The Stamina exam chair and instrument standmeets the needs of the eye care professional who demands the very best in comfort, style, functionality and durability. The footprint is small, yet offers a generous seat width to comfortably accommodate your patients. Armrests can be rotated upward for ease of access. The patient can be tilted backward and raised effortlessly. A large, positive locking headrest supports the patient when tilted. The industrial strength, Swiss designed linear actuator quietly and efficiently raises and lowers the chair, requiring no maintenance and presenting no risk of fluid leaks.
Stamina exam chair features
- Tilt range up to 45 degrees
- Smooth and easy tilt operation
- Full 360 degree rotation
- Large positive locking head rest
- Maintenance free linear actuator lift system
- Chair elevation control with the footswitch, from the stand console, or from the lower instrument arm.
- Durable, stainless steel kick plate
- Upholstered arms that rotate upward
- Durable, easy-to-clean upholstery
Stamina instrument stand features
- Strong, slim and stylish. Durable construction outlasts the competition while contemporary styling complements your exam room. The slim profile and small footprint allows easy access to your patients and instruments without compromising floor space.
- Logical control panel. Buttons are located in close proximity to each other for easy access to the main on/off power switch, chair elevation and control, lower instrument arm, overhead lamp, projector and accessory instruments.
- Convenience for accessories. Three rechargeable instrument wells with charge indicators. Corded (BIO) instrument power and voltage selector. Three additional accessory outlets allow for consolidation of power cables.
- Functionality at its finest. The Phoroptor arm comes fully counterbalanced for a Reichert Ultramatic RX Phoroptor and the lower instrument arm is counterbalanced for the Reichert Xcel 255 Slit Lamp. The built-in counterbalance adjustment mechanisms can be easily accessed in each arm. The height range on the lower arm accommodates wheelchairs and standard patient access.