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The Kaye Kinder Chairs are positioning chairs designed for use by children with neurological or severe physical disabilities. These wooden chairs are designed for children between one and seven years of age up to 48 inches tall. Model K1 is a low chair designed to fit under preschool tables between 17 and 25 inches tall. Model K2 has long legs and is intended for use at standard 30-inch tables. Model K2 is suitable for children who have outgrown conventional highchairs, but still require that degree of support. Both chairs feature a firm vinyl-covered seat and back, a padded vinyl-covered abductor, seat belt, adjustabe back angle, adjustable seat depth, adjustable footrest height, and adjustable leg length. Model K1 also includes a wooden tray. OPTIONS: Caster base, footrest extension, pelvic-femoral stabilizer with knee pad, and a tray for model K2. DIMENSIONS: The seat depth adjusts from 7 to 12 inches, the seat width is 11 inches, and the back can be reclined 10 degrees from the seat. The footrest adjusts from 3 to 10.5 inches from the seat. The arm height from the seat is 5.25 inches from the seat. The back height is 13 inches from the seat. The legs on model K1 adjust from 14.5 to 22 inches from the floor to the top of the armrest. The legs on model K2 adjust from 26 to 28.5 inches from the floor to the top of the armrests. The tray is 19.75 inches deep x 25 inches wide with a 19.75 x 11 inch torso cutout. The distance from the front of the cutout to the back cushion is adjustable in one-inch increments from 5 to 10 inches.
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