Golden Technologies' exciting innovation in Comfort and Motion, the MaxiComfort Cloud with Twilight. Cradle your body in weightless comfort as you experience how the three motor Twilight design shifts your body effortlessly into a weight-neutral state of relaxation.
Discover Weightlessness in the MaxiComfort Cloud with Twilight,positioning. Our patented, 3-motor technology offers an array of and ease the mind. Achieve extreme Zero-gravity and TV positions while enjoying the world’s finest rejuvenating seating experience!
What Makes This Different
The Maxicomfort Cloud with Twilight includes Golden’s patented MaxiComfort system and adds a third dimension to the recline motion. The chair base itself, including the armrests, tilts up and back, allowing the chair to cradle you in comfort like never before. Built on the ultra-comfortable Cloud PR-510 design, the Twilight PR-514 lets you achieve extreme zero gravity and TV watching positions for a truly rejuvenating experience.
Why We Like it
This chair comes complete with all the comfort features you love on the Cloud PR-510. Like a full chaise pad, contoured seat and superbly soft armrests and back cushioning. The unique Twilight hand control glides you gently to a true zero gravity sensation.
We know products at Dauterman Healthcare & Mobility are essential for your health, safety and quality of life. We are here and ready to do whatever it takes to get you what you need.
We have implemented a business continuity plan surrounding social distancing to help keep our customers and employees safe. Part of the plan sets up limited exposure work areas within our facility. We are keeping our customer entrance doors locked while remaining open for business and will allow customers in on a selected basis. We are continuing to take, fulfill and ship orders.
Please note that all customers will be required to wear a facemask and gloves if you wish to enter our showroom.
Gloves will be provided but please bring your facemask.
250 Ward Avenue Suite 100
Honolulu, HI 96814
Note: We will be closed Saturday, September 7, 2020, in observance of Labor Day.