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Bravo Eye Examination Chair

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For years, practitioners have asked for a simple-featured low cost eye examination chair for everyday primary patient care. The Bravo chair from Marco embraces this basic concept in a contemporary design that complements our established family of classical eye exam chairs and instrument stands. By eliminating the reclining mechanism and protruding “elbow” headrest, this low cost eye examination chair can be comfortably positioned against the wall, maximizing the refraction distance in small exam rooms. Convenient, pop-on cushions feature a high, curved cushion back that provides a comfortable patient headrest position for eye drops or indirect exams. 

 

 

  • Simple-featured low cost exam chair for everyday patient care
  • Up/down operations controlled by corded foot switch or numerous locations on instrument stand
  • High, curved cushion back provides a comfortable patient headrest position for eye drops or indirect exams
  • 12-inch elevation range easily accommodates all
  • Modern, high-quality electronic lift mechanism ensures reliable, long-term elevation control
  • No recline function allows user to maximize refraction distance in small exam rooms 
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  • Simple-featured/lower-cost exam chair designed for everyday primary patient care.
  • Up/down operations are controlled by corded foot pedal or from numerous locations on instrument stand.
  • High, curved cushion back provides a comfortable patient headrest position for eye drops or indirect exams.
  • Modern, high-quality electronic lift mechanism ensures reliable, long-term elevation control.
  • Increased 15.75 inches of elevation range easily accommodates all patients and practitioners.
  • No recline function allows user to maximize refraction distance in small exam rooms.
  • Solid, one-piece steel frame accommodates easy pop-on cushions.
  • Scuff-resistant, high-impact covers on arm rests and chair base.
  • Standard Marco ten-step, hand-finished painting process.
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I saw a Marco chair model at another practice and I compared the tilt back and electronic versions. For the price and functionality, the tilt back worked better for me. In eight years only one has broken.

Kevin Kelly, MD
Wellington, FL