Standard Chair Raiser (MF 1/1)

Standard Chair Raiser - On Square Lounge Chair ViewStandard Chair Raiser - Adjusting Base ViewStandard Chair Raiser - Adjusting Base on Ground View

Which chair does this raiser suit?

The Multifit Standard Chair Raiser is designed to suit most square shaped lounge chairs similar to the one pictured.


Easy to fit.

Simply extend the raiser in width and length to suit the leg spacing on the base of your chair. Place the chair on top of the raiser. Adjust the raiser so that it fits closely up to the legs of your chair. Tighten the four clamping wing nuts on each side of the raiser. Test for safety and stability before use.


Chair Raiser Options.

 The standard chair raiser is available in three options

1: MF 1/0 MINI chair raiser for small based chair raisers

385mm x 435mm  up to 500mm x 645mm dimensions

2: MF 1/1 Standard chair raiser for most chair raisers

528mm x 483mm  up to 873mm x 816mm dimensions

3: MF 1/2 Extra large chair raiser for large based chair raisers

680mm x 628mm up to 1020mm x 956mm dimensions


These options have been developed to fit under the large variety of chair and couch chairs available on the market today.


To Open raisers to the larger measurements you will need to remove the wing nut and bolt and re-fit them to the second hole in tin arm, making sure the bolt is into the groove of the timber arm. See video below


All options are available in 50mm 75mm 100mm and 150mm heights


Clear selection

Max user weight

380 kg

Standard heights

50, 75, 100 & 150 mm

Lip around edge raiser

20 mm high

Foot pad width

135 mm wide

Chair raiser weight

6 kg

Timber finish

Rimu stain & clear lacquer


Pine & colour coated steel



Width (mm)

Length (mm)


MF 1/1

483 – 816

528 – 873

Extra Large

MF 1/2

628 – 956

680 – 1020


MF 1/0

385 – 500

435 – 645

MULTIFIT STANDARD CHAIR RAISER – Product Specification (View)

Brochure / Fitting-Instruction STANDARD CHAIR RAISER 180720(View)


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