This is an ultra-plush hydraulic aesthetician bed with a
hydraulic pump for effortless lifting and lowering. The bed also sports a sleek
fiberglass base. Its unique design allows you to turn the bed around completely
so you can have the most flexibility and freedom of movement while working with
*The unit comes pre-assembled with
the base already completely attached (different from previous models)
*Full 360° rotation only when the chair is raised to the highest
hydraulic lift pump
- Snazzy fiberglass hydraulic
- Manually adjustable backrest
and leg rest
- Removable armrests and pillow
- Facial hole for when clients
are face down
- Rotates 360° (Only when the
chair is raised to the highest setting)
- Towel holder on the back of the
- Includes a FREE beauty stool
pump has a 1.58" shaft diameter with a 7.7" stroke
adjustment from 23 to 31
rest adjustment from 0° flat to 90° upward incline
- Leg rest
adjustment from 0° flat to 45° downward decline
in horizontal direction and locks in location with foot lever
position: 72 x 24 x 23 (L x W x H)
- Arm rest
base: 36 x 23 (L x W)
* Default position: Bed completely flat, lowest height, w/o arms
* All heights measured from ground to top of seat cushion
44 x 25 x 23 (L x W x H)
weight: 160 lbs.
- 2-year warranty
- 1-year warranty
on hydraulic components
- 1-year warranty
When operating a hydraulic
or electric rotating facial bed or treatment table, it is the operators
responsibility to ensure the safety of their clients during a treatment.
Be sure bed is on a level, non-slippery surface.
Be sure to adjust self-leveling feet.
Always orient the bed in-line or parallel with the base for treatment purposes.
When rotating the bed, it is recommended that there be no client on the bed at
If there is a client on the bed during rotation, the client must be seated in
the upright sitting position.
When rotating the bed, if there is a client in the bed, the bed MUST be held
from underneath at the head of the bed by the operator as it is in rotation.
Sitting on either the head or the foot of the bed is strictly forbidden,
regardless of the position of the bed.
Hydraulic or electric rotating facial beds or treatment tables are not designed
for massage. Excess downward pressure can cause instability.
Aligning the bed perpendicular to the base or using the bed on a slippery
surface may cause the bed to become unstable. Injury to patron may occur.