Camelot Matrix Tilt-In-Space review
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We sent a tilt-in-space version of the Camelot Matrix riser recliner dual-motor chair to be tested at our lab. 'Tilt-in-space' means that when you recline the chair, the whole chair tips backwards, rather than the back separating from the seat, which can create a gap. But did this make for a comfortable riser recliner chair for our panel of users? Read the full review to find out.What's included:
- Pros and cons
- What is it?
- What's it great at?
- Is there anything I should watch out for?
- Is there anything else I should know?
- Should I buy it?
First reviewed by Which?
- Upright width89cm
- Upright depth82cm
- Reclined width172cm
- Reclined depth82cm
- Weight capacity160kg
- Additional infoWe introduced new riser recliner chair tests in March 2018. This riser recliner chair has been tested to the new test program. Results for chairs tested before 2018 are not directly comparable.
- 40%Lowest score
- 64%Average score
- 80%Highest score
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How to use a riser recliner chair
Make sure you're comfortable using your riser recliner chair by following our guidance on how to sit and stand in your chair, and how to care and maintain it.
How we test riser recliner chairs
We go further than anyone else when testing riser recliner chairs, including recruiting a group of over 60s to sit in the chairs and try them out. Read on to discover what it takes for a riser recliner to become a Best Buy.