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Cintique Mendip Tilt-in-space review

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The Cintique Mendip Tilt-in-space riser recliner chair will allow you to glide between rise, sit and recline positions without pinching your skin. This riser recliner chair has a neat, modern shape and moves swiftly between positions. But how well did it fare in our tests? Find out with our expert review.
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We have tested 21 riser recliner chairs and found that there are 0 Don't Buys and 6 Best Buys.
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  3. 74%
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