Fenetic Cullingworth review

 

£1,499.00

 

Score of 80 percent on the view retailer test

The conclusion is that this is one of the greatest riser recliner chairs that we’ve examined.

To put it more succinctly, this is one of the best riser recliner chairs we have ever seen, and it tied for first place in our rankings. Because it is comfortable, simple to operate, and provides additional lumbar support, we confidently recommend you purchase it.

Pros
a phone that’s simple to use
Lumbar cushion designed to provide supplemental support Comfortable
Quick to make adjustments

Cons

Nothing too serious, however it does not have a protection mechanism against being crushed.

Evaluation of Pride Mobility in Dorchester

£1,195.00Typical pricing
Test score 80 percent

One of the two riser recliners that received the highest possible score.

Although we may have evaluated this chair a few years ago, it continues to be tied for first place in our scoring of chairs. It is easy to operate, provides comfort, and has a mechanism that operates smoothly. It should come as no surprise that it’s a Which? Best Buy.

Pros
Extremely relaxing and cosy
buttons on the device that are simple to understand
When in a reclined position, both the feet and legs continue to receive adequate support. Back
Mechanism that is both smooth and quick to rise
Cons
Padding in the lateral cushion cannot be adjusted.

The handheld device pocket is difficult to evaluate using the Fenetic Atlas

1,199.99 GBP View merchant Score of 75% on the Test

The judgement is in: this riser recliner is fantastic

The Fenetic Atlas is an excellent choice for a riser/recliner combination. In addition to being cosy and simple to operate, it provides lumbar and neck support that can be adjusted to achieve the ideal sitting posture. In spite of the fact that its backup battery is subpar, the Atlas remains an excellent purchase for the money due to its many positive attributes.

Pros

Comfortable
Especially when lying in a supine position
Handset is very simple to use Adjustable lumbar and neck support Useful additional features that are not typically found on other riser recliner chairs
Cons
An inadequate backup battery
The storage pocket is difficult to access and use.

An analysis of Royams Donna Duo

 

£1,300.00

 

Typical price
Test score 74 percent

Comparative verdict: Extremely relaxing and soothing

This chair, despite its age, operates in a way that is both smooth and quick, while also managing to retain its pleasant and user-friendly design. Because it has two redundant battery systems, even if the power goes out, you won’t be left in the dark. Due to these factors, purchasing this chair is a no-brainer.

Pros
Dual redundant systems for the batteries
Quick changes between positions and positions Cons
No protection against crushing
Not appropriate for taller persons

Celebrity Woburn review

£1,200.00Typical pricing
Test score 74 percent

The verdict is in, and it’s excellent, especially considering how cheap it is.

Even though this is an older model, it is still considered to be among the very best since it performs very well in the categories that are considered to be the most important: simplicity of use, comfort, and safety. Although it is lacking several features that may be found on more recent versions, very few chairs perform the fundamental tasks as well as this one, which is why  still recommends it as a Best Buy.

Pros

Excellent controls
You’ll have an incredible sense of safety and contentment

Cons
a backup battery that is not reliable
Absence of any anti-crush characteristics

Sherborne Albany’s review does not contain a loop for the handset cable to be fed through.

£845.00Typical pricing
Test score 73 percent

The conclusion is that this riser recliner is quite comfortable.

This is an excellent chair that provides a sense of comfort, security, and padding all over its surface. We appreciated that it came with crush prevention built in, since this added an extra layer of protection to the product. However, there is a slight lag when pressing the buttons before the chair begins to move, despite the fact that the handset itself is fairly decent.

Pros

Comfortable
Unbroken flow of motion
Stable
handset that is illuminated and has a hook
Mechanism to prevent crushing
Cons
The buttons have a sluggish response time.
When going from a reclined to sat position, the buttocks of the chair are compressed, and the mechanism is slow when using the backup battery.

HSL Burrows review

 

£1,896.00

 

Typical price
Test score 73 percent

In contrast, the assessment is as follows: a fantastic riser recliner with helpful additional features

Because it is such a high-quality riser recliner chair, we are happy to suggest it as a Best Buy product. The user panel considered it to be very comfortable, and they appreciated the additional features, such as the heating and the ability to recall their preferred position.

Pros
Excellent secondary battery that can be recharged
A wide range of adjusting options for maximum ease of use
Handset that is easy to use
Buttons for memory and heat are two helpful additional functions.

Cons
Nothing too serious, but getting to a standing position is quite a slow process.

HSL Aysgarth review

£2,040.00

Typical price
Test score 72 percent

Compare  verdict: An wonderful riser recliner chair

Although it is more expensive than some of the other seats that we have tried, this riser recliner chair is well worth the investment. Because it is easy to use, comfy, and supportive, we recommend that you get it from Best Buy.

Pros

Comfortable
Gains a respectable amount of altitude
Contains a button to reset it.
The handset is simple to operate.
Cons
It’s possible that the chair wings will be uncomfortable when you recline.
The emergency battery is of poor quality and is unreliable.

Sherborne Lynton review

£938.00Typical pricing
Test score 71 percent

The verdict is comparable: dependable and simple to use

Even though we put this chair through its paces in 2014, it continues to surpass many of its rivals in a variety of categories. Its backup battery performs exceptionally well and exceeds all expectations. Additionally, it is pleasant to use and simple to operate.

Pros A high-quality battery for emergency use
You’ll feel safe as you move
Comfortable

Cons
There aren’t any major problems, but the controls that are in the pockets need you to bend over.
Absence of any anti-crush characteristics

Fenetic Westminster review

Score of 71 percent on the test, which costs £999.99View store

The verdict is favourable: support for both the neck and the back

This riser recliner chair received high marks for how quickly it could be operated, how easily it could be adjusted, how user-friendly it was, and how comfortable it was. Even though it has certain flaws, it still manages to score higher than the vast majority of the other chairs that we examined.

Pros

The benefits of being comfortable and supporting
The Speedy Handset is simple to operate.
It rises to a convenient height, which makes getting in and out of it a breeze.
Cons
When the chair is adjusted to a reclining position, a sizeable void is created in it.
Poor quality of the backup battery

Sherborne Roma review

£1,075.00Typical pricing
Test score 71 percent

The verdict is comparable: quite comfortable, with excellent lumbar support

The Sherborne Roma is an extremely supportive chair that offers a high level of comfort. Everything else about the chair is fantastic, but the backup battery is not one of its strong points. The Sherborne Roma is a riser recliner that is available from Best Buy.

Pros
Adjustable and great lumbar support
Extremely relaxing in any and all positions
Handset that is intuitive to use and has buttons that are lighted. Avoiding crushing losses Pros
a backup battery that is not reliable
Electric Mobility

Medina Cosi review

£1,000.00

Typical price
Test score 70 percent

The consensus is that it is dependable and offers good value for the money.

You can depend on the Medina Cosi to transport you to each of its positions in a secure manner, despite the fact that it may not have as many features as other carriers. It has controls that are difficult to understand, but on the bright side, they feature an illuminated panel that can be used even in low light and a “on” button that automatically turns off after a few minutes in order to conserve power. Additionally, the battery that serves as a backup is of reassuringly high quality.

Pros
To fully recline, this chair doesn’t need a lot of room.
The indicators for the controls are lit up.
Cons
No reset button
There is not an anti-crush function.

Evaluation of Camelot’s Matrix Tilt-In-Space

£1,799.00

Typical price
Test score 69 percent

An excellent combination of a riser and a recliner chair.

This was the only chair that we examined recently that had a tilt-in-space mechanism, yet it proved to be an impressive chair, coming so close to being a Best Buy that it fell just short by 2 percent.

Pros

Comfortable
Easily accessible both inside and outside.
Users had a sense of safety even when the chair was moving.

Cons
handset that causes confusion
a backup battery that is not reliable
Rise & Recline

Review of the Royal Tilt in Space

£1,678.00Typical pricing
Test score 68 percent

Compare  verdict: Good, but not nearly excellent

In general, this riser recliner chair is of high quality. Nevertheless, it is not quite on par with our Best Buys in terms of quality.

Pros
In general, reassuring in comfort and safety
A wonderful application of tilt in space.
a phone that’s simple to use
Cons
The Sherborne Nevada review found that the adjustment from fully reclined to standing position was somewhat slow.

£1,040.00

Typical price
Test score 68 percent

Compare  verdict: A decent riser recliner

Sherborne Nevada is an excellent choice for a riser/recliner. It does well in almost all of our testing, but there are a few issues with how comfortable it is and how easy it is to use, which prevents it from receiving our Best Buy recommendation.

Pros

The majority of people report that it is comfortable.
The buttons on the handset are large and simple to operate.
The reset button is a practical function.
Cons
Users who are taller may discover that it is uncomfortable; if so, consider purchasing the following size up.
The backrest of the chair can be entirely reclined, and the chair may be raised to standing position.
An inadequate backup battery

Primacare Brecon dual review

 

£1,248.00Typical pricing
Test score 67 percent

Comparative analysis reveals favourable cost-benefit ratio

This chair is steady and dependable, and while it may move a little more slowly than other chairs, it has an excellent backup battery and is quite comfy.

The spare battery is of excellent quality.
Comfortable

Cons
Moves at a crawl

Review of the Celebrity Westbury Standard indicates that the length of the cord to the mains is not very long.

£1,380.00Typical pricing
Test score 67 percent

The winner is a chair that is both comfortable and simple to operate.

This chair is really comfy, and the handset is straightforward to use thanks to the presence of diagrammatic buttons. The back of the armrests are not very comfortable while the chair is in the reclined position, and the battery that serves as a backup isn’t very excellent, but other than those two flaws, the chair is pretty good.

Pros
A relaxing place to sit
Buttons that are simple to use and intuitive
Maintains a steady sensation even when changing postures.
Cons
When reclining, the armrests expose sharp edges and corners.
When reclining, there is a space of 5.2 centimetres between the back rest and the seat.

An examination of Drive DeVilbiss’s Memphis

£1,000.00

 

Typical price
Test score 66 percent

The conclusion is that this riser recliner is both solid and comfortable.

This riser recliner will feel comfortable to you if you like the support of a chair that is more upright. When the chair is fully reclined, you will be in for an extra comfortable experience thanks to all the padding. However, the control panel could be more intuitive, and the standing position is unsatisfactory because it stops at an inappropriately low height.

Pros

Seating that is more firm
Very relaxing position when reclining

Cons
There is no loop for the cable to feed though, and there are no anti-crush measures.
Instructions that aren’t really crystal clear
Slow-moving

Fenetic Hartington review

1,499.99 GBP View store Score of 66 percent on the test

Compare  verdict: Fast and comfortable riser recliner.

The Fenetic Wellbeing Hartington is a really decent riser recliner, it’s a comfy chair, with particularly outstanding lumbar support. The motors are fast and smooth, allowing you to get in and out of the chair swiftly and securely. Only a small handful of niggles prohibit it from earning Best Buy rank.

Pros

Comfortable especially in reclining posture
Fast and smooth movement
Lumbar support and headrest placements can be changed
Easy-to-use handset with excellent features.
Cons
Side pocket is too low and tight to easily use
Unreliable back-up battery
Getting out of chair less easy for little users

HSL Ripley review

£1,680.00

Typical price
Test score 63 percent

 

Compare verdict: Extremely comfy and supportive, with a few niggles.

The HSL Ripley is a nice riser recliner. It’s exceptionally comfy, receiving five stars in our tests. A poor back-up battery, and sometimes jerky action at the start of movement, merely stop it from becoming a Best Buy.

Pros
Extremely comfy in all positions
Lumbar support Easy-to-use handset\sReset button to restore to upright sitting is useful

Cons

Unreliable back-up battery
Not the simplest chair to get in and out of Movement a touch jerky at the start of motion