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Flimsy gaming chair
Reviewed in the United States 🇺🇸 on September 7, 2022
These gaming chairs come in at a low price point for the features they have, but this really is a situation of "you get what you pay for".
The texture of the material has a leather look and feel. It may actually be a thin leather, so that's a perk. It comes with a foot stand that is reasonably comfortable, but not very strong. It comes with a "vibrating" lumbar support pillow that you can plug into a USB port. I use the pillow, but not the "vibrating" feature as that seems kind of silly and the USB cable which powers it is fairly short. I'm not sure how a person is supposed to really use it without putting strain on the power cable and I doubt it's going to be that impressive anyway.
The armrests are not adjustable. Once they are installed, they are locked into place and the attachment points seem very flimsy. It's possible to sit in the chair and push them out to the sides with very little force. I feel that they will snap at some point. The height adjustment works well enough. I'm really disappointed in the tilt adjustment for the back of the chair. The attachment point is again, flimsy. The metal post for the back of the chair slides into a plastic bracket without much support. When tilted back and locked into place, the back of the chair flops back and forth by a few inches, which doesn't provide a very stable gaming experience. Since I do own higher quality gaming chairs, I can safely say that this is not a normal, or anticipated experience.
The padding in the seat is nearly non-existant. I had to add a pillow after sitting in the chair for less than an hour.
Basically, if you want something to use occassionally and don't have much to spend, this could be a reasonable choice. If you're looking for a bargain on a gaming chair? Spend a little more and get something better.