Posts Tagged ‘Gaming Chair’
What’s in the Box? E-Win allowed me to pick my poison and I decided to test out the pricier end of the spectrum. The E-Win Flash XL struck me as the pinnacle of what the company had to offer. Is it everything I ever wanted? Is it too much? Is it necessary? Stop asking so many questions.
E-Win made a surprisingly great gaming chair with the Champion. Not only does it have features like 4D armrests, but it is one of the best chairs to sit in on the comfort level as well. What really makes it stand out is in being one of the most affordable chairs in it's bracket.
E-Win offers a decent amount of features for the Hero Series HRD gaming chair. The overall comfort is pretty good, but there are some minor details that hold the chair back. The biggest issue is that the price is prohibitive, making other chairs a bit more attractive.
Gaming chairs with the racing style are pretty common, but competition is heating up with brands bringing more affordable options. Ewin just expanded their lineup, and which can work out well if they have quality, comfortable chairs.
Every gamer needs a good gaming chair, but most chairs are way too expensive. OPSeat is changing the market with the Master Series. The tall back and straight sitting position is much better for ergonomics. It may not be the most comfortable chair, but it's well worth the price.
I was never a true believer in gaming chairs. Then I sat in one during CES that made every muscle in body breathe of sigh of pure ecstasy. Picking up a good gaming chair seems like an easy task, but after seeing several $300+ price tags, I began to realize that while I probably SHOULD pick up a chair that would benefit my general physical well-being, I could also choose to buy a GTX 1070 instead. Thankfully, I stumbled across a new company looking to help fill the gap between cheap throwaways and premium price tags with OPSEAT. OPSEAT might be a new name for you and it’s no surprise considering they look like they were founded in 2015. Looking through their website, they aren’t making any outstanding claim to fame, but rather telling prospective buyers about the build quality and normal features of the chair. While the Amazon review count is still fairly small, the ratings are very favorable and it seems most, if not all customers are very happy with the product. The big reason to bring it up is the $220 price tag. That’s a good price for a chair that seems to be checking the comfort box well. I’ve heard of some coupon codes that dropped that to an even $200. At that price, it’s hard to argue with what’s happening here. OPSEAT may not have a unique feature that separates it from every other gaming chair out there, but they seem to have a really good balance of cost and quality. Some of the main feature trades I noticed were a shorter w...