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So I actually recently bought this chair,
For the price it's actually pretty fair it is a little squeaky and the pillow wasn't like the perfect shape it had a corner messed up, but sitting in it for roughly 30hrs so far has been great! Feel like I got a good value
Seems to be where they screw in. I've tightened them a couple times and it helped, but they were never 100% sturdy like I'd like them to be. I don't put a very much weight on them, I use the seat itself to resituate myself. It's not really a dealbreaker for me though, they still do their job. Overall I'm happy with the chair.
This is the one I got
Nah, this isn't one of those DX "We give everyone on twitch one so we can charge hundreds of dollars for a sub par chair" Racer chairs.
Here is the link
I love it!!! The only turn off for me is that you have tj tighten the arms ever 3ish months or they'll fall of or break, but if you just do it when they get wobbly you'll be fine. The other problem I had was that it came in different parts and you had to assemble it and mine did not come with instructions and thanks to the super generic name, I couldn't find any online and I just winged it and I build it fine. It's pretty self explanatory to assemble but takes a little thinking. Other that the tightening of the arms every once in a while and the missing instructions, it's a great chair.The material is quality fake leather and it's pretty cushy, idk if it's as good as a drxracer but it's very nice for the price and I really like the extendable footrest and the ability to put the chair way back, lay back on it and put your feet out on the rest. I would totally recommend it for the price of 99.00 USD + shipping (not amazon prime)
here's the link: New Gaming Chair High-back Computer Chair Ergonomic Design Racing Chair [link]
Yes they are very comfortable you should go to a micro center if there's any near you to test them out but here's the chair
> But what is supporting your legs at that point?
Some have a prop out recliner for your legs. Or could just put your legs on your desk like I did.
With a quick glance this seems to be the same for cheaper