COUGAR Argo The Combination of Gaming and Ergonomics with a Premium Aluminum Frame and Highly Breathable Mesh Cushion (Black)
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|Product Dimensions||20.07 x 20.07 x 40.95 inches; 65.04 Pounds|
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- ARGO The Evolution of a Gaming Chair Revolution
- The combination of gaming and ergonomics
- Stay Cool
- Fully Adjustable
- Dynamic lumbar Support Design
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ARGO The Evolution of a Gaming Chair Revolution
The Combination of Gaming and Ergonimics
The build-up of heat and humidity from the body can be a sticky dilemma. Argo’s highly breathable mesh design allows air, body heat and water vapor to pass through the seat and backrest to keep you fresh, cool and dry. Experience the most comfortable and weightless seat during a long-term gaming session.
Easily adjust the height, tilt, and seat sliding depth using the trigger shift wire control system. Argo’s headrest and armrests are also adjustable so you can easily find your most comfortable and preferred posture.
Breathable PVC leather
Trigger shift wire control system
large 3” caster wheels for enhanced stability
5-star aluminum alloy base
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The bad: Shipping went awry. It arrived quickly, but the box was very beat up and some parts were damaged. That said, the seller was responsive and able to ship replacements for the damaged parts, so that worked out okay.
After about 2 weeks of use, the chair started squeaking like crazy. I thought it may be my assembly, but after taking things apart one thing at a time, it seemed the source was that the spring was not well lubricated. A couple hours of disassembling, troubleshooting, applying lubricant, and reassembling, the issue is fixed, but for a brand new chair in this price range, that was a bit of a bummer.
The Good: So - those solvable problems aside, I now have a chair that I’m happy with. The lumbar support is great, and the adjustability means I’ve got a chair that I’m comfy using for work for most of the day, and for playing some games in the evening. I also like the mesh seat and back rest, which keep cool. The big casters roll well on our low-pile carpet. The materials in the base feel solid, and the headrest / backrest are a nice soft textured material.
It could be the problems I had were a fluke, but I’d say even if you had my exact experience, if you are willing to be a little patient and put in some work on setup, you’ll eventually have a very nice chair. If it weren’t for those challenges, I’d be at a 5.
I did a lot of research before making this purchase. In the end I wish I had heeded the warnings about mesh seats being as hard as wood. It was slightly cheaper than it’s closest competitors however the $100+ delivery put it at the same price point. The assembly was easy enough and the components are strong (heavy). The headrest pivots at a point making it project outward at my height which is not ideal or ergonomic. I’m not a big fan of the sliding seat and would prefer a seat that tilted with the back. After a week of sitting and leaning back for online lectures my posterior started to numb from the hard mesh seat. I would prefer if the seat leaned with the back and dropped down so my feet remained on the floor. I can see the advantages of a mesh back but think a mesh seat is just a cheaper option for companies that are trying to make the manufacture of these chairs cheaper while maintaining the same price point.