TOPSKY High Back Racing Style PU Leather Computer Gaming Office Chair (Navy&White) Ergonomic Reclining Design with Lumbar Cushion Footrest and Headrest …
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- TOPSKY C4C-1（Chair For Comfy Series）: 1 year warranty and suitable for home office use. *Some products have no cards, you can use your order No. to contact us.
- 90-175° recline& footrest: Pull up the lever on the back, you can recline the back between 90° and 175°. When push down the lever, you can lock at the position. The footrest can be pulled outwards to relax your legs on or fully withdrawn for work, gaming or study.
- Headrest& lumbar cushion: Bigger headrest& Ergonomic design lumbar cushion. You can move lumbar cushion to meet your needs.
- Adjustable armrest: Push the button on armrest, you can adjust it on a suitable height, And it will move with the back.
- Strong Base &Thicker seat: Recommended Weight 225 Lbs, Maximum capacity:300Lbs ※ Best for people under the height of 5'10"
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TOPSKY is a young and growing brand. We mainly provide comfortable, practical, personalized office/home products and performance products we aim for superior quality anyone can love. From professionals to enthusiasts, our goal is to meet the needs of every single person. All over the globe.
C4C-1 Gaming Chair
Ergonomic Racing Design
90-175° recline& Lock on any position
Slide out footrest for relax
Armrest, chair Height adjustable
Meets or exceeds all BIFMA standards
Material Type: PP + Pu leather + Electroplate Feet + Nylon Wheel
Dimensions (W x D x H): 26.2 x 25.2 x 44.9-48.6inches (66.5 x 64 x 114-123.5 cm)
Seat: (W x D x H) 22.1 x 20.5 x17.9-21.8 inches (56 x 53cm x 45.5 -55.5cm)
Base Diameter: 26.8 inches (68m)
Armrest height: 7.9-8.7 inches (20-22 cm)
Item weight: 44.1 Lbs. (20 kg)
Original desgin and top-notch quality. It's time to relax yourself!
You need more time to enjoy life,
You deserve a high quality living style,
You just need a decent chair like this one,
which have all funtion you love.
Ergonomic design lumbar cushion
Large and soft headrest
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Fairly easy to assemble.
Leather upholstery looks/feels very nice and is done well.
The chair's contours fits me perfectly, I'm 5'9".
Has a foot rest that you can slide under the seat so you won't notice it when not using it.
The chair reclines really far back and you can lay down in the chair.
The arms of the chair wiggle a lot and do not feel sturdy enough for me to use them to put weight on them to adjust myself in the chair or to get off of the chair.
The back of the seat is slightly tilted to the left. I can't feel it while sitting in it, but I can notice it when looking at the chair.
The padding on the seat leaves much to be desired, had to use the seat cushion from my old chair to make this one comfortable.
The head rest is slightly annoying. When the back is in the upright position the headrest is uncomfortable as it sticks out too far. When the back is slightly reclined or fully reclined the head rest is very comfortable.
I really want to give this chair four or five stars. If the seller and/or manufacturer had dotted a couple i's and crossed some t's this would be a five star review. The chair looks great and, more importantly, is very comfortable to sit in. It suits my needs really well and frankly I am very happy to have it. But there were/are some problems.
The little stuff:
The chair didn't come with any instructions. Fine - it was easy enough to put together, but it would have saved me some second guessing.
Also, the hardware was poorly packaged. The plastic bubble that held the screws for the arms was ripped open and the screws were rolling around the inside of the box. Thankfully the chair parts were well wrapped up and nothing was scratched or damaged by loose screws. These are small complaints and not even worth taking off a star. The real issue(s) have to do with the chair's arms.
The arms are the biggest, and really the only major problem with the chair itself. They never feel fully secure no matter what you do. They are held in by just two screws - one in the seat and one in the back - so there's not much you can do to make them so tight they won't wobble a bit. It makes me feel like I have to baby the arms to preserve the chair. The screws that ship with the chair were the source of many headaches for me. I don't know the name for this stuff, but the tips of them are coated with a blue plastic material that behaves very much like plumber's tape, ostensibly helping to make a tighter fit for the screw. The problem is that they are inconsistent and some of them are so thickly coated in that blue crap that they make it almost impossible to tighten the arms as much as needed. It took me a full day to figure out that this is why it was extremely wobbly despite the screws being so tight they felt like they were on the brink of being stripped. Accordingly, I spent a frustrating amount of time screwing around with the allen wrench, trying to calculate how much force I could apply to the screw without stripping the threads or mangling the head of the screw so bad I couldn't extract it if I had to. When I finally figured out what the problem was I went out and bought replacement screws, and the arms feel much better (but still with more wiggle than I'd like). I suspect if Topsky had spent a few cents per chair on better screws they could have saved themselves a handful of bad reviews from people without the patience to diagnose that a seemingly major problem (loose arms) was caused by something as minor as bad screws.
I expected the foot rest to feel a tad flimsy, but it's actually sturdier than I thought it would be. I won't be surprised if it's the first thing to evetually break, but it's very comfortable and will probably last a while as long as I'm not careless about putting too much weight on it.
Overall I do recommend this chair. It's nice when you first sit in it, but the real value is that I can spend several hours working in it and feel no discomfort at all. No aches in my back or legs. No fatigue from holding myself up in an awkward position over my mouse and keyboard. None of that.
Everything else: The chair is pretty comfortable. The lumbar cushion is merely a gimmick. I don’t see how anyone could comfortably use it. I tried, thinking I would give it a shot. I recommend throwing it with the rest of your old PC stuff you never touch but can’t part with. It would be nice if the headrest were adjustable, but it is pretty comfortable where it is at for me. For reference I am 5’ 11” @ 190lbs. With that being said, I fit in the chair pretty well even when reclined. I feel like I’m going to tip over sometimes when fully reclined but I have yet to do so. The footrest feels a little flimsy and I’m afraid to put too much weight on it, but it works well so far. The material seems nice enough to last a while asine from a little possible stretching in the seat from my rear end. Stitching is decent and should last ok. The other small issue with the armrests is that the cushion is kind of just sitting on top of the plastics with not much support or rigidity so I assume in time it will flatten or fold to the outside.
All in all, I think this is a good gaming chair. I paid ~$180 for the chair shipped and after using it for a while I believe it to be a little overpriced. With the armrests especially, if I hadn’t found a solution I would have definitely returned the chair. I would say this chair would be a good buy for ~$140 considering you will have to spend another ~$10 to fix what should have been addressed by the manufacturer.
Now for why most of you are reading this: The solution I found comes from any hardware store with a selection of metric bolts and screws. I used 4 of these M8-1.25 x 60 machine screws and 12 washers of varying size. I got large washers for better support and I recommend getting 4 smaller washers for each screw so that the screw won’t just go straight through the hole of the bigger washers. On the bottom holes of each side put 3 big washers on the inside of the armrest, then one big washer followed by one small washer and then put the screw in. For the top holes I only needed washers on the outside of the armrest. One large washer and one small washer and then the screw. And tighten ‘er up. She should be solid AF now. I am going to go back and paint them and put thread lock on the screws now that I know this solution works.
Hope this helps any potential buyers and more importantly anybody that already bought the chair and is tired of the arms wiggling!