|Brand Name||DX Racer|
|Item Weight||66 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||24 x 27 x 51 inches|
|Item model number||DOH/CE120/NC|
|Material Type||Leather Style Vinyl, Metal|
|Manufacturer Part Number||DOH/CE120/NC|
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DXRacer Classic Series DOH/CE120/NC Big and Tall Chair Racing Bucket Seat Office Chairs Comfortable Chair Ergonomic Computer Chair DX Racer Desk chair (Black/Coffee)
|Price:||$399.00 & FREE Shipping|
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- Ergonomic design-- more efficiently and comfortably, Free bonus: lumbar cushion
- Wider seat, Patent race car seat breathable material: Leather Style Vinyl
- Extra higher backrest to save neck and spinal,Flexible seat back with adjustment
- 3D straight armrests protect shoulders and wrists
- Lifetime warranty on frame, 24-month warranty on parts
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DXRacer Office Chair Classic Series DOH/CE120/NC with Pillows
Classic Series chairs are manufactured under strict quality standards. Although this chair was originally designed to heighten the gaming experience, it is sure to become your seat of choice for working and relaxing, too. Unlike most office chairs on the market, the DXRacer chair has a higher backrest to support the entirety of your spinal column, from pelvis to neck. Our chairs offer a stable metal five-point base with a gas spring, allowing the user to adjust for varying heights to better meet the needs of your office or computer desk.
- 3D Straight Arms
- Multi-functional Mechanism
- Strong Aluminium Base
- Leather Style Vinyl
- 3" PU Casters
Package Size : 34.25"L x 29.13"W x 15.75"H
Net Weight (Approximate) : 66.14 lb / 30kg
Gross Weight : 76.06 lb / 34.5kg
Weight Capacity : <300 lbs / 136.1 kg
Height Limit : <6' / 1.83 m
Recommended Weight : 250 lbs / 113.40 kg
Recommened Height : 5'10" / 1.78 m - 5'11" / 1.8 m
BMI of Recommended User : <30
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New parts delivered today. I can't thank Newedge enough for being such a solid seller here. They wasted no time and have me no issues to quickly address my problem. They sent me a new recliner mechanism and piston via DxRacer.
The repair process was sadly not as straight forward and as easy as I had hoped. It took a great deal of effort with a rubber mallet to work the caster base off the piston rod. That 1 month of use really wedged that thing into the base like you would not believe. I used WD40 along both the base hole and the top of the piston and let it soak down the cracks then slowly used the rubber mallet on each rung of the base and rotated it around (like tap tap tap, turn 1, tap tap tap, turn 1, etc etc) I saw a video on the new done like this to remove the base, but it was hardly this easy for me. It took me over and hour of aggressively bang at the base to finally work it off. Thankfully no damage caused during the process (rubber mallet is the right tool for this job).
If you are just reading all this and have yet to build your chair I highly recommend you spray WD40 into both slots the piston fits in before you assemble your chair, it will make future piston maintenance (if any) 100 times easier.
I can tell already the tensioner already is strong and better working then the last one was when it was brand new. The last issue developed after about one month of time. I will keep my eye on the situation over the next month or so to see how these new parts work out. Hopefully, this solves my problem for good.
Despite this being such a big ordeal already I still do not have regrets about this purchase yet. I can see and feel the quality of the chair. I am just hoping this was an isolated issue. At this point though it is an unknown if this will be a recurring faulty part issue since it took 1 month for this to develop last time around.
Thanks again Newedge for all your help and assistance in this matter. You have great customer service!
I have owned this chair for less than 1 month now and an issue has arisen.
The chair has developed a weird cracking/clicking noise when I lean all the way backward or forward with the rocking chair mode unlocked. Even when locked I hear this noise if I lean forward in the chair.
This chair is rated for 300lbs and I am 265lbs and this has not even been a month. I think something is faulty with the "Multi-functional Mechanism" since this is the source of the cracking/clicking noise.
I am in the process of contacting the re-seller now to see what can be done. I am not sure if I got a defective unit or if this fault is conducive of the DxRacer chairs in general. I will update this review once I find out more. I felt I had to let other buyers be aware of this potential issue though. I just hope I did not just buy a 400 dollar lemon though!
I was seriously on the fence about buying a DXRacer for quite a long time. I knew they gave a ton of these out to youtubers and Twitch streamers for free to get their name known. For that reason I did not trust any of those peoples opinions (after all why would they complain about a free 400 buck chair). I instead tried hard to find reviews from legit buyers. Once I realized that these chairs are above Office Depot/Staples quality I started to realized that these may be worth the extra cost over and above to the easier to get store bought chairs. For more than 20+ years I have been buying 100-300 buck Staples/Office Depot quality kinda chairs and since I put in more than 12 hours a day in them they last 1-2 years before they get faulty and squeaky and wiggle or just flat out break. This always leads to new found back problems that force me to buy yet another chair.
I am hoping with this chair I can break that cycle at least for a while longer!
The first things you notice are the weight and metal frame of this chair. It looks a ton better than any crap you get at an office store (even their top 300 buck models are a joke compared to the construction quality of this thing). The upholstery material and sewing quality is literally automotive level. This things just looks and feels like it will have NO problem lasting for years.
The biggest immediate concern I had was the density (hardness) of the foam used for the seat and back. When you sit on this thing is feels like you are sitting on a brick. I immediately hated it to be honest. However, I decided to break it in a bit for a week and see how it goes. Almost within 1 hour I started to forget the discomfort, because there was no discomfort. Yes it is hard, but the foam does give a little bit the longer you sit in it. It gives just enough to be comfortable, but not so much that it sags ever. While I cant speak about long term yet, I feel like this will lead me to better posture and less back aches.
Overall, I love this thing. Without a doubt it is the best chair I have owned ever. Considering the price is about 100 bucks more than office stores best models... It is not too outlandish on the price considering it seems several steps higher quality than even the office stores best. If you are the type of person who needs or wants a "Lay-Z-Boy" level of softness this is not the chair for you at all. If you work long hours and do not want to get a bad back or a quickly worn out chair, this may be you chair of choice.
I am 5'6"/120pounds. This chair is intended for taller/bigger individuals. At my height the backrest won't really hit you right unless your sitting on a cushion. Is still comfortable enough, but when I add a seat cushion, wow, different world. Not a con for me, because I always use seat cushions anyways.
Chair is quiet. I hate noisy chairs. This one only makes a slight ping when you lock/unlock the rock-tilt. I didn't put the green plastic base covers or black collar on. Looks fine without, so I had no use for such highlights.
Even though I'm a small guy, I got this chair because large chairs is my style of choice. Can sit Indian style when I want, and so forth.
Didn't like spending $400 for a chair. But it seemed more economical then spending less for a chair I wasn't totally satisfied with and would need/want to replace in a few years. All things considered this seemed the most secure investment for me. Also this is the cheapest chair anywhere close to this design (mesh chairs are not for me) that has the high end tilt base with offset pivot point. Which bolts to a steal frame of the seat.
The seat is very high density cushion which is also nice for my purposes. I believe this is a chair that will last. The black fabric material is like textured rubber, and the colored material is like vinyl.
Back tilts about the same as my old chair. I guess any further would be considered a safety concern, but I would prefer if it did tilt/recline back another 2 inches. But that's made up for by the ability of the whole chair to tilt too. The rocking feature.
Pretty standard, but the lever on the left either locks the chair or releases it to tilt/rock. Can be locked at any point. Lever on the right controls elevation. Smaller lever on the right controls the back recline. And of course the big nob on the bottom adjust the rocking tension.
As someone noted, the arm rests are not cushions. But neither are they hard plastic, is a rubber foam so has some give - no funny bone injuries. Cushion armrest wear out, I like these that will last. Is a lever to adjust them higher or lower. And the top part can be snap-slid forward or backward, or angled inward or outward. 4 bolts secure each arm to the frame underneath, w/ a 3/4" adjustment option on width.
Wheels are not cheap factory standards. Might not be obvious to all, but they are intended for hardwoods. While they may not feel like rubber, the reason you don't use soft rubber wheels on hardwood is because picks up dirt which can damage the floor. So for hardwood; wheels like these are used, that are soft enough not to damage the wood, but hard enough not to pick up dirt. For carpet hard plastic wheels are recommended.
I'm really not a fan of racing culture, so the marketing theme of DXRacer was a turn off for me. Even if it makes a lot of sense. Company theme aside, in the end this was the only chair that meet my specifications for design. I pretty much live at my desk.
Box it ships in is the thickest I've seen. And everything was nicely secured-protected inside w/ closed cell foam.
Was a good buy for me, I expect this chair will last a very long time.