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Dowinx Gaming Chair Breathable Fabric Office Chair with Pocket Spring Cushion and Massage Lumbar Support, High Back Ergonomic Computer Chair Adjustable Swivel Task Chair with Footrest Grey
|You Save:||$31.01 (14%)|
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|Frame Material||Plastic, Nylon|
|Furniture base movement||Swivel|
|Product Dimensions||31.49"D x 31.49"W x 51.96"H|
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- 【Comfortable for A Long Time】 By using a breathable fabric, you can spend comfortably in the summer and not too cold in the winter. It reduces stuffy and sweats of your back and waist. The fabric has excellent durability and is a knitted fabric that is not easily scratched. It also feels good on the skin. And the removable lumber pillow with massager drives away the tiredness. It is the perfect offer for long hours of desk work.
- 【Original Cushion Design】 We applied the Individual pocket spring commonly used in mattresses to the gaming chair. The Individual pocket spring can reasonably distribute the body weight and adjust the appropriate support, thereby effectively relieving the pressure on the waist.
- 【High Quality Material】The Dowinx base is highly resistant to external forces and supports up to 150kg, even when making use of the tilt mechanism (up to 170°) for reclining and rocking. Due to the use of Safety SGS Class 4 hydraulic gas lift and heavy duty base, it provides a guarantee for the chair to be able to bear weight. Five 60 mm nylon casters can rotate 360 degrees to ensure the chair can move smoothly.
- 【Factory Direct Sales】 Due to the factory direct sales, we can promise our chairs with high quality and low price. We consistently produce in-house from planning to raw material selection, design, and production. We keep working hard for the comfortability and functionality of chairs. Customer feedback is also reflected to the factory in a timely manner, helping to improve products. We are always striving to provide better products and more reasonable prices.
- 【Full After-sales Service】Our chairs are sold directly by the manufacturer: The product you purchased comes with a one-year free parts replacement warranty. 24/7 customer services team provide support. You can use it with confidence.
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Better Air Permeability
At a glance, our fabric has better air permeability than ordinary PU (artificial leather) in the air permeability test.
Unique fabric: It is not too hot in summer and not too cold in winter, allowing you to pass the time comfortably.
Independent Pocket Spring
The spring is made of carbon steel which is more durable. The spring does not fold and deform easily after 30,000 rolls, and it does not fold easily after sitting for a long time.
High Density Sponge Improves Comfort
The high density sponge automatically follows the change of body posture, fills the gap between the body and the pillow,perfectly fits the waist and spine, and makes people feel relaxed and comfortable.
Reviewed in the United States on October 24, 2021
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TLDR: Overall a decent chair and ok for the price point. if the seat was more comfortable from the start then I would give higher rating. otherwise, i feel like it might be a long journey to break it in before it becomes comfortable.
I purchased the black one which is a fabric material and looks different from some of the other colors which look like they have a 'suede-ish' material. the material on the black one is ok, not great but not bad. It by no means makes it less comfortable, it should hold up in the long run.
comfort: overall okish, I do feel like its a bit stiff at first like other reviews mention however after using it for a few days (roughly 8+ hours p/day) it have noticed it has become slightly less stiff. I'm hoping that it just gets more comfortable the more I use it. It might take a while to fully break in. not squeaky compared to what other people are mentioning.
a few minor things that I did not like:
I feel like it has a limited range in height compared to other chairs as well as the adjustable arms. At its highest, I still feel like it's a bit low (I'm 5'7). I have an adjustable standing desk and had to lower it to about 28.5 inches and raise the armrest to the highest setting so that my hands/arms are roughly at the same level as the desk while using the armrest. Not that big of a deal since I can adjust the height of my desk but for others it may be a bit low depending on the height of your desk.
when I work/study I like to sit upright. The description of the chair says It can be adjusted to 90 degrees. when I put my chair at a 90-degree angle the backrest seems to fall back a bit to the point where it look/feels as if I have the backrest leaning back a bit, probably around 100-degree angle. Not sure if its just a faulty backrest but even locking it in place doesn't seem to keep it at the 90-degree angle.
lumbar massage is ehh, I dont feel like it should be called that since it doesn't really massage, if anything it's just a slight vibration. Also, It can only be used when plugged in, there is no switch to turn it on/off. the cable that it comes with is also not very long so If you plan on using it then you will need an outlet nearby.
footrest: i am not sure how long the footrest should extend since this is my first gaming chair and first chair that has a foot rest. I am not very tall (5'7) and the edge of the foot rest goes to about the end of my calves.
lumbar support and cervical pillow: both are actually pretty comfortable, more comfortable than the seat. working as intended. I have no issues adjusting the cervical pillow for my height.
overall its a decent chair, not great but not bad. If the seat were more comfortable I would rate higher.
The directions are in a booklet and only 2 pages long. PAY ATTENTION TO TORQUE ORDER. this will keep you from stripping the low/mid grade screws. directions are adequate but just. installation of the footrest rails wasn't explained or pictured very well for which direction the guides sit. the hexagon opening goes to the rear, only loosely fit the guides on, use the rails to help you align them. carefully remove the rails so you dont move the guides and snug the screws down. DO NOT OVER TORQUE THESE. the guides being made of plastic will flax slightly and make it impossible to slide the rail back in. once in use the rubber O-rings on the end of the rail fitting them into the groove.
now for the examination and detailed ratings.
The base plate and arm braces are of a reasonably thick stamped metal which is a good sign. coverings over parts are mostly cheap cosmetics, and the fit-n-finish in more "hidden" areas show a lack of details with things being slightly offcut and smooshed into place.
some of the plastic parts should of had washers (side plates) over torqueing these would rip through the plastic covers.
the guide rails should be made of metal, at least metal framed. they flex to much and being tightened to where they don't makes the anchoring questionable.
there is almost no adjustment to the arms for spreading them or bringing them in. the base plate on the chair stops part of the travel. they are a bit short even at their highest setting, even with my odd long armed shortened body (car accident shortened my spine) even with this my arms JUST feel comfortable on the rest but are still lower than my desk with seat at max height as well, so long gaming hours would create fatigue holding my arms up. even brought all the way in they feel as tho they are pushing my arms out due to the arm groove. they also have a lot of play in them in both directions front to back and left to right. this isn't from not being in securely, this is from just below the padded rests and having low factory tolerances. and will need to buy arm cushions as the rests feel like a very hard rubber. might help with the low feeling too.
there is a wobble to the whole chair, measuring from the top of the backrest it will wobble/flex about 2-3 inches, which means it will wear down and become worse over time. this is mostly due to there being no mechanical fastening to the bottom or the top of the hydraulic piston. and it just sort of "rides". this also makes me worry as the bottom hole it sits in is a ledge of thick plastic, but not thick enough to inspire confidence of longevity.
the fabric I was hoping for something higher quality, its an "ok" nylon type material and has a slight cheap feel to it. the padding is thick enough on the seat portion, but its hard. they should be putting a soft foam or even better a memory foam layer about an inch or two thick, then the harder foam under it. it has the feeling almost of sitting on a yoga mat which is ok for 30-60 minutes but not long gaming sessions. I,'ll be likely finding a thin foam cushion to place on it,
the lumbar support is oddly comfortable even being of the same stiffer foam. but the VERY CHEAP "massager" function is simply a USB plug connected to a low voltage connecter that finally ends up in a small pill bottle sized vibration unit. no on/off switch or speed adjustment. its a glorified foam covered vibrator.
the back padding is thin and stiff, making leaning against it "meh" at best. which in turn leads me to thin laying back in it will not be comfortable for long (which is one of the reasons I payed extra for a chair with this feature).
laying back in it feels precarious at best, with all the wobbling it has in its upright position are exaggerated when laying back hoping it wont fall over. the lack of stability made me take a few tries and very carefully easing myself back and my foot pushing up into my desk to ease myself back.
the "tilt" function that should give you 10-15 degrees of seat angle for those that like to feel more IN their seat (like myself) is there but BACKWARDS. if I adjust it it tilts me TOWARDS THE FRONT. best I can get is level.
so now for some numbers.
(3) materials used
(3) Quality control
(7) ease of assembly
(0) confidence of longevity
just me typing up this review, almost makes me want to grab my broken 3 dollar goodwill office chair again, foots asleep, shoulders cramping, buttocks going numb, arm fatigue setting in, and it's been only 25 minutes.
even with the $15 coupon.... its not worth the money. I would expect these things from a sub $100 chair, not a over $200 gaming chair. the only rating they get high marks in is (10) Buyers Remorse. I would return it but as explained earlier, spinal injury so I'm not dismantling it and then carrying it to the shipper. I wish I spent the extra 20 and bought the other brand. I will never purchase or even suggest this brand. I will be buying cushions, and doing some modifications to stabilize it. it shouldn't cost $220 for a project chair.