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Giantex High Back Race Car Style Bucket Seat Office Desk Chair Gaming Chair (Blue)
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- Color: Gray/Red/Blue
- Height from seat to ground: adjustable from 17.7" to 21.7"
- Weigh capacity：264 lbs
- Seat size:19.1"(W)×18.9"(D),Back size: 19.3"(W)×27.6"(H)
- Overall size:25.4"(W)×25.6"(D)×43.3"-47.2"(H)
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|Item Dimensions||—||20 x 19.5 x 49 in||27 x 27 x 47 in||24 x 22 x 46 in|
|Item Weight||—||32 lbs||41.89 lbs||35 lbs|
|Material Type||Synthetic||PU Leather||PU Leather||Fabric|
Top Customer Reviews
- Quality parts.
- One page instructions was nice.
- No snags for the allen wrench when attaching the arms of the chair, which is much better than the previous chair I assembled. Backrest connector overlaps with the base of the pneumatic connector on the bottom of the seat, which I found to be quite odd. Managed to screw things in securely regardless.
- Instructions called for attaching the back rest to the seat before attaching the armrests, I found this to be unworkable as the armrests were unable to connect to both the seat and the back rest. Had to disconnect the backrest from the seat, attach the armrests to the seat and backrest first, and then attach the backrest to the seat as the final step. This approach required two people to accomplish the task, one person holding the parts in place while the other screwed things in.
- For reference, I'm 6'1" at 280 lbs. with a chubby profile.
- Feels sturdy and solid.
- I really like the design and sturdiness of the armrests, but the bars at the edge of the seat really limit the space I have for spreading my legs.
- The backrest is rather short for a 'high back' chair. If I'm seated as far back as I can, my head completely clears the head rest and it digs into my back at the shoulder blades.
- Seat itself isn't very long, especially when I sit forward a couple inches to alleviate the two above issues.
Thoughts and Impressions:
- I really like the chair, but I wish it had a seat that was 4" wider and 2" - 4" longer, and had a back rest that was either 6" taller or allowed the head rest to extend at least 6" taller.
- Seems kind of odd to have a chair that supposedly has a weight capacity of 550 lbs. but isn't designed for people with wide/tall frames.
- If Giantex were to release a chair of this design with the above improvements, I'd buy it in a heartbeat.
Same thing was wrong with that one as well. You would have to make it work if you really want the chair.
I can admit when I am wrong, and this was an example. I have had a number of office chairs over the years, and many of the low priced ones were plain junk. While this is certainly not a high end chair with a high end price, the quality is in line with the cost. It assembled easily and my son enjoys it.
The chair itself does not have a lot of padding, as it is designed to mimic a racing seat. It is probably not a good chair for long hours of sitting (like 4-6+ hours).