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HEALGEN Big and Tall Gaming Chair with Footrest PC Computer Video Game Chair Racing Gamer Pu Leather Chair High Back Swivel Executive Ergonomic Office Chair with Headrest Lumbar Support
|Manufacturer's Suggested Maximum Weight||250 Pounds|
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- ✔ERGONOMIC COMFORT:A racing-style gaming chair that provides luxury and comfort,with removable headrest pillow and lumbar cushion,whether it's used for intense gaming sessions or long work days.
- ✔ ADJUSTABILITY: Reclining between 90 - 155 degrees,adjustable footrest,smooth armrest and seat-height adjustment.Full 360 degrees of swivel rotation enable dynamic movement,all to make an ideal seat
- ✔ PREMIUM MAKE: Integrated metal frame with high density sponge and premium PVC leather (easily cleaned and fade resistant)for years of use.Heavy duty base with 5 smooth -rolling color PU caster wheels,ensures the chair can move smoothly in any direction and protects the floor from scraching
- ✔ DIMESIONS & CAPACITY:Seat Area:16”(w)22”(D),Backrest Area:23”(W)x33”(H),Adjustable Height:3.15”.Maximum Load Capacity:250lbs.
- ✔ WE'VE GOT YOUR BACK:Free replacement or money back for any reason within 30 days.Any dissatisfaction with our products or service, please contact us to solve.
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This gaming chair well supports shoulders, neck and head with its extended long chair back， it also can be used as an office chair.
And it's comfortable due to the perfect ergonomic design and high quality PVC and PU leather.
-90-135 degrees tilt
-Adjustable height gas-spring cylinder
-Smooth-rolling color caster wheels
-Adjustable headrest pillow,lumbar cushion and footrest
-Maximum weight capacity :300 lbs
-Packing Size：32.7”* 25.2”* 13”
HEALGEN is a collection of high end racing-style chairs designed for office use or by gamers.
We are manufacturer direct seller,having the professional invention group and advanced product line,and always on the way of evolving and improving.
Any problem about our products please feel free to contact us,we will response you within 24h and try our best to help you.
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+Feels solid. Like it can actually bear 300+ pounds without wearing out quickly.
+The material is nice, not sticky or loud when you shift around.
+The massaging pillow is fantastic, lol. I hurt my back recently and it's nice to be able to work/game and relax. It's removable, too, which is a plus.
+Good wheels. Scoots around well.
-The one I selected has adjustable armrests. Great! But, they rotate side to side and that was a bit weird for me. Preference thing though.
-It's not a plush kind of chair. Definitely firm. Not like the bars are coming through, just a sturdy firmness.
While working at an evil office supply store, many years ago, I put together 100+ chairs. It got me away from customers and it was sort of zen because I'm a weirdo. I learned a lot, and I'll share this weird niche experience for those of you bored/interested enough to read it.
Here's how to put your chair together like a pro:
1. Open one end of the box by using a key or something relatively blunt. Don't shove it in there, you'll cut something important nine times out of ten. No one wants a chair that looks like Wolverine took a swipe at it. Don't mutilate your box, only cut one end open.
2. Unpack yo' chair pieces. Lay them out on the floor. If you're on a hard floor throw down a blanket/towel to protect the floor & your new chair. For the seat and backrest, don't take off any plastic/foam protector bags. Open them to where you can see the seat bolts and bottom of the chair back bolts.
3. Look at the directions. REALLY. With your eyes. Don't skip this. The chair will know you are unprepared and it will take advantage of your weaknesses. Do you have all of the parts? Do you have your tool packet? If so, keep going. If not, email the seller.
4. Take your chair base wheels, pneumatic lift, and the plastic collar that goes over the lift. Snap the wheels into the base. Put the pneumatic lift into the wheel base. It only fits one way and it should plunk down nicely and not wobble much. Put the plastic collar over the pneumatic lift. Roll that baby to the side and admire your snapping prowess. You've got 1/3 of a chair!
5. Take the box, fold the flaps on the end you opened so the box is shut again. I've always called this dog earring? If you want, you can tape it shut instead.
5. Flip the box over with the opened side on the ground. Take your chair seat, turn IT upside down. You're going to see bolt holes on one end and bolt holes in the middle. There is usually and arrow that points to the front of the seat for reference.
6. Take your chair seat and put it on your box. The part of the seat with the boltholes should be hole side up (remember we flipped it in step 5). Put the 'front' side of the chair facing away from you. The back of the chair, with the boltholes closest to the edge, should be right in front of you, on the edge of the box.
7. Find your metal chair support. It's a big black X sort of shape with a handle or two on it, and a big knob. Put it on the chair base. Make sure it lines up with the chair seat, again you should have an indicator arrow or a "front" label. Use the appropriate bolts and hand thread each one a few turns. Then tighten with your allen wrench or a drill. Go GENTLY with the drill. Don't strip anyone!
8. Get your chair backrest. Turn it upside down, too. Line up the end with boltholes with the edge of your chair seat while it's still on your box. Grab your backrest bolts, and use the height of the box to hold up the seat while you screw in the backrest bolts. Hand thread, then tighten. Your seat and backrest should now be a nice L shape that is upside down on your box.
9. For chairs with freestanding arms- go ahead and bolt your arms on now. Move the seat to the edge of your box to allow for the arm to hang down. Bolt it on and repeat with the other arm. This is WAY easier than being half under the chair and trying to line everything up.
**If your chair has arms that connect to the seat AND the backrest, we will attach the arms after flipping. See below.
9. You might want to get a helper for the next steps. They can either hold the base or help you do the lifting. Flip your L shape over onto the base of the chair (with the wheely bits) and line up the top of the pneumatic lift with the hole in your metal chair base that we screwed on in step 7. Almost there!
**If you've selected a chair with arms that connect to the seat and backrest, we're going to attach them now. If not, go directly to step 10 (do not pass go, do not collect $200. But you can Paypal me $200, lol).
If your chair wants to "shut" like a clam, that's okay.
Inspect the boltholes- are they all there? If you don't see one, feel for it and you might have to carefully cut it open. Refer to your diagram/directions. This is pretty common.
Get both arms, and finger tighten the bolts that hold the arms to the SEAT of the chair. Both sides, but just at the seat for now. They should be labeled L & R.
Raise your chair back UP and line up your chair arms with the holes in the backrest. Finger tighten those bolts as well. Once your chair arms are attached at the seat and the back, on both sides, get your wrench and snug them down.
10. So at this point you should have a chair with arms on it! Woohoo! Take a minute to snug all of your bolts down one more time, it will save you in the long run. Put on any cosmetic screw covers, and plastic bits that cover your hinges. Don't strip your bolts!
+Sometimes boltholes don't line up properly. That's just "how it be" with prefabbed products. I put together $500, fancy schmancy chairs and they would have the same quirks as the cheap $50 ones.
+If your boltholes are a little off- have a helper gently push/pull the pieces until they line up, and screw the bolt in CAREFULLY. Firm pressure, stop if it feels cross threaded and try again. Don't strip it or you're toast, or at least you'll be grumbling your expletive of choice while you get it out. If using a drill, do little bursts on the trigger.
*If you can't see your bolthole- get yourself a small screwdriver or an Exacto knife. Feel around where the bolt should be, and you should feel a hard ring that's raised up. Verrrry carefully make an X shaped hole in the middle and viola, you should see your bolthole. Trim the extra bits off, neatly.
Did you read this whole thing? Do you have a lovely assembled chair now? Freaking sweet!
This review may or may not have been written by an actual Cat. However, this Cat paid for the chair just like ya'll did, I'm just bored at work (but not in retail anymore, mwahaha).
If I can I'll upload some pics. :)
UPDATE: Incredibly enough, I was contacted personally by HEALGEN shortly after this review was posted, and they went above and beyond to make things right, offering a full refund or replacement even after 4 months of purchase date. I believe I may have just received a lemon, because about 90% of the reviews on this chair praise it, and It is a solid chair, given the issues I had. I will purchase again from this company/maker for future chairs down the road, cause I know they stand behind there products. Thanks a ton for making a miserable experience, tolerable
This chair is comfortable. I bought an executive chair at Costco for around $400 and this is what I replaced it with because the expensive chair just wasnt comfortable.
This chair has a pretty dope reclining feature. The arm rests have independent adjustments and it comes with a nice cushion for lumbar support that works excellent as a footrest.
I do alot of design work on my computer and when I am not working I am playing so I spend a minimum of 8 hours a day in this chair, but probably more like 10 and it is holding up great while still being ergonomic. I am a 330 pound man. If you are a big guy try this chair.