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X Rocker 0287401 Executive Office Chair with Bluetooth Sound
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- X Rocker's deluxe executive desk chair with sound looks great at home or in the office
- Built-in stereo speakers give you the full X Rocker sound immersion experience at the comfort of your desk or table
- Built-in bluetooth receiver accepts audio signals from any bluetooth-enabled device; optional RCA cables included
- Adjustable height seat also tlts and swivels for a full range of motion
- Great for computer gaming, mobile gaming, or listening to music at your desk
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X Rocker's deluxe executive desk chair with sound looks and sounds great at home or in the office. Built with two stereo speakers hidden in the headrest, this desk chair on rolling wheels provides the full X Rocker sound immersion experience while giving you the look, comfort, and practical usage of an executive desk chair. The built-in Bluetooth receiver enables the chair to play audio wirelessly from any Bluetooth-enabled device, such as your computer, iPad, or iPhone. Optional RCA cables are included for non-Bluetooth connections. This ergonomic and stylish chair is perfect for listening to music while you work in your office, watching a movie at your dorm room desk, or playing games on your mobile device at home. The height-adjustable seat also tilts and swivels for a full range of motion to accommodate your sitting style. Sturdy and attractive padded arms add comfort and stability. Assembly required. X Rocker by Ace Bayou.
Top customer reviews
Packaging: everything came bubble wrapped and in pieces- the 5 wheels, 5 armed platform thing that holds wheels, hydraulic cylinder, seat bracket, seat, arm rests, and back rest. cables for the speakers and screws and L tool came in its own boxes.
Assembly: It's pretty simple and it has a familiar design so even without instructions (they are included) it's easy to put pieces in the right place. Build from the ground up, start with wheels. I had trouble attaching the back rest to the arm rest only because I was building it alone. After a while, I got the screws in place and I was done.
Thoughts after using it:
Not sure what exactly what the material is but I'll try to describe it anyway. The white and gray parts are like a soft polyurethane fabric, like leather but not. the black part is like the breathable foamy stuff you'd find on back part of backpacks. The entire back of the chair is white.
It's comfy to sit in but here's the thing, The back rest sits too low for me (25 inches), at the top it's padded and I'm confused, can't figure if it's there as a head rest or neck support, because if I sit properly half of my head rises higher than the back rest. If I slouch a little bit it's a head rest (I'm not a tall person (five foot five or so). Seat is 19 inches I believe, a photo should be present.
You have the option to tilt the chair, but it's not much, like two or three inch upwards tilt. But remember, this ain't no recliner. Also: the seat connects to the arm rests which connect to the back rest, it is forever locked in a 90 degree sitting angle.
I didn't buy this chair for it's speaker/ blue tooth feature but it's a nice touch. Bluetooth connected very easy - like I plugged in the power and connected it from my phone- there's no wonky but you have to hold and press to make it discoverable. You do have to plug it in to the wall to get the loudest sound out of it. I did notice that if you plug your phone directly into the wire that sticks out of the back rest the speakers will work, they won't be as loud though so I figure that's good if you want music "in the background" Sound is okay, not much bass but music and gaming is pretty fair. Speakers are located on the sides of the "head rest" and shoot sound away to the left and right - you can still hear clearly though.
comfort wise- I'm pleased considering what it is and how much it cost. Seat and back rest are pretty firm but not too much, material on the arm rests are very very comfortable and have some soft squish to them - Good for resting my pointy elbows into them. It has just enough tilt for me to enjoy and wheeling it around while sitting is easy for me (hardwood floors). This chair would probably feel great for a shorter person, but will get the job done for a taller person. I'll update if anything changes down the road, I hope to keep it clean.
- Jeeez looks freaking amazing. Looks much better in person once assembled.
- Pretty easy assembly. Took me 30 minutes and a helper
- It has bluetooth speakers! ( a bit contradictory though)
- about a 7 out of 10 in comfort
- Why the hell do I need to plug in power cord when it has wireless speaker?? Seriously, it's so dumb to have to drag around this cable when rolling around. And 10/10 would roll over the cable. This is the only reason the chair doesn't have 5 stars. I'm gonna have to mod with with my own battery pack later on.
- The back and arms are all static. The back won't lean back and the arms won't swivel or move or anything. But the seat allows you to rock back and forth a wee bit.
Overall, it is a great looking chair. If you can look past the 2 flaws that it has, then I would recommend buying it. But if you're looking for top of the line quality, as well as aesthetics then you should probably look elsewhere and be willing to spend more.
Most recent customer reviews
Pros: comfortable, speakers are nice and loud and bluetooth speakers, easy to put together
Cons: Power cord is...Read more