Keep yourself comfortable at work or at play with the 400 Series Gaming Chair in black from Spieltek. Providing full-body ergonomic support and a wide, comfortable seat, this gaming chair is designed for long gaming sessions and incorporates a steel frame with a PU leather covering. Adjust the chair for optimum comfort, thanks to padded 4D armrests and the dual-arm tilt mechanism. Featuring a class 4 gas lift, the 400 Series boasts a desk clearance of 25.8" and an adjustable seat height of 19.5 to 22.6". Fabric-covered memory foam headrest and lumbar pillows further ensure your comfort, while the aluminum base and 2.4" casters provide lightweight mobility. The Spieltek 400 Series Gaming Chair supports up to 350 lb.
- Full-Body Ergonomic Support
- Steel Frame & PU Leather Covering
- Memory Foam Headrest & Lumbar Pillows
- Dual-Arm Tilt Mechanism
Spieltek 400 Series Overview
- 2Optimized Comfort
- 3Durable Material
- 4Height Adjustment
- 5Tilt Adjustment
- 64D Multidirectional Armrests
- 7Lumbar and Headrest Pillows
Spieltek 400 Series Specs
|Max Weight Capacity||350 lb / 158.8 kg|
|Height Adjustments||19.5 to 22.6" / 49.53 to 57.40 cm|
|Seat||25" / 63.5 cm (Width)|
22.4" / 56.9 cm (Depth)
4.9" / 12.4 cm (Thickness)
|Backrest||34.3" / 87.1 cm (Height)|
23.8" / 60.5 cm (Width)
|Armrest||25" / 63.5 cm (Arm to Arm)|
26.4 to 32.3" / 67.1 to 82 cm (Arm to Floor)
|Casters||5 x 2.4" / 60.96 mm|
|Tilt Adjustment||to 165°|
|Material||Aluminum, Fabric, PU Leather, Steel|
|Weight||57.8 lb / 26.2 kg|
|Package Weight||67.5 lb|
|Box Dimensions (LxWxH)||35 x 28.5 x 14"|
Spieltek 400 Series Reviews
So far, so good, with some GREAT things and ideas.
Almost all the screws were already in the chair, instead of in a screw bag which is AWESOME. Why doesn't everyone do that? Yes, you have to back them out before installation of the parts, but there's no chance of loss of the packet, right? Heck of an idea. Just based on that this is awesome. The chair is stiff at first, but that's expected. I'm a big guy that's not too tall, and this suits me just fine. My legs are at a 90-degree angle to the floor, and it's keeping me in a good sitting position. We will see how it stands the test of time. It seems super sturdy, the frame and feet are solidly made, and the material seems quite good. Not too bad for a short guy (5'6) and just the right height it seems. I'll update if things fall apart or it doesn't last.
This chair is more expensive that what I planned to spend, but it is well worth the price. The chair is well built and comfortable. The lumbar support and the head rest piece are removable. Very satisfied with my purchase.
This chair is very comfortable and has a lot of features. Only problem is I wish the bottom pillow was able to be secured to the body of the chair. It's just a loose pillow. Also, it's a little clunky sometimes when using the features. Wish it was a bit more fluid.
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Really pleased with the quality and sturdiness of this chair, not to mention the sharp look of the leather. I got the all-black chair and the pictures don't do it full justice in my opinion.. it's very slick in-person. After a few weeks of use I'm already feeling the improvement on my back and neck. The headrest and back pillow are great additions as well and the entire chair was simple to assemble (I did it myself in about 20 min) though some parts are cumbersome. One of my biggest concerns pre-purchase was the recline functions and getting a chair that would tip or feel unstable if I wanted to lay back and relax, or one that would roll around too much so that you could never find a comfortable rest position. The performance of this chair shattered all those worries I cant even explain the level of difference between this and my last chair.
CHAIR PROVIDES COMFORT AND SUPPORT FOR LONG DAYS
When you sit at a desk as long as I do throughout the day, you need a chair that is comfortable, supportive, and versatile. I, like so many other people, started working from home last year. When I did, I ended up being more stationary than usual. My job dictated that I be reachable throughout the workday and that meant being behind my desk. After years of sitting behind a desk, I know where to look for a chair that is going to hold up through my workday. As it turns out gaming chairs tend to be the most durable, comfortable option for long-term desk jobs. They are reinforced for long-term gameplay so it would stand to reason that gaming chairs would also work for people who sit for work. Over the past few months, I've been using the Spieltek 400 Series Gaming Chair and been very grateful for its support while I work. The Spieltek 400 Series chair offers users a premium experience. The chair is designed to be heavy-duty and offers a more spacious sitting experience. The bolsters are wider around the seat and backrest, which produces a larger comfort area. The frame is metal with an aluminum wheelbase, contoured seat, and backrest. The armrests are "4D" and fully customizable. The padding is soft but firm. The chair supports up to 350 pounds and is backed with a lifetime warranty for the frame and a 2-year warranty on the other parts. The chair can be raised or lowered and has a height of 19.5 inches to 22.6 inches. The seat has a built-in tilt adjustment that helps recline it to 165 and there are two fabric-covered memory foam pillows included for additional backing and cushion. The Spieltek 400 Series chair arrived in a large shipping box and all the pieces were wrapped up with some form of protective packaging. The chair does require assembly, but it's a fairly simple process and can be completed in under 30 minutes. The first thing I did was to unwrap all the pieces and lay them out to make sure I wasn't missing anything. One of the things I liked about the Spieltek accessory kit is that they include a set of white gloves with the bolts and hex wrenches. The purpose of these gloves it to keep your hands free from any grease or dirt that might be on the chair pieces. The assembly process is intuitive and if you've ever put a gaming chair together, you will be able to put this one together without any issues. The seat base has the arms pre-attached and the first step is to attach the seat to the back. You do this by lining up the bracket from the seat with the pre-drilled holes in the back's sides. Once those bolts are in place, you will snap the plastic protective covering for the brackets onto the brackets. The next step is to remove the screws from the bottom of the seat. These will be used to attach the control base onto the bottom of the seat. This base is what is used to raise and lower the seat. Once that piece is attached you will need to insert the wheels into the wheelbase. One of the final steps is to insert the hydraulic cylinder into the wheelbase. Once all those steps are completed you will lift the seat/back assembly onto the wheelbase. Even though a single person could do this step alone, I would recommend having someone help you because it's much safer and you get done quicker. The assembly of the Spieltek 400 Series chair was very easy and pretty standard as far as gaming chairs go. I was very excited to get this chair completed because it is designed for someone with a larger frame - like me. The wider seat is very comfortable and there is plenty of room to adjust and move around if you wish. While I thought the seat cushion is firm, it is still very comfortable. One of the best features of this chair is its accessory pillows. They are soft and made with memory foam. They feel very luxurious and I've never really had anything like them with a gaming chair. The tilt on the chair is extreme and it is very easy to take a nap in it once you prop your feet up. I don't typically rock a whole lot when I work, but my fiance does. So, I asked him to try it out, too, and he said that it has a smooth rocking motion. The base is very sturdy and I would suspect it will last for quite a while. I do, however, worry about the wheels. The Spieltek 400 Series chair is comfortable and relaxing - even when I work. It's a fairly affordable option (retails for $300 at the time of publishing) and seems like a solid choice as a gaming or working chair.
I put this together in about 25 minutes. It is a very solid chair, most of all it is very comfortable. It has many adjustable point to fit any position you may want. Overall, well worth the money
Appears to be a decent chair
This chair was purchased for my 16 y/o son who has broken two chairs in the last 3 or so years. We are hoping we get some time out of this one, and so far it is holding up pretty well. I asked him directly, any complaints about the chair, which he responded, no. There are many adjustments and he really likes that the back reclines. The bottom pad seems to have adequate cushioning. My only complaint about the chair is that assembly was a bit of a pain and some parts didn't assemble as easily as one would expect. Overall, yes, I would recommend this chair.
very well build
not as comfortable (for me) due to how high the seat sits at its lowest point (I'm not that tall, 5'.5), but since my kids are taller than I am they feel it is just fine and very comfortable. all the adjustments are great for any one's preferences, but like I said the only thing the would make a 5 starts for me it would be if the chair height adjustment would allow it to go down a little more for shorter people. Other than that is a fantastic chair with quality built, and great ergonomics and adjustments to sit you the way you like it.
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