Nitro Concepts E200 Race Series Gaming Chair Review



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Introduction


Nitro Concepts E200 Race Series Gaming Chair Review

Picking a gaming chair is not easy these days, as it seems that virtually every company out there is putting the word “gaming” in front of any kind of seat at virtually every price range. We’ve already reviewed one chair from the Nitro Concept range before, so that does make this one a little easier for us. The first chair was certainly affordable, and looked great too; we’ve actually still got it in use in the office! However, this week we’re looking at one of their slightly more expensive models, the E200, which comes with improved build quality and a unique design that’s sure to appeal to those looking for a nice chair under £200.

“The handsome gaming chairs of the Nitro Concepts E200 series unite the fashionable design of their stylish racing look and a pair of remarkable armrests with a particularly comfortable upholstery and an innovative choice of materials. The E200 Race series comes in seven different colour versions and easily attracts gamers who yearn for a pretty office chair that offers superb ergonomics too. Next to their striking visuals, these veritable gamer chairs feature the Nitro Concepts brand’s famous high-quality manufacturing and yet they are not going to break their owner’s bank.”

Priced at £167 from OCUK, the Nitro Concepts E200 isn’t exactly cheap, but in the world of gaming/racing chairs, it’s certainly competitive and a far from the more than double the price Noble Chairs range from OCUK.

PERFECTED DESIGN FOR UTMOST COMFORT

“All Nitro Concepts swivel chair series from the Excellence Class feature an impressive shaping inspired by race car seats and come with fixed design armrests that blend in perfectly with the overall sporty design. In addition, this version comes with a black polyurethane (PU) imitation leather cover, whose surface has been finely perforated for ideal breathability during all seasons. The whole package is being completed by subtle white seams and a Nitro Concepts logo that adorns the headrest. As an added bonus, a little metal plate with logo lettering is included with every unit to allow you to proudly proclaim your ownership of a Nitro Concepts gaming chair.”

Features:

  • 100% vegan PU faux leather cover
  • Comfortable cold foam upholstery
  • Distinctive design armrests in black-white
  • Safety class 4 gas lift
  • Top-notch tilt mechanism up to 15°
  • 50 mm casters with coloured accent
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Materials used:

  • Frame: Steel
  • Five-star base: Nylon
  • Upholstery: Cold foam (new)
  • Cover: PU faux leather
  • Casters: Nylon with PU coating

Specifications:

  • Main colour: Black
  • Accent colour: White

Measurements:

  • Total height (with base): ca. 122 – 132 cm
  • Height adjustability: ca. 47 – 57 cm
  • Width backrest (shoulder level): ca. 53 cm
  • Width backrest (pelvis level): ca. 50.5 cm
  • Width backrest (point of contact): ca. 29 cm
  • Length backrest: ca. 79 cm
  • Width seat (total): ca. 51 cm
  • Width seat (point of contact): ca. 39 cm
  • Depth seat (total): ca. 49 cm
  • Depth seat (point of contact): ca. 47 cm
  • Width armrests: ca. 5.7 cm
  • Depth armrests: ca. 39 cm
  • Rocking mechanism: max. 15°
  • Maximum weight (user): 120 kg
  • Net weight (chair): ca. 17 kg
  • Gross weight (chair): ca. 19.5 kg
  • UK Fire safety compliance: BS 5852

Packaging and Accessories

In the box, you’ll find a simple one-page guide on how to build the chair; it all looks pretty straight forward.

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It comes with all the usual nuts and bolts required, as well as a heavy-duty Allen-key, which is the only tool you will be needing.

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Comments

One Response to “Nitro Concepts E200 Race Series Gaming Chair Review”
  1. Casper Claudi says:

    Another “gaming” chair. the quality is really lacking, we need some more quality strong products in gaming furniture.

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