Thermaltake ARGENT E700 Real Leather Gaming Chair Review
Brandon Dodman / 1 month ago
Packaging & Unboxing
To start things off, we need to take a look at the box, which is massive. It’s pretty bare in terms of design, featuring the product name and a simple illustration of the chair.
On the inside of the box, we don’t see much, it’s all covered and wrapped up in the packaging, so we’ll take a look at the parts individually.
Before moving on to the main parts of the chair, we’ll take a look at what, quite literally, holds it all together. In terms of how much we get here, it’s really not that much, five casters, three screws and an allen key to match and the gas lift in a separate box.
A gas lift that happens to look like this. There really isn’t much to be said here, but with the weight of the chair, this part needs to be held to a high standard in order to make the chair safe.
Moving on to the main pieces of the chair, we start with the legs, which were the first thing to be pulled out of the box. They have chosen to go with a very shiny silver finish for this part, which should compliments the chair nicely.
Next up is the backrest, a big solid mass that I was too scared to put anywhere for fear of breaking or damaging the solid piece material on the back.
The last thing in the box is the seat itself, another big solid piece, this was the heaviest part of the chair by far, and the shape made it a struggle to get a grip on.
In terms of what’s in the box, that’s it. The assembly process should be pretty straightforward since most of the chair is already assembled out of the box.