Nowadays, a lot of people work from home, so your home office chair becomes very important because you spend a lot of time sitting on it could be 4:00 hours, 8:00 hours, 9:00 hours, or even 14 hours a day. This chair is selling for 130 at dps gaming chair. The quality is pretty good. It doesn't feel cheap and looks like a cougar gaming chair, but of course,
it's not as comfortable as a Herman Miller. First, we're going to be reviewed through innovations dps gaming chair this reviewed is part of a work from home series to share what kind of equipment would help your work from home life more comfortable and work more efficient
Dps gaming chair is very important because you could be sitting on it for 4:00 hours 8:00 hours 12:00 hours or even 14 hours a day seeing a doctor is very expensive for back pain so you might as well find the right chair to do your back and yourself a favor.
Right now, Costco USA at Costco Canada right selling this chair. Costco USA is selling it for around 130 to 140 US dollars in Costco Canada and sells it for around 140 to 150 US dollars. This chair offers a lot of high-end features. Here's a highlight of the dsp gaming chair chair's main features.
We'll talk about the armrest. The armrest can be tilted up to hide it, but the height is not adjustable; it cannot be adjusted forward or backward, no side to side. There is no 4D adjustment for a dps gaming chair at a 130 price range. A lot of chairs offer armrest height adjustment but not this one.
Over on the armrest is relatively comparable. The armrest is narrow and relatively long. One downside of a longer armrest, and it will hit your desk when you try to stick closer to your desk, might prevent you from getting to the optimal sitting posture.
This dps gaming chair is also height adjustable; there's nothing special about this height adjustment one thing worth mentioning is that the height doesn't go very tall. The mash back reclines weak line at the bottom has a knob to objectively client pressure.
The back offers lumbar support, but it is not adjustable for a dps gaming chair without lumbar adjustment as relatively comfortable.
The base is fairly unique, and that is made of mesh, not cushion. The only portion where it is made of the cushion is the front of the base. In general, the base is very comfortable.
The only downside with this chair so when someone sits on the dps gaming chair, the person swinging, but the cushion at the front keeps your thigh from sinking in, which results in adding pressure to the back of the thigh as if it prevents blood flow from getting to your feet. Overall the dps gaming chair quality is impressive. I would rate it 8 out of 10.
First, the lumbar support is adjustable. Second, the armrest is 3D addressable, meaning height adjustment from the back and in and out. Third the back a smash back to keep you cool. Fourth, the base is made of a cushion.
Somewhat prefer mash base and somewhat prefer cushion base, so it's mostly preference. For myself, I am relatively skinny, and this chair is relatively wide. The dps gaming chair height can be adjusted to very tall.
The lumbar support adjustable you can move it higher or lower most chairs that offer lumbar support a quite expensive in a few $100 range this chair for sure is height adjustable it has a lever handle for height adjustment.
The armrest is 3D adjustable, which is very rare at 120 USD price range is usually just height adjustment.
The back is a mesh base to keep you cool. The cushion bases in very special in our super comfortable when I like cushion based more than mesh one. There are dual wheels and slide relatively well on the carpet for the wheels, but really nothing fancy to talk about here.
The armrest can be a chance to be fairly tall and low but not super low armrest can slide front and back it offers 4 levels if you used to hang so carefully adjusted you'll find 4 levels otherwise a slice easily all the way to the front or all the way to the back. This armrest offers in and not a judgment as well for 120 US dollar price range. It is fairly rare.
One area of improvement is that the armrest adjustment or the slide is relatively noisy. The benefit of a shorter armrest is that it lets you move closer to the desk. So you have a larger chance of discovering your optimal sitting posture. The back is very tall, and the reclined pressure is adjustable. So you can lean back easier. I actually do feel like the dps gaming chair was made for taller people.
It offers tons of features 1 thing I really wish is that the armrest can slide in the further show it will work well for Skinner build like me right now; I have to sit like a crap. With my elbow swinging out even when the armrest is set to the closest position to myself. If I were to be super picky, one downside is that when I moved the chair in and out to get out of my desk and chair we get closer to the desk, I crop the armrest to pulling the chair, but it end up sliding to armrest all the way forward I have to reposition armrest again.