1. Racing office chair: Adjustable headrest & Lumbar Support Cushion.
2. USB massage lumbar support helps to relieve your backache.
3. Easy to assemble with clear instructions and easy to move with wheels.
4. Heavy-duty metal structure ensures stability and durability of this chair.
5. Gaming chair have a back locking recline, a safe angle of 90-135 degrees.
I got this as a gift a couple of months ago and I decided to give it a few months and then do an honest review.
The package is heavy and I couldn’t lift it to bring it up in my office alone. Of course, it arrived while my husband was at work and I really wanted it inside. I had no issues bringing it inside but I wasn’t going to carry the box up to my office so I ended up having to open the box at the entrance and then carrying everything one by one. I tell you that was such a workout.
On the weekend I got my husband to help me assemble and good thing I got him to help because we aren’t very handy people so for us it was a two people job. The instructions were easy enough to follow but like I said we aren’t handy at all so it did take us quite some time to assemble it. I think if you are good at assembling things you might not have any issues.
The chair is very comfortable. I have the habit of slouching when I am at my computer but the chair helps me to sit up straight. I love that I can adjust the height and also I can adjust to recline even though I never recline but it’s a good option if I ever want to.
The USB massage lumbar support has come in very handy numerous times. I found it is just powerful enough. A few times I had it on and I almost fell asleep at my desk. I never had a chair like this before so I can’t really compare but I am happy with the lumbar massage support.
All in all, I am extremely happy about this chair but my only small complaint is that I wish the USB wire was a bit longer but personally it isn’t a huge issue.
I give this a 4 out of 5 stars.
If you would like to check out this chair and/or purchase it you can do so online in the Walmart Canada site
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