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Vertagear Racing Series S-Line PL6000 Gaming Chair - Black/Carbon

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"Great solid, comfortable chair, easy to assemble."
5 stars"
Purchased on Mighty Ape

I just got this chair and all I can say is WOW! It's the most solid built chair I've ever seen, every part is of high quality, and it screams durable all around.

Assembly was really easy, they give you a really nice allen key with a handle, which makes it easy to tighten the screws, there is even an assembly video on YouTube. I had my chair up in less than 15 minutes.

I've been sitting in this chair for several hours now and the lumbar support and the headrest make a big difference, would highly recommend this chair, spend the extra money, and this one will last you a very long time.

3 out of 3 people found this review helpful.
"great chair, solid built"
5 stars"
Purchased on Mighty Ape

Easy to follow instructions, was concerned when i first sat in it about cushioning but i was easily converted. I'm 6'8" and this chair fits perfectly, my only nag is the lack of where to or how to fit the back and head cushion.

"Not perfect... But very good once you get past the quirks"
4 stars"
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I've had this chair for about a month now – I work from home and use it as my office chair so I've logged 150–200 hours in it and feel like I can give it a solid review at this point.

First, I'll go through some of my gripes/mishaps with the chair. Unfortunately, the top of the right armrest on the chair came completely off when I tried to adjust it after I'd set it up. Fortunately, though, the manufacturer sent out a replacement armrest straight away which bolted in as a swap for the broken one and I haven't had issues since – both Mighty Ape support and the manufacturer were super helpful here. Otherwise, the armrests do rattle a bit, but not enough to be a bother.

The tilt resistance handle doesn't appear to work anymore – I ended up overtightening it when I was trying to get the tilt to lock in place, and now it just turns loosely. Might be fixable – I imagine it's just slipped off the head of whatever it was on – but I can live without it, so be aware not to tighten this too far.

The mechanism that controls the tilt of the chair doesn't do an amazing job – maybe for lighter folk, but not for my 120ish kg self (chair is rated to 200kg). I tried to get it to stick at a very slight angle using the lock/unlock handle, but I wasn't ever able to get it to stick, it would just break right through it into the unlocked mode again when I put my weight down into the chair. This is part of the reason why I overtightened the tilt resistance because I was wondering if having that tight and the tilt locked would keep it stuck into place, but unfortunately, this wasn't the case. Not sure if this is just a faulty chair, but after a few weeks in free tilt mode, I'm actually kinda used to it so I'll keep it as-is.

Now the good stuff! The installation is super simple. There's an included tool which tightens all of the bolts you need to install, the instructions are fine, but the YouTube video from Vertagear (in the Mighty Ape product description) demonstrates all you need to know. The one small thing that deviated from the instructions was when installing the backrest, I had to put some force down on it to get the bolts to bite into the sides properly.

It took a few days of mild discomfort to break the chair seat in, but once that happens, it's comfortable. The seat and space between armrests are generous, the lumbar support is good – although it did take a little bit to find the sweet spot – though, with this support, I find I rarely lean back far enough to use the backrest or the headrest. I imagine both of these would come into play without the lumbar support, but I'm happy with the setup at the moment so I haven't given this a go. I've seen a review on YouTube where the guy takes some stuffing out of the lumbar/headrest pads to make them more comfortable for him, but I find them ok as-is.

The seat adjustments (aside from tilt mentioned above) are solid. Height sticks in well and is in a good spot where the armrests slide under my desk, and my feet are planted on the ground. The tilt would come in handy here too though, as I'd like to go a bit higher and flatten out the bottom of the seat using the tilt, as it's pointed down to the front slightly by default.

The armrest adjustments are great – up/down, swivel left/right, forward/back. Once you've found a good spot you don't really need to adjust them again. The pads have a little bit of give to them but are definitely on the firmer side which is fine, I tend to just have my elbows on them with my wrist/forearms on my desk. The same YouTuber I mentioned above took his armrests off completely – you do this through some (incredibly tight!) bolts underneath each armrest, and you actually need a different-sized key to the one that's provided – but I like having them around so I'll keep them.

So I'm pretty happy with the chair. It has its quirks, but all in all, it's exactly what I was after. Comfy for a bigger frame, adjustable to my requirements, heavy chair with a (mostly) solid build that'll last.

Description

Recommended weight limit up to 200kg, height limit up to 6'6'

Plus Line is designed for comfort and equipped with superior ergonomic features. Industrial strength and extra large construction on padding and headrest provide extra support and durability. P-Line is a great fit for users desiring more space.

Easy Assembly
On all Vertagear Racing Series V2 chairs, we implemented an all new, patent pending mechanical structure. This design enables backrest assembly as easy as 2 steps:

  1. Slide the backrest down onto the brackets
  2. Install 2 custom M8 screws on each side

That is all you need to do. You no longer need a second person to hold the backrest while you align the brackets and thread in screws.

Uniformed Aesthetics
While our competitors are still trying to make better looking plastic side covers, we completely decimated them. With our patent pending mechanical structure, we arranged all necessary parts inside leather cover to provide users a uniformed aesthetics. Users no longer need to align a tiny screw through a thick plastic cover with the tread buried deep inside leather and foam.

Features
Designed to give a wider range of adjustability, PL6000 provides gamers the best comfort and support in every sitting position for extended period of time. High backrest, wide headrest and seat base offer plus size users more comfort.

Adjustable Seat Height
To prevent repetitive stress, having the correct ergonomic posture is important when seated for long time. Seat adjustability enables users to adjust height to their unstressed posture. Good range of height adjustability ensures that you can be at the optimum angle in relation to your desk

Adjustable Armrest
Armrests on PL6000 provide 4 directional adjustability for your flexibility and ultimate comfort.

Large Soft Glide Casters
Pl6000 comes with 75mm PENTA RS1 casters that are coated with PU for quite operation and great resistance to debris. They are effortless to roll on all types of floorings, and will not damage the surface underneath

Heavy Duty Metal Base Frame
This heavy duty base frame is constructed with industrial strength metal to support up to 200 kg / 440 lbs with long lasting comfort

Accessible Tilt Locking and Adjusting Mechanism
Our tension adjustable tilt mechanism is located on the side of the chair. comparing to traditional bottom placed adjusting knob, it is much easier to reach and tune to the most desired comfort level

Adjustable Backrest
Either leaning forward during intensive showdown, or reclining backwards to relax, we have you all comfortably supported. Our backrest can be adjusted from 80 degrees up to 140 degrees for your ultimate sitting experience.

Extra Accessories
Headrest and lumbar support cushions are provided for your comfort

Lockable Tilt Angle
Our seat can be locked into 5 different tilted positions. The Racing Series P-Line PL6000 chair will truly put you in the driver seat

Max Load: 200 kg / 440 lbs
Overall Height Incl Base: 1285–1385 mm / 50.6–54.6 in
Backrest Width (Shoulder): 510 mm / 20 in

Release date NZ
October 21st, 2016
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  • PC Games
Box Dimensions (mm)
870x670x350
UPC
617724127809
Product ID
27471975

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