ProX Portable Gig Chair for Live & Studio Performance

BH #PRXGIGCHAIR • MFR #X-GIG CHAIR
ProX
ProX Portable Gig Chair for Live & Studio Performance
Key Features
  • For DJs, Guitarists, Keyboardists & More
  • Circular 13" Seat
  • Lightweight Steel & Velvet-Padded Foam
  • Removable Padded Backrest
The ProX Gig Chair is an adjustable, circular seat measuring 13" wide and covered in velvet-padded foam. It's designed for DJs, guitarists, keyboard players, and other instrumentalists who perform live or in the studio.
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ProX Portable Gig Chair Overview

The ProX Gig Chair is an adjustable, circular seat measuring 13" wide and covered in velvet-padded foam. It's designed for DJs, guitarists, keyboard players, and other instrumentalists who perform live or in the studio.

The Gig Chair includes a removable backrest that is also padded for comfort. The feet of the chair are rubberized to provide stability and cushioned to keep floors unmarred. The legs are spring loaded.

Constructed out of steel, the chair provides a height between 23 and 32" in five selectable positions. You'll also find a footrest measuring 14". The chair is lightweight at 12 lb, and can support up to 300 lb.

UPC: 019372407447

ProX Portable Gig Chair Specs

Max Weight Capacity300 lb / 136 kg
Height Adjustments23.0 to 32.0" / 58.4 to 81.3 cm (Floor to Seat)
Seat13" / 33 cm (Width)
Add-onFootrest:
14" / 35.6 cm (Width)
CastersNone
MaterialFoam, Steel
Weight12 lb / 5.4 kg
Packaging Info
Package Weight19.4 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)25 x 19.5 x 10"

ProX Portable Gig Chair Reviews

Another chair failed at the weld

By Richard
Rated 1 out of 5
Date: 2019-04-29

I bought this ProX gig chair in Aug 2018 for use in my rehearsal space. Yesterday (April 2019), while rehearsing, the welds on the bottom of the gig chair failed. The chair rolled backwards 90 degrees taking my 60-year-old arthritic back and my very expensive acoustic guitar with it. In the space of 2-3 seconds, I was fully reclined, positioned so that I could look directly at the ceiling (see photo). Luckily it happened slowly enough that I managed to prevent damage to my guitar. My back was not so fortunate. I am not a large, or heavy man. I am about 59 tall and weigh around 180 lbs. so I should not have exceeded the products weight bearing capacity. As mentioned in an earlier review, this is poor design, and apparently, poor workmanship.

Don't get it!

By Ivo
Rated 1 out of 5
Date: 2018-10-29

The design is actually pretty stupid when you look at it. All of the weight of a person is behind the weld. This chair broke at the weld while a camera man was sitting in it. He fell off of a raised platform because this chair was not strong enough to hold him.

Good gig chair

By Rick
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2018-09-19

Although it's slightly bulkier, and uses a larger footprint than some past renditions of similar chairs, there are some features to be added into the "good job" column. The change in the seat material is very comfortable. And ,some added pins make adjustments a little quicker. All in all, great bang for the buck. I look forward to many years of use.

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