Level up your gaming sessions with the black and red Spieltek 100 Series Gaming Chair. With a high backrest, side bolsters, and a contoured shoulder area, this gaming chair provides a balance of comfort, cushion, and support. The chair is covered in soft-quilted PU leather and comes with lumbar and headrest pillows to support your back and head, allowing for comfortable gaming sessions. You can also adjust the height of the gaming chair, thanks to the smooth gas lift, and find the ideal keyboard and mouse angles for your arms with the 2D multi-directional armrests. Don't forget to take breaks between gaming sessions by tilting the backrest almost 180° flat. This helps relieve the pressure on your spine and keeps you feeling fresh and energized. While this gaming chair is designed for comfort, it is also sturdy. The durable all-metal frame can support a maximum weight capacity of 300 pounds.
- Ergonomic Seating Support
- Soft & Quilted PU Leather
- Lumbar & Headrest Pillows
- Height & Tilt Adjustments
Spieltek 100 Series Overview
- 2Ergonomic Support
- 3Height and Tilt Adjustment
- 4Lumbar and Headrest Pillows
- 52D Multidirectional Armrests
- 6Quilted Padding
- 7All-Metal Frame
Spieltek 100 Series Specs
|Max Weight Capacity|
300 lb / 136.08 kg
13.8 to 16.5" / 35.05 to 41.91 cm
15" / 38.1 cm (Width)
21.7" / 55.12 cm (Depth)
31.5" / 80 cm (Height)
22.4" / 57 cm (Width)
22.6" / 57.5 cm (Arm to Arm)
24.4 to 29.9" / 62 to 76 cm (Arm to Floor)
5 x 2.36" / 59.94 mm
46.3 lb / 21 kg
|Box Dimensions (LxWxH)|
32.5 x 27.5 x 13"
Spieltek 100 Series Reviews
Easy to assemble, but the bottom is kind of stiff.
good value, good enough construction
I bought this for my son, 14yr, 5'9 or so. He says it is a huge upgrade on the junk he used previously. The construction details are consonant with or above the quality one would accept at this price point, given that you can easily spend 4x more on a chair. The seat could use more padding, but it has enough. It is flat and does not pinch the thighs in. The quilt style stitching is quite nice. Nothing about the visuals of the chair shout economy. There is no obvious sign of wear after a couple of weeks of heavy use. Maybe it will keep its looks for some years.
Best bang for the buck
Very easy to put together, all tools needed come with the chair...not super comfortable but bearable raisable armrest are a plus tilt can go all the way back and hight is perfect . For the price of this chair you can't find anything better I had bought another chair that was trash this one is about 3 times better than another I bought for same price I ended up buying two one for my sone and one for me and am enjoying gaming with it
We use this chair at our video transfer station, and so far it's holding up well. The one thing I don't like about it is that the arms rotate, so if you grab the chair or even using them when you stand up, they will turn, which is kind of annoying.
I dont usually leave reviews. This chair is worth typing this. Recommended
Perfect for my lower back pain.
I injured myself from moving a fridge and couldn't game for 2 weeks until today. All I had was a wooden kitchen chair and a metal foldable chair with bad back support, the pain was off the roof sitting on those chairs. I got this chair for 80 bucks during a sale and wow, now I can game again. I went to local stores looking at office chairs around 150-250, they aren't even as comfortable as this one. Either too much cushion or it doesn't have the proper back support. I can't complain about the quality at this price point. It doesn't have the best materials, but it does it's job and it looks pretty good in person.
Ok, but not awesome.
It's comfortable, but the "lumbar" support is a pillow on straps you move around not a built in thing. Reclines/pivots nicely. I don't know if I'd buy again.
Gas Cylinder is the weakest link
I bought the chair in Nov. 2020. The chair is comfortable. I didn't like the arm rests at first since there is no locking mechanism. Other that that, it's been good. But about one year in, the cylinder started to have a problem to hold on to the position. Over time, it will reach its highest position and I have to lower it to my favorite spot. That is still manageable. Last week, the cylinder was broken and I can't adjust the height anymore. I've used many chairs in the past, none of them ever give me cylinder issues and some of them are much cheaper than this one. I am now looking for a replacement so I can continue using this chair.
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