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Ewinracing Champion Series Gaming Chair Review

Ewinracing Champion Series Gaming Chair Review

 

Gaming chairs are actually made for comfortable gaming. Being a person who spends almost half of his day on his computer for various activities, a comfortable chair is a must have.

EwinRacing is based in US but they provide worldwide free shipping, so you’re covered no matter where you live. They currently have 4 different gaming chairs.

 

Specifications/Features of Ewinracing gaming chair :

Chair Type:

Foam Type:

Foam Density:

Frame Color:

Frame Construction:

Adjustable Armrests:

Mechanism Type:

Tilt Lock:

Tilt Angle Lock:

Gas Lift Class:

Chair/Seat Back Style:

Adjustable Back Angle:

Base Type:

Caster Size & Material:

Gaming/Office Chair

High Density Separated Foaming

55kg/m3

Black

Metal

4D

Multi-functional Tilt

Yes

Yes

4

High-back

180

5-star Wide Aluminum Base

2″ Caster/PU

Out of the box :

Out of the box you get the 5 star base, 5x PU casters, 3x M6 screws, 1x M8 Allen Key, 2x side covers, 1x tray, 1x gas lift cylinder, 3x plastic caps for gas lift cylinder, the 2 part body, 1x headrest and 1x waist cushion.

 

The assembly may require 2 persons for easy installation, but it can be done alone as well. If you are like me laziest person around, but you can able to do it alone. Something you may lose some small parts, in our case we don’t get any M6 Allen key for the side covers so I had to buy one from the local store. Ewin Racing’s been notified about this so I’m pretty sure they’ll start including one in the new batches to come.

COMFORT

In terms of comfort the chair more comfortable, adjustable and there is a support for positional lumbar. The chair might not be the most understated of Gaming Chairs, In fact considering that this chair can be bought and delivered for approximately £210. Ewinracing Champion Series Gaming Chair got the looks, it is for the most part well made and more importantly it’s really comfortable.

 

 

The Ewinracing Champion Series Gaming Chair arrives in eco-friendly box. There was even a hole in the side of it. Packaging is still best described as adequate although it is in line with all of the Gaming Chairs that you’ve seen before.

Overall the adjust ability was also found to be good, there’s height adjustment, back angle adjustment, has variable control and the armrest that move back/forth, left/right, up/down and they swivel too.

Ewinracing have produced a great Gaming chair in the Champion Series. But still you will find some cheap plastic parts on the side of the chair and the somewhat lightweight base. But to be fair once you’re sat in it all of that is likely to be forgotten.

The PU leather used is almost identical to that of the Flash XL and again although it may not be of the same quality as the one used in the X-Comfort by Thermaltake.

Although the backrest doesn’t fall all the way (180 degrees) still it does fall up to 155 degrees and thus allows the user to get some rest if needed.

 

Assembling

As is common with Gaming Chairs the Champion Series chair needed to be assembled first and the instructions were clear and concise but unfortunately, they were also wrong in places, providing instructions for assembly that was, in fact, already done! Although to be fair that’s a good thing. We didn’t even have to attach the arms to the seat as that was also done. In fact the assembly was complete within around 15-20 mins.

Once built the Ewinracing Champion Series Gaming Chair was found to be quite the looker. I’m a fan of the colour scheme (You also have they choice of black/white, black/blue & black/white/orange also available) and I really liked the E-Win embroidered logo on both the seat and both of the cushions. You will definitely notice the chair’s comfort one you sat on it. there’s the right amount of support laterally and the positional lumbar support is really nice. It stays in position. After Gaming for countless hours, over numerous weeks, the chair was found to be comfortable at all times.

Armrests, Height and Back Adjustment:

EwinRacing Champion Series Chair

The chair have adjustable Armrest and height. The top body can be increased or decreased using the lever on the right side that unlocks the gas lift system. With the gas lift system, you can increase or decrease the height of the chair by about 4 inches, with a max height of 19 inches from the ground. The armrest can be increased or decreased height wise as well, and also you can move them a little towards the outside by unscrewing the screws at the bottom. This seems like a great deal to me because the keyboard holder on my table seems a little high so I was planning on removing it and installing it a bit lower, but now with the seats height and armrest adjustment feature, I don’t have to go through that.

The chair also features a back tilt system. Once again, you have the lever on the right side for this purpose. The chair can go flat 180, or you can have it tilted anywhere midways. But one thing that I feel betrayed about is the 90-degree flatness. It’s more like 95 or 100 degrees in the default locked position, and you can’t go below that angle. SO sometimes, in my most active posture, that’s sitting straight, I feel the lack of back support on the shoulders. But if I’m in my relaxed position, it’s not a big deal.

Also, the back tilt system is very handy for different postures. Like I can have my legs placed on some box or stuff and have a back tilted backward a bit and use my tablet or mobile for various stuff. It’s very relaxing in that position. Also, even though, the chair does go 180 degrees flat, I still prefer the feel of the foam in my bed for sleeping, but a little nap can be taken on the chair as well.

Conclusion:

After using the chair for a while, I can easily say; I’m amazed by the quality of the chair, the material used, the feeling it has, the adjustment features, the add-ons, and the design. If you’re looking to get a chair that’s comfortable for your long sessions and won’t lose its shape too early, with some extra features, than Ewin Racing’s Champion Series chair might be one good option in the pool.
Other than all the positives, I found 2 cons about the chair. One is that the PU casters don’t have a brake system. I often find myself moving a little bit here and there because of the PU castors while doing various activities. So having a brake system would’ve been good. And second is the 90-degree advertisement of the chair. Even the way they demonstrated the 90-degree angle on their product page, the back of the chair isn’t in 90-degree position. So a little adjustment here is to be done.

Ewin Racing Champion Series Chair
In the end, most people are stuck on one questions whenever it comes to gaming chairs. Is it worth the price? Most of the brands known for gaming chairs in the market currently have an average of 300-400$, same is true with the Ewin Racing Champion series Gaming chair. It has an MSRP of $349. Now at that price point, I would find it rather difficult to recommend a gaming chair to someone. Not that I’m unhappy with the quality of chair, but a price tag of 350$ just seems too high. But compared to the market, and the pros and cons of the chair, with free worldwide shipping, free custom Embroidery and 12 to 24 months’ warranty on different parts of the chair, I’m in a position of recommending this brand over other popular brands.

 

In the end, Gaming chairs we decided to rate them based on their size, comfort and quality. Size and comfort (the larger the chair the more comfortable it usually is also depends on the amount of padding) while in terms of quality tue company having tested for so many times, we have a good idea about that as well. Of course these scores are based on our personal opinions regarding each chair so do take them with a grain of salt. We would like to rate the Ewin Racing Champion Series Chair and give it 3 star and also Recommend you.