My Butt Has Never Felt Better
I was coming in from a standard office chair when the Vertagear SL4000 rolled into my office and since that day, my life has changed for the better. The Vertagear Racing Series S-Line SL4000 Gaming Chair is absolutely amazing. It's so comfortable, and that's the best thing about it. Everything else is gravy.
I found that I didn't need the included cushions for my back or neck, but they're included in the box.
After sitting in the Vertagear Racing Series S-Line SL4000 Gaming Chair for a few weeks before Christmas, and then after the craziness that was Christmas and NYE - and then CES and post-CES - the Vertagear Racing Series S-Line SL4000 Gaming Chair became my new best friend.
I found that slipping into the chair was comfortable, as my legs weren't just dangling down - they were supported by the bottom of my body, and the SL4000.
As for the armrests, I'm not much of a fan of them, only using them when I was sitting back watching something on YouTube or Netflix. I'd roll the Vertagear SL4000 back and use the armrests, but I wish I could fold them out of the way.
Scooting around on my carpeted floor in my office on the Vertagear SL4000 was fine, it was actually quite a lot smoother than my previous office chairs - something I didn't anticipate when I first started using the SL4000.
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