The chair rocked up at my doorstep in a nice big box, which was mostly undamaged. The box itself had a little dent in it, but there were no problems or damage to the BattleBull Combat Gaming Chair itself.
Taking everything out of the box, we have the BattleBull Combat Gaming Chair in its various pieces.
The base of the chair is a nice twist on the gaming chair, with some raised plastic on the edges - this is good for getting your foot onto it, and getting a grip so you can move around on the chair. A small change, but very welcomed.
The bottom of the chair, where you'll be spending quite a bit of time sitting on the other side.
Nearly fully built now, ready to be sat on.
The BattleBull Combat Gaming Chair in final form.
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