BattleBull Takes on the Gaming Chair Market
My butt went from the Vertagear SL4000 directly into the groove of the BattleBull Combat Gaming Chair, and I think I enjoyed both equally. The BattleBull chair is cheaper, which is a big deal - and I love the plastic indents on the five-axis wheel, much more than I thought I would.
I'm not one to use the lumbar support, but they are included with the package from BattleBull.
I used the BattleBull Combat Gaming Chair for just over a week for my review, using it for my usual writing and while I played The Division beta. After hours and hours of sitting on it, I had no issues and found myself feeling rather comfortable - even after hours of sitting down.
The armrests were good, as they groove inwards, so your arm falls 'into' them - which is nice.
Moving around on the chair was incredibly easy thanks to the plastic grooves on the top of the five-axis at the bottom of the chair. Perfection, BattleBull.
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