Tesoro has built a great looking chair with the Zone Balance. It features a menacing design streak that feels like it deserves a place in front of my gaming PC. The black and white styling works well, with the digital checkerboard style print on the chair being a nice touch.
Tesoro created a precision designed steel frame that is built for 'long-term, rigorous use' - so, don't be shy in the Zone Balance, move around and get angry because you lost your last round of Overwatch; it won't break apart easily.
With a five-star steel base and support for up to 260lbs (120kg), you're in for a smooth glide across any surface with the custom racing caster wheels that have been coated with PU.
The company has used a premium cold core foam that is designed with their slick race car seat design, and it has spill resistance. So, there's no need to worry about spilling a drink on the Zone Balance.
Relaxing is part of an investment into a gaming chair, especially when you can literally kick back your legs and adjust the chair vertically. There's a sizeable backrest with full spinal column support, so you'll be comfortable laying back on the chair watching Netflix.
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United States: The Tesoro Zone Balance Gaming Chair retails for $242 at Amazon.
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