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Vertagear Racing Series S-Line SL4000 Gaming Chair Review

Vertagear Racing Series S-Line SL4000 Gaming Chair Review
Vertagear has a super-comfy gaming chair with its Racing Series S-Line SL4000 gaming chair. Here's our full thoughts on it.
By Anthony Garreffa from Jan 18, 2016 @ 15:10 CST
TweakTown Rating: 90%Manufacturer: Vertagear



Up until I received my Vertagear gaming chair in the mail, I had used office chairs that I thought were comfortable. Oh, how I was wrong. Vertagear reached out to me asking if I'd like to review their Racing Series S-Line Gaming Chair, so I agreed.




I sit on a chair for eight hours or so a day, nearly 5-6 days a week and a few hours here and there on top of that, depending on my workload for the given week. For ten years before I started TweakTown, I had a day job of sitting on a chair all day in a small computer store in Adelaide, South Australia where I wish I had an SL4000 chair delivered to me from the future.



Well, here we are - with the SL4000 that Vertagear says "brings unparalleled level of comfort and adjustability, with high-density padding and contoured backrest", which Vertagear says is "allowing for longer and extremely comfortable gaming".



Quick Specs




As you can see, the Vertagear SL4000 gaming chair is a tall, and decently wide chair with a nice decline for your butt to fall into. We'll talk more on how it feels soon.




Detailed specifications see that Vertagear has used a steel frame on the SL4000, with "high densed resilient foam", PVC leather, and an aluminum alloy foot. The gas lift used is 'Class 4', the weight of the chair itself comes in at 20kg (or 44lbs), and it can handle up to 150kg (or 330lbs).


Vertagear provides a decent two-year warranty on the Racing Series S-Line SL4000 gaming chair.



Availability & Price


Gaming chairs aren't cheap, with the Vertagear Racing Series S-Line SL4000 Gaming Chair ringing in at $339.99 on Amazon, down from its list price of $479.99. It's expensive, but your posture and comfort is worth it - if you can afford it, that is.

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