The Bottom Line
Introduction, Quick Specs, and Availability & Price
My second gaming chair to roll into my office is the BattleBull Combat Gaming Chair, which is a slick-looking, and super-comfy chair that we're going to dive into today.
Since I spend hours upon hours per day sitting in my chair working and gaming, these gaming chairs are coming in handy. The BattleBull Combat Gaming Chair is a nice evolution from the gaming chairs we've seen around, even if it's just some small things - these small things are what set the gaming chairs apart.
BattleBull touts its Combat Gaming Chair is easy to setup with "easy to follow instructions", is fully adjustable with its arms, backrest, and height all adjustable for your specific comfort. Then we have different models and colors to suit all styles and gaming setups.
BattleBull is offering its Combat series of gaming chairs with a 180-degree decline, soft PU leather, class 4 gas lift, metal frame work, memory foam cushioning, adjustable arm rests, height adjustable, head and lumbar cushions and steel belt elastic.
As for the colors, it arrives in yellow, orange, red, blue, green, and white.
Availability & Price
Right now, the BattleBull Combat Gaming Chair is only available through Australian IT retailer PLE Computers, for AUD $299 ($211 USD or so, at the time of writing).
Taking a Look Around (the BattleBull Combat Gaming Chair)
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.
Butt What's It Like to Sit On?
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.
What's Hot, What's Not & Final Thoughts
Very Comfortable: I've been sitting on the BattleBull Combat Gaming Chair for around two weeks now, and it's very comfortable. Through hours of writing content for the site, playing games, or kicking back watching Netflix - your butt, is going to be comfortable.
Another Stylish Gaming Chair: I don't think I've ever seen a gaming chair that I've looked at and thought "Sheesh, that looks like crap" - but the BattleBull Combat Gaming Chair, especially in the orange and black design we received - looks awesome.
Orange & Black = The Division's Perfect Chair: With the orange and black themed chair that we received, I felt like it suited The Division perfectly, thanks to its orange and black infused look.
I've got nothing to complain about with the BattleBull Combat Gaming Chair... sure, maybe it could have LEDs or something? Other than that, the comfort levels were great - which is what we're all here for.
Another gaming chair review, and another comfortable product for your gaming experience. Hours upon hours of your life are going to be sitting in front of your computer, so why not make them comfortable? This is where the BattleBull Combat Gaming Chairs comes into play, and you will not regret it.
BattleBull is only available in select markets, so while I'm based in Australia and received my Combat Gaming Chair - you might have troubles sourcing one in the US. We hope this changes, so let's hope that the exposure from this review will have people from across the world wanting BattleBull expanding their horizons.
Wrapping up, I love my BattleBull Combat Gaming Chair - it has everything I need. It's comfortable, it looks great, and it helps keep your back in check after countless hours in front of your PC. You won't regret your decision, trust me!
|Comfort (how it feels on your butt)||90%|
|Quality (design, build quality, etc)||95%|
|General Features (arm rests, adjustments)||80%|
|Ease of Setup||95%|
|Value for Money||95%|
The Bottom Line: The Battlebull Combat Gaming Chair looks great, feels great, and is super easy to set up. It'll be a great addition to your gaming experience!
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