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Vertagear SL4000 Gaming Chair Review

Rating: 8.0.

We have been asked for our opinions on gaming/racing chairs plenty of times throughout the year, though we had yet to review one. Today, that changes as we are taking a look at the SL4000 Racing Chair from Vertagear – a newcomer to the market. Is the chair worth its £215 asking price?

Vertagear Desk

We opted for the black and white variant of this chair for today’s review. However, the usual range of colour options are available, including red and black, green and black, blue and black, or just black.

Features and Dimensions:

  • Recline and tilt.
  • Adjustable arm wrests.
  • Adjustable height.
  • PVC leather.
  • Lumbar support and head cushions.
  • Solid structure.
  • Two year warranty.
  • Overall height (incl. base): 1280 – 1400 mm
  • Width backrest (shoulder): 520 mm
  • Width backrest (lumbar): 300 mm
  • Width seat: 370 mm
  • Depth seat: 530 mm

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