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Nitro Concepts E200 Race Chair Review

Rating: 8.5.

Back in June, we took a look at the Epic Real Leather gaming chair from noblechairs. While we deemed it worthy of an award, it comes with a hefty £450 price tag. What if you want a decent, racer-style chair without breaking the bank? Priced at £167.99, that is where the Nitro Concepts E200 Race-series chair comes in.

£170 still may sound a fair bit of money for a gaming-style chair – but for a properly comfy and good-quality office chair, you can often spend hundreds more. In the great scheme of things, under £170 is decent for a chair like the E200. It does do away with some features common to more luxurious chairs to meet the lower price point, though – as there is no ability to recline, nor are there adjustable armrests. Still, a chair is a chair so let us dive right in.



  • 100% vegan PU faux leather cover
  • Comfortable cold foam upholstery
  • Distinctive design armrests in black
  • Safety class 4 gas lift
  • Top-notch tilt mechanism up to 15°
  • 50 mm casters in black

Materials used

  • Frame: Steel
  • Five-star base: Nylon
  • Upholstery: Cold foam (new)
  • Cover: PU faux leather
  • Casters: Nylon with PU coating


  • Main colour: Black
  • Accent colour: Black
  • Measurements:
  • Total height (with base): ca. 122 – 132 cm
  • Height adjustability: ca. 47 – 57 cm
  • Width backrest (shoulder level): ca. 53 cm
  • Width backrest (pelvis level): ca. 50.5 cm
  • Width backrest (point of contact): ca. 29 cm
  • Length backrest: ca. 79 cm
  • Width seat (total): ca. 51 cm
  • Width seat (point of contact): ca. 39 cm
  • Depth seat (total): ca. 49 cm
  • Depth seat (point of contact): ca. 47 cm
  • Width armrests: ca. 5.7 cm
  • Depth armrests: ca. 39 cm
  • Rocking mechanism: max. 15°
  • Maximum weight (user): 120 kg
  • Net weight (chair): ca. 17 kg
  • Gross weight (chair): ca. 19.5 kg
  • UK Fire safety compliance: BS 5852

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