NobleChairs White Edition EPIC review
NobleChairs recently released an EPIC White Edition gaming chair. We had some time to spare and have tested it, we're actually a little impressed. Yes, about a chair. The noblechairs White Edition is, as the name suggests, white. The basic body of the chair is white, with matching white head and lumbar pillows, which provide a stark contrast with the black elements of the chair. They have an aluminum insignia with silver EPIC cut out inlays that is attached to their 'jacket'. A five-point aluminum base, a class 4 gas lift, and a travel range of 60mm are included in the White Edition, as is the case with other noblechairs, ensuring that motions are as smooth as possible. Throughout its lifespan, it is supported by a metal frame that is constructed of cold-cut foam to guarantee that it remains comfy. Armrests with four-dimensional movement can be raised and lowered, moved forward and backward, rotated, and pushed into or out of position, among other things.
Noblechairs is a German corporation with its headquarters in Berlin, where it was founded in 2016. They offer three major models (EPIC, HERO, and ICON), but also launch special editions (such as AMG, Doom, Fallout, and so on), which makes the decision even more complicated because there are so many options. An appropriate chair (whether that is among or not) is extremely important for daily use in general, but it is especially significant in these modern times when people have more "Home Offices" and spend more time sitting at home than in past generations. Consider taking a break from working in an average chair in the dining room or on a sofa, which, while comfortable at first, does not provide the proper posture for lengthy periods of time in front of a computer display. It would be excellent to make a small investment in a good (arm)chair, which your spine will be extremely grateful for. A decent product should provide excellent comfort and allow the user to keep proper posture while playing or working, which cannot be claimed about the cheapest Chinese constructions available on the market today. Also, many (but not all) offers place a great deal of emphasis on the appearance/colors, and even certain carbon fiber or even RGB parts, rather than on the most important factors. In other words, where should you look if you want something that isn't too dazzling, something that you won't be embarrassed to show off? The Noblechairs EPIC model is the one that has been made available for review.
The EPIC series should be pleasant for people who are taller and heavier. Here in the EU, guys are bigger than in other parts of the glove. I'm one among them, standing at 197 centimeters tall and weighing in at a substantial amount of 88kg. The chair weighs 28 kg and has a total height of up to 139.5 cm above the ground, with a seat height ranging from 48 to 58 centimeters above the ground. The seat width is 56 centimeters wide and the depth is 56.5 centimeters deep. The backrest measures 84 centimeters in length and 56 centimeters in width, and it can be tilted up to 135 degrees. The armrests are quite substantial, measuring 27 cm in length and 10.5 cm in width. They can move forward and backward, up and down, at an angle, and left and right (this is why they are referred to be 4D). In addition, there is a tilt mechanism and a neck pillow.
Another feature is the ability to alter the lumbar support, which is controlled by a knob on the side instead of the cushion. All these facts combine create a comfortable seat for taller individuals; the basic design makes it an excellent fit for offices as well. The sample under examination is a faux -Leather version of the product.
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