E-Win Gaming Chair, Ergonomic Office and Home Office Approved
As more and more employees choose to continue working remotely – or only take on jobs that offer remote work options, it’s more important than ever to ensure that the 8+ hours per day that you spent sitting down is as comfortable and reasonable as possible. Enter the E-WIN Champion Series seat.
Priced at $359 at the time of this writing, this chair line has a low to mid-range price tag for ergonomic gaming chairs – but this chair is definitely worth it. Boasting a 155-degree recline, memory foam-like cushioning, and a 400 lbs weight limit, it’s hard to beat comfort at that price point. Also worth noting is that the XL series E-WIN is specifically designed for more critical users with a maximum weight of just under 600 lbs.
Champion series chairs come in so many different colors that you’re sure to find your favorite color in the lineup. You can also choose between PU leather and a soft woven fabric to choose from. The saddle is made of cold-curing foam, which is similar to activated foam, and is slightly stiffer or stiffer on the side and holds its shape for a long time.
The E-Win includes heavy duty wheels, padded and adjustable armrests, removable lumbar support and a neck pillow. The lumbar support is my all-time favorite and the reason I chose this chair – it’s better. However, I never imagined the neck stand would be so amazing.
Bringing this beauty together
Immediately, I was a bit confused because the instructions were in Spanish, and the pictures were of a different model of chair than mine. However, searching the internet, I’m pretty sure I got the Knight Order’s instructions. Having said that, the chair put together is very simple, nothing too surprising or confusing. All told, it took about 15 minutes of screwing and unscrewing the pieces to fit together and make sure everything worked as it should.
Half that time would probably have been spent looking up directions in English to make sure I got it right – and, seriously, you don’t really need directions – which is pretty understandable.
Try my new found love
Once it was put together, I was shocked at how comfortable it was. The official E-WIN chairs are known to be very gamer-focused, but I’ve used these chairs myself at the office and for home office work – then come back and play PC later. hours and I can safely say that I love the chair because all of use.
At first, I was a bit worried that the black-and-white logo would be too much, since most of my surroundings are minimalistic. However, I’m happy to say those fears are unfounded – my head often covers the logo, and it’s not noticeable when the chair is hidden under a desk.
The chair is sleek and comfortable, and the pillows are relatively comfortable for people who spend more than 10 hours a day sitting in the chair. The lumbar cushions and neck pillows are easily adjustable or even removable if they’re not your stuff, though I do find the high-density cushions particularly lovely to lean on.
Perhaps what impressed me most was the reclining ability of the chair. Seriously, you can almost get to 180 degrees lying down (155 degrees to be exact). As someone who enjoys the ability to recline and adjust while not missing a beat, this chair failed to impress. It’s comfortable and easy to adjust, and lying on my back is a great and new feature for me.
The worst thing
Leaning forward has led to some frustration. The chair is designed to recline, which is good. But if you lean too far forward on the arm of the chair, the whole chair will go with you. As you know, most office chairs suffer from this problem.
My biggest takeaway for the chair is that the seat height is higher than you might expect, even at its lowest setting. For me, being 5’6″ tall is not an issue, but rather a slightly different story for my chair users who are 5’3″ – 5’4″.
Even though the website says the chair is for users from 5 ′ 3” to 6 ′ 1”, one person’s feet are not fully on the floor on the lowest setting and that person is a few inches taller than me recommend E- Shortest WIN.
The person using the chair next to me said, “Personally, I really enjoy sitting slightly tilted with a yoga block or similar device under my feet to help with leg fatigue – so the height of the chair shouldn’t be an issue. big for me.” But it can be noticeable for those who are vertically challenged.
- Low average price compared to similar price
- Lean back 155 degrees
- Soft PU leather
- Comfortable foam chair
- Adjustable back and neck pillow
- Lower seat height can be high for short users
- No option for genuine leather
All in all, I was pleasantly surprised by the quality of this chair, especially for the price. I’ve only had it for a few months, but it has withstood all the abuse over 10 hours a day of use, constant movement, constant adjustments and constant “oh great, I can watch TV” . .
The E-Win Gaming Chair’s adjustability and ergonomic design make it the overall champion (pun intended) among chairs. One great thing about our office is that we are a tech magazine – and now, in the office – we look high-tech. You will love this chair.