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Gamewarez Relax Series Bundle – Gaming Seat in Long-term Test


The quality of the armchair appears very good after two months of testing with intensive use. The contained EPS beads did not lose their structure and were not compressed.

The package contained information about a refill pack with new EPS beads. After long use, the beanbag can be breathed new life into when the beads have lost their structure. However, in my opinion this is only necessary after a few years.

Also the seams and the fabric look high quality. There are no signs of wear here, although the armchair was occasionally abused by my cats as a scratching tree. Also the Gamewarez beanbag did not have any escaping filling material in contrast to competing products.

Practical Additional Functions

The comfortable and high-quality Relax armchair is complemented by practical additional functions. Next to the headrest there is a holder for headsets and headphones.

There is also a small pocket on both sides of the armchair that is sufficient for controllers, remote controls or snacks as well as drinks.


The Relax Series is currently available in eight versions, which only differ in colour.

The RX Blue, RX Green, RX Pink and RX Red versions are mainly black. Only small accents such as the seams, the patch with the manufacturer logo and the holder for the headset as well as the headrests differ from each other in these models.

The Comougflage version, which is delivered in a classic camouflage pattern, is significantly different in colour. Also here the sides of the furniture are black and the seams orange-red.

The sixth version is the Ice model, with a blue seat and black sides.

The poison green Venom variant combines black side panels with a yellow green design.

The last choice with the name Fire comes in the shining fire red. Also here the sides are black like with the other models.

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Simon Lüthje

I am co-founder of this blog and am very interested in everything that has to do with technology, but I also like to play games. I was born in Hamburg, but now I live in Bad Segeberg.

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