PC & Console Peripherals

The right chair at the right price? SPC Gear SR300F V2

Nowadays one can sit 8 hours on the PC at the company and afterwards sit down at home also again for relaxation at the computer. Whoever has ever had an uncomfortable chair there, appreciates good chairs and that is also the reason why there are so many companies that offer chairs. If the chair should also look like something, then gaming chairs come into the program. Today we will take a closer look at the SPC Gear SR300F V2 RD to see if it not only looks good but is also comfortable.

Scope of delivery and construction

Before we take a closer look at the chair, of course we have to assemble it first. Even here, the carelessness of a manufacturer is often hidden, since you often need three or even four hands to build a gaming chair. Once you get the 20 kg package and open it up, you will notice that the parts are stacked very well together. If you now have some space, you can remove all parts from the package and assemble the chair with the manual.

All screws and also the cross screw Allen key, with which all screws can be tightened, are in an extra packaging, so that everything can be taken out together. In the first two steps, the rolls are placed on the base and the gas spring including the cover is positioned in the middle. Afterwards it is recommended to fix the cushions to the backrest. To do this, it is best to put the backrest on its side and connect the click fasteners in this way. By the way, the pillow is only equipped with a Velcro fastener.

In the fourth step, the backrest is screwed onto the seat. Here the precise work of the manufacturer pays off, because you can put the backrest between the metal struts and then it will not tip over. Thus one must carry out only fine work and find the correct position, in order to tighten the screws. So you definitely don’t need a third hand and you can easily assemble the chair on your own. In the fifth step, the covers for the metal struts are fixed, screwed tight with a screw, and with a black cover the screw hole becomes almost invisible. Here too, the manufacturer has done a precise job.

In order to connect the base with the seat, the mechanism is attached to the underside with four screws. In addition, the 2D armrests are also screwed on here. Here you can set your own preferences, as the armrests can be screwed a good 2 centimeters further out. Afterwards, you can also loosen the screws again if you want the armrests to sit a little further inwards. Last but not least, the upper part is placed on the gas pressure spring and the chair is ready to be assembled.

Frame construction: metal
Material of cover: fabric
Weight: 19.5 kg
Seat: width: inside: 360 mm, outside: 560 mm
depth: 480 mm
thickness: 100 mm
Backrest: width: inside: 340 mm, outside: 550 mm
height: 930 mm
thickness: 80 mm
Armrests: 2D, height: min: 270 mm, max: 340 mm
Ergonomics: backrest tiltable, height adjustable, lumbar and neck cushion
Gas spring: class 4, 175 mm
Maximum load: 120 kg
Price (MSRP): 164,99 €
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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 Berlin.

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