AKRacing Onyx Series Chair
AKRacing Onyx Series Chair
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Product Description
Aesthetically, the Onyx Series chair from AKRacing is about as sophisticated as it gets. Crafted with high-density mould-shaping foam with an optional upgrade to top grain leather front cover on the Deluxe Series model, the Onyx is comfy and accommodating to give you the best fit possible Read More
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 Aesthetically, the Onyx Series chair from AKRacing is about as sophisticated as it gets. Crafted with high-density mould-shaping foam with an optional upgrade to top grain leather front cover on the Deluxe Series model, the Onyx is comfy and accommodating to give you the best fit possible. Look to the 3D adjustable armrests for your desired arm position. To adjust the chair’s height, use the class-four gas lift, which can support up to a whopping 330 pounds. For those longer days at the office or on the sticks, you can recline the chair all the way back to 180 degrees for a nap. The tilt angle also locks in place if need be. All of that functionality sits atop a five-star aluminum base, steel frame, and large 2.6-inch casters. 

 Note: At checkout you will have the option to upgrade to the Deluxe Series model which includes top grain leather for (+$50). 

This is a last chance sale on the 2017 Onyx models. 

This drop has limited quantities available.  

Due to escalated shipping rates, shipping to the non-contiguous US is not available for this drop. Any orders from Alaska, Hawaii, Puerto Rico, and other American territories will be cancelled.

About AKRacing

Fresh designs, bold colors, and industry-leading attention to detail. What more could you ask for? Since its founding, AKRacing has stuck to these principles in every aspect of its work—which could be why they’ve gained a reputation in the world of eSports sponsoring well-known groups like Team Dignitas, Team HellRaisers, and Team Torpedo.

Specs
  • Frame Material: Steel
  • Frame Color: Black
  • Chair Cover Material:PU Leather (Deluxe Model has Top Grain Leather on front, PU leather on back) 
  • Foam Type: High Density Mould Shaping Foam
  • Foam Density: 55 kg/m³ (seat) 50 kg/m³ (back)
  • Foam Total Weight: 8.6lbs
  • Adjustable Armrests: 3-D (Up & down, left and right, angle left to right)
  • Armrest Pad Size: 260*95*29.5mm | 10.2*3.7*1.1 inches
  • Minimum Armrest Height: 11inches | 280mm
  • Maximum Armrest Height: 14 inches | 355mm
  • Mechanism Type: Pro Mechanism
  • Adjustable Tilt Angle: 3~18°
  • Tilt Lock: Yes
  • Tilt Angle Lock: Yes
  • Recline angle: 90-180°
  • Gas Lift Class: Class 4 gaslift
  • Adjustable Back Angle: Yes
  • Adjustable Lumbar Cushion: Yes
  • Adjustable Headrest: Yes
  • Base Type: 5 Star Aluminum base
  • Caster Size: 2.5” | 65mmx53mm
  • Package Size: 35x28x19 inches | 88.5x72x47cm
  • Weight Capacity: 330lbs | 150kg
  • Net Weight: 48.5lbs | 22kg
  • Meets/Exceeds ANSI/BIFMA Standards: Yes
Included
  • Leather neck and lumbar support cushions
  • AKRacing 5-Year Warranty on the Chair/10-Year Warranty on the Frame
Shipping Disclaimer

Due to escalated shipping rates, shipping to the non-contiguous US is not available for this drop. Any orders from Alaska, Hawaii, Puerto Rico, and other American territories will be cancelled.

Shipping

Domestic orders will be shipped by the vendor.

Estimated ship date is Feb 26, 2018 PT.

After this product run ends, payment will be collected and orders will be submitted to the vendor up front, making all orders final. Check the discussion for updates on your order.

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I came across this chair secondhand on facebook marketplace for $190. Within the first 20 minutes of use I encountered the same "tilt stuck all the way back" problem that others were experiencing here. Obviously, warranty repair would be a limited option for me - i have the original receipt, but not the original purchasing account. Because of this, I disassembled the chair. All you need to do to fix the issue is re-seat the rock n' lock mechanism's gear. First, detach the chair from it's base (4 allen screws). Once you have the base by itself, you need to pop the plastic cover off of the top of the base - it's held in by plastic tabs at three points. This can be done with a vehicle trim removal tool, screwdriver, etc. Once you have the cover off you will see the cause of the problem - their poorly designed pressed-sheet-metal gear actually moves in a way that it lets the lip it interfaces with dip below the gear itself. Once it's below the gear, the only way to fix it is to disassemble it. In order to fix it, you have to compress the tilt mechanism so it's leaned all the way back. Be sure the tilt lever is in the "up" position. While you have the tilt mechanism compressed, use a pick or metal pry tool to hold the gear back on it's spring mechanism and release the base gently - it should return to the standard flat position. I found this easiest to do while the steel cover (held in by 4 allen screws) was removed from inside the tilt mechanism - removing it may be an extra step, but necessary if you're trying to do it by yourself. This greatly reduces the force necessary to compress the tilt mechanism, but if you do it be sure to seat the two plastic bushing/spacer doohickeys properly on the tilt lever. This was all from memory, with any request I will happily make my chair do the same thing again so I can take photos the next time i fix it. Any questions, i will do my best to answer. The best long term solution for me was tightening the tension on the tilt and being careful about leaning too far back.