Massdrop x AKRacing Aero Gaming Chair

Massdrop x AKRacing Aero Gaming Chair

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Based on AKRacing’s popular Premium V2 gaming chair, the Massdrop x AKRacing Aero is designed for maximum comfort, whether you’re locked in an intense FPS match or cranking out emails. And this Massdrop-exclusive version has some key upgrades you won’t find anywhere else Read More
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How comfortable would this be for a fairly short person?
xKeegan
5
Dec 13, 2019
If you are much shorter than like 6' your head would be against the hard plastic piece in the back unless you use the pillow. I wouldn't recommend it for anyone under 5'10".
Invisabro
2
Dec 17, 2019
I'd agree with this statement. I'm about 5' 10" myself and would say the chair is on the larger side of comfortable. I can sit in it with my back fully up against the backrest and have my feet firmly on the floor, and with the armrests adjusted all the way in and all the way back they're aaalmost right where I want them. If I could shrink everything down like, 5-10% and keep the adjustability, I'd say it would be about perfect for someone my size.
Tama-Chan
0
Jan 25, 2020
I'm 5'8". I find the chair to be pretty comfortable still. The wings on the "waist " end up sitting just a little below my shoulders but because they are plenty cushioned they are quite fine to rest the back of my upper arms on. Arms rest and legs aren't really an issue since you can adjust all the heights. I find the head pillow sits just above my preferred position of the lower head/neck so I often pull it down when I sit down. As long as I have the pillow support my neck I find no discomfort on the back of my head. The backrest pillow I find to be on the larger size for me so I am adjusting it more than my previous chair. All in all very fine chair for my height, but I do have to adjust the pillows on it more than my previous chair.
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aryeh.levi
1
Dec 13, 2019
Anyone else have a back that failed already?
aGalban
26
Jan 30, 2020
Mine literally failed yesterday afternoon. I was sitting in my chair, I put my hands up in the air and started leaning back to get the chair to tilt and suddenly the back fell out on the chair. Turns out that the top screw for one of the brackets that holds the back to the chair stripped/broke and the screw came out causing me to nearly fall out of the chair onto my head.
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What's the frame made of?
GGlover
10
Mar 23, 2020
Steel and Aluminum. The legs are aluminum and the seatback frame has steel belt-like strips. You can actually displace the padding from the seatback from the front of the seat and see the structure quite easily (not sure why this is accessible but it is) and it looks like there are about 4 or 5, 1" wide, 1/8" thick steel 'belts'. Under the foam on the seat bottom it is also supported by what appears to be nylon webbing.
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JohnnyE
4
Apr 3, 2020
A year+ later, can someone tell me how to attach this head pillow?
Trashcanjoey
0
Apr 7, 2020
The head pillow has a elastic strap and you just slide it on the head rest.
Anyone know when the last drop for this was?