nobelchairs Epic Real Leather Gaming Chair Review
Published: 16th May 2016 | Source: nobelchairs | Price: £439.99 |
Wrapping up the Build
Putting the back into onto the base is probably the only part of the build where a second person would be helpful. It's doable with one if needs must, by having two people helps support the back whilst it's positioned. With the four large screws fixing it rigidly in place the full torque of the reclining feature can be brought to bear. The last two screws are combined with some covers to keep the whole thing looking neat and tidy. With a reclining lever on the right hand side of the chair, coupled to the height and tilt adjustment underneath, you can be certain of getting it 'just so'.
As well as being height adjustable as we saw earlier, the arms also support adjustment on the X and Z axes. With a simple button press you have a centimetre or so of adjustment out and in, useful for slender/chubbier people. The arms are also capable of being moved forwards and back, and the following four photographs demonstrate the extent of the adjustability of the nobelchairs Epic. Everything that could be done to help ensure maximum user comfort has been done.
Matching the gold thread logo on the side of the seat, nobelchairs provide both a lumbar pillow and a neck pillow in the silkiest, softest material we've ever felt. We don't know whether it's fur or alcantara suede but it feels like it's made from kittens.
Even the band which attaches the head pillow to the chair is of a high quality. Rather than just stick some elastic on and be done with it, nobelchairs have a double wide strip of elastic with a protective inner layer of material guaranteeing that the leather wont remotely be marked by it.