Good / The Homall Executive Swivel Leather Gaming Chair is a good price with a cool style and most features you’d need from a higher end gaming chair.
Bad / The Homall Executive Swivel Leather Gaming Chair might not be as comfortable as more expensive and premium options like DXRacer, or have the best wheels. Some taller users find the chair too small in the seat depth.
Verdict / For $100, the Homall Executive Swivel Leather Gaming Chair isn’t a bad deal. It looks cool, and performs well enough for the price tag.
Intro to Homall Executive Swivel Leather Gaming Chair Review
The Homall Executive Gaming chair is yet another DXRacer knockoff. DXRacer really revolutionized the “gaming swivel chair” with the bucket chair style. These gaming chairs were thus pulled straight out of racing cars with the straight back designed, and side ridges and wings that “hug” you to the seat. Additionally, you can lean back far and the chairs come with pillows.
The Homall Executive Swivel Leather Gaming Chair matches most of these features with pillows, a similar style, but the price point is much cheaper. In this Homall Executive Swivel Leather Gaming Chair review, I’ll discuss if the chair is worth a purchase, and for whom.
The Homall Executive Swivel Leather Gaming Chair is VERY cheap at only around $109. Compared to DXRacer chairs that start at $299 and go to up to $500 for the biggest/largest sizes, this is quite a bargain. Or is it just cheap since the quality is cheap?
According to the many users who’ve used the chair, the chair does seem to be cheaply made. Tons of users complain that the wheels fall off, and that the arms feel cheap. Additionally, some users complain that you can feel the metal bar within the seat. Let’s talk about more of these “comfort” features.
Comfort / Features
The Homall Executive Swivel Leather Gaming Chair comes with a decent amount of features–as you might expect from a racing style bucket seat gaming chair. You can lean back very far with the “lock for gaming”, rock in the chair, raise the chair up and down, and freely adjust the lumbar and head pillow.
The only bad things about the chair seem to be the materials used. The leather styled material on the outside seems a bit prone to wrinkling on the seat rest, and a lot of users complain that the seat is too firm and not very comfortable. It’s probably just cheaper foam than other chairs from DXRacer type brands, and the armrests aren’t adjustable. Some users have also complained that the seat is a bit small, which means that this chair wouldn’t be ideal for taller users with longer legs.
The basic design and shape of the chair is fine, since it just has the same straight back, high headrest, and flat seat. It should be fairly comfortable, and perhaps more so than other chairs in the $100 region. I’ve talked about another cheaper Homall gaming chair–which is a good option if you don’t want pillows or the exuberance of the Homall Executive Bucket seat styled chair.
Conclusion to Homall Executive Swivel Leather Gaming Chair Review
For $100, I don’t expect much from a chair since I’ve used and tested chairs in the $500-1000+ range, so the Homall Executive Swivel Leather Gaming Chair doesn’t seem that bad really. You get a cool racing designed chair for cheap with some colors to choose from and a decent design they just kind of copied.
Sure, it might be a bit firm and not last for years to come, but the experience feels worth $100 if you just want a budget gaming chair to use a few hours a day. However, if you plan on sitting longer than 4+ hours, I would spring the extra few hundred bucks for a real DXRacer type chair or perhaps some of these DXRacer Alternatives.