You can find chairs built for extremely tall or heavy users, and then chairs built for smaller users or average users. In this DXRacer Drifting Series review, I’ll go over what the DXRacer Drifting Series brings to the table in terms of making it unique, and then I’ll also discuss who the ideal gamer is for this chair. Also, is the DXRacer Drifting Series worth the price?
With the Vertagear Racing Series chair, the features, quality, and price complement each other to create a solid chair that can be used in any office setting. Few other chairs at this price offer this level of adjustability and high quality of materials.
With the Vertagear Triigger 275, however, the focus has been shifted to creating the ultimate all-in-one chair for any purpose users might put it. It can be used for gaming, in the office, on the balcony reading a favorite book and so much more. All that comes in a simple package that can be adjusted in as many ways as one wishes.
The DXRacer Racing series chair compares similarly to my previously reviewed Formula Series Chair review. Besides the Formula Chair, the Racing Series chair is pretty much the iconic “DXRacer chair”, and it’s one that I see frequently recommended by DXRacer themselves.
While the chair isn’t exactly an ergonomic chair like the Steelcase Leap, it could still be a good introductory gaming chair. In this Merax Racing Chair Review, I’ll check out the comfort and features of the chair to help you decide if it’s worth a $79.99 purchase.
Streamers and professional gamers who spend long hours in their chairs spend money on or get sponsored by companies which build chairs meant to be sat in for longer periods of time, and DXRacer was one of the first companies to bring their gaming chair ideas to the market.Their foundational company was racing chairs–which should come as no surprise, but this “racing gaming chair” trend stuck and gamers started to pick up and attract to the style.