Racing Seat Office Chair

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Racing Seat Office Chair

As the moment my chair arrived, I put it together. Took me about around five mins to get it done. Everyone has their dividual comfort zone. Some say the chair is very comfortable or decent or awful. I say the chair's comfort zone for myself is decent. I am 6'2″ tall and in the picture of Body Shapes, I am a Square Rectangle. I can't lay back like a recliner chair because this is exactly like an office chair to not fall alseep. If you're looking for an recliner office chair, there expenive. Only Con/bad is this chair dose not have adjustable arms, which I knew when I bought it and I though it's not a big deal “to me”, but later on as I sit on it for 8+ hours I would like adjustable arms. But oh well, moving on, Everything else on the is great. I would say it's wroth your spending cash on this chair. The package was a little damaged as in Fedex Shipper send it to me with marks of boxes's corner rammed or smashed into my chair's box. But the product is well protected and clean and unmark damaged delievered to me. So yes, I think you as the reader as a customer would like this chair. Don't forget to get a Chair Mat like the Delecto 46″x60″ EconoMat Anytime-Use Chair Mat(carpet or Hardfloors) in the Walmart Store, If you're on a budget.

Racing Seat Office Chair

GT Omega Racing is one of the world's leading brand in Sim racing cockpits, racing office chairs and sim racing equipments. Our aim is to provide the best equipments with all our products, provide an equally high level of aftercare support.

Racing Seat Office Chair

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About Us GT Omega Racing is one of the world's leading brand in Sim racing cockpits, racing office chairs and sim racing equipments. Our aim is to provide the best equipments with all our products, provide an equally high level of aftercare support.

Racing Seat Office Chair

I skipped the boring steps of dragging the chair home and removing the old cushions. A perfect match between the chair base and the racing seat has absolutely no chance of occurring, or if it did, would have wasted a piece of luck better spent on winning a lottery. So assume you’ll need to make some kind of adapter. What to use? The average Joe or Jane has three choices — 1) Wood — easy to cut and drill but you’ll need at least 3/8″ (10mm) thick plywood or maybe 1×2 boards of something not too soft. Keep in mind the grain of the wood in relation to your adapter design. 2) Aluminum (Aluminium) — almost as easy to cut and drill as wood but you’ll likely need 1/4″ (6.5mm) thickness minimum. 3) STEEL — takes a bit more work to cut and drill but even 1/8″ (3mm) thickness will work in most cases. 3/16″ thick steel will handle just about anything. Note that most car frames are made with 1/4″ (6mm) mild steel, and they support static loads of over 2000 lbs (900 kg) no problemo. Other materials — plastics, composites, or exotic metals such as titanium — if you have these, you probably don’t need to read this instructable.

Racing Seat Office Chair

I received the chair and was very excited about putting it together, the construction of the chair is good as far as looks, once i sat in the chair the back of the chair would not adjust. I tried to tighten the bottom but that didn't work so I tried calling the company there was no one available to hold a conversation with they want an email. I emailed to let them know i would like a refund because the item is broken, I received an email to losen or tighten the chair but that's not the issue, emailed twice since then and have not heard anything from the company. I'm hoping this issue will be resolved but it's been 2 weeks and nothing is being done about it. Very disappointed in the company and Wal-Mart for dealing with a company who's customer service is not up to par.

Racing Seat Office Chair

I was skeptical about getting this chair as I have seen similar types that were priced at or above $900.00 First I need to say they ship it Fed Ex which was fantastic for me. I have major back issues and would not have been able to get this chair up the flight of stairs at my condo.They delivered it to my door in 90 degree weather and with a smile! Putting it together was fairly simple although I did need help holding two parts together to attach one bolt (due to back issues not chair issues)When assembled this chair sits up perfectly straight and has lower lumbar support.It has height adjustment so that it will fit any computer desk with correct height adjustment. The arms are padded as well as the rest of the chair.The blue parts are mesh with breathable padding for just enough flex in them to be firm but not too firm.The one thing I did notice is the “new car smell” the materials have , but it fades within days. Overall for the price I'd say it's definitely worth the money. Just remember , as with any prolonged sitting,you need to get up and move at least once an hour for at least 10 minutes. Happy Computing ! !

Racing Seat Office Chair

Step 6: Attach Plates to Seat and Mark for Base HolesShow All Items Secure both plates to the seat — notice I needed a couple of reminders so I didn’t lose track of which plate went where. Some kind of hard scribe or dimple would work better, as I discovered when I removed the plates for painting. Set the seat on the base and get the most even distribution of mass possible — both side-to-side and front-to-back. Err towards the front if like me you don’t want to measure with ruler or tape. Mark the holes for the base, remove the plates for drilling, re-attach for checking and hogging if needed.

Racing Seat Office Chair

Step 2: The Mating Ritual — Line Up the PiecesShow All Items This is to get a rough idea of how much distance your adapter has to cover. In my case, the lateral difference between the seat holes and the base holes was about an inch (2.5cm.) In the end, two pieces of 12″ x 2″ x 1/4″ (30cm x 5cm x 6.5mm) mild steel served as suitable pieces. A nice, big, square plate (about the size of a text book) would seem like a better solution, but in this case would not do much more because — 1) The base has plenty of strength where it attaches to the chair. It will not spread under load until maybe 300 lbs (140kg.) 2) The seat holes are basically nuts embedded in plastic so any failure will most likely manifest itself by pulling them straight out and not from the side.

This is to get a rough idea of how much distance your adapter has to cover. In my case, the lateral difference between the seat holes and the base holes was about an inch (2.5cm.) In the end, two pieces of 12″ x 2″ x 1/4″ (30cm x 5cm x 6.5mm) mild steel served as suitable pieces. A nice, big, square plate (about the size of a text book) would seem like a better solution, but in this case would not do much more because — 1) The base has plenty of strength where it attaches to the chair. It will not spread under load until maybe 300 lbs (140kg.) 2) The seat holes are basically nuts embedded in plastic so any failure will most likely manifest itself by pulling them straight out and not from the side.

The chair was shipped defective but usable, I figured it would at least last me awhile. After only 3 months the back is starting to snap off the base after normal use, unrelated to the initial defect. This is the worst chair I've ever gotten. I'm glad it was a Christmas present rather than purchasing it with my own money but still mad my parents had to spend their money on this piece of junk. I picked it out from this website myself hoping for a good computer chair, extremely disappointed.

Secure both plates to the seat — notice I needed a couple of reminders so I didn’t lose track of which plate went where. Some kind of hard scribe or dimple would work better, as I discovered when I removed the plates for painting. Set the seat on the base and get the most even distribution of mass possible — both side-to-side and front-to-back. Err towards the front if like me you don’t want to measure with ruler or tape. Mark the holes for the base, remove the plates for drilling, re-attach for checking and hogging if needed.

Step 7: Final AssemblyShow All Items Before you assemble everything for the final time, now is a good time to sit down and make sure your seat will hold your weight and not throw you on your backside because it sits too far to the rear. If you used bare steel, consider slapping a coat of paint on it for a few years’ added protection. My chair also needed the pivot pin knocked back into place and secured with a c-clip but the artistic part was finished. Once you assemble your piece, sit back, pop a cold one, and sip or chug to a job well done.

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