Friday, November 25th 2016

Tesoro Introduces New Product Line: Releases its Zone Balance Gaming Chair

Tesoro, a leading designer and manufacturer of high-tech gaming hardware, introduced a new product line to the Tesoro brand with its Zone Balance professional gaming chairs. Combining unique design with versatility and extreme comfort, the new Zone Balance is available in black/red, black/white, and black/black color options.

The dimensionally stable Zone Balance also sports an adjustable back up to 180 degrees and features a class-4 gas piston that offers users the freedom of easy height adjustment. Bringing together all the essentials in an affordable yet luxurious package, the Zone Balance allows you to get in the zone, and stay there.
In the design of the Zone Balance, Tesoro set its focus on choosing premium materials that offer true ergonomics with unmatched durability. Anchored by a solid steel frame for optimal sturdiness, the Zone Balance sports high density cold core foam covered with uniquely designed polyurethane (PU) faux leather delivering enhanced durability, and splash resistance. The foundation of the Zone Balance includes a sturdy steel 5-star base for max load support and custom racing caster wheels coated with PU for soft and smooth gliding on any surface. The Zone Balance gaming chair is equipped with all the essential adjustment features for comfortable, healthy, long duration use. Built for stability for a range of sizes and to support neck, shoulder and lumbar support, the Zone Balance features a heightened backrest with adjustable head and lumbar cushions and 3D adjustable armrests allowing users to conform to their needs and avoid arm discomfort and fatigue.

Features:
  • Ergonomics - high back rest for full spinal column support
  • Patent race car seat design with PU leather
  • Headrest and lumbar cushions
  • 180° tilt mechanism
  • Adjustable height and arm rests
  • 5-star steel base
  • Class-4 gas spring
  • Metal base and high density foam filling
  • Embroidered Tesoro logo on front and back of headrest
No information on pricing was available at time of writing.
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19 Comments on Tesoro Introduces New Product Line: Releases its Zone Balance Gaming Chair

#1
alucasa
I am sick of gaming this, gaming dat.

Sick of it. Gaming is overrated. What next? Gaming condom?
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#2
ZoneDymo
alucasa said:
I am sick of gaming this, gaming dat.

Sick of it. Gaming is overrated. What next? Gaming condom?
Gaming overrated? even if you are not into it, it has been the biggest thing in the world for entertainment for a while now....so seems logical for a company to throw a "gaming" in their product to try to catch even a small portion of that...
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#3
Bayfront Benny
alucasa said:
I am sick of gaming this, gaming dat.

Sick of it. Gaming is overrated. What next? Gaming condom?
Yeah and then they'll be calling it malware or Trojan
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#4
Devon68
Sick of it. Gaming is overrated. What next? Gaming condom?
You should know by now that the gaming condom is nothing special if it has no RBG lights so you can actually see where you put it.
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#6
FreedomEclipse
~Technological Technocrat~
"Patent race car seat design"

Does this mean other chair makers arent allowed to make chairs that look like racing seats??
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#8
THE_EGG
Haha yeh, "patent race car seat design" what a joke. I tried out a couple of DXRacer and Thermaltake race chairs and didn't find them all that comfy. I ended up with an IKEA Markus chair for half the price of most of the "gaming" race chairs. Not only is it more comfy but it looks nicer too imo. I honestly think if you're prepared to spend big on one of those racing chairs, it's probably better to spend a little more and get a Herman Miller office chair or something like that.
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#9
MxPhenom 216
Corsair Fanboy
alucasa said:
I am sick of gaming this, gaming dat.

Sick of it. Gaming is overrated. What next? Gaming condom?
Sit in a Maxnomic Need for Seat gaming chair. Im sure youll eat your words.
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#10
Prima.Vera
MxPhenom 216 said:
Sit in a Maxnomic Need for Seat gaming chair. Im sure youll eat your words.
500$ for a stupid chair?? Yeah right...
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#11
Ferrum Master
Prima.Vera said:
500$ for a stupid chair?? Yeah right...
Actually a normal chair with proper mechanics cost around 300-500€. And it is really rubbish.
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#12
MxPhenom 216
Corsair Fanboy
Prima.Vera said:
500$ for a stupid chair?? Yeah right...
No? Thats their highest end one. They have ones in the low $300 mark. Im planning to get their $370 one soon. Im not buying another chair below $200.

They use better foam (memory foam), totally metal construction for the frame, not wood. My friend got a Maxnomic chair and now i really want one after trying it for a day.
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#13
Antykain
NCIX.com ca has this Tesoro 'Gaming' chair listed for $279.99 on Pre-Order.. While I've been toying with the idea of buying one of these 'gaming' chairs for my next computer chair purchase, I'm still quite happy with my Serta Office computer chair. Extremely comfortable without all the gaming aesthetics that really turn me off anyway.
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#14
Caring1
Stupid design, they had to make them with 5 legs because too many people were tipping over in the old 4 leg design, and now they make them lay back 180 degrees, what could possibly go wrong. :shadedshu:
If you want to lay down and nap, get on the sofa or go to bed.
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#15
Antykain
Caring1 said:
Stupid design, they had to make them with 5 legs because too many people were tipping over in the old 4 leg design, and now they make them lay back 180 degrees, what could possibly go wrong. :shadedshu:
If you want to lay down and nap, get on the sofa or go to bed.
Most, if not all, office chairs these days are going to have 5 legs.. mainly due to safety reasons. There are very few office/gaming chair manufacturers that you will find making 4-leg chairs. And any OSHA compliant work environment (in the United States mind you) will not use 4-leg chairs due to tipping danger. Pretty much any office/gaming manufacturer that plan on selling their chairs for use in any workplace or even household use is going to have a 5-leg design these days.. liability suits are a @#$%&. Even if the said chairs do come with a disclaimer tag for improper use to prevent tipping. o.O
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#19
Athlonite
Gasaraki said:
What's PU leather?
it's where they take a very very thin sliver of leather and glue it to Polyurethane in our country you are not allowed to refer to it as an leather product because it isn't
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