Wednesday, May 19th 2021

SPC Gear Presents SR400 Series of Gaming Chairs

SPC Gear, the gaming label of the European manufacturer SilentiumPC, presents a new line of gaming chairs, focusing on high durability, eye-catching appearance and comfortable bucket chair design. The new SR400 series consists of three models using high-quality ecological PU leather and two models utilizing the breathable fabric. The different color schemes and material choices appeal to most gamers on the one hand, while the metal-reinforced frame combined with a backrest and seat made of molded foam ensures high comfort on the other hand. A variety of adjustment options, including the height of the 3D armrests to inclination of the backrest, further improve comfort and sitting posture. Thanks to their attractive design, the SR400 and SR400F both suit gamer's workstation and more toned-down office environments.
Comfort meets style
The SPC Gear SR400 chairs provide comfort during long sessions in front of the computer and are the perfect every day gaming chair next to a tastefully arranged battle-station at the same time. The series was inspired by racing car seats in terms of shape, designed to best support the user's body in the key areas of the spine, particularly the lumbar and cervical sections.
Outstanding durability
The SPC Gear SR400 chairs are finished with high-quality ecological PU leather, while the SR400F models using breathable fabric. Both are pleasant to the touch, while the fabric models are exceptionally useful during hot summer days. The core of the durable build of the SPC Gear SR400 chairs is the steel frame supported by elastic straps. It provides stability and high strength to all key components, from the backrest to the seat and the base. The five-star steel base itself connects to the seat via a fourth-class gas-lift with a static load capacity of up to 150 kg. SPC Gear uses enlarged wheels that are also coated with a nylon layer, ensuring that their edges will not scratch the floor.

Highly adjustable
The SR400 and SR400F chairs are equipped with a gas lift of the highest, fourth class allowing the users to adjust the height of the seat to their respective height. The supported range is 75 millimeters, making the chairs ideal for users between 165 and 185 centimeters. The backrest is one of the elements that can be used to change the position quickly. A special mechanism makes it possible to recline the backrest by as much as 170° to a nearly lying position or to place it completely vertically in relation to the seat at 90°. In addition to that, the SR400 chairs are equipped with a TILT function. It allows users to tilt the entire seat by up to 18°. Thanks to that mechanism, it is possible to adjust the amount of force required to tilt the chair. All of these features increase the structural stability and control over the chair's positioning.
Two cushions included
Two special cushions ensure proper support of the lumbar and cervical spine sections. The cushions are supplied with each SR400 and SR400F chair. Their positions can also be adjusted according to each users preference. The filling of the cushions is matched so that the lower one is firmer, thanks to memory foam for support of the lumbar region. The upper cushion is a much softer pillow, used mainly for relaxation and helps develop a proper body posture.

The SPC Gear SR400 and SR400F lineup is available from today.
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10 Comments on SPC Gear Presents SR400 Series of Gaming Chairs

#1
Valantar
... sigh. Yet another racing-style gaming chair with literally zero seat adjustments (no tilt, no sliding, no synchronous tilt with the back), and the terrible car-seat style back tilt mechanism. Oh, and the shoulder-squeezing upper "wings" of course. Could someone please tell chair makers that the seating position when playing games is pretty fundamentally different from when driving a racing car? Also, pretty few people sit 8+ hours a day in a racing car. That is simply not what this style of seat is designed for.
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#2
Chrispy_
SMH at yet another brand jumping on this stupid bandwagon.
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#3
neatfeatguy
That chair looks like all the other "gaming" chairs that are coming out.

Do companies just go to one manufacturer and say, "We see all the other guys using your chair, so....Slap my name on it and maybe change around the color scheme a bit! Oh, and maybe do something with the arm rests. You know, maybe something different looking or whatever."
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#4
Chomiq
neatfeatguyThat chair looks like all the other "gaming" chairs that are coming out.

Do companies just go to one manufacturer and say, "We see all the other guys using your chair, so....Slap my name on it and maybe change around the color scheme a bit! Oh, and maybe do something with the arm rests. You know, maybe something different looking or whatever."
That's exactly what it is. All chairs like that basically come from same factory.
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Valantar
neatfeatguyThat chair looks like all the other "gaming" chairs that are coming out.

Do companies just go to one manufacturer and say, "We see all the other guys using your chair, so....Slap my name on it and maybe change around the color scheme a bit! Oh, and maybe do something with the arm rests. You know, maybe something different looking or whatever."
Yes. That is exactly the case.
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#6
my_name_is_earl
The arm rest of these type of chair will wore out in about a year. Buy real leather or avoid these type of chair.
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Chrispy_
neatfeatguyThat chair looks like all the other "gaming" chairs that are coming out.

Do companies just go to one manufacturer and say, "We see all the other guys using your chair, so....Slap my name on it and maybe change around the color scheme a bit! Oh, and maybe do something with the arm rests. You know, maybe something different looking or whatever."
GamersNexus did a good video on it, going so far as to get quotes as a potential customer for their own branded gaming chair.

They're garbage chairs made to maximise profits with zero quality of desing or ergonomics. You can get premium materials and bolster cushions but it doesn't change the underlying fact that they are terrible chairs.

Edit, nevermind, @Valantar has already linked it; I need to F5 harder.
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#8
DeathtoGnomes
I cant add to whats been said already, I agree that its garbage with a fresh coat of paint and a bigger sticker price.
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#9
Caring1
PU is NOT leather and should not be used in the same sentence.
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Chrispy_
Caring1PU is NOT leather and should not be used in the same sentence.
They have the nerve to call it "breathable fabric" :laugh:

Poking pinholes holes in polyurethane does not make it breathable. It's still 99.999% non-permeable, sweat-inducing plastic.
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