Arozzi Verona V2 Gaming Chair Review 5

Arozzi Verona V2 Gaming Chair Review

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Value and Conclusion

  • The Arozzi Verona V2 chair retails for $299 in the States and is listed for €259 in the EU.
  • Affordable price
  • Soft PU upholstery
  • Weight limit of 140 kg (309 lb)
  • Adjustable neck- and lumbar-support pillows
  • Adjustable dimensions
  • Metal frame
  • Recline of 90-160 degrees
  • Rocking function
  • Seven different color combinations
  • Optional accessories
  • Not enough cushioning on the seat's base
  • The rocking function is a bit stiff
  • The left seat-mount cover popped out after a couple of days
Arozzi has been setting itself high goals since its establishment. Comfort and ergonomics are what drive its designers to create new chairs. An abundance of chair models in a variety of color combinations can thus now be found on Arozzi's website. In the special edition section, you will even find chair models dedicated to specific games.

This is the first chair I have reviewed from the Swedish company. The chair's aesthetics are inspired by the sports bucket seats in sports cars. The chair features basic ergonomics and is affordably priced. It is clearly a base model for mainstream users, and the use of a soft PU upholstery and 2D armrests thus makes complete sense. However, with that said, both the PU and plastic components used are of fine quality. I do have to wait for a certain time to see whether the upholstery will age well. This chair's dimensions, lightweight metal frame, and three elastic bands under the seat make sure the user is seated well and that the chair can hold and support a body weight of up to 140 kg (309 lb). In terms of ergonomics, the backrest's angle can range from 90-160 degrees. There is also a 360 degrees swivel, the chair's height can be adjusted, a rocking function is included, and the armrests are 2D. The armrests have impressed me positively since both come with indentations for a better grip of the forearm. This chair's dimensions make it an ideal choice for small gaming spots, while the color combination of black and white and its geometrical motif definitely place it into the gaming chair category.

However, there are some downsides as well. Our sample had a stitching flaw on the back, which most likely occurred as the stitching took place. Another downside is that the left seat-mount cover just wouldn't fit and kept popping out. The caster wheels' lubrication and bucket-seat design could render this chair suitable for Formula One competitions (with chairs, not cars)! These caster wheels are set into motion easily, especially on smooth surfaces. Even so, this chair is a fine choice once it is used on a carpet or a floor mat since it will move along such surfaces easily, though not too easily. I found its rocking mechanism to be slightly rougher than that of other chairs I have used thus far. Lastly, the cushioning feels adequate but at least the headrest should have slightly more.

The Verona V2 gaming chair comes in seven different color combinations: black, blue, green, gray, orange, red, and white, and each of these goes for $299. This is the first gaming chair with such an affordable price tag and a basic ergonomic feature set I have reviewed, and I can recommend it to those looking for an entry-level chair because they are on a budget.
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