|Materials||Seating Surface Material: Half PU Leather
Seat Back Material: Half PU Leather
Chair Base Material: Nylon
Seat Foam Type: Polyurethane foam
Seat Frame Construction: Metal
Wheel Material: Polyurethane
|Adjustable Armrests||4D (Up/Down, Left/Right, Front/Back, Swivel)|
|Adjustable Backrest Angle/ Recline||90-170°|
|Max Load||120.0 Kg|
|Package Dimension||88cm x 69cm x 35cm|
|Seating Area||56.0cm x 58.0cm|
|Height Adjustability||Maximum Seat Height: 48.0cm
Minimum Seat Height: 41.5cm
|Others||Gas Lift Specification: 85mm stroking height|
Corsair T1 Race Gaming Chair Black/Blue
The Corsair T1 Race Gaming Chair Black/Blue is a sophisticated gaming chair from Corsair that provides you with the best relaxing feeling. The Gaming Chair body frame is made with high-grade metal and the base is made with Nylon materials. This Corsair Gaming Chair can support up to 120 Kg of load. The seating fabric is made with half PU Leather and foam out of Polyurethane material. The gaming chair is equipped with 4D Armrest that can be modified and set to the best position for you.
SIT DOWN FOR THIS
The Corsair T1 Race Gaming Chair Black/Blue delivers racing inspired design and comfort, combined with the highest quality materials for a professional gaming experience.
It features a steel skeleton with a dense foam cushion providing strength, durability, and comfort for years to come. The 4D movement armrests with 3D texture add variable armrest positions and additional comfort. Nylon caster rollerblade wheels provide smooth movement on hard surfaces and protects your flooring from scratches.
RECLINING SEAT BACK
Recline the back of your chair to get the most comfortable position possible with massive adjustability between 90 to 180° range. Adjustable PU leather wrapped neck and lumbar pillows provide extra support where you need it most.
SOLID STEEL SKELETON WITH DENSE FOAM CUSHIONS
Solid steel construction enables you to plant yourself and ensures sturdiness for years to come.
Raise or lower the height of the armrests, move them left or right, forwards or backwards, or swivel them to your desired location. Complete customization for the perfect position, enabled by mechanical control.
HEIGHT ADJUSTABLE SEATING
Raise or lower the seat height effortlessly, and stay there with a steel construction gaslift.
TILT FUNCTION WITH TILT LOCK
With the ability to have the chair tilt or be fixed you can customize your overall angle for an additional 10° of range.
GLIDE WITH NYLON CASTER WHEELS
Heavy duty wheels stay-put when you’re gaming, provide stability on all surfaces, but also glide when you need to shift your position.
CORSAIR T1 RACE GAMING CHAIR REVIEW
Corsair announced its new series of T1 Race Gaming Chair Black/Yellow. Resemblances to sports and production rally car seats are purely intentional, as the chair even has holes in the backrest for the shoulder straps of your five-point harness to match its T1 Race name. Unlike the seats that came with your car, however, this one arrived in a box (weighing in at 57 pounds) and required assembly.
Components are primarily factory assembled, requiring users to only bolt the back to the seat and the seat to the base. Everything else snaps together.
You’ve probably heard several of Corsair’s competitors brag about having a metal base, but Corsair saved a bit of weight here by including one of the heaviest plastic bases we’ve seen, rather than an even-heavier metal casting. By design alone, this base isn’t going to be a problem.
Get It Together
The box of hardware includes only an Allen wrench, two spare screws, two sets of side covers (one spare set), a Class 4 gas lift, a telescoping dust skirt for the lift, and a set of roller castors. One key element of the castors is that they use urethane roller blade wheels, which roll more easily on hard floors. The pivots also have ball bearings to eliminate the “stuck castor” phenomenon often found on cheaper chairs when you make a J-turn exit (from your keyboard, of course).
The instruction manual is reasonably easy to follow, but most users probably won’t need it. That’s a shame, because you might miss the facts that 1) the red cap on the lift needs to be removed, and 2) the castors are supposed to be installable using nothing more than firm pressure from your hand. That second point is laughable, as pressing and wiggling the castors while bracing the top of the base against my leg, so hard that I bruised my thigh, got them only halfway in. The manual didn’t suggest that I should try pulling them out and greasing the pin, so I instead flipped the base onto the floor (wheels down) and stomped on each corner until my foot went numb. That did the trick.
The side covers install over the side screws using snap connectors that engage in alternative holes. One of the holes on each side is at the pivot point. We highly recommend using a flashlight to assist the alignment of the snap pins with snap holes, unless you’d prefer to figure out why Corsair included a second set of side covers. Pillows are attached with straps and can be moved vertically, although the neck pillow will need to be relocated to the head rest for most people over 5’4″ (or 162cm).
The side includes a backrest inclination adjustment lever, a seat height lever, and an armrest height button. Sliding the height adjustment inward locks the base, which has an adjustable-resistance tilt spring.
Two more buttons inside the armrests allow the pads to slide in and out, forward and back. The in-and-out function is in addition to the slots on the brackets that secure the arms to the base of the chair so that it’s able to adjust quickly to people of similar size.