As a gamer, there’s nothing more important than comfort, especially if you’re a streamer. Streamers are sitting down for long periods at a time, and with a bad chair, that could mean lower back strain and discomfort. So, I can’t stress how important it is to invest in a gaming chair that’s going to keep you comfortable.ewinracing hero gaming chair review

Enter the EWin Hero Series Ergonomic Computer Gaming Chair, a chair that’s built with those long play sessions in mind. It starts with a strong durable steel frame that serves as the chair’s structural groundwork. On that frame, E-Win added a super thick layer of cold molding high-density memory foam that adds the comfort. The final touch is the addition of the PU leather that covers the chair, adding the final layer of style as to not make the chair a visual eyesore. The final result is an impressive-looking gaming chair that’s comfortable as well.

There are three colorways available: red, a cool blue, and lime green.

The chair comes well-packaged, and it’s safely packed in foam and wrapped in plastic to protect it during shipping. If you’re ever put together any office chair, putting together the EWin Hero Series chair shouldn’t be challenging, as it’s the same process. First, snap the wheels into the five-star base. Then, put the hydraulic unit into the base and add the plastic cover over it. Once the hydraulic unit and its cover are in place, you can attach the back of the chair to the chair’s seat (simply remove the four bolts, line up the holes, and screw the four bolts back in). Of course, it uses hex screws (and yes, the hex driver you’ll need is included in the box).

Once the back and seat are together, flip the chair over and attach the control unit by first removing the four bolts then lining up the holes and screwing those bolts back in. Once it’s attached, you simply turn the chair over and put it onto the hydraulic unit. Boom, your chair is together. The process took a total of 15-minutes for us to complete.

As far as the chair’s features, you’ll find a lot of small touches that make this one of the better chairs on the market for its price range. First, it has adjustable armrests, so you can set them to the height best suited for your own personal comfort. All too often, chair manufacturers overlook the fact that not everyone sitting in the chair is the same height, so their arms aren’t necessarily going to be most comfortable with a default one-size-fits-all height. What’s more, the armrests are made out of soft PVC with some padding and not just hard plastic as you’d find in some other chairs.

Secondly, the Hero Series features a reclining back, allowing you sit back and relax if you’re watching a movie or something a little less involved than playing a competitive game. It reclines in the same way a normal car seat would recline, with a side lever that you pull up until you’ve found the angle you’re looking for.

In the comfort area, this chair leaves little if anything to be desired. The padding is soft enough to be comfortable but hard enough to give you support and structure. It’s clear that building an exoskeleton of sorts and adding padding over it is the way to go. Thanks to the added adjustable head and lower back pillows (that you can also remove entirely if you’d prefer, by the way), it’s harder to find an uncomfortable position than it is to find a comfortable one.

My only gripe with this chair is a small one, and it’s that the wheels don’t work as well as they should. They don’t fully spin in every direction as you’d expect, and at times, it feels as though you’re dragging one of the five wheels in a direction it isn’t supposed to go in. It’s not something that’s always occurring, though, and you just have to catch the wheel facing the wrong direction for the way you’re moving for it to be an annoyance.

The EwinRacing gaming chair might feel a bit pricey for some, coming in at $359 at the time of writing this. But, in reality, it’s not much more than a high-end office chair you’d find at, say, Staples or Best Buy, and it’s packed with features. If you’re looking for the perfect cross between comfort and style, the Hero Series Gaming Chair is a great choice.

 NOTE: This is a review post from Nerdmuch.
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EWin Champion Series Gaming Chair Review: Sturdy, Comfy, and Sleek (Oh My!)

The Champion gaming chair from EWin boasts a sturdy design with maximized comfort for your marathon gaming sessions.

I’ve never owned a nice office chair. In the many, many years that I’ve spent hunched over my desk, grinding MMO dungeons and carrying teams in MOBA matches, I’ve only ever used sub-par chairs that offer the bare minimum in terms of comfort. And in the last few weeks, my current desk chair has finally started showing signs of its mortality — mostly by swiveling as far left as possible any time I don’t plant my feet firmly on the floor.

Needless to say, getting my hands on an actual gaming chair meant for long-term comfort was long overdue. Enter the Champion Series gaming chair from EWin — an ergonomic office-style chair that’s made with marathon gamers in mind.

EWin’s designs echo the familiar aesthetic of brands like DXRacer, which you’ll see behind nearly every streamer on Twitch. But does it offer the same level of quality? From what I can tell, absolutely. I can’t speak for the other chairs in the EWin line, but the Champion series is a solid chair that’s not too costly, and offers lots of functionality to help you maximize your comfort.

Unboxing and Assembly

The EWin Champion does require some assembly out of the box to get the base, seat, arm rests, and cushions into a single unit. You can pay about $83 to have it done for you, but putting this thing together was so easy that it renders “professional assembly” totally unnecessary. It took me and another person about 10 minutes to get it in working order.

Some of the instructions along the way were a little confusing, though. It seems like they were tailored for a model that was slightly different than the one I had, and some parts didn’t quite go together the way those instructions said they should. Once we got that figured out, though, the rest of the assembly was quick and painless.

Because of how easy it was to put together, I was a little concerned that the chair might not be structurally sound without a ton of intricate mechanisms to hold it together. But so far, it’s held up just fine.

Look and Feel

Overall, this is a pretty sleek chair. The faux leather covering feels nice to the touch and is super easy to keep clean — so you can snack between matches or eat lunch at your desk without worrying about stains or sticky fabric.

Its patterns are a good fit for the racing aesthetic, and the colors are about as vibrant as you’d want them to be. The GameSkinny green accents on my model pop nicely against the solid black body. And though they’re not the main attraction, the armrests are sturdy and nicely textured as well.

Although it’s not the household name of gaming chairs, EWin obviously paid close attention to the quality of its product. Even the stitching is clean, tight, and discreet. You’d have to do some serious damage to this thing before it started showing any signs of wear.

Use and Customization

So it’s easy to assemble and it looks nice. That’s great and all, but does the EWin Champion have the functionality to back up its sleek design? Definitely.

You can adjust this chair in a number of ways to suit your needs, whatever they are. You can adjust the height like a standard office chair, but you can also tweak a number of other structural aspects to maximize the comfort and support you get from this seat.

Its back cushion slides up and down so you can position it wherever you most need lumbar support. This is a huge boon for people who struggle with chronic back pains — especially in situations where the lower back needs far more support than usual. I would have liked to see the same range of motion with the head pillow, but that part still fit my posture nicely, so I can’t complain about it too much.

You can also adjust the reclining angle of the chair so that you’re sitting slightly back, slightly forward, or in whatever position is most comfortable for you. Or you can do what I did, and lean it all the way back to stare at the ceiling between your SMITE games and wonder why the hell the matchmaking gods have condemned you to playing with filthy casuals forever. Either way, making the adjustment is a quick (and very quiet) lever pull away. Your insides might be hardening into pure salt, but at least you’re comfortable.

Of all the customization options, though, I found myself more impressed with the arm rests than anything else. You can move them in just about any direction you desire. Slide them forward or back so they sit where your elbows naturally rest. Move them up or down to suit the height of your desk and keyboard. Push them inward or outward to make a wider or narrower base that your arms can rest on. You can even angle the armrests in or leave them parallel to each other. No matter what configuration will be most comfortable for you, you’ve got the option to do it with EWin’s Champion gaming chair.

Comfort Level: Maximum

With so many options packed into one chair, the real question is this: Is it comfortable? Can it keep your body feeling supported even during long gaming marathons?

After spending a week of 8-hour work days in this chair, I’d have to say that it can.

I’ve got lower back issues so bad that I’ve had multiple surgeries trying to fix the problem. So proper support is paramount — and I’d be the first to notice if something wasn’t up to snuff. But where most office chairs hurt my spine in one way or another, I could spend loads of time in the EWin Champion without feeling any sort of pain.

I knew this chair was doing something right when the uncomfortable popping that usually happens in my lower back after being seated for long periods of time started to dissipate the more I sat in it. It wasn’t curing my back problems, of course, but it offered enough support to significantly help the posture issues that cause the popping in the first place.

If you’re a sloucher, you might experience a fair amount of discomfort at first, as this chair is definitely not one that you can hunch over in. And it took me some time to stop doing so myself — especially during really intense dungeon runs. But the extra support and the lumbar cushion made it much easier to pull myself upright and find comfort in a position that didn’t make me look like Gollum.

The TL;DR here is that EWin’s Champion chair offers long-lasting comfort — once you find the position that’s right for you. And as a bonus, it’s got excellent rolling capabilities to boot! With a wireless headset and relatively smooth floors, I could wheel across the room fast enough to make it back before my death timer was up.

The One and Only Caveat

Personally, I’ve had a great experience with this gaming chair. But I want to note that if you don’t take the time to really play around with it and try every configuration for the armests, lumbar cushions, recline angle, and so on, it’s very easy to have a terrible time with it.

The first few configurations I tried felt great at first, but ended up putting terrible pressure on my hips and somehow making my knees ache. I had to tweak lots of things time and time again until I finally found that sweet spot that let me sit for hours at a time without feeling arthritic.

It’s also worth mentioning that while this is a fairly roomy chair — one that I had enough room to pull my knees up into and cry over lost qualifying games in ranked — it may not be very well suited to heavier-set people. Even for someone hobbit-sized like me, the chair is quite narrow when you take the raised sides of the seats into consideration. So that’s something to be aware of.


EWin may not be the name you think of when you think of gaming chairs, but it should definitely be one of them. The Champion model is a fantastically built seat that will offer you hours of comfort in a durable package. It looks nice, feels even better, and is fully customizable to give you the best seating experience possible. If you need something to help you sit tight through hours of gaming — or all the time you spend on that 9-5 work grind — this is definitely one you’ll want to consider.

The EWin Champion is retails for $279 on Amazon. But if you check out the official EWin store page for it, you can use the code “GS” to get 15% off your order. This chair is well worth diving into your pockets for.

[Note: EWin provided the Champion chair used for this review.]

Our Rating

The Champion gaming chair from EWin boasts a sturdy design with maximized comfort for your marathon gaming sessions.

NOTE: This is a review post from Gameskinny.
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EwinRacing Calling Series Gaming Chair Review

I’m not a young gamer anymore. What does this mean? Well, among other things, it means that lower back pain, middle back pain, upper back pain – all of them are no strangers to me. That’s what happens when you spend several hours each day in a chair playing computer games and writing about that. In a crappy chair, I might add.

Boy, if only I would’ve known about the EwinRacing gaming chair before! I’m sure that my back would’ve felt a lot better. I would’ve killed countless more enemies because of a better posture, because I would’ve felt so much more comfortable. But at least I’m righting the wrongs now – better late than never.

Because, yes, I now am the proud owner of a professionally made gaming chair: the Ewin Calling Series Ergonomic Computer Gaming Office Chair with Pillows. A long name, but it’s worth memorizing it, because it’s the name of quality and comfort. And today I’m going to share with you my EwinRacing Calling Series gaming chair review.


I’ll be very honest with you: I’m not extremely skilled when it comes to manual labor. I can craft the most amazing structures in my games and I’ve built a base in Fallout 4 that the entire Wasteland envies. But when it comes to using tools and building stuff in real life, I am completely clueless.

When I saw the pile of stuff that was supposed to be me gaming chair, I was scared. I was sure that I’ll do something terribly wrong and I will destroy an otherwise great product. But I had no choice. I had to put on my armor (a pair of white gloves, in this case – included in the chair’s package) and get to work!

Assembling the Ewin Racing Calling Series gaming chair proved to be extremely easy, fortunately. Maybe I got a boost in skill from the magical gloves or maybe it was the extremely helpful instructions manual that took me through all the steps clearly, but I managed to do it! That pile of scary materials quickly turned into a chair.

It took me at most 30 minutes to completely assemble the Ewin gaming chair and I am sure that gamers of a slightly higher level than mine will be able to cruise through this stage in 15 minutes tops. But I was satisfied with my half an hour as well, especially since the final product looked soooo good!

Design and goodies

If you are like me and rested your buns on crappy chairs during your entire life, you’ll be thrilled to look at the Ewin Racing Calling Series gaming chair. It’s enough to just look at it and you’ll understand how comfortable it is. And there are multiple color options if you don’t like the sober, black & gray touches I went with.

It’s built of faux leather which still looks very durable and is extremely comfortable and smooth to the touch. It’s heavy and sturdy, meaning that it will hold you in place even during the most intense on-screen battles.

It comes with two pillows – which I consider the cherry on top, the frosting on the cake: one for better lumbar support and a headrest, which are a must if you’re spending hours on a chair, working or playing games. Trust me – you might not feel the pain now that you’re young, but as years will pass by, it will get more and more difficult.



The pillows can be completely removed if you want to (but I wouldn’t recommend that) and you can easily adjust their height. The upper pillow is giving me a bit of trouble as it refuses to stay in one place and always seems to be lower than I’d like it to be, so it has to be adjusted regularly. Not a big problem, in the end and it’s definitely worth the few seconds when it comes to feeling so good.

But it’s not just the pillows that are built to help increase comfort. The steel frame itself (dressed in high density memory foam) is designed to mold around your body. This means that you’ll still feel comfortable even after hours of sitting on this chair. And to make things complete, the armrests can also be adjusted vertically.

Another nice feature is the chair’s option to recline all the way to 155 degrees. This is a very comfortable position for watching movies or whatever, taking a nap during those long raids or chilling with a controller in hand, if you really do that on your PC (since I wrote about console chair options otherwise!). I haven’t really used this much, but it’s good to know about it and I’ll sure put it to good use if the opportunity arises.

How does it feel?

I still remember the moment I sat down on this amazing gaming chair created by Ewin. My whole body instantly felt the difference and especially my lower back was shouting with joy.

The Ewin Calling Series gaming chair is extremely comfortable and a great deal for the price. Even at the end of the day, I still feel great and I am sure it will help improve my back pain over time. A great product selling at a great price. You really have no reasons to complain about it!

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NOTE: This is a review post from Unigamesity.

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E-Win Flash XL review – the chair for big gamers

E-Win Flash XL gaming chair  €349


  • Looks the business
  • Comfortable for long sessions
  • Adjustable lumbar support
  • Adjustability
  • Great for big and tall gamers


  • Neck pillow not in optimum position
  • Chair is pretty heavy

ewin flash xl gaming office chair with pillowsE-Win has sent me one of their rather lovely Flash XL gaming chairs. The XL suits those taller and/or wider gamers.

If you’re on the larger side of things, some of those cool-looking gaming chairs just aren’t going to cut it.

If you’re a little more leggy than the average, you might find the chair doesn’t go high enough.

Additionally, if you happen to be a bit more blessed in the hips or bum, these racing-style chairs just won’t accommodate your booty. That’s before we start talking about the arm rests.

So, how does the E-Win Flash XL handle larger gamers?

E-Win Flash XL design

Ewinracing Flash XL gaming chairThe E-Win Flash XL gaming chair is a heavy-duty seat with a large base. This has been designed for maximum room and comfort.

A chair for girthy gamers is going to be larger than a standard gaming chair. The Flash XL measures 22.4- x 23.6- x 48.4-inches.

It is covered in synthetic leather, mine being blue and black to match my gaming rig.

The seat is padded with high density memory foam

However, the arm rests are a soft-touch rubberised foam.


You get 360-degree swivel, a 155-degree adjustable backrest. Height is adjustable from 9.4-inches to 13.4-inches). The chair also features 4D adjustable armrests.

The Flash XL will support gamers up to 330 lbs. That’s over 23 stones.


E-Win Flash XL performance

The Flash XL chair is designed for larger and taller gamers.

There is some construction required, but that shouldn’t put you off. Most of us these days will have tackled at least one piece of flat-pack furniture by now.

I managed to sling mine together in under 15 minutes – when I should have been packing for a holiday.

Assume the position

That 13.4 inches of lift is just the thing for longer legs. I’m not *that* tall at 6 foot 2-inches (1.88 metres) and at its highest setting I can’t touch the floor when sat in it.

Those with more junk in the trunk will be grateful of the wider 22.4-inch seat.

Needles to say, you don’t have to be XL in order to appreciate the extra room.

Flash XL recline adjustmentAs well as being able to spin around in the Flash XL, you are offered 155-degrees of recline by the adjustable backrest.

Flash XL tilt controlYou can also tilt back in the chair. The amount of allowed tilt is dialled in underneath the chair.

The Flash series also comes with “4D” adjustable armrests.

Flash XL arm rest adjustmentThis means that you are able to adjust the angle, the height, and the position of the armrests. Most of these are achieved by using the little hidden toggle switches.

Although, I couldn’t work out how to alter the armrest angle. No matter how hard I looked or which button I pressed, nothing seemed to work. Then, as usual, I looked at the instructions. All you need to do is add a little more force as you twist the top of the rest. Job done.

Getting your optimal settings should be easy. Especially as most things can be changed in little steps in order to get it just right.

Pillow fighter

ewinracing flash xl gaming chair pillowsThe Flash XL also comes with an optional lumbar backrest and a neck pillow. Both of these items are held in using belt straps.

The lumbar pillow can be raised and lowered on its strap. The neck pillow, however, is pretty much on or off.


The Flash XL certainly appears to be a quality gaming chair.

This is no light-weight either. The chair is built around an all-metal framework.

Around the cold moulding, high density memory foam is wrapped PU leather. This is all bonded using heavy-duty stitching. The same quality stitching is even employed on the bits you can’t see too.

Once I got it all set up, the Flash XL is certainly a comfy seat to be in for long periods of time.

It has tons of room and the side-cushions give extra support. I have not realised just how great having a lumbar pillow is until now.

Granted, you can get lumbar pillows separately even if you don’t get one of these chairs. They are worth it.

Pain in the neck

ewin racing flash xl gaming chair reviewHowever, the neck pillow is not so great. It is comfortable, don’t get me wrong, it’s just not in the right position.

I am by no means the tallest person who will be using this chair and yet the neck pillow is at shoulder height on me. What I have to do when getting seated is slouch at first and then push the neck pillow up using my shoulders.

I suggest a similar solution as to what the lumbar support uses. Once in position, it is lovely.

The gas lift provides an impressive 13.4-inches of floor clearance, which is ideal for taller gamers. Alternatively, you can shrink all the way down to 9-inches.

Sticky buns

The pleather covering of the Flash XL worried me a little. The office chair I chose before this was a woven material for a reason. I spend a lot of time in front of my computer and having breathable material is a preferred option.

It does get a little warm in the seat but, overall, it does feel reasonably airy. The bonus of this material is that you can easily wipe away any spilled drinks.

E-Win Flash XL review conclusion

ewin_racing_flash_xlThe E-Win Flash XL is a very comfortable gaming chair for the gamer who demands extra room.

The neck pillow would benefit from some adjustment, but all the other options allows you to get the perfect settings.

Yes, the chair weighs a tonne (I constructed it downstairs and carried up in two halves) but that’s due to the quality materials used.

It feels that it will last and all that memory foam does make it an extremely comfortable place to play.

E-Win Flash XL price and availability

The Flash XL is currently 389 directly from E-Win.

GadgetyNews readers can get an extra 15% by using GADGETY as a coupon code when they buy any EwinRacing gaming chair.

We’re good to you, aren’t we?

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E-Win Racing ‘Calling’ Gaming Chair review: Your back’s new best friend

Whether you’re gaming, working from home or sitting in an office, you might find yourself spending a stupid amount of time in a chair at a desk.


I am one such person. Having previously worked in an office, and now working from home, I spend pretty much all of my time at my desk. I never really considered how important a chair could be, until I received the E-Win Racing ‘Calling’ gaming chair.

My back has never been happier.

There are dozens of chairs like it on the market, but E-Win’s is the first I’ve used that has both adjustable lumbar support for your lower back and a headrest. It’s this combination of features that make it an excellent chair, whether you’re planning to use it for long gaming sessions, office work, or just relaxing and watching TV.

The E-Win gaming chair is a self-assembled design and is built for durability and comfort. It’s adjustable in various ways, and costs around $329 (it’s currently on sale on Amazon for $229), though there are various models available.

How well does it work? Read on to find out.

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Features and comfort

  • Chair Size: 20 inches x 20 inches x 50.1 inches.
  • Materials: Metal frame, synthetic leather chair, foam cushions, and plastic armrests.
  • Adjustability: 360-degree swivel, 155-degree adjustable backrest, adjustable height, adjustable armrests.
  • Weight support: Supports up to 330 lbs.

I love the fact that the E-Win chair’s frame is made of metal. This is a chair that will last a long time, and you can really feel it from the five-point base all the way up to the frame of the seat itself, which is cushioned generously in textured synthetic leather with thick foam. If you’ve found yourself prone to breaking cheaper plastic chairs, this is just what the chiropractor ordered.

The chair has various standard office-seat-like features, including a gas lift that supports up to 330 pounds for adjustable height, with a standard lever for adjusting pressure. You can also adjust the tilt of the seat itself but also the backrest using a second side lever. The backrest supports several different angles, up to 155 degrees. You could potentially sleep in this chair.

The armrests are adjustable in height, which is a nice addition for supporting different gamers’ needs. But perhaps the best thing, my favorite thing, about it is the lumbar back support cushion.

The cushion is held in place with straps, and it can be slid up and down at will. I cannot possibly emphasize how much better it is to have this cushion in place, and I struggle to understand how I spent the last 10 years working at a desk without using one. Still, if it’s not your bag, it can also be removed entirely – a nice bonus if you were planning to recline further back in this chair. For seated configurations, it’s simply wonderful.

Quality and usability

Unlike some other chairs I’ve used, E-Win’s uses synthetic leather instead of fabric. PU leather is less prone to wear than fabric, and while it’s not as strong as genuine leather, it is significantly cheaper. The synth leather is also far easier to clean and wipe down than fabric-based chairs might be, and its general thickness really gives a strong impression of durability.

The stitching is tight, the levers are responsive and easy to use, and the wheels are reassuringly high in quality. Self-assembly is often quite a chore with these sorts of chairs, with screws and holes misaligning or with unclear instructions. But the manual was succinct and clear, and every joint and connection was surprisingly easy to make.

I honestly don’t have a single thing to complain about with this chair. Even the synth leather, which I expected to be clammy under hot conditions, has been surprisingly airy, even in baking 95-degree F AC-less summer heat in South Germany.

Could this chair be perfect? Quite possibly.

Final thoughts: Buy this chair!

As a dude who spends the majority of his time at a desk, finding a decent chair has always been a bit of a struggle for me. I’ve always opted to go low-end and pick up something for around $100, only to regret it a few weeks later as the damn thing fell apart or started hurting my back. I always just made do, but now that I work from home, it has become even more necessary for me to take something as basic as sitting more seriously.

That’s what the E-Win range seems to represent: serious sitting. Using high-quality materials, metal frames, and tons of adjustable features and complimentary neck and lumbar support, I feel like the price of $329 (before any sales) is incredibly reasonable. E-Win has made me take chairs a lot more seriously.


  • Supremely comfortable.
  • Durable design, premium materials.
  • Solid metal frame.


  • Some may find it a little pricy for a chair.



If you’re in the market for something more comfortable for gaming or office work, you honestly need look no further. Buy this chair. You won’t regret it.

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E-WIN Racing Gaming Chair review

The craze of the racing gaming chairs is all over the place, most of your favorite streamers and Youtubers own one, but what is so special about the chairs and are they worth it? Well, it is time to find out.

Recently we got in touch with the good fellas of E-Win Racing Gaming Chairs. They are one of the new manufacturers in the gaming chairs market with some great designs, including the Championship series, the model we got to review this time.

I spend a lot of time in front of the computer, both gaming and working and by the most part i lacked proper back support, like many out there have been using different chairs, none with proper lumbar, back or neck support, long sessions in front of the PC and the usual late night MMO sessions made a dent in said areas.

For a long time i wanted to get a proper chair, researching and looking around the world wide web, a simple and cheap office chair was not cut for the job, not in the long run. A proper gaming chair was the answer and with this racing gaming chair i found what i was looking for.

Let me start by saying the assembly is not hard at all, pretty easy, althought you will have to juggle the parts around you as the seat and the back are heavy, very simple to do with two people but assembling it alone is a bit tricky but very doable. Well my cat was there but he was busy playing with the box (he says thanks E-Win Racing, the box is purrrfect!).

As for the packaging it was very nice, inside the big box all wrapped in plastic, a smaller box inside with all the accesories (wheels, screws, instructions), tools and even a pair of gloves so you don’t get hurt assembling the chair or why not, if you feel like dancing and say “Jazz hands!”

With that out of the way, how is it? Well at first i was not sure how to feel for the chair, having mixed feelings, the seat was feeling great but the lumbar cushion was not something i was used to, at all, thinking to remove it at first but decided to endure, glad i did.

The shape of the seat back force you to stay in a good posture, kind of it embrace you, if you have the bad habit to lean to the left or right and rest in the arm of the chair, this will help prevent that, keeping you in a proper posture to work or play.

Some hours later i was enjoying the chair a lot, sadly i got a headache in the afternoon but this gave me the perfect opportunity to try another feature of the chair, The reclining backrest.

By using the level operated back recliner i did laydown to rest of that headache as i took a short nap in the gaming chair, never felt that I was going to fall down, the chair feels sturdy and strong to let you sleep or laydown to rest your eyes without any worries, gotta say i did love that.

Watching Netflix or Crunchyroll was also a pleasant experience by using the reclining features of the chair. Feels nice, feels relaxing.

The arms of the chair are quite comfortable, you can adjust the height, and even the position of the same, towards the front or back among others. Built quality as i comented before, sturdy and strong, you can feel it with the weight of the chair.

The look of the chair stands out way more in person, pictures dont make it justice, you can see the quality of the sewing is really good. The materials used and the way it feels, you know you are paying for a quality product, looks and feels good.

Currently they have four gaming chairs series available, Champion Series, Calling Series, Hero Series and the Flash Series (which includes the Flash XL models) ranging from 300$ to 400$ depending of the model you pick with express delivery right to your doorstep.

The manual could be inproved, with more details of the different features of the gaming chair, don’t get me wront it is ok but i feel could be a bit more detailed.
Of course it is heavy, especially in the box, adviced to have a friend help you to move the box around and to assemble the chair, again not a chair defect no, just saying, be careful don’t get yourself an hernia.

Now this is not really a downside of the chair, i am a tall guy and a chubby one for the matter, while the seat feels ok, the arms dont bother me either, but is not perfect.
The side cushions of the seat feels a bit tight in my legs on a person like me, feels it was designed for a more healthy/skinny type or person.

the backseat feels a little tight on my back, while comfortable, there’s not much room for movement and you notice it when you raise your arms, then again this is just me, so for people with my body shape i would recommend to go the Flash XL model they have on the website.

With the Ewin Racing Gaming chair Championship edition you get what you are paying for, quality and comfort, plus proper back and neck support for long gaming sessions.

Sometimes we spend more on consoles, games and parts for the PC, even in snacks, so why not pay that cash to be comfortable and still take care of our back and your health? For 349 for the Championship Edition is not too high as most of not all brand are around the same price. While not perfect, the pros seems to outweight the cons.

Stay tuned for a video review real soon, last but not least, thanks to EWIN Racing Gaming Chairs for providing us with a review unit of the Championship series. Enjoying the chair and the cats love their new castle (the box).

In the meantime, if you want more information about EWIN Racing and their gaming chairs please check their social media pages, FacebookTwitterInstagram and of course their website.

NOTE: This is reprinted from Animecourtyard.


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Sitzen auf einem neuen Level: Der E-WIN Flash Gaming Chair im Check

Wer oft und lange am Computer arbeiten muss oder viel in seiner Freizeit spielt und surft, sollte auch auf einem guten Stuhl sitzen. Denn nur wer gemütlich sitzt, kann sich auch voll und ganz auf das Geschehen auf dem Monitor konzentrieren, ohne dass er dabei von Rückenschmerzen oder Ermüdungserscheinungen geplagt wird. Professionelle Gamer nutzen schon seit Jahren Gaming-Stühle, die in ihrer Form und dem Komfort den Sitzen aus Rennautos nachempfunden sind.

Mittlerweile haben diese Stühle auch Einzug in viele Büros gehalten, denn ihren positiven Effekt auf die Leistung und die Gesundheit der Mitarbeiter haben viele Führungskräfte nun auch entdeckt. Nun gibt es viele Hersteller solcher Gaming-Stühle und die Auswahl ist mittlerweile riesig, doch ist nicht alles Gold was glänzt. Wer wirklich sicher sein will, dass er den richtigen Stuhl kauft, muss sich gut informieren.

Im Jahr 2002 startete die Firma E-WIN als Hersteller für Autositze und erst zehn Jahre später stiegen sie ins Computer-Stuhl-Geschäft ein. Wohlüberlegt und besonnen auf den Erfolg ihrer Produkte, bieten sie nun auch seit 2016 Gaming-Stühle an. Wir haben uns das Produkt “Europe Flash Normal Series FLA Ergonomic Office Gaming Chair” näher angesehen.


Wie von solchen Stühlen und Möbeln im Allgemeinen gewohnt, kommt auch dieser Gaming-Stuhl als Bausatz an. Die Anleitung zum Aufbau ist klar und sehr verständlich gedruckt und wirkt in der Theorie sehr einfach. In der Praxis hingegen gestaltete sich der Aufbau etwas fummelig. Die Rückenlehne muss an die Sitzfläche montiert werden und muss dabei nicht nur gehalten, sondern auch noch festgeschraubt werden. Dumm nur, wenn aufgrund der genauen Passform der Teile, die Polster auch noch ein wenig zusammengedrückt werden müssen, damit man überhaupt erst die Schrauben einpassen kann. Da ist es ratsam, sich ein weiteres Paar Hände dazuzuholen, denn zu zweit ist das wesentlich einfacher.
imageNach dem Aufbau zeigt sich jedoch, dass es diese Strapazen wert war. Der Stuhl wirkt äußerst edel und die verwendeten Materialien sind toll verarbeitet. Durch die angepasste Form des Gaming-Stuhls, bietet hohen Komfort und gibt dem Nutzer einen sicheren Halt. Das Fundament des Stuhls ist die sogenannte “5-Star Bar”, ein sternförmiger Fuß aus Aluminium, an dem insgesamt 5 Rollen angebracht sind. Er bietet Halt in jede Richtung und trägt zu dem hochwertigen Gesamteindruck des Stuhls bei.

Die Polsterung des Gaming-Stuhls, sowie die der optionalen Kissen, die im Lieferumfang enthalten sind, sind sehr weich und bequem. Damit das aber zur vollen Geltung kommen kann, bietet der Stuhl allerhand Verstellmöglichkeiten, um so für jeden Einsatzzweck immer ein Optimum an Komfort für den Nutzer zu bieten. So lässt sich beispielsweise die Rückenlehne zwischen 85°-155° neigen – optimal für entspannte Filmabende. Die Armlehen lassen sich ebenfalls in der Höhe und in deren Winkel verstellen, wirkten aber stets sehr wackelig. Das eigentlich Highlight jedoch ist die Verstellbarkeit der Sitzhöhe. Sie lässt sich sehr weit nach oben verstellen, verglichen mit den Stühlen anderer Hersteller. Das maximale Nutzergewicht ist übrigens mit 150 kg angegeben. Also ist es egal ob der Nutzer groß oder klein, dick oder dünn ist, hier kommen alle auf ihre Kosten. Sehr löblich. Natürlich gibt es auch die üblichen Funktionen wie beispielsweise die Tilt-Funktion, die ein spontanes Zurücklehnen erlaubt.
Gesamthöhe:min. 111 cm / max. 119 cm
Rückenlehne Höhe: 87 cm
Rückenlehne Breite:55 cm
Sitzfläche Breite:54 cm
Sitzfläche Länge:57 cm
Das Arbeiten in diesem Stuhl ist eine wahre Wohltat für den Rücken und selbst nach stundenlangen Spielsessions traten keinerlei Ermüdungserscheinungen auf. Die vielen Verstellmöglichkeiten bieten ein hohes Maß an Flexibilität und machen diesen Stuhl zu einem Allzweckwerkzeug des Entertainments. Kleinere Schwächen zeigten sich lediglich bei den Armlehnen, die einen etwas wackeligen Eindruck machten. Alles in allem bekommt man beim E-WinRacing Gaming Chair einen qualitativ hochwertigen und topmodernen Stuhl, der jedes Gamer-Herz höher schlagen lässt.
NOTE: This is reprinted from Escene.
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EWin Gaming Chair Review

GameOgre received this top-of-the-line gaming chair from EWin about three weeks or so ago. As you can see by the screenshot, the chair is quite attractive. As you can see, we have the ultra-sharp red and black model. The design is sleek with two pillows that are attached to the chair. You can move these pillows wherever you need to. This allows you to find your comfort level. For example, I am good size Texan at about 6 foot so I put the pillow as high as possible for my neck. The result for me has been quite successful so far whether I am working or using my club-like weapons in the various games that I play regularly.

The chair arrived after about a week or so. Despite the fancy appearance, setting up the chair was a breeze. The large pieces do not require much to assemble and the right tools were included. All-in-all, the chair was fully assembled in roughly 30 minutes. With the chair completely set up, I jumped on Steam and started to enjoy it!
spikedclub (43)When not gaming, maintaining the chair is much easier than expected. For example, you can sweat or spill a drop of soft drink and then remove it easily with a little water and microfiber cloth. Thus, don’t freak out if you get a minor spot on this beauty.

Regarding value, the chair’s appearance and high quality features listed below make quite an argument. Good luck in trying to find all those features in your local Walmart. You will mostly find office chairs or maybe game rockers there. To help with the cost on their website, EWin is offering a 15% off discount code (GO) to GameOgre.com visitors.

Key Features:

  • 2D Adjustable Armrests
  • Height Adjustable
  • Durable Steel Frame
  • Aluminum Five Star Base
  • Strong Gas Lift
  • Cold Molding Foam
  • Lever Operated Back Recliner
  • Tilt Lock
  • Tilt Control Mechanism

NOTE: This is reprinted from Gameogre.

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The E Win Racing “Calling Series” Ergonomic Gaming Chair is their second series of chair to arrive at Console Monster HQ. My overall outlook of their Champion Series gaming chair was very positive, and their suite of chairs have introduced me to the many advantages you get by spending a little bit extra for an office/gaming chair, of which you spend a vast amount of your working/gaming time in. So could the Calling Series gaming chair be just as good? Let’s find out…

The E Win Racing Calling Series gaming chair costs a little less than the Champion Series, whilst also offering less variety of colour options. The Calling Series retails at a RRP of €359 EU / £319 UK / $431 US, although it is currently on sale for €229 EU / £204 UK / $275 US, and you can knock off an extra 15% off with our voucher code ‘consolemonster’. I’ve seen chairs costing much more than this and still have less features and quality. So on paper, the E Win Racing gaming chairs seems a bit of a bargain!

Setting up the Calling Series chair was very simple. The two hex/allen keys included are all that’s required to assemble the chair. The helpful photo guide lists all the necessary steps needed to assemble it, and with most of the chair being mostly pre-assembled you just need to unscrew a few pre-fitted screws, attach the back rest to the seat portion, screw the base plate onto the seat, attached the wheels and insert the rising piston, then finally place everything onto the wheel base, and after just 25 minutes, voila, you’re done!

Just like the Champion Series, the Calling Series uses some good quality parts and materials, with the only let down being the plastic arms. There are many buttons, leavers and switches to help achieve maximum sitting comfort here, however there are slightly less features than the closely-priced Champion Series.

It’s important that the seat has a good amount of padding to it. There is nothing worse then having a thinly padded seat that last barely a year before you begin to feel the framework inside. Thanks to its fairly thick padding of 8 cm, the Calling Series will be supporting your derrière for a long time. The seat’s width is slightly narrower and the side padding is less diagonal than the Championship Series, so if you have a habit of sitting on your crossed-leg, the Calling Series makes this a little more restrictive and uncomfortable to do.

Like the seat, the back support is just as important, and thankfully the Calling Series caters very well in this department too. Although this Calling Series has a slightly smaller frame, just like the Champion Series, the back rest dominates this chair’s overall form factor. I was hoping for a slightly more low profile chair than the Champion Series, but sadly when comparing the two, I saw very little difference in both models.

Adjusting the back position is simply done by pulling on the right side leaver, that is located where the backrest meets the seat. The seat hinges have some fairly strong springs, so the backrest can jump forward fairly rapid if you’re not leaning back on it. Adding a little more pressure whilst leaning back moves the back of the seat backwards very easy, and as you keep leaning back you soon start to notice one of the chair’s key features – the ability to move the back almost fully horizontal! Great for that power nap or brief rest.

Very popular with gaming chairs these days are the lumber and head cushions. These are held on by a pair of elasticated straps and plastic buckle clips. The straps come pre-fitted, wrapped around holes located in the bottom and neck area of the back seat. The lumber cushion alone made a huge difference to my sitting experience; the neck cushion however, probably not so much. Whilst the chair is more reclined, I can see the neck cushion having more of a purpose. Like the Champion Series, the straps could be a little tighter too, or at least hold the cushions in their adjusted position, because I found the bottom lumber support always required adjustment every time I sat back into the chair.

On either side of the seat you’ll find the plastic arm rests. Just like most chairs, each arm-rest can be raised and lowered to your own preference. For me, I wish they could go a little more lower than these currently allow. Unlike the Champion Series, this is where the armrest features end for the Calling Series. So if you require many armrest adjustments, you should maybe consider the Champion Series instead. Each arm comes pre-bolted to the seat, however if you prefer, these can be unscrewed and remove them entirely.

After two weeks using the Calling Series, I found the general build quality maintained the same very sturdy and solid impression that I got when I first sat in the chair, so much so that I can imagine this chair would serve me well for many years. The pleather material used in the seating appears to be of a high quality, and it doesn’t look like it will flake-off for some time. The cushions and the firm seat padding feels like they contain a good quality and density of foam that should take the weight and reshape themselves after use for many sittings.

Once again though, I my only gripe mirrors the same issue I had with the Champion Series, and that’s with its general style. In a small office environment, the back of the chair can look almost monolithic. It was commented to me the other day that someone couldn’t tell if I was in the chair when viewing from the back. For me, the size of the back seat could be much smaller. Any portion of the seat from my neck upwards do not touch, so it feels all this area could all be trimmed down. At 5’8” I also found that my feet would leave the floor when I adjusted the seat to the correct height for my desk height (a standard 72 cm high), and this meant that I had to use a foot rest underneath in order to maintain a decent circulation to my feet and legs.

If E Win Racing took these same materials and build quality, and created a more smaller backed gaming chair, that would make THE perfect chair for me. Perhaps their Flash Series could indeed tick that box, and I hope I can sample that chair also soon. There is very little price difference separating both the Champion and Calling series of gaming chairs, so if you can live without the additional armrest features, you can save a little on the Calling Series. But because there is very little difference in size, the extra colour options and extra armrest features make the Champion Series a slightly better option for your money.


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NOTE: This is reprinted from Consolemonster.

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EWin Champion Series Gaming Chair Review

The EWin Champion Series is a real surprise, and possibly one of the best gaming chair deals currently on the market.

September 13, 2017


Gaming chairs have become a hot topic over the last few years. If you’ve watched any Esports coverage online or follow gaming channels on Youtube, then you’ve probably seen the race car inspired gaming chairs on more than a handful occasions. And there’s a good reason for that! The ergonomics of these chairs can transform your gaming experience. The added immersion and health benefits are difficult to describe without experiencing them yourself. Imagine sitting in a soft arm chair for the first time after years of suffering with a wooden bench. There’s a sense of relief that makes an immediate impression. I can personally vouch for the improved experience as someone who’s made the transition back in 2015 and never looked back. Returning to a typical office chair now would feel like punishment.Over the last two years, I’ve been fortunate enough to test more than a handful of different chair models from varying manufacturers. Each company tries to bring a unique element to their blueprint, but they all share the same DNA when it comes to fundamental design. This is a good thing too, because the race car inspired skeleton is used for a reason: it works! This consistency allows manufacturers to focus on other aspects of the design, such as materials and improved assembly process.

“The contemporary aesthetic is perfect for a clean and modern gaming setup. Tech enthusiasts who prefer a sleek and stylish work space will love EWin’s elegant curves and clever design accents.”

Today, I’m taking a look at the EWin Championship Series gaming chair. EWin manufactures premium-grade gaming chairs with extremely competitive pricing.Their materials and build quality rival the superb AKRacing Arctica gaming chair, a behemoth that retails for a whopping $499. EWin’s Championship Series, on the other hand, is currently listed for only $279. This price and quality combo is going to be tough to beat. I’m not sure how EWin is able to keep the price tag so low, but whatever they’re doing is certainly placing them above their rivals.

The EWinRacing gaming chair is a real looker, and the model comes in a variety of colorful choices: light pink, dark pink, red, blue, green and white. The shoulder wings have a subtler slope compared to other models I tested in the past. This gives gamers with larger shoulders added comfort when leaning back. EWin has also gone the extra mile and pre-assembled the back cushion onto the back piece to minimize assembly time. It took me no longer than 15 minutes to assemble the entire chair, and I didn’t require any assistance.

“It’s sturdy enough to provide proper back and neck support, but remains soft where necessary thanks to its high density memory foam.”

The contemporary aesthetic is perfect for a clean and modern gaming setup. Tech enthusiasts who prefer a sleek and stylish work space will love EWin’s elegant curves and clever design accents. The Champion Series isn’t just easy on the eyes, but it’s thoroughly well constructed. You’d think EWin would cut corners with other parts of the chair, but that’s simply not the case. The handles and the plastic covers that fit on the sides are all sturdy and well made. Nothing feels cheap. The steel frame impresses when you actually see how it stretches throughout the chair body, and in combination with the gas lift, it can hold up to 330lbs.

“EWin’s materials and build quality rival the superb AKRacing Arctica gaming chair, a behemoth that retails for a whopping $499. EWin’s Championship Series, on the other hand, is currently listed for only $279.”

I’ve spent a lot of time with the EWin Champion since I’m in front of the screen for both my work and hobby each day. This is a remarkable chair and it grew on me instantly. It’s sturdy enough to provide proper back and neck support, but remains soft where necessary thanks to its high density memory foam. Much like the AKRacing Arctica, the EWin Champion has adjustable armrests that have front/back left/right sliding functions, clockwise/counterclockwise rotations and vertical adjustments. The lever operated back recliner allows for 85-155 degree adjustments in case you decide to take a nap between gaming sessions. The larger back pillow is another welcome feature. My older DXRacer had a rounder pillow that pushed my lower body too far forward. The flatter and taller pillow follows my spine curvature more naturally, allowing for a better fit when leaning back.

It’s very hard to find faults with such a solid product. If I really had to nitpick, I’d say the wheel design comes off as a little tacky with its Hot-Wheels looking design. But let’s be real here, this hardly classifies as criticism.

Conclusion: The EWin Champion Series is a real surprise, and possibly one of the best gaming chair deals currently on the market. The high quality and low price is really what sets this model apart. Gaming chairs aren’t a cheap investment, but paying $279 for something that has immediate benefits and can potentially last a lifetime is a worthy commitment. If you’ve been on the edge about adding more comfort to your gaming/work setup, EWin’s selection will hopefully solidify your decision to make the transition.

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