- Page 1: Intro
- Page 2: Piece by Piece
- Page 3: Building the E-Win Hero Series HR-BC3D
- Page 4: Features and Use
- Page 5: Final Thoughts and Conclusion
It seems like not to long ago the first gaming chairs came out, I was so disinterested in them. Why would you charge so much for a chair, it can’t be that comfortable,… can it? Last year I came to find I was so wrong and these things are incredibly comfortable, so much more than almost all of their pc gaming chairs you can find in your local office supplies store. With that, I introduce you to my review of the E-Win Hero Series HR-BC3D Computer Gaming Chair.
Let’s go over some of the features:
- 16mm diameter V Durable Steel Frame
- 1.5mm thick coat to prevent rusting
- Aluminum Five-Star Base
- High elasticity and high quality 1.2mm thick PU Leather Surface (Polyurethane)
- Embroidered Ewin logo on headrest and pillows.
- Included Pillows
- Lower Lumbar
- Neck rest
- Included Pillows
- High back with integrated headrest
- 2D Armrests (Up/Down)
- PU Surface
- Seat Height Adjustable
- Level Operated Back Recliner
- Tilt lock and Tilt Control Mechanism
- Tilt Tension control
- 85° to 155°-degree tilting for back
- 120MM Class-4 Gas Lift Piston
- Supporting up to 330lbs/150kg
- Cold Molding Foam
- High Density Memory Foam
- 360° Swivel
- 3, 5 and 10 Year Warranty (Explained later in the review)
These boxes are always so big, but of course there is a big cushy comfy chair in there after all so it is to be expected. So let’s check out the unboxing video so we can see what’s inside.
Quite a few things to go through, and I do apologize there was a manual but in the confusion, I had lost it. Once we were approached for the opportunity for the chair, I picked the one I wanted and they started packaging everything just for me. Towards the end, when they were about to ship it I had realized I picked the wrong one and contact them to change the chair and that’s where the mix up occurred. They shipped me the chair I wanted, but kept the other chairs manual inside, it was the manual for the Champion Series, not the Hero Series I had the final selection on.
No worries though, later in this review I show you all how to build it, so you can use that video as a guide.
Here are links to both sets, in case you are curious. If you are going to purchase one, stay tuned till the end of this review as I have a coupon to save you a bit of cash.
Hero Series: https://www.ewinracing.com/14-hero-series
Champion Series: https://www.ewinracing.com/13-champion-series
OK, now that you are back from that, let’s jump over to the Piece by Piece section so that we can go over each piece in this kit.
Note: This is a review post from Dragonblogger.