The Arctica Series – made for confusing us gamers.
As I already said, the Arctica Series is like the Premium Series with another design. So if you already read my article about this series you can skip this part and scroll down to the buying guide in case you want to buy an Arctica chair. If you did not read the named article yet I will recur myself real quick:
The featureset of this model is kept simple: We have the typical 180° reclinable backrest, 12° lockable rocking functions and lumbar- and neck pillows. Pretty standard. Some high quality PU-leather covers the cold foam which has a density of 55kg/m³. Do not be scared of sweating too much on PU-chairs. If high quality faux leather is chosen the covering is pretty breathable. PVC leather makes more problems in this regard but almostly no gaming chair brand uses PVC except Vertagear.
The Arctica Series comes with 1D armrests – that is one of the aspects where AKRacing saved a little bit of money to make the chair cheaper. You should think of if you need armrests which are adjustable in more directions – I do not think that this is a must if you can save money instead. The only AK chairs offering more directions are the ProX Series and Onyx Series.
The Arctica Series is a series for the average built gamer again. You should not weigh too much in relation to your height if you are interested in buying this chair because your thighs will become a problem then. Too big thighs will bring problems with the provided space on the seat. If you are between 1.70m and 1.90m and not too heavy related to your height, the Arctica Series fits your body.
If you would say that you are a little bigger or even overweight, you should take a look at the ProX Series or the noblechairs EPIC Series and ICON Series. The Tank Series offers the most generous measurements.
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