Good, but nothing special
The chair is easy to assemble, and shouldn’t take up much of your time, which is a big plus. It boasts a user-adjustable lumbar pillow, which means that you can adjust the support as necessary, especially if more than one person will be using it. It also features 360° swivels, a lockable 12° rocking function (though it only locks in the upright position) and height adjustment. The arm, seat and backrest are thickly padded, which makes for comfortable seating, though the chair’s plywood frame is less durable than its more expensive aluminium-framed counterparts, and can feel a bit wobbly. The chair does have good PU synthetic leather covering. The five twin wheel nylon casters and base have been upgraded from previous models, and allow for the chair to be easily moved around, whatever the floor surface. Another plus is that it’s not too heavy at 38 pounds, and will not take up much space: product dimensions are: 21.6 x 23.6 x 52.3 inches.
All in all, it’s not a bad chair for casual gaming or office work, but it does not offer quite as much in the way of features and durability as the other chairs in the Arozzi series, and so might not be the best investment for hours and hours of serious MMO gaming. It is an economy model, so if your budget allows, it’s worth upgrading to something that offers a bit more than the bare basics.
Design Alternatives & Original Accessories
The Milano comes in a nice choice of colour options that promise to look cool in your living room, or gaming den, whatever the decor. You can have the chair in all-black, or black with green, white, blue or red edging. The colours are bright and cut a great contrast with the black panels. The Milano design is simple and stylish, with just a hint of the racing car about it, as with all the Arozzi chairs.
This chair does not come with any additional accessories, though it does have adjustable height, an adjustable lumbar pillow, and thick padding.
This line of chairs has been designed to suit gamers of an average stature, with a height estimate of between 1.70 m and 1.80m in height, and a proportionate body weight average. The chair supports a max weight of 100kg, and brawnier gamers who are exceeding that might find it too narrow for comfortable gaming. The back might also feel too narrow, and the proportions slightly off, resulting in a cramped back and shoulders. Basically, you don’t want to get killed halfway through a dungeon raid because your chair threw off your reflexes. If this sounds like it could be a problem, you might consider upgrading to one of the roomier models on offer. That said, the chair height and lumbar pillows can be adjusted within reason. Every gamer has unique requirements to savour their game in comfort, and it’s important to be able to customise to achieve maximum enjoyment.
Arozzi specialises in gaming furniture, so it’s not surprising that the chair boasts an attractive, snazzy design, and it is comfortable enough in the short term. However, for the price, there is nothing extraordinary about it, and it can’t compete with the brand’s other offerings.
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