Is A Nitro Concepts Chair Worth It?
A Nitro Concepts gaming chair is worth it depending on your personal preferences. The C80 models deliver more value for the money then low-level Arozzi chairs do (steel frame instead of plywood), and the fresh designs of the Evo and Race breathe new life into the market. Their right to exist is undeniable: Nitro Concepts pleases the average built gamer who is on a budget and looking for an ergonomic as well as stunning piece of furniture to boost their gaming setup.
Furthermore, I would like to underline that I have been in contact with the company both as a customer and as a professional and their support is on par with premium brands like noblechairs. Speaking of this platinum brand, I even found another similarity: Nitro Concepts also utilises perforated PU-leather on their E200 Race chair (quite a bit thinner though) to compensate for the usual lack of breathability – awesome!
Nitro Concepts chairs are stocked with …
- perforated PU-leather (E200 Race), PU-fabric-hybrid (E220 Evo) or full synthetic leather covering
- a steel frame resting on a nylon base with 50mm PU-casters carrying a max load of 120 kilos
- a modifiable 15° rocking function and foldable armrests with a thick padding (C80 Motion)
- a special fire-retardant surface material that complies with the UK Fire Safety Regulations
- a metal sticker showing the brand’s logo as a bonus
Of course one has to lower the sights in matters of material quality, workmanship, flexibility and size diversity compared to brands like DXRacer, Vertagear or of course noblechairs but the economical prices are not by chance. You can not have everything.
My Top 3 Nitro Concepts Chairs
I was very curious which seat you guys would buy the most, and so I did some research. The rather surprising outcome was: The C80 Comfort is the best-selling Nitro Concepts chair in Germany and the UK. Again this exemplifies that the majority wants to buy as cheap as possible and although I do not recommend doing that (bought cheaply will be paid dearly), I understand that the affordable C80 chair is what makes Nitro Concepts so appealing to the crowd.
Of course, buying an E220 Evo gives you a more sophisticated and feature-rich chair, that also comes with a bit more room for taller gamers, but at this price range, other brands might offer more bang for the buck. So it seems comprehensible that, even though the E220 I reviewed and the E200 Race are the better chairs, the C80 find more customers.
With the S300 which was released in late 2017, the brand brought its first almost-premium chair into the game that scores with its comfortable fabric covering.
Overview And Size Guide For Nitro Concepts
I spent quite some time comparing the measurements and ergonomic features of all the different Nitro Concepts chairs to put together a size-guide, but to be honest: This brand produces for the averagely sized guy.
The side boulders of the Excellence Class seats (E200, E220) are a bit more pronounced which gives the user more race car feeling but narrows down the effective space a bit. The C80 chairs do not give you that comfortable feeling of getting hugged from behind but provide larger gamers with insignificantly more breathing room. Furthermore, the Evo and Race models do offer a slightly elevated sitting height, but in the end, all these aspects have a pretty marginal effect.
The flagship of Nitro Concept’s range is the brand new S300 which I recently crowned to my no. 1 fabric covered gaming chair. It offers remarkable quality at low cost and is one of my favourite all around chairs on the market. The S300 offers a lot of breathing room and accommodates even beefier gamers with ease.
My advice: All Nitro Concepts chairs are suitable for the average gamer and fit optimally if you are within 1.75-1.85m in height and around 60-90 kilos in weight. To be honest: For this brand, there is only one choice in my opinion which is the S300 with its second to none cost-performance ratio! It carries 100+ kilos with ease, and 1.65m-1.90m is suitable regarding height.
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