Vertagear SL Gaming Chair Review
In late 2015 Vertagear appeared on the gaming chair scene with very promising ambitions and innovative products. One of them beeing the SL4000 that I did an in-depth review about on release – and I am going to polish that one up for you guys today.
Since almost all the brands at that time were buying off the rack – or at least it seemed like that – the community welcomed the fresh SL4000 with its realistic motorsports aesthetics and sophisticated function set. In combination with the brand’s pro-consumer mindset and the promise to incorporate consumer feedback into their design process, the S-Line filled an important niche which was long overdue.
Anyways, stay tuned for what is coming up: A contemporary SL4000 review that comprises almost two years of field-testing experiences with this seat!
|steel frame, aluminum alloy base, cold foam batting, PVC leather covering with open pores, PU casters, PU armrests
|4D-armrests, (lockable) rocking, class 4 gaslift, lumbar/neck pillows, 90-170° reclinable backrest, silent/floor-friendly casters with two-tone design