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** TIME TO GET TRIIGGERED BY VERTAGEAR **

Discussion in 'Gaming Chairs' started by ChugNorris, Nov 22, 2016.

  1. whyscotty

    Sgarrista

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    Are these in the shop to view/try?
     
  2. Jokester

    Don

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    Can't remember if they had one out front, there was some chairs available for testing though.
     
  3. whyscotty

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    Location: Wigan

    Cheers
     
  4. ChugNorris

    OcUK Staff

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    Location: Stoke

    We have the 275 and 350SE in the shop for your seating pleasure :)
     
  5. Simon Belmont

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    I wish the 350 were near £500 I would buy one then
     
  6. whyscotty

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    I called in yesterday and I do like. :)
     
  7. Simon Belmont

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  8. Connor McColl

    Associate

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    So it's August 24th. Any news on the headrest?
    I'm very keen on buying the Triiger 350 black edition but I wont get a chair without a headrest.
    Anyone shed some light on this?
     
  9. Simon Belmont

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    I talked to someone from Vertagear on facebook and he said the new headrest wouldn't be included with any chairs. They'll be sold separately.
     
  10. Sega Mega Dave

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    I bought the 275 today from the shop. Its a nice quality chair and it should be. Will take me getting used to be it has better support than these racing style seats.

    Only gripe is a wish the arm rests would go a little higher so I could have them level with my desk without needing to sit so high up.

    All in all a good chair and should last me a few years.
     
  11. VincentHanna

    Sgarrista

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    My Triigger 350 (standard black) is arriving tomorrow, hope it lives up to the hype (and price)
     
  12. Simon Belmont

    Mobster

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    Mine didn't.

    I bought the 350SE and it looks awesome, but the front mesh bent inwards that pinched my leg. Was very disappointing and seems to be design issue imho. Vertsagear and OCUK say it's normal? It's not normal to pinch the back of your leg though:(

    I bought a used herman miller aeron instead. Much better choice. I love it and it's so comfortable.

    Hope yours is ok? Let us know how you get on after a few days owning it.
     
  13. texxx74

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  14. Simon Belmont

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  15. inflynx

    Hitman

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    My 350 just arrived and there is an issue with the front of the seat. The cusion at the very front is harder than the mesh, so when you sit, the back of leg above the knee is pinched. It is really uncofportable and gives me dead legs.
    Anyone experienced this?

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  16. Simon Belmont

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    OMG mate just like what happened to mine. It pinched my legs it hurt. Sent mine back for a refund. That's a issue Vertagear needs to address.

    Glad I went for a Herman Miller Aeron instead. I don't have these issues it's a great chair used and cost half the price of the 350 se
     
    Last edited: Sep 13, 2017
  17. craarc

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    Because the seat cushion doesn't have enough support where your hand is and sinks, the front lip having less give puts pressure behind the leg above the knee cutting of the blood supply.
    The front lip would need to form with your body weight to alleviate that. which it looks like it doesn't and you are basically sinking into a net with a ridge at the front. they need to form the front edge so it extends further and curls under gradually rather than have a cut off what looks like 50cm or so from the front edge.
     
  18. inflynx

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    That's a pretty serious design flaw.
    Vertagear replied, said I may need to adjust the chair, which is obvoiusly not understanding the problem. I am going to have to return it, I'm afraid, though I really do like this chair otherwise.
     
  19. texxx74

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    Not good for the price:-( I was on the verge of ordering one, but Simon comment put me off. I ordered Aeron instead:)
     
  20. Simon Belmont

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    Good man.

    I should've bought the Aeron from the very beginning. It would have saved me a lot of headaches.

    The vertagear 350se is poorly made for the price.
     


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