Honestly I’m not even one hundred percent sure how one would even go about reviewing a chair. I mean reviewing games is
one thing, but a chair? Well, I guess we can share this strange journey together. First off I’d like to thank OPSEAT for sending us
this chair for review, but it did make me miss the joy of going shopping, and finding the perfect chair. I decided to go though the
process of finding one myself. Lets begin with the overall shopping experience. Color selection was super easy, just find the
color you love and there you go, but when I got deeper into fact checking the chairs, that’s where I noticed one issue. Trying to
find out more information on the Master Series chair which I am reviewing today, became a series of bouncing back and fourth
between tabs that overall weren’t very helpful. As for the other chair they offer the Grand Master Series the only information I
could find about this chair is the release date. Which for anyone curious will be sometime in January.
Finding information somewhat became a scavenger hunt. The site itself needs to add a shopping helper tool or something along
those lines where it can assist possible buyers find the best fit for them and maybe even save them some money at the end of
The building of the Master Series chair went super smooth, super easy step by step instructions to follow and nearly no tool use
made the overall build time somewhere around thirty to forty minutes, and with barely any assembly the hardest part was
actually gathering up all the trash afterwards.
Now on to the actual chair itself. When I usually shop for furniture I prefer to have more of a firm seat. Something that I can sit in
for multiple hours to get work done, and not have to worry about getting up and having my legs and buns be asleep. I’ll always
give the edge to usability over comfort any day of the week. Something I’ve noticed from switching from my old office chair to
this one is whether I’m pulling a full work day on my computer or just a marathon game day I never had the feeling like I needed
to get up and walk around. This along with the reduced strain on my neck and back, the ability to recline in my chair almost
completely flat and just the overall firm memory foam cushion inside the chair makes a world of difference compared to your
Besides the website being difficult to navigate when looking for information about the chair the only other complaint I’d have is
that it uses fake leather rather then natural leather, but when you look at all the other materials in this chair it basically balances
out. Everything else continued to wow me, between the seemingly unlimited adjustment settings of the chair, right up to the
durability being able to handle eight plus hour days of work and gaming, to the superb level of comfort. If you’re looking for a
great office or gaming chair you can’t go wrong with the OPSEAT Master Series.