In today’s post I am going to cover Vertagear Gaming Chair reviews for Vertagear’s “Gaming Series” chairs. All three chairs are fairly similar in both look and features, so I will review them all together and quickly discuss their differences below.
Product 3: Vertagear Triigger 350 SE
Price: $899.99 (retail)
Where to Buy: Vertagear.com
Guarantee: 10 Year Limited Warranty
My Rating: 9 out of 10
Vertagear Triigger 275, 350, and 350 SE, Product Overview.
In a previous post I mention why it is important to have a good gaming chair. You spend so much time in them if you’re an avid PC gamer. There are currently three chairs in the gaming series; the “275”, “350”, and “350 Special Edition”.
I’ve been researching gaming chairs for some time now, and I’ve gotta say; Vertagear’s Gaming Series chairs are pretty freakin’ sweet. They remind me of the chair I use in my work office, which my current employer paid around $1200 for.
If that seems really expensive for a chair, keep in mind that the chair is the most ergonomic chair I’ve ever seen or used. It really is nice, and worth it, and the same can be said for these gaming chairs.
Stylishly Comfortable, but What’s the Difference?
Vertagear dubs their Gaming Series line of chairs “the most ergonomic product line of the Vertagear gaming chair family.” It becomes very clear, very fast that they use quality components when engineering these chairs.
It’s a bit tricky to tell the difference in these three chairs just by looking at Vertagear’s site. It would be ideal if they added a “compare” feature. Here’s a quick compare of the adjustable features.
These versatile adjustments make for a chair that can be individually tuned to meet the specific needs of your own body.
The 275 has an adjustable back support not found on the 350 versions, but the 350 are still superior with their heavier duty construction, including heavy duty bolts and an aluminum-alloy frame.
The 350 SE also has a high-grade paint-job and an adjustable head-rest, putting it a cut-above the standard 350.
Very Expensive, But…
These chairs are more of an investment than a standard purchase. They are built to last and come with a 10 year limited warranty. That’s a pretty solid warranty.
They also seem to have a reputation for excellent customer service. I saw one review that was titled “great chair but…” which I expected to contain a scathing review. Instead I found that they had a problem with a broken wheel and scratched base on delivery, but were so pleased with the customer service that they ended up giving a five-star review anyways.
That wasn’t the only good review of customer service, and of course the product got rave reviews as well!
So what’s the down-side? In a word…expensive. The low-end model is $600, with the mid-range at $700 and the high-end at $900!
That said, if you’re a gamer (or anyone really) that is spending as much time at your PC as I think you are then you cannot go wrong with these gaming chairs, and like I said, they’re an investment, and a solid one at that. Literally.
Your Neck, Shoulders, Back, and Hips Will Thank You.
With all of the time you spend at your home computer, a high-grade gaming chair can relieve tension and stress that naturally occur with hardcore gaming. The ergonomic design will have your neck, shoulders, back, and hips singing your praises for years to come. If this sounds appealing to you, then I highly recommend you consider picking up one of the Vertagear Gaming Series chairs.
I hope you enjoyed this review and if you have any questions about any of the Vertagear Gaming Series chairs or want to leave your own personal review, please feel free to leave a comment below.