Published on Sunday, 04 December 2016 00:29
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I still think i prefer the design of the Nitro but the Pro X is certainly a step up compared to the Premium V2 and Prime models.
Stitching may actually be better than the ones we saw with the other models but it's not really noticeable.
The company logo is once again placed at the top of the backrest while the line/series name is placed at the front of the seat.
This time over the armrests are not only height adjustable allowing you to raise them from 23cm and all the way up to 35cm but they can also rotate left and right.
Mounting the two pillows is not hard the base one requires routing of two elastic bands while the top one has a single elastic band which goes around the top end of the back rest (the plastic piece was attached on the neck pillow so you can use it as seen above).
I was a bit surprised to see that the company logo is also placed at the rear top of the backrest.
The back rest drops a full 180 degrees (ok this picture it's more like 120 degrees) so yes you can probably take a quick nap on it too.
Taking a look at the finished Pro X and i think it's very clear that this is the largest gaming chair to arrive in our lab, to date at least.