In October 2017 Nitro Concepts introduced the S300 as a new top model and we were able to test this gaming chair for you. How does the new top model perform in contrast to the DXRacer 1 and does the quality speak for itself? More in the test!
With about 250 Euro the Nitro Concepts S300 is settling in the beginner area of gaming chairs. For the one or the other a lot of money, for high-quality products in this area, however, only an entry. A special feature is the fabric cover, which is not often found in this price segment. Cold foam is used for the upholstery and the 3D armrests are made of PU plastic. The height of the seat surface can be adjusted between 48 and 61 cm, and there is also a freely adjustable rocker function, which can of course also be locked. The seat itself is 57 cm wide and the backrest is 56 cm wide at the widest point. With its maximum weight of 135 kg, the chair is definitely suitable for more corpulent gamers.
Before we start evaluating the features and overall quality of the workmanship, we’ll look at the design of the Nitro Concepts S300. I’ll be brief: I haven’t yet had a chair that was so easy to assemble. Turn the turnstile around, attach the rollers, turn the turnstile around again, put the cylinder on it and tighten everything. The assembly takes no more than 20 minutes!
|Nitro Concepts S300|
|Weight||approx. 28 kg|
|Maximum load ||135 kg|