The poor UPS guy that had to deliver the M-Series up only my porch really deserves a raise. This chair came in an extremely large box that tips the scales at around 56 pounds. Not only was it large and hard to hold on to but with that weight I really have no idea how he got it from his truck to our house without dragging it. For scale I put a full ATX motherboard on top of the box to show just how large it was. The box itself isn’t to flashy, you have the DXRacer logo in red and just an outline of the chair itself on the side. With this getting shipped in its main box (as expected) I think anything more than this might draw to much attention to what is inside anyhow, not that many people could take a box this sized off your porch without someone noticing.

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Inside the M-Series is broken down into pieces and DXRacer used a heavy duty foam in between parts to keep everything in good shape. Our chair came in without any damage or issues related to packaging/shipping.

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All of the M-Series parts come wrapped up in plastic to prevent them from getting any rub marks during shipment. As you can see, the base comes in complete with the arm rests already attached as well.

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Inside of the small box in the previous pictures, I found all of the other goodies needed to build the M-Series. You have all five of its large locking caster wheels, the hydraulic piston that you set the height with, the two paddle controls and the five matching orange footrests that go on the end of each of the chairs legs. The instruction manual is bagged up and included in this box as well.

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garfi3ld replied the topic: #34628 14 Apr 2014 13:58
I hope everyone had a great weekend. To kick off a busy week I took a look at the M-Series gaming chair from DXRacer.
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Plague replied the topic: #34629 14 Apr 2014 19:25
wow that price is way to high. I can get a chair that supports 500lb for that price and those large 500lb are really comfortable just very heavy. hehe
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garfi3ld replied the topic: #34630 15 Apr 2014 03:29
It's not specifically about the weight that it handles. I like it for the back that reclines and the styling.

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