Packaging

To call the box that the K Series comes in large might be an understatement. It is as tall as a TKL keyboard is long and when you view it from the top it dwarfs the keyboard. The box weighs a total of 70 pounds as well so your delivery guy/girl isn’t going to be a fan of you when this comes in. Once you maneuver the box inside and get it opened up you will find the chair back and arm rests right up top. The armrests come attached to the chair base but you can expect to have to work to get the chair back out from in between them. With the main pieces of the chair out, you will see that the chair was sitting in a foam tray with plenty of padding. There is a box of accessories along with the other important pieces of the chair. The base is also slipped in between the chair back and the chair bottom, keeping it protected as well.  

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garfi3ld replied the topic: #36061 30 Dec 2014 16:42
So with this week being new years I am posting our mid week review up a little early because I will have a look back on 2014 on the first. Today I take a look at the King Series office chair from DXRacer, their latest and greatest.
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cytog64 replied the topic: #38258 07 Dec 2016 15:41
After getting to test out this brand at LAN OC and try a few competitors at Dreamhack I went ahead and purchased an Iron Series office/gaming chair. I went with Green as it matches my Razer Blade.

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garfi3ld replied the topic: #38259 08 Dec 2016 08:22
Looking forward to hearing how it works for you. Did you get the bean bag as well?
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cytog64 replied the topic: #38260 08 Dec 2016 16:04
yes, hoping the sultan sumo arrives today...i need to get to work on PS4 - FF15 and this is my preferred console setup

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