Corsair TC200 review: the comfortable chair that doesn’t overdo it
The gaming chair segment is so crowded that it is difficult to choose from the dozens of products on the market. The Corsair brand, present since 1994 for the pleasures of gamers, released a model with obvious sobriety that caught our attention, the TC200 gaming chair.
All PC gamers, whether they are crazy about casino games with
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Ready to do battle, we receive the beast weighing more than 25 kilograms in a box perfectly designed for long trips. The first disappointment when opening the box is the lack of instructions, and yet, we realize that the assembly of the beast will give us a little trouble.
Fortunately, you can find a PDF assembly guide on the manufacturer’s website that will give you all the essentials: attaching the wheels is child’s play, and installing the seat requires a little more dexterity. Most of the other elements (armrests) are already attached. Finally, the assembly does not take more than 5 minutes, especially if you get help.
Design and measurements
The TC200 is a gaming chair that doesn’t go all out in flash and color! Here, we find a certain discreet elegance, in the “adult gamer” style with a faux leather or polyester finish. Alas, the seat is only available in black, which removes any quirkiness. The maximum height of this seat reaches 1m95.
The TR200 is designed to carry players up to 120 kilograms, and its finish smacks of sophistication all the way to the end of the wheels, which only roll when a person is sitting on them. Practical detail for some and boring for others.
A good seat must protect the lower back, provide a comfortable seat and keep the elbows in a position that avoids tendonitis. TC200 fulfills this contract brilliantly, benefiting from a reclining seat up to 180°. The seat allows you to rock slowly during loading times and the armrests are wide enough to give a feeling of comfort and solidity on your supports.
After several hours of playing on the TC200, there is no doubt that the Corsair model is intended for all gamers who, like us, spend more than 5 hours a day in front of their screen.