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Arozzi Verona/Verona Pro V2 Gaming Chairs

Arozzi Verona/Verona Pro V2 Gaming Chairs

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Just got the Verona V2 in. Very comfortable, seat holds the body in place nicely. Cushions are adjustable for the body lumbar and for the head. For those of you who min/max table height and chair height ratio, the floor to the bottom of the chair height is about 17.5 or 18 inches
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Dubi
Yes. You take them out and then mount the backrest to the frame.
I had this model, and I can't recommend it, wheels just bend after few months, I had ton yeld it again but still, metal is so thin, so it bend again. Those back support things are crap, they become flat after few months and crappy. Plastics are fell cheap.
Sorry I can not recommend this chair :(
I’m 5‘9“ and 160 pounds. Would it be too big for me. Every gaming chair I’ve tried feels to Big and bulky for me.
Ja_Roth
I'm 5'9" 160 lbs as well, I've had the chair for months now, it's perfect, certainly not too big, it's a comfortable fit in my experience
I'm 6' 2" tall and 280lbs. This chair exceeded my expectations. The comfortable design and ease of putting it together was a plus too. The arms rests are height adjustable and the whole chair has a premium feel to it. I'm so glad that I finally found a chair that I feel comfy to sit in.
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PlayCub
Awesome. Just joined the drop! Thanks
can this be shipped to malaysia?
I was wondering if this chair is something for me, but wherever I look, I can’t find any height recommendations. I’m 6’3”, does anyone know if this chair would be comfortable for me?
PaybackWR
I would rather have you do with a Vernazza to tell you the truth. The Vernazza has about 3 more inches then the Verona V2 Pro's.
PaybackWR
Yes. Read my comment above. I'm 6'2" and this chair actually fits me.
Says it's available to Canada, but no shipping options at checkout?
Chrjz
Must be a typo. We cannot ship to Canada at this time. Sorry
I’m 5’8” and 245lb, would the v2Pro be a good fit?
kuroi_inazuma
Hi, it's very subjective but I would guess it might be a little snug. I would suggest waiting for our Vernazza model to come back around.
Mine came in as promised June 1st. Aside from very minor bumps chair was in a great condition, super easy to assemble. My son actually did it on his own which says a lot about how easy it was.. very comfortable. Probably will get one more for myself now.
Hey all,
I got my chair in the mail yesterday. It is nice, but it seems wobbly to me. Anyone else having this issue?
Fearwater5
Contact customer service to help you with that issue. Service@arozzi.com
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Just received my chair and put it together. Was easy enough to put together besides a few issues where a washer slipped and fell beneath the seat padding. I'm curious if anyone else received theirs and had damage, though. My seat has a small cut in it, one of the plastic elbow pieces underneath the arm rest was damaged, and one of the covers where the seat mounts to the back.
Dramamine
Contact Arozzi service at service@arozzi.com to get your chair fixed.
Does anyone know how much this drop was for the v2? I would rather get this the version one that is available right now
Khangtonio
The Pro V2 was $184.99
So for anyone who has used this site before, do the Product usually come on the estimated date?
DR-CHWDR
Mine shipped last Friday, should be here on the 1st of June.
I am 6'1 185-190. I ordered the Verona V2 but am having second thoughts and might edit my order for the Pro V2. Would the Verona V2 fit me comfortably or should i edit my order to the Pro V2?
dannyhuangster
I would recommend the Pro V2
arozziserviceteam
I already ordered the Verona- anyway to change that order to a black prov2?
Which one for me? 6'3" 230lbs
@arozziserviceteam @ArozziScott I’m 5’2”. I’ve had a rough time finding chairs that fit my size. Some of the issues I run into are: my feet end up dangling, the seat is too big, and the arm rest are too wide. How would this chair fit someone small like me?
Retina
It’s always a bit difficult to say because people of the same height have different ratio of leg and torso. The chair is not super deep. I would look at the lowest height setting and then see how long your legs are from the knee and try to estimate
What is the difference between the normal version and the pro? weight support?
bachnguyen
weight support for Verona is 230lbs and weight support for V2 is 290 lbs.
This chair is listed for gaming but will it work for music production as well? Thank you
Hustlerwhite69
You realize it’s a.... chair, right?
Just got mine in the mail today! Fully assembled! This is leaps and bounds more comfortable than the chair I used to use. No more Wal-Mart chairs for me! I'm hoping to get many many years out of this chair!
The only think I didn't like about the chair was the lumbar pillow. Its a little on the stiff side. Its probably one of those that you have to break it in to make it softer. I will probably have the wife use the pillow since she prefers more lumbar than I do.
theniceguy9112
This chair is sold in Walmart.
Just got my chair in, it's the version 2 pro. I'm seeing conflicting data though on how much weight it can support. On the box, it clearly states that it can hold up to 290 lbs (as seen in this picture).
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, but on the massdrop page, it says the supported weight is up to 330 lbs. So which one is right? It kinda matters to me because I'm around 305 lbs.
Sicel1304
We updated the weight back in January so I think Massdrop hasn't updated it on their website yet. I will send them a email to remind them thank you.
So what exactly is the different between these and the active Verona and Verona Pro? I am kind of hoping this one comes back because I kept hearing good things about the Verona Pro V2 from friends of my stature that have it. I am 5'4 and weigh near 150 pounds and debating on waiting for this one or going for the current active massdrop for the Verona Pro...
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For a 6’3 person, does it really matter Which one I chose? I’m around 200lbs
Zurich
I would say the V2 Pro would be the best bet. The V2 pro has a higher gas lift so the height is taller. Thank you
Got the email that it shipped yesterday! I'm really hoping that the chair will get here by the weekend even though the estimated time of arrival is Monday next week.
So I'm not entirely up to speed as this is my first drop joined, ever; but it says expected ship date is the 11th of May, is that when the shipping process begins orwhen we should expect it at the addresses listed? Furthermore, if its either, do we get notified by Massdrop by you, the Vendor of shipping having begun and/or providing a tracking number?
Leozas
Hello, the expected ship date is the day that the chairs can be shipped out, however in most cases, we have shipped them out early. Once a shipping lable is created, a email should be sent to you with the tracking information. Thank you
Just ordered one of these for myself. I went for the pro version myself. I thought the black/carbon seat looked really good. I am a little disappointed that it has a "plastic" 5-star base, but the chair I'm currently sitting in has the same thing. Granted the chair I'm in now is 80 bucks compared to 350 retail, but you would think for "350" it would have a heftier base. Still didn't stop me from ordering one. Can't wait for it to come in!
theniceguy9112
Molded composite materials are stronger than the pressed metal bases that come with other chairs, including the original Verona and Verona Pro. That is actually one of the upgrades we made to the V2. I know it is counter intuitive for a lot of people but when you see it in person you will understand.
ArozziScott
Interesting... I appreciate the feedback on this. It was more of a nit pick on my part, but if the base is stronger than steel then I can understand using it. Being a mechanic I know how handy carbon fiber is, which is another composite that is stronger than steel. If the base is going to be stronger than this purchase is even sweeter than I thought.
I'm 5.9 and 195lb will this be comfortable for me if I have broad shoulders?
Redoshi
Should be. I mean really depends on how broad :)
Silly question: Should I buy one of those plastic surfaces that you put on your floor so the wheels of the chair can easily roll on, or would the chair be fine on just plain carpet?
Sicel1304
I use it on carpet in my home office. It rolls easily as needed.
How would this chair be for somebody who's 6'2" and under 190lbs?
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What's the difference between the Verona and Verona Pro in that respect? :o
InFlames
None, the basic frame is the same. The differences are in functionality and the aesthetics.
Will the Arozzi Verona Pro work for bigger people? I am 6' tall and have a pretty large build.
Specter2
That really depends on how large. Even though the chair is rated up to 330 lbs, that does not mean someone at any height and that weight will be comfortable. Our Vernazza will be coming around again soon. If you are 6 ft and over, say, 240 lbs, I would recommend investing in it, you will be definitely more comfortable.
I bought 2 of these pro v2. Unfortunately i feel like it's not meant for smaller, skinnier people. Not being able to adjust the arm rest inward or narrow the arm rest legs makes it uncomfortable to say the least. Otherwise, great buy and bck support. However, sadly my Sam's Club office chair for $100 works better as far as comfort goes.
j0s0
I just bought this. How tall are u? Worried its too big for me. Im 5.5 145lbs
OdzX
You will be good in this chair dont worry.