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Vertagear Triigger Series 275 Gaming Chairs

Vertagear Triigger Series 275 Gaming Chairs

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I'd like to see the 350 or 350SE go on drop.. and ship to Canada... I'll buy for sure.
Got mine today. Assembly was a breeze. Push the 5 wheels on, put the cylinder on the base, set the chair on the cylinder, profit. My only complaint, and it's a big one: It blows my mind that companies continue to make such rock hard arm rests. We go through all these lengths to cushion our butts and support our backs, and seem to completely ignore arm comfort. Also, for $400++, the arm rests should have more than 2 adjustments. Just my opinion. Overall, you can tell that it's a quality chair. I like the way it supports my back, but sitting here for an hour my non mouse arm is not comfortable. I'll be looking into some kind of wrap for the arm rests. I'm pleased with the mesh on the seat and back. Also at 5'9, the chair is about 1/2" too tall when barefoot. I'd like my legs to come down a little more. In shoes, this isn't an issue. Obviously other 5'9 people will have different body types.
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DId you ever fix this properly?
Anessie
No, it is unpossible to reattach the lumbar support.
Can anyone tell me how this compares to the Steelcase Leap or the Herman Miller Aeron?
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Hi Canuck27, we're interested in speaking more with you. Do reach out to us at marketing@vertagear.com!
VERTAGEAR
On it right now
I was tentative on whether I should join this drop or not. In the end Im opting out in the hopes of the 350 or 350se showing up at discount sometime soon.
The 275 feels like the boring middle man in terms of high quality ergonomic (gaming) chairs. I'd rather purchase the 350 or 350se knowing I got an amazing deal on an amazing chair, rather than purchasing a 275 and thinking to myself "I spent nearly $450+ on a chair, but I probably could have bought something even better".
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I am all for getting the best bang for my buck. That's why I'm considering a ~$400 chair and not something for ~$150.
This is a very slippery slope. If you can afford it then sure, whatever who cares.. but if you are most people then you set a budget of say $450, then going up to 700 would be a 55% budget increase, and 800 is 77%!
thurst0n
Thank you!....finally someone said it..... Why not spend twice as much? We all have credit cards right?
Is there any plan for a drop on the 350? I really want the adjustable backrest. Oh screw it, in for 1.
I live in New Zealand and want to buy this or the 350 but I can't find anyone who sells it here or willing to ship :( I cant even purchase this drop. Any suggestions?
Riva
Try pccasegear.com. See if they are happy to ship it to you in NZ. Currently the 350 is out of stock tough.
IcyEnd
Thanks for the reply, I already emailed them a few months back and they won't ship to NZ either.
Looks like an Aeron inspired gaming chair rather than yet another "me too!" racing chair.
That's a smart design choice. I wish I could sit in one in person.
drossmap
I wouldn't say smart because they have their SL2000 occupying that spot.
I would buy the 350 or 350SE. I need that additional lumbar adjustment that the 275 does not. Make this happen Vertagear!!!
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saw this interesting chair here and started reviewing the different models. I would definitely buy the 350 se if it dropped.
Holding out for the 350/350se!
Any chance this babe or its 350 sister would be a good fit for a 185cm 100kg guy? I also have a question about the headrest - Dmitry from HardwareCanucks said in his review that these come with the headrest included. Doesn't seem to be true, right?
kaellar
I believe the 350se, the chair that hardware Canucks reviewed, comes with a headrest. The 275 does not currently. But they are working on one. If you read further down in the comments, a vertagear rep explains it. Oh and max load on the chair is 150kg.
I have a Herman Miller Aeron at work, how does this chair compare?
I was just doing research into buying one of these last week... I'd hop on this if the 350se was available, or if they had an optional headrest. Any chance of a 350se showing up one day? Or maybe the optional headrest they said they'd eventually be making becoming available?
Old-Fashiond
Thank you for your inquiry! We currently do not have a schedule for the 350SE; however, we'll take your suggestion into consideration! As for the headrest, we currently do not have an ETA on the availability, but we will have the option to purchase the attachable headrest in the near future.
Please feel free to let us know if you have any other questions!
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Thanks @bedazzler for flagging the New Egg issue and because of this we went back to the vendor and got a better cost.
We have adjusted the pricing and it is reflected in the current drop.
Cheers!
FYI this is on sale on Newegg for $499 right now. I think the sale only lasts until this Saturday (3/18) but probably still worth the money over slow Massdrop shipping. I'll let you know how I like it once it arrives.
What's the main differences between the Triigger Series 275, 350, and 350 Special Edition? I realize this is for the 275 only, but I saw the other two listed on their website: https://www.vertagear.com/collections/gaming-series
vpr555
275 parts make up the 275, 350 for the 350. It appears like the 350 gives it a nicer hinge possibly(just from looking at it), and lumbar support adjustment, while the SE is for the most part prettier paint. These two videos might help more than I have. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LYm0zzlIvLc https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TeCMRSJFyzc

MooTaters
Thanks for this! Looks like I want a 350 or 350se. Once I started watching those videos I realized I had watched them before but forgot the information so that was a good reminder.
No headrest? on a $500 chair?
nope, i'll pass
Having tried a couple of DX Racer style gaming chairs for 1+ years and switching over to a Vertagear Triigger Series 275 chair I can confidently say that this chair excels at ergonomics, style and overall comfort.
What I actually enjoy most is the breath-ability of the mesh as apposed to the traditional gaming chairs that had closed faux leather and caused me to overheat while sitting all day.
The Triiger Series also has the adjustment levers placed conveniently on the front underside of the armrests and I applaud Veratgear for making such a simple change that dramatically effects comfort and puts a 6th star on this already 5 star chair.
As an avid user please feel free to ask me any questions you have about this chair.
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Oh the description on massdrop says 47.2 inches max height
Canuck27
Floor to top of armrest - MAX height is ~ 31 ". Floor to top of chair back - MAX height ~47 ".
Vertagear usually offers a 10 year warranty on these chairs. Does anyone know of that is offered through mass drop as well?
Canuck27
We are getting these direct from Vertagear and it will carry the same manufacturers warranty offered from them. We will get this updated on the description page asap.
Canuck27
Hi @Canuck27,
Yes, the 10 year warranty will also apply for the Triigger 275 on Massdrop.
For additional information regarding our warranty for the Triigger Line chairs, please check out the link below.
https://www.vertagear.com/pages/warranty
These chairs barely came out this year. From what I've seen in reviews so far, they seem to be pretty well liked. They definitely look to be more comfortable and ergonomic than the ever popular racer gaming chairs. I currently have a DX racer and am not totally in love with it (poor lumbar support).
I need to know, is mesh really the best seating?
I ask because I have gone through 3 chairs in the past 5 years, all of them executive blah blah office chairs. I want an end game chair at under $500. That let's me rest my head without being uncomfortable. Last 3 cost on avg of $250 each and they held my big skull but can't last through time.
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A Herman Miller would probably be the end-all, stand the test of time chair you're looking for....but they are by no means cheap. I just went in on the E-Blue Cobra that's on here. Hoping it'll last me at least 5+ years.
There's also the Autonomous chair. Resembles the Herman Miller but for a fraction of the price.
KCchiefin
I was wearing out a chair a year, not anymore. (not gaming chairs) [god only knows if those could handle me] {maybe they could but maybe they can't}
I will check out the Autonomous chairs, I had already looked at HM and couldn't justify the price based on looks without feel.
Thanks for the response.