I am very much enjoying this chair so far. I'm a petite woman, 5'5" and 135 lbs, so I was searching for a chair that would be comfortable for my size and that didn't necessarily look like the standard gaming chair --- my gaming PC is hideous enough, so I at least wanted a sleek and subtly beautiful chair. This chair is gorgeous and bright, exactly the opposite of some of the black and red nightmares on the market (sorry to the people who are into those, but we all have our preferences). This chair just looks GOOD. It also feels good. It's so comfortable that one of my cats obsessively breaks into my office just to sit in this chair, so I keep a towel over it to prevent claw damage.
Tip for assembly: If you're flying solo, when you go to assemble the back of the chair to the seat, slide your free hand under the seat back, wedging it between the seat back and the chair seat. This tiny lift will relieve pressure from the weight of the seat back on the screw you're trying to tighten, making it a lot easier and quicker to tighten them.
One caveat: While the arms of this chair are 4D, the inward dimensional movement is only about an inch. For petite people like me: You will not be able to get the arm rests directly under your shoulders for maximum comfort. This is due to how wide the base of the chair is. The arms of the chair will not get close enough to your body. Personally, I am Bisexual Person Sitting in Chair meme, so I like the wide seat base because it's way too much room for my butt but perfect for curling my legs up. But if you are a smol person reading reviews and hoping that this chair will finally give you the armrest position of your dreams, it won't. Only a chair with a petite seat base will do that, but then problems comes in when your hips (seat base measurement) are wider than your ideal shoulders/elbows (armrest position). Your arms will be comfortable, but your hips will be jammed against the bar that connects the arm rest to the seat. Go ahead and pick a chair that meets all your other parameters, then look into articulating arm rests that attach to your desk. They come with the benefit of moving with your arm as you go from mouse to keyboard, and they don't interfere with how close you move your chair to your desk or what height you set your chair to. You can thank me later. :)
I got this for my husband for Father’s Day. (He’s been wanting one for years.) At first we received the wrong chair, but customer service was very nice, fast, and understanding. We now have the chair and he loves it !
Very comfortable! It’s easy to put together by yourself. I also love the color it goes great with my setup
I received my TS83 chair about a week ago now and my butt and back are thoroughly enjoying their newfound comfort! I'm currently not using the lumbar or neck pillow as I really don't need them, but it'll be nice to have them if I ever do.
Assembly was a breeze, even for just one person putting it together. Those that aren't as mechanically inclined may have a few issues putting the back rest on as it's a little fiddly.
My only complaint is super nitpicky, but one of the plugs for the back rest bracket screw cover didn't seat properly and I can't get it back out to re seat it. So it's not sitting flush with the plastic cover.