Today we’re taking a look at Corsair’s latest gaming chair, the TC200. After being fairly impressed with the TC60 last year, I was quite excited to get my hands on this given there are a number of improvements – notably, the more premium materials, including the powder-coated metal base and 75mm anti-roll castors. We put this chair through its paces today and find out if it is worth buying.
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00:57 Unboxing and assembly
02:18 Design / craftsmanship
03:43 Upgrades versus previous models
04:52 Gas lift and ergonomics
06:54 Armrests / recline functionality
09:46 Closing thoughts
- Fabric and leatherette options
- 90-180 degree recline
- 4D armrests
- Class 4 gas lift with 120mm of range
- Max height: 196cm
- Max weight: 121kg
- Steel frame backrest
- Includes neck pillow
- Racer-style aesthetic
- 75mm anti-roll dual wheel castors
The Corsair TC200 has a retail price of for £349.99 and is available directly from Corsair HERE.
- Great looking design.
- Premium steel base (vs plastic used on older models).
- Class 4 gas lift (up to 121kg weight support).
- 4D armrests with lots of adjustment options.
- 90-180 degree recline for relaxing.
- Very comfortable.
- Includes neck pillow to aid neck ergonomics.
- Available in both fabric and leatherette.
- Lumbar support is not adjustable.
- The headrest on the chair is not really useful.
- 4D armrests require a button to adjust.
- Castors are quite rattly and loud.
- Side bolsters could be uncomfortable for wider people.
- Fairly expensive at £350.
KitGuru says: The TC200 is certainly an improvement over the TC60 I reviewed previously, however, ergonomic options still feel lacking. While I do love the recline mechanism on this chair too, it’s not convenient for those using two hands to game (especially when in an intense session) as you need a free hand to operate it.
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