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Material:steel+original sponge +PU.
Chair foot diameter:65cm.
1.Made of soft and breathable synthetic leather,thick and high-density foam,good elasticity and not easy to deform.
2.The vibration degree is between 90°-150°;the adjustable headrest and lumbar cushion provide additional support and comfort;the footrest can be pulled out or pulled out flexibly.
3.The height of the game chair can be adjusted between 120 cm and 128 cm.Width:42 cm,seat back height:80 cm.
4.This recliner is ideal for games and can also be used as an office chair.You can not only adjust the height of the chair according to your needs,but also adjust the angle of the chair.
Please Note:You need to assemble yourself
1.Due to different shooting scenes or computer monitor lighting,the actual product color may be slightly different from the picture color,please understand.
2.As the product size is manually measured,please allow an error of 1-3 cm.
3.We only sell chairs,not other decorations,please understand.
4.Before buying,you can contact us in time if you have any questions,and we will serve you as soon as possible.
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