Too often, reviewers focus on high-end products that most people will never be able to afford. Today, we’ll buck that trend by reviewing the Arozzi Enzo – a budget gaming chair that costs less than $200. We’ll be seeing how well this chair holds up so you can decide if it’s right for you.
|Dimensions||31.1 x 12.6 x 25.2”|
|Weight Limit||190 lbs|
|Colors||Black, white, blue, red, green, orange|
The first thing you’ll notice about the Enzo is that it’s very well-padded, especially on the armrests. The edges of the backrest taper inwards and the seat itself is slightly curved, which looks great. The casters don’t appear to have any distinguishing features, though, but at this price, it’s hard to complain.
Our only issue is that the colored variants are pretty lacklustre. They apply to just six small padded areas on the edges, and the stitching, when generally, the seat is colored too. On the other hand, these variants don’t cost anything extra, so you can add a small splash of color for free.
This chair is actually very comfortable thanks to its dense foam padding. There’s a small lumbar support section, which provides some back relief, but if you’re looking to sit for long periods of time, you might need an extra cushion.
Notice the hollowed out section on the backrest – this increases breathability and helps keep you cool. If your workspace gets pretty hot, this will be a godsend, and we’re pleased to see it included. The armrests are fixed in place, and while we’d have preferred to see some kind of adjustment mechanism, this is exceptionally rare for low-budget chairs, so it’s not a huge deal.
The Arozzi Enzo can tilt back and forth, but there’s a lock function if you’d rather not. This chair has a lower weight limit than most, at around 190lbs. As such, it’s suitable for most people, but if you’re on the heavier side, you might want to try a different model instead, such as the Verona Pro.
The functionality of this product is pretty limited. It’s not intended for people who want the fanciest chair on the market, though. Instead, it’s better suited to people who just want a comfortable, ergonomic office chair. Students, coders, and the self-employed will find the Enzo a perfect fit for both their budgets and bodies.