E-Win Racing introduces the first stain-resistant performance 2.0 PU Leather as the highlight feature for its Flash Series gaming chairs. E-Win backs their products with a 2-year warranty and a 10-year warranty on the steel-constructed frame. Recommended for people between 5’7”- 7’0″ tall and with a maximum weight of 550lbs the Flash XL is made for us bigger folks. Featuring high-density Cold-Cure memory foam, a 155 degrees adjustable backrest, 4D adjustable armrests, soft glide casters, and a multi-tilt mechanism priced at $469.
Right out of the box the packaging is not super flashy like some of the other brands but that doesn’t change the quality or performance. Installation for the most part was very easy with no need for instructions. We did however have some issues with attaching the backrest to the seat, it is very easy to do when someone is holding it steady for you. I found it a bit challenging to get the holes aligned and screw the bolt in alone. This is the only brief moment in the installation where you will need 2 people, the rest was cake. At this price point, I would expect the quality to be top tier. Its steel-constructed frame adds some weight to it, you can feel its sturdiness when you sit on it. “No Cap” Flash XL has to be made heavy-duty to hold a 550lb weight limit. It really is made for us bigger people with an almost 24” wide and close to a 40” tall backrest.
Unless you are a content creator worried about the look on your set it’s going to be all about comfort when purchasing a chair. Even then, the E-win flash XL has enough looks to feature in your at-home production. This chair is mad comfortable, whatever this high-density Cold-Cure memory foam is, it works. You can literally take a nap in this chair when it’s tilted back 155 degrees. E-Win went a little overboard on the lumbar support, I don’t find it comfortable at all. A personal opinion but I think it’s much more comfortable when it’s off. Aside from this, it has all the adjustability settings to find your sweet spot using its 4D armrests, seat height range, and tilt locking system.
Sometimes it’s the small things that make you want to purchase a product. Soft glide casters that are almost 3” larger than normal make for quiet operation. They also prevent damage to flooring which is a huge plus. It’s a comfortable well-built chair, it will be staying in our office for daily use. The Flash series is E-win’s flagship product line with the highest quality and craftsmanship of all their chairs. Its XL version is the largest chair in their catalog and also the most expensive at $469. You can find a smaller version of the Flash series for $429. If you are not a plus-size gamer and looking for something cheaper E-win does have some cheaper options available starting at $269. I would most definitely give E-Win a hard look.