Vertagear shows its new Racing Series P-Line PL6000 Gaming Chairs

Posted on Tuesday, Feb 16 2016 @ 12:51 CET by Thomas De Maesschalck
Vertagear send out word that its VG-PL6000 gaming chairs will hit the market towards the end of the month. These chairs are priced at $439.99 and are available in five different color combinations. The VG-PL6000 is a more heavy duty version of its predecessor, and features an adjustable back angle, 4-direction adjustable armrest, adjustable seat height, additional neck support and lumbar support cushions, tilting, etc.
Vertagear, mostly known for their award winning Racing Series S-Line chairs, is pleased to announce the newest member to the series, the P-Line. With enhanced ergonomic feasters and support designated for our broader fans, the Racing Series P-Line is available in five different color combinations: Blue, Carbon Black, Green, Red, and White.

Racing Series P-Line
The P-Line PL6000 is designed for comfort and equipped with superior ergonomic features. Industrial strength and extra-large construction on padding and headrest provide extra support and durability. The P-Line is a great fit for users desiring more space. Made with perforated PVC leather, the chair has better airflow and cooling so gamers can now have a more refreshing gaming experience.

This line now offers a lot more features, such as:
  • better stability thanks to a new heavy duty base frame;
  • 75mm diameter, soft glide PU(polyurethane) wheels;
  • support up to 440 lbs;
  • a new easy-to-reach tilt locking mechanism, allowing you to find and lock to the best tilted position for intense gaming or relaxing;

    These features provide gamers the best comfort and support while maintaining a great racing style gaming experience.
  • Vertagear PL6000


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