Corsair T2 Road Warrior Review

Published by Luca Rocchi on 11.09.18
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Closer Look - Part II

  • Corsair T2 Road Warrior
  • Corsair T2 Road Warrior
  • Corsair T2 Road Warrior
  • Corsair T2 Road Warrior

The seat and the back rest have been covered in black synthetic leather, which received rather prominent yellow stripes - in our case. To a certain extent the design shares similarities to a racing seat which you can find on race cars. There is a flat seat, a high back rest which is fairly embracing, and a heas support all with an aggressive look. The back rest can be titled by 90° thanks to the lever which is located on the right side. Even with the back rest fully tilted, you will never feel like you're tipping over, thanks to the previously discussed solid base. The plastic parts to the left and the right could have been done better, as they do have some pointy corners and they look a bit cheap. To make the seat even more comfortable, there are two cushions in the delivery, where one is offering lumbar support and the other can be attached to the headrest. Unfortunately we think the lumbar support cushion is quite a bit too hard. Although both cushions have received a Corsair badge their design doesn't blend in with the rest of the chair.

Page 1 - Introduction
Page 2 - Photo Gallery / Delivery
Page 3 - Closer Look - Part I
Page 4 - Closer Look - Part II
Page 5 - Conclusion

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