For over a year now, I’ve been sitting on a folding metal chair while working at my computer. It’s not that I didn’t want a more agreeable chair, just that I didn’t feel like I needed the extra expense of a computer chair. Since I’m in front of my personal computer much less that I am at my office, where I have a swanky ergonomic chair, I dealt with the brief discomforts of sitting on cold metal.
When Ewin reached out to me and offered to send me one of their Knight Series chairs to review I hopped right on the offer. A week later a 70-pound box was dropped off at my front door and I was left with the duty of putting it together. Thankfully it was an easy task, taking no more than 15 minutes. The chair I received was black and grey with a lumbar and neck pillow.
The Knight’s height can be adjusted, as well as the height of each armrest. The neck pillow is attached to the top with elastic straps and a buckle and can be adjusted to a comfortable position very easily. Unfortunately, the lumbar pillow does not connect to the chair and requires frequent repositioning. It’s not a huge deal but it would have been nice if it attached. My favorite part, though? The seat can recline. ALL THE WAY.
The chair is incredibly comfortable, but not cushy. Quite the opposite, in fact. It is quite firm. Honestly? I love that about it as I feel supported and suffer much less fatigue sitting in the Knight than I do even my fancy ergonomic office chair at work. It’s far superior to the folding chair I was previously using.
The Knight is one of the lower-end models that Ewin offers, yet is incredibly well built. Most of the higher models are meant to support people of varying body types. There’s a chair for everyone and they’re fairly affordable for a higher-end chair. You can even get 20% your order by using code PAWN when you check out!
I don’t think I could ever go back to a standard computer chair again and I’m pretty certain there will be an Ewin Knight in Bea’s future as well.
A Knight Series chair was purchased at-cost for review from Ewin
Media personality Rob Kalajian has been a staple in the board game world for many years. As a former writer for Purple Pawn and the owner of A Pawn’s Perspective, Rob focuses on board game reviews, events, and news. A self-proclaimed geek, Rob loves all things toys and games and even helps raise his four kids in his spare time.
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