There’s no way to avoid that the Andaseat Kaiser 2 is a ton of seat. We even kidded about it in our survey of the Mavis M9 that it would seem that the seat wears you. It bodes well; it can uphold a limit of 441lbs and oblige people up to seven feet tall, not an accomplishment oversaw by numerous others. The Kaiser 2 is based on a strong steel outline with larger than average bars to help the more noteworthy weight and taller statures to accomplish this.
The Kaiser 2 is a durable household item, and you never need to stress over it clasping regardless of whether you lean back the seatback to a 160-degree rest point. It kind of feels like a gaming seat intended for a wild bear or a hostile lineman of a football crew.
ANDASEAT KAISER 2 SPECS
- Colors: Black, Red
- Weight limit: 441 lbs
- Max lean back: 160°
- Material: BMW PVC calfskin, M3 cold-restored high-thickness froth
- Lumbar help: adaptable padding pad
- Armrests: 4D changes
- MSRP: $499.99
- Guarantee: long term
The seat comprises of a blend of high-thickness form molding froth, which will form to the state of your body after some time. I’ve had the seat for around fourteen days now, and it is perhaps the comfiest seat I’ve sat in this year. I had the option to sit for quite a long time with little uneasiness. The additional cushioning causes the seat to feel comfortable as a chair, albeit less the ottoman.
For somebody like me who’s just 5’9″ and 155lbs (at any rate the thing I’m willing to concede), the seat feels like it envelopes you in its PVC calfskin embrace as you sink once more into it. I had my dad give it a shot throughout the end of the week, who is 6’0″, 200lbs, and he went gaga for it. That is coming from somebody that views most office seats a piece as excessively confined for him to sit easily in for over 60 minutes.