AKRacing Masters Series Premium Gaming Chair with High Backrest, Recliner, Swivel, Tilt, Rocker and Seat Height Adjustment

(10 customer reviews)


Product details

Color Arctica
Brand AKRacing
Product Dimensions 25.59″D x 23.62″W x 59.06″H
Special Feature Adjustable
Material Foam, Polyurethane, Metal
  • Exclusive design PU leather upholstery on front and back – easy to clean and guaranteed to last for at least 5 years backed by manufacturer warranty.
  • Metal frame with anti-corrosive coating covered with 30% more high-density cold-cured foam padding for maximum comfort and durability.
  • Adjustable headrest and lumbar support pillows for comfort and enhanced ergonomics included.
  • 4D armrests adjustable in four directions: up & down, back & forth, in & out, and rotate to the sides. BMI Range – Recommended up to 29. Border 30-35. Not recommended – 36 and over
  • Advanced mechanism with adjustable rocking function and lockable tilt positions and Class-4 gaslift with 330 lbs capacity.
SKU: B07B43VRGL Category:


Time to prepare for a battle! AKRacing Premium gaming chair takes you to the Masters level, offering exclusive upholstery designs and extra comfortable padding with 30% more cold cured foam than the AKRacing core series ex chair. Constructed with a steel frame and stain-resistant PU leather, it’s ergonomically shaped to support you during gaming sessions. An upgraded mechanism enables the “Rock it & Lock it” function, while new 4D armrests are highly adjustable in four directions, and removable if you want to take a more minimal approach.

From the manufacturer

AKRacing Masters Series Premium Frame


Enhanced with reinforcement belts and powder-coated with anti-corrosive paint, the chair frame undergoes 11 point quality control and will last for at least 10 years.

AKRacing Masters Series Premium foam padding


Experience the soft and yet supportive 100% cold-cured foam padding, carefully selected to provide outstanding long-term comfort and performance. AKRacing sources the same quality upholstery materials as premium auto manufacture.

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AKRacing Masters Series PREMIUM gaming chair comes in 4 bold color options: executive black, carbon black, carbon silver, and Arctica. Find the one that matches your set up and style best.

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Patented AKRacing design armrests are made of a special foam mix, providing cushioning and support to the arms and wrists.

They are adjustable in 4 directions: up & down, back & forth, in & out, and rotate to the sides.


Adjust the chair to your desired comfortable position with the “Rock & Lock” feature, allowing you to lock the seat at an angle. Or simply rock it. Or lock it completely.

The mechanism also adjusts the height of the chair.


AKRacing Masters Series PREMIUM gaming chair comes with an AKRacing custom-made advanced high tensile aluminum base, boasting 20 times the strength of steel. The base is designed to visually complement the chair color.

Technical Specifications

Upholstery Automotive grade PU leather
Foam High density mould shaping foam
Frame Metal with anti corrosive powder coating
Base High-tensile aluminum base
Mechanism Advanced with tilt angle lock
Armrests Adjustable in 4 directions
Rocking Yes, with adjustable tension
Recline Yes, 180°
Pillows Yes, lumbar and headrest
Certification ANSI/BIFMA, TÜV SÜD, Intertek
Recommended size Height: 5’5″ – 6’5″ | Weight: 150-270 lbs | BMI: Not to exceed 32
Max. weight capacity 330 lbs

Additional information

Weight 57 lbs
Dimensions 25.59 × 23.62 × 59.06 in




Special Feature



Foam Polyurethane Metal

Room Type

Game Recreation Room

Frame Material

Alloy Steel

Age Range Description


Back Style

Solid Back

Unit Count

1 Count

Included Components



Gaming Chair

Model Name

Masters Series Premium

Seat Material Type


Product Dimensions

25.59 x 23.62 x 59.06 inches, 25.59D x 23.62W x 59.06H

Item Weight

57 Pounds



Country of Origin


Item model number



A batteries required.

Form Factor


Assembly Required


Batteries Required




10 reviews for AKRacing Masters Series Premium Gaming Chair with High Backrest, Recliner, Swivel, Tilt, Rocker and Seat Height Adjustment

  1. Justin Schneider

    Great Balance of Fashion and FunctionI read all the advice… I knew that a gaming/racing style chair wasn’t going to be as comfortable or supportive as an expensive, ergonomic office chair. But I wanted a chair that looked cool, too, though not so flashy that it drew laughs from my coworkers when doing video chats.The chair arrived in a big ol’ box that was packed very well. Despite this, the latch that allows you to adjust the height of the left arm was broken off and loose in the bag. Due to how the chair was packed, it seemed obvious that this happened at their facility rather than in transit. I contacted customer support and had a great and easy experience, and they promised to send a new arm assembly immediately. The arm took a while to arrive, but that may have been related to COVID’s impact on the shipping industry more than anything.Nonetheless, I could use the chair immediately and happily did so. I had been having back and neck pain from using an old, cheap office chair that was being thrown out at my wife’s previous job, but I’m also someone who is known for slouching so far down in my chair that I’m practically sitting on my middle back, so the pain wasn’t really a surprise or anything.I can’t speak for other racing chairs, but this one really doesn’t lend itself to slouching, which is GREAT. If you slouch you’ll likely slide right off the front of the chair, so you’re forced to sit with your back fully up against the backrest. I couldn’t find a comfortable position for the included lumbar support pillow, so I quickly discarded that and have been much happier for it. It took a bit of time to find the right angle and rocking tension adjustment, but now that I’ve found it my back and neck are feeling much better!The imitation leather has held up very well so far with no tears, sagging, or discoloration. The foam of the seat cushion doesn’t seem to be misshapen from my 5’10” 170lb butt being on it most of the day and is just as comfortable now as it was when I got it. I will admit, though, that the much cheaper chair my wife purchased from Staples is more cushy and comfortable than this one, but I figured that’d be the case going in.If you’re looking for a decent racing style gaming chair, I would say this is towards the middle-low end of what you should consider. I’m happy with it for the price I paid, which is quite a bit lower than it is as of the time of writing this review.

  2. MrRobot

    *** First order defective, 2nd order fine but specs for HEIGHT not accurate ***Looked at many chairs, and because my desk is higher than normal gaming desks I researched a chair which could go a little higher than normal. Specs on the AKRacing site spec this chair at 17-20.5 inches of adjustable range from floor to bottom of seat. Perfect! Except those are inaccurate. After receiving my first one, where a mounting hole inside the seat was completely gone / broken, I ordered a replacement. PITA to return, but fine. Because I couldn’t even set up the original, I never got to check the height. New one, assembled and… what? This thing sits low… 14″ off the floor. Raised I get to 16″s… still far from the quoted range.I contacted support via email, and that’s a slow process. I told them either the strut was the wrong thickness (it goes a full 3.5″s past the wheelbase, almost touching the floor, and it it were thicker it wouldn’t travel quite as far and possibly explain the height discrepancy. OR the shock / strut wasn’t long enough. Without asking for further info, they sent me a new base, shock and bottom chair mount. That was actually nice, and the ONLY reason I’m not going to 1 star… because someone tired. Same result, though. The chair clearly, as shipped, could never go to 17-20 as advertised. So either someone changed specs along the way or its just a complete typo (the other chairs all have lower height ranges). Anyway, do NOT get this chair if you one of those rare people choosing it for a taller height. The overall chair is nice… I have carbon, and it certainly looks great… but if I use it with my desk I’m a little kid looking up at my screens. I emailed them with all the details and asked them to recheck their assembled height at their office and maybe change their online specs (available on their website). Never heard back from them this time. So rather than return it, I got a Turismo gaming desk which is lower. So, another $350 to make the chair work. All in all a pain, but with my new desk, its a decent chair. Don’t like the plastic and flimsy armrests, but the rest is nice. You could probably find another chair for half the money which would work just as nice. When you do get the chair, the first thing you have to do is screw 4 bolts through metal arms on the seat base through the side of the back rest…. and I can tell they have issues with this because the instructions say to slowly check that the screws go in smoothly, and no material is blocking them (you have to push it through the chair material and blindly find where it screws in, then tighten). I did all of that, but couldn’t get the 4th screw in… searching through the hole with my finger I found that the threads where the screw would go were completely gone, thus it would never work. I imagine on the inside of the seat back in the frame they predrill threads, then cover the chair. You as the assembler must line up an external bar, push the bolt through the bar, through the small slice in the chair material, and magically find those threads and tighten. Then cover with a piece of plastic so it looks ok. They should have done it the other way around with a stud coming OUT from the inside so you merely attach a bolt to an already visible stud. Anyway, neither here nor there, but that’s how my experience taught me about the chairs mechanics. So, finished height 14-16″, bolting to the seatback frame is a fragile and experience, especially on the last of the 4 bolts if the others weren’t perfectly aligned. Hope this helps.

  3. Beach

    Mods NeededOkay husbands loves the chair, but had to make mods to it!The wings on the seat are to close together and ride your leg bones. He’s 5’8 270lbsBut he said it was a easy fix but takes 15 min out of your day to fix if you have the right tools .In total it took him 30min to fix and 15 min to find the tools… He used a 1×3 to go diagonal across the top of the wing and a 1/4x6x12 piece of wood to go under the 1×3 so the 1×3 wouldn’t Pierce the seatThen he used a 12” C clamp and clamped from the bottom of the chairs arm which is almost 1/4 thick steel . To the wood 1×3 going diagonal and he cracked down hard as it would go then took wooden rubber Mallet and sledged on it until it opened to the proper distance.The chair was fully assembled when making mods.To be honest if your not shaped like a stick you will want to do this mod!The chair is well built and my husband was full force swings no baby taps lol.The chair can take it no problem.On other notes the chair is not as soft as he thought it would be . But he said it felt right and the fake leather is really soft to the touch.This is his first expensive chair.We have always got the $175 and thought it’s time for a upgrade.On a side noteThe chair is so well built it’s heavy and if you have to take it up to your second floor because your office in your house is up there ,well let’s just say damn.We purchased theAk racing chair master series PremiumHappy shopping


    Great Gaming/Working Chair!Just got the chair in today, and wow is it an upgrade from my last chair. Set up wise, took all of 10 min by myself, incredibly easy set up, and it seems like the vendors listened to their customers and made the instruction sheet ALOT more understandable. All the tools and even some kind gripping gloves were included, making set up that much easier.In terms of the chair itself, im 6’1 225 lbs, and the chair fits me like a glove. The head rest fits perfectly into my cervical spine (neck area), giving support perfectly when i put my head back. And when I want a more “relaxed” feel, just ever so slightly push the pillow up to the bottom of my head, where its just like a comfortable pillow, and the same goes for the lumber support pillow.The 4D arm rests are great, though I do understand the frustration of some commenters regarding the swivel capability of the armrests. Since they do NOT lock into place (swivel only) it does move from time to time, but unlike other commentors I actually appreciate it, as it allows my elbow to stay in place, and if I have a long mouse movement, it can shift itself to a more comfortable position, which is why I beleive the designers probably do not implement a locking system for the swivel.Lastly the wings is the base cushion does slightly hug the outside of my thighs, again personally for me I enjoy it, makes my legs/butt feel they are “in place” in the chair, though I havent say in it long enough yet to see long term comfort yet, will update if my opinions change, so if nothing is edited, assume it is still comfortable.Overall, price was a little high, but I looked into comparable chairs for some time now, and between the metal framework, comfortable cushions, highly adjustable everything, and lay flat capability, great warranty I am so happy I went with this chair, I just hope it last as long as they say it will.

  5. Customer Jen R

    Hefty and supportive! Comfy too!The instructions for assembly were weird to follow, but I saw other reviewers that recommended watching YouTube tutorials. Highly recommend doing that!!I’m 5’1″ and at the chairs lowest setting, I still need a foot rest. My feet can reach the floor but not completely flat. The California model is apparently better for my height, but this is slightly wider and has a higher weight capacity, and it appeared to have more adjustable features as well based on comparisons online.While not necessarily uncomfortable, the arm rests are firm after a while. Again, thinking due to my height, the way that my arms are resting might not be the best angle for comfort. Fixed it by getting office chair armrest cushions for $12.The bucket seat is nice – I enjoy the side support, but my husband was not a fan of it since he’s a bit larger than me. If you have wide hips/thighs, would recommend the XL version, as I’m fairly small and was already touching the bucket sides. Husband said it was painful for him after 5 minutes.The weight capacity is supposedly 330lbs but some stress tests I’ve come across say that it’s closer to 290-300 so be advised of that.Very comfy and has great back support. The pillows are nice but I found myself being more comfortable by removing them frequently and just adjusting the recline on the chair.Very sturdy and feels like it is going to last a long time. It weighs a lot so I would recommend moving it to the desired assembly location in pieces rather than trying to haul a giant 55lb box into a room or up some stairs.Overall, very happy.

  6. logan carte

    A $600 chair for sub $400. Quite impressive, but not quite the God of chairs.Okay so wow there are a lot of bad reviews from a while ago, I gotta say whatever has happened since then at AKRacing has drastically improved their quality. My chair showed up in a slightly beat up box, but the chair itself is immaculate. I looked over the pleather for 15 mins looking for defects or rips. None to be found. The gas lift is extremely small compared to the cheapo depot Amazon chairs I’ve had before, but WAY more sturdy. Once you get the height set, it feels as solid as a rock. I guess that’s what you get when you pay over twice the price of the cheaper chairs like “Homall” or whatever Chinese company is selling them that day. As for comfort, it’s excellent but not mind blowing. Definitely the best chair I’ve ever had when it comes to cushiness. It DOES do “this”, if you’re a Pewdiepie fan. I just can’t lay completely flat in a chair comfortably. Lol Lumbar support pillow is a little weird for me, but most of those are uncomfortable to me. The chair back itself has a bit of an arch in the foam so it has a little bit of natural lumbar support without the pillow, which is way better to me. All in all, glad I spent the money. Needed it bad after my cheap chair was falling apart after 1.5 years. I’m typing and clicking heads in comfort again. My next chair will definitely be an AKRacing 🙂

  7. Nathan Wheeler

    Rock solid, super comfortable!I’ve had this chair for nearly a year now. I always wait a while to write product reviews, because it never fails that once you’ve submitted a raving review on a product you’ve instantly fallen in love with, it falls apart.Assembly:Took me less than an hour to assemble the chair, while also taking care of an 18-month-old by myself. She managed not to eat any of the parts.Comfort:Easily the most comfortable chair I’ve ever owned. I was actually really worried that the recliner portion would end up tipping me on my head because I’m a bit overweight, but it feels incredibly well-balanced when laid all the way back, even at nearly 300 lbs. I’ve actually fallen asleep accidentally in this thing quite a few times. Only complaint on comfort is that I have to keep moving the lumbar support up, it kind of slides down because I slump in my chair a lot.Sturdiness:Holds up incredibly well. I have historically gone through the $100 Walmart office chairs about every six months. After nearly a year, this chair still looks like I just pulled it out of the box yesterday. Not a single screw has come loose, no parts have any signs of cracking. I actually expected the covering to wear out by now, but even that looks like it hasn’t ever been sat on.Popularity:This is “the chair” in my house. All of my guests sit in this chair if I just tell them to go in the room and have a seat. I mean, it’s clearly the chair I would sit in, in front of my computer, but children and adults alike choose this chair, ignoring the actual recliner and the two couches. I have to threaten to sit on people to get them out of my chair.

  8. Ivan Voroshilov

    Solid, very comfortable chair. Seat bolsters and armrests could be betterI’m 6’3″ and 225 lbs. I chose this chair because I wanted a tall (high-up) chair with a deep seating surface for lots of thigh support and a relaxed knee angle. This chair has one of the deepest seats on the market.Pros:-Good quality materials. Like all chairs in this price range, this is imitation leather, but it feels nice.-Looks good-Lots of adjustability, recline, and rocking settings to make just about anyone comfortable.-Lumbar support pillow and neck pillow are very useful. I like that the lumbar pillow adjusts up and down and stays in place fairly well.-The casters are nice and the chair rolls quite smoothly-Packaging was nice and assembly fairly easy except finding the bolt holes by feel when assembling the seat to the seatback.Cons:-The side bolsters on the seat surface are needlessly narrow and aggressive and force my legs to point forward, even though I’m not a particularly wide guy. Maybe over time they will wear in.-I don’t particularly like the armrests. I wish they were 3D instead of 4D. The extra function to rotate in the horizontal plane is too easy to change just by leaning against the armrests or using them to brace. It is also fairly useless because the possible positions of the armrests has very large steps (pointed straight ahead, then angled in and out at ~30 degrees). I don’t think anyone needs their armrests to be angled that much. They also become floppier than they need to due to the extra degree of freedom, though they are still pretty steady. I do like the soft material they are made of.

  9. Mra LaRocco

    I love this chair!I have been sort of using my previous chair to sleep due to some medical conditions. My last chair was not made for the weight I had gained (it was never to rise again causing little chair syndrome) and destroyed the cushion which I had none to offer it from the start. It only lasted 3 years before a sad death.I found this chair on sale and it was worth every penny. It adjusts to me and comfort is amazing. I thought I could go cheap but if you are going to be sitting a large chunk of your day resting or working from home then this will make a world of difference. Plus the 5 / 10 year warranty means I will have saved money if this chair last that long or longer.NOTE: Please do not take this the wrong way but I feel the need to give a word of warning. If the person is wide in the mid section (stomach to thighs included) or likes to sit in a figure 4 with your foot under your opposite thigh then this chair will not be for you. The side panels of the seat give you great control of the chair but your legs / pelvis are somewhat kept closer together which I have been told to be uncomfortable.

  10. J. Herron

    Amazing UpgradeI originally purchased a Respawn chair about two years ago and now having tried this one… I understand what a fool I was.There’s no comparison between this and one of the budget gaming chairs on here. They might as well not even be in the same product category as far as I’m concerned as the quality of this chair is superb.The foam on this chair is much more rigid, offering more support and holding up its form very well even after long playing sessions. That paired with the ergonomics and overall shape, it is insanely comfortable. With all the adjustments that can be made to it as well, such as the 4D armrests, the tilt/tilt lock and deep recline… it’s just amazing.I honestly can’t compliment it enough. I have a pretty bad back due to a work injury a few years back, so I really need a high quality chair with excellent support. I can say this is the one, and so long as their quality stays this level, I’ll get another when this one eventually wears out.That being said, I was about to get this chair just before Black Friday for around $299.99. I’d say if you can’t wait though, I’d pick it up when you can.

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