Wrestling & MMA

Assembling, reviewing, sitting in WWE Clutch Chairz

So easy even a pro wrestling writer can assemble it. Clutch Chairz Inc. partnered with WWE to produce licensed designs of popular superstars and legends. It created WWE Clutch Chairz, and the first set of models that rolled out include John Cena, Stone Cold Steve Austin, The Rock, Sasha Banks, AJ Styles, New Day, Ultimate Warrior and Macho Man Randy Savage.
So easy even a pro wrestling writer can assemble it. Clutch Chairz Inc. partnered with WWE to produce licensed designs of popular superstars and legends. It created WWE Clutch Chairz, and the first set of models that rolled out include John Cena, Stone Cold Steve Austin, The Rock, Sasha Banks, AJ Styles, New Day, Ultimate Warrior and Macho Man Randy Savage. Photo By Ashley Andersen

Over the years there have been a number of products that weren’t just great additions to a pro wrestling fan’s collection but also had a practical use. Items that when you entered their house, you knew they were more than your typical enthusiast.

You find plates and cups in the kitchen cupboards or a Hulk Hogan suitcase in a bedroom closet. Yes, I have one of those. However, I use it to hold the few action figures I have left. I remember going into a Walmart and seeing a Hulk Hogan mixer. I’m sure there are some out there who still own that.

However, one of the coolest pieces to go to market in a while is from Clutch Chairz Inc., which partnered with WWE a few months ago to produce licensed designs of popular superstars and legends. It’s the first license the popular gaming chair company secured in North America.

The first set of models that rolled out include John Cena, Stone Cold Steve Austin, The Rock, Sasha Banks, AJ Styles, New Day, Ultimate Warrior and Macho Man Randy Savage. They each fall into the Crank and Throttle Series, which accommodates different body types with height and weight to bring the best level of comfort to the user.

As someone who grew up in the 1980s and 1990s, I gravitated to the Randy Savage chair. The fact that it had “Macho Man” written into the design also helped with the chair decision-making process. I mean who doesn’t need a confidence boost each day when you are sitting down to work on a story or firing up the PlayStation 4?

The creators definitely had durability and quality in mind. Assembly is fairly simple within less than 10 steps with all the bolts and parts easy to find. They supply an Allen wrench, which is really the only tool you need.

Among the features I really like is the arm rests that can move in different directions. Since I often sit for long periods of time at the computer, the chair is also great in it has the option to recline and rock back. The sleek appearance and polyurethane (PU) upholstery makes it the sports car of chairs. The neck pillow and lumbar support also add to the comfort.

The Clutch Chairz are marketed to gamers, but it also could work for the office. I can imagine walking into a boardroom and striking up a conversation with someone who’s at the head of the table in a “Stone Cold” chair.

So I will say any WWE fan or anyone who decides to invest in one of the Clutch Chairz will “Dig it! Oooh Yeah!!”

Get more information on WWE Clutch Chairz at:

https://usa.clutchchairz.com/product-category/wwe-chairs/.

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