DFTG Reviews the Mezzo Gaming Chair from Arozzi – Yellow
As a PC gamer, I have spent a lot of time on making sure my rig is exactly how I want it. From customizable keyboards, a professional gaming mouse, sweet headphones, multiple monitors – I’m not afraid to admit I went all out. But for those of us that spend a lot of time claiming capture points, exploring Thedas, and hunting down the next adventure in some far-off fantastical world – a solid gaming chair is important to make sure that the us IRL is comfortable and supported. Arozzi, a company that specializes in gaming chairs, desks, and eye-wear, has a wide variety of chairs to choose from. Today’s chair? The Arozzi Mezzo.
The Mezzo is just one of many that Arozzi has to offer and if you’re not like me and yellow just isn’t your particular style, they’ve got other colour options to choose from: blue, green, black, orange, red, white, and – of course, the yellow. Unlike other chairs out on the market, the Arozzi Mezzo was really easy to assemble, taking no more than 15 minutes to fully put this piece together. Chairs we’ve reviewed in the past took anywhere between 30 minutes – 45 minutes with unclear directions and overly complicated parts. It’s easy to say that the Mezzo’s 10 – 15 minute assembly time was more than a breath of fresh air.
The Mezzo’s ergonomic design makes it a dexterous and supportive addition to a gamer’s set up. The headrest and backrest are both movable and removable giving an adjustable neck and lumbar support, depending on individual comfort levels. The upper portion of the chair also reclines back to 180 degrees for a sleep position, which is perfect after an intense match in Battlefield 1 and you just need to take a breather. My game room also doubles as my office so I spend a lot of time in this chair, so that reclining feature definitely sees a lot of use out of me throughout the day.
The foam used in the cushioning is firm with a comfortable give in it, with an adaptive pleather material to make this particular gaming chair look incredibly sleek and not at all cartoon-ish (which is tricky to do with bright, vibrant colours). My only wish for this particular model is that it had just a little more give in the seating. Many gamers love a firm support frame for their chairs but I enjoy a little more plush for my choice of gaming throne. At the end of the day, that comes down to personal preference. The firm seating provides adequate support so it really does come down to whether or not you prefer firm versus supple in regards to the materials used for the seat and back piece.
The materials are durable, the frame is lightweight – yet sturdy, the armrests are adjustable, and the chair itself is multidimensional in its functionality. Overall, the Mezzo is a fantastic chair. If you’re a gamer looking for a roomier seating option, I would recommend one of their slightly larger builds such as their Milano or their Vernazza chairs. The narrower fit of the Mezzo is perfect for my body type and what I look for in personal support, as well as my set up, but some, whether out of necessity or pure preference, might seek one of their larger models.
Bottom line is that I would definitely recommend the Arozzi Mezzo for a gamer looking to improve their set up. The price point currently is $329.00 for this particular model, though the wide spectrum of choices also varies in price point, as well. The Mezzo is professional, comfortable, versatile, and easy to set up.The company itself has amazing customer service and a fine attention to detail. We here at DFTG can’t recommend them enough.
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With an arguably unhealthy obsession with Mass Effect, Liana has been an avid collector of gaming and comic memorabilia for well over two decades. With a passion for writing, gaming, and comics - she is currently working as writer and editor to several gaming publications and is also the Co-Owner and Managing Editor for DFTG. You can find her on Twitter, Instagram, as well as several Facebook communities online.