gaming chairs

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Razer’s Iskur XL gaming chair is down to £287 on Amazon

The XL version of the Razer Iskur gaming chair is down to £287, nearly half the price it is on Razer’s official website and an all-time historic low price. Curiously, it’s also nearly £230 cheaper than the regular size version! Katharine reviewed that Iskur previously and rated it highly, so if this size fits you then this is a nice chance to pick it up at a very fair price. Read more

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The Noblechairs Epic TX is making me hate gaming chairs less

I really don’t like gaming chairs. They’re expensive, often cumbersome, drastically over-designed things that lean way too heavily into the g4m3r aesthetic, and that’s coming from someone who’s built up something of a tolerance to it from years of unprotected RGB exposure. I’ve sat on them and have even shared homes with some of them, but have never, ever seen the appeal over a halfway decent office chair. And then the Noblechairs Epic TX comes along, and it’s got me rethinking. Read more

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Black Friday deal spotlight: Free parking for your butt on this Razer Iskur gaming chair

As those of you who have been hiding behind my sofa, or just read our “What are we all buying this Black Friday?” article, are aware, the top item on my Black Friday shopping list was a new chair. I did manage to procure a solid bottom-rest at a good discount and I’m very happy with my purchase. Unfortunately, it still cost a good chunk of change, leaving me with much less to spend on my recently rediscovered Warhammer habit. Luckily for anyone still looking for somewhere to park their behind while gaming, you can get your hands (cheeks?) on…

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IKEA has developed a range of gaming furniture and chairs

By Stephany Nunneley, Thursday, 4 February 2021 20:57 GMT The range soft-launched in China last week.IKEA has developed a new gaming range of furniture in collaboration with ASUS sub-brand Republic of Gamers (ROG). The goal was to create “relevant, functional, beautiful, and affordable products” to make it easier for everyone to create the setup they want.The new gaming range will target PC gamers and include six product families: HUVUDSPELARE, UTESPELARE, MATCHSPEL, GRUPPSPEL, UPPSPEL, LÅNESPELARE. All UPPSPEL products have been designed by IKEA and ROG in close collaboration while the other product families have been developed by IKEA.In total, the new…