Black, Adjustable Backrest, Adjustable Seat Height, Rocking Function
Black, Rocking Function, Adjustable Seat Height, Adjustable Backrest, Headrest Cushion, Adjustable Armrest, Lumbar Cushion
Black, Adjustable Seat Height, Rocking Function, Adjustable Armrest, Adjustable Backrest, Lumbar Cushion
Headrest Cushion, Lumbar Cushion, Rocking Function, Adjustable Backrest, Adjustable Armrest, Adjustable Seat Height, PU leather, PVC leather, Steel
Black, Headrest Cushion, Adjustable Backrest, Adjustable Armrest, Adjustable Seat Height, Rocking Function, Lumbar Cushion, PU leather
Grey, Black, Adjustable Backrest, Headrest Cushion, Lumbar Cushion, Adjustable Seat Height, Rocking Function
Black, Adjustable Backrest, Adjustable Armrest, Headrest Cushion, Lumbar Cushion, Adjustable Seat Height, Rocking Function
Gaming chairs are often made of leather (either genuine or faux) or fabric. Each material has its own advantages and disadvantages. Leather usually costs a bit more, but it can last for ages if you look after it properly. It can become sticky if you get warm though. If you're after a gaming chair that's breathable and stays cool, it's best to opt for a fabric one.
Many of us enjoy snuggling in our chairs, sitting with one leg up, tucked under the other or with legs crossed. If you're prone to sitting like this, go for a chair that provides enough room to do so. Many chairs have raised edges on the sides of the seat, making it tricky to sit in any position other than upright with your legs down. In this case, opt for a chair with as flat a seat as possible.
Having a comfy gaming chair is crucial – you don't want back pain spoiling your fun. We suggest picking a chair that offers various adjustments::
An adjustable backrest lets you change the angle for extra comfort. For example, it should allow you to recline for a semi-laid-back position – perfect for gaming on a tablet or watching a film.
Adjustable armrests and lumbar support, customisable to your needs, provide amazing relief for your arms, whether you're gaming or working on a computer. 3D and 4D armrests can be adjusted up, down, and sideways.
Check out PCgamer for tips on becoming an ergonomic gamer (aka a gamer without back pain).