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Good gaming chair deal?

I was looking for gaming chair reviews and found this one on this Forbes reveiw is this a good deal? It looks like all the OEM’s chairs on amazon, but on sale. I am coming from a crappy plastic chair with nothing good about it, so I’m not to picky. I’m not willing to spend more than $100 on a chair, so brands like DXRacer won’t work, and I mainly play FPS games while I’m on my computer. Also I’ve heard that gaming chairs is marketing gimmick and to just buy a ergo chair, I really don’t care about looks, so gaming or ergo is good. What do you guys think?

 

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I'm 6'1" and 270 lbs i bought AKRacing Overture chair in last year still strong no problems with it. AKRacing have %25 deals in Black Friday you should follow Akracing in instagram. 

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Looks okay I guess. From the reviews it doesn't look like a piece of crap and after the last time I bought a chair... Let me tell you... It's a good thing I had the chair to sit on because my bottom was hurtin'

 

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Bottom line, it's nothing fancy but looks like an okay value, make sure to assemble it properly

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If you want a chair under 100$ then I recotmmend buying a simple office leather chair. I tried multiple brands before DXRacer and all of them were pretty $h1t tbh.

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On 2/9/2019 at 4:37 AM, _Hustler_One_ said:

 

Jesus Christ. I'm all for body health but I don't know a single person that is going to spend that much on a gaming chair. Both cost more than most people's builds.

 

On 2/8/2019 at 5:02 PM, Zic05 said:

I was looking for gaming chair reviews and found this one on this Forbes reveiw is this a good deal? It looks like all the OEM’s chairs on amazon, but on sale. I am coming from a crappy plastic chair with nothing good about it, so I’m not to picky. I’m not willing to spend more than $100 on a chair, so brands like DXRacer won’t work, and I mainly play FPS games while I’m on my computer. Also I’ve heard that gaming chairs is marketing gimmick and to just buy a ergo chair, I really don’t care about looks, so gaming or ergo is good. What do you guys think?

 

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If you're wanting a "gaming" chair that's actually comfortable for a decent price go with the Respawn 110 Racing. The go on sale on Amazon quite frequent for $120 - $140, the neck and lower back pillows actually feel really good, and the quality is surprising for the price. I picked mine up at Sam's Club for $120.

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