Top 5 Best Gaming Chairs

Hey everyone, CyanCloud from Elite here. It's no mystery that those who have gaming chairs, absolutely dominate their opponents in every way, shape, and form. How are you supposed to be a true gamer if you don't have a chair that can flip into sport mode to show that you're, well... just better? Jokes aside, with how much time we all spend at our computers/desks, it grows increasingly more important to have a high quality chair to provide strong lumbar support and a cushioned bottom so we don't look like Quasimodo down the line. All of the chairs listed below provide spectacular reinforcement to keep your back happy, but there are important differences to keep in mind for each. without further ado, I present to you our top 5 gaming chairs:

5. Acethrone Gaming Chair $199.99
- Weight Support: up to 300lbs or 135kg
- Size: Medium
- Frame: Metal

With 300 reviews and a 4.8 out of 5 you already know this is a good chair for your money. The cool thing is the adjustable headrest! Nobody is the same so we like the little things making life even more comfortable. Next to the "regular gaming chair features" the price is very interesting. Also for the hawt gamers among us, a breathable mesh material solution might be your moment of halleluja compared to full leather solutions that might make you sweat more. Downside is that this fabric is harder to clean compared to a full leather solution. But the price, features and customer reviews tell you one story: great price / quality solution for you.





4. GTRacing Pro Series GT099 Gaming Chair $139.99
- Weight Support: up to 300lbs or 135kg
- Size: Medium
- Frame: Metal

Starting off in the lower price range brings the GTRacing Pro Series. Much like the rest of the gaming chairs in this list, you get what you pay for. This chair isn't the greatest on the market, but for the price it provides a solid start for those wanting a gamer look while saving their wallet. It comes with the standard strappable neck and lumbar pillows for support set up with a metal frame and PU leather for the exterior material. The armrests can be moved in two dimensions (height and angle) allowing for simple yet effective adjustments to find a comfortable and supportive position. The seat padding is sufficient, but that's where we do find this chair to fall slightly flat and the price tag begins to show. Lumbar support from the backrest without the pillow isn't nearly as strong as our other options on the list, but again, sitting at our lowest price point there's going to be some major differences. Overall this chair is great for the price provided, but if you're looking for the best possible gaming chair for your money, I suggest reading onward.





3. Corsair T3 Rush Gaming Chair $299.99
- Weight Support: up to 265lbs or 120kg
- Size: Medium
- Frame: Alloy Steel

Moving into the mid range pricing bracket comes the Corsair T3 Rush chair which is raved about for its amazing breathability. Hot and stuffy gaming nights are no stranger to gamers and can become rather uncomfortable, especially in the summer. Due to the soft exterior fabric, heat isn't retained as well so gaming sessions can last longer without that awful swamp ass feeling. A lumbar and head pillow comes with the chair much like the others to provide utmost support for your neck and lower back. Being that this gaming chair is made by Corsair, its no question that this is high quality like the rest of their peripherals. You'll be well taken care of and comfortably hugged by this fantastic chair selection.





2. Noblechair Hero $459.99
- Weight Support: up to 330lbs or 150kg
- Size: Large
- Frame: Alloy Steel

To start, this chair gives off the appearance of a professional gamer. It's not super flashy, but whoever sits in it, clearly means business. Fortunately, that's only a small part of what makes this chair so great. The Noblechair Hero has a large frame supporting a wide variety of users and reaching at the highest weight support of our selections at 330lbs. Much like the DXRacer, there is a hefty price tag, but similarly, you get what you pay for in this chair. The external material is PU leather but can be upgraded to real leather with an added price (bumps up to $720). The lumbar pillow isn't attached to the chair which can be seen as a pro or a con depending on who you ask. It has been said that the chair is more stiff in comparison to others, but the support is substantial. Therefore, depending on your preference between pillowy or a little more stiffness, might help weigh the scale a bit between this and potentially the DXRacer below.





1. DXRacer King Series Pro PU $499.99
- Weight Support: up to 275lbs or 125kg
- Size: Medium
- Frame: Metal

DXRacer as a brand should be no stranger to those that know of gaming chairs, this brand creates quality products with a developed and strong reputation. For that reason alone makes this chair a top contender. The King Series Pro has strong stability and durable parts making it a great chair for anyone who can stomach the high price point. Despite being nearly $500, you're paying for what you get with sheer quality in the PU leather/vinyl material and comfort in the molded foam seats through long hours of gaming. Not to mention the handily adjustable lumbar support pillow to fit your ergonomic needs. Overall, this gaming chair is a fantastic choice and will not disappoint in any way for someone who spends long hours at the computer, but it's understandable that the price range can be hard for some to swallow.





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