For a company that has almost all aspect of gaming covered – from the basics like keyboard and mouse to microphone to energy drinks, you could say the Razer Iskur Gaming Chair is long overdue.

Razer Iskur Gaming Chair with Built-in Lumbar Support

That’s right, my friends. Razer now has a gaming chair. A quick look at the product images, you may think Razer have teamed up with the champion of gaming chairs, Secretlab, for this particular product.

And it certainly look like the world famous sports car-style bucket seat Secretlab is recognized for, complete with the 4D armrest. But rest assure, it is not, or at least that’s what Razer say.

Razer Iskur Gaming Chair with Built-in Lumbar Support

But who the heck cares when it look this good. I mean, it is seriously good looking. Love the details like snake scales, the Razer green stitching, and the carbon fiber-like look on some areas. Though we are not sure the nice-to-look-at jutting lumbar piece is all that comfortable. Thankfully, it is adjustable.

The branding may be a little overwhelming too. Somehow, it felt like it was made to appeal fanboys. The gaming chair is wrapped in “multi-layered synthetic leather” and features a high-density foam cushion throne. And then, there’s, of course, the 4D armrests that offers customizable positioning.

The chair further boasts steel-reinforced body, armrests and wheelbase that affords it to support up to 136 kilograms (299 lbs) of payload and accommodate gamers of height up to 6 feet 2 (190 cm).

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Finally, a memory foam head cushion rounds up the package. Hmmm, why does it feel like someone suggested the head cushion as a further attempt to not look like a Secretlab gaming chair? Just saying…

Razer Iskur Gaming Chair with Built-in Lumbar Support

Razer Iskur Gaming Chair with Built-in Lumbar Support is now available to order from for US$499.

Shipping is slated to happen on October 29, 2020.

Images: Razer.

Source: The Verge.

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