Do you like Super Mario and do you like sitting close to the floor while playing your favorite Super Mario video games? If yes, well, then X Rocker Officially Licensed Nintendo Gaming Chairs are for you. There are two models of the Super Mario characters themed X Rocker gaming chair.

The first model is based on X Rocker’s number one selling chair, the X Rocker Video Rocker, and the second is based on X Rocker’s new 2.1 Stereo Audio Gaming Chair, aka Super Mario Audio Chairs.

While the X Rocker Video Rocker offers a selection of iconic Super Mario characters to choose from, Mario will be the only character that is available on X Rocker 2.1 Stereo Audio Gaming Chair. However, it does have 3 designs to choose from. Meanwhile, characters available on the Video Rockers of Super Mario-themed gaming chairs, include Mario, Luigi, Princess Peach, Yoshi and Bowser.

It is worthy to note that the Super Mario Audio Chairs not only comes with built-in 2.1 stereo speaker system and backrest mounted subwoofer, they are proper chairs, so-to-speak, complete with armrests and base.

Unfortunately, it appears that the X Rocker Officially Licensed Nintendo Gaming Chairs are only available in Europe. At least, it is for now. The agreement was with Nintendo of Europe. The distribution is a little complicated:

The Super Mario Character collections will be launching initially with The Spotlight Collection (exclusive to Argos in the UK), The Jump Collection (Exclusive to Smyths Toys in the UK & EU), The Joy Collection (Available through distribution via Exertis) and the All-Star Collection arriving soon to the UK and EU.

As for the Super Mario Audio Chairs, they will be available at Argos, Smyths Toys and distribution via Exertis. Pricing is not known at this point even though they are supposed to be available starting August 1.

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Seriously, it makes no sense for us to be paying for press images. I don’t understand how anyone would charge (money) for press images when we are really trying help to get the words out. I simply can’t wrap my head around this. Never. Ever.

Image: X Rocker.

Published by Mike chua

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