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Razer's new Iskur X gaming chair is designed for maximum comfort

By Aaron Yip - on 4 Jun 2021, 3:07pm

Razer's new Iskur X gaming chair is designed for maximum comfort

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Razer has announced an expansion to its family of gaming chairs with the Razer Iskur X, a new chair designed for long-term comfort and support for lengthy gaming sessions. It’s also designed to break the bank, so be prepared to spend big on this one. 

The Iskur X features a steel-reinforced body with high density foam, finished with multi-layered, hardwearing synthetic leather. The chair supports up to 136kg and comes with a sculpted backrest, which allows more support for your spine. A multi-function recline also lets you reposition the chair for a more comfortable posture. 2D armrests reduce wrist and shoulder strain while gaming, and an angled seat edge provides upper leg and thigh support. 

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Basically: if you’re grinding away at an MMO for hours at a time, this is the chair for you - providing you have the cash for it. Razer states that the chair is ‘competitively priced’ at US$399 (around S$529). However, the chair also launched with the Razer Head Cushion and Razer Lumbar Cushion, which are priced at US$39.99 (around S$53) and US$49.99 (S$66) each. The Lumbar Cushion provides ergonomic support to your back with memory foam padding, while the Razer Head Cushion adapts to the user’s head shape with a dense memory foam core. 

The Razer Head Cushion and Razer Lumbar Cushion can be used with any gaming chair, but they’re pretty pricey when paired with the Iskur X. All three products are already available for purchase at Razer.com, in-store at RazerStore locations and at select retailers. If you’ve got the cash, treat yourself. Or buy a throw pillow. I know which one I’d go for, personally. 

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