Razer unveils its first spine-supported gamer chair

Renowned manufacturer of gadgets and accessories for gamers, Razer, has unveiled its first gaming chair, the Iskur.

In appearance, performance and price, the chair is similar to the Secretlab Omega/Titan, but Razer claims that they did not collaborate with Secretlab and designed and developed the chair in-house.

Razer places emphasis on adjustable lumbar support: the user can adjust the curve of the pillow to the most comfortable for the back. The 4D Armrests system is also noted: you can independently adjust their height, shift in length and width, as well as the angle of rotation.

The surface of the chair is made of multi-layer artificial leather, you can adjust the angle of the backrest and attach an additional headrest.

According to the manufacturer, the chair is ideal for gamers from 170 to 190 cm tall and weighing up to 136 kg.

The Razer Iskur costs $ 499, and orders are already being taken on the official website.

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