Gaming chairs, for the win!

If you take your gaming seriously then you'll need a supportive gaming chair that allows you sit comfortably whilst you immerse yourself into your favourite games. PC, Xbox or PlayStation, whichever type of gamer you are, you'll need an ergonomic gaming chair for the endless hours of game time. Don't let a sore back or neck pain hinder your performance! Our range of gamer chairs have been specifically designed to support your lumbar for those extended sessions so you can avoid neck and back pain and being slumped over. Not only are our gaming chairs designed for support, they look the real deal, choose from sleek black, racing green, electric blue and vivid orange designs. With some having in-built LED's along the backs and side - you will look good while winning big.

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    The best gaming chair and desk are adjustable so you can change their positions to fit the body type of the gamer. No two people are alike in terms of height, weight and muscular strength, and each person has individual preferences for seating positions. When it comes to children, it is even more important that the chair is adjustable, so it continues to be comfortable and provide the right support as they grow.

    Follow these tips to get the best gaming chair:


    The best gaming chair has a comfortable seat that helps regulating body temperature. In addition, it has adjustable armrests, height and backrest so you can set it precisely to meet your needs.

    Choose the right materials and fabric that suit your gaming style the best - whether that be leather or faux leather - for ultimate luxury whilst gaming.


    Set the chair so your hips and knees are roughly at the same level. Make sure that your feet can reach the floor or that you have a footrest to support them. If your knees are too high compared to your hips, it may prevent blood flow. If they are too low, it can put a strain on your lower back. See what fits you and adjust accordingly.

    When it comes to the angle of the backrest there is no one answer. You have to try different positions. Start with a small tilt and modify the reclining angle until you reach what feels like a neutral spine position.

    Set the armrests so your elbows are at a 90-degree angle when you use the mouse or keyboard.

    Read more about a correct sitting posture.