- Oct 29, 2000
My dxracer formula is the only chair I can sit for more than 5 hours straight and feel the same as I did when I first sat down. The cushions are excellent
So for extended PC gaming is the consensus to buy a gaming or office chair?
My wife and I both need new computer desk chairs, but we're unsure of which one and model to buy.
I just got one of these DX racer chairs and don't find it too comfortable. It might grow on me but as of right now I felt my old cheapo Staples chairs were more comfortable.
herman miller aeron
your ass will thank you for the rather hefty purchase. mine has been in service since 2004 so the pricetag is worth it.
Yeah I'm not hoping for a miracle I don't plan on using it all the time where it could cause back problem the Secret Labs chairs dont' even look like gaming chairs I heard the seat was like a piece of wood with leather on top so I'm hoping for the best.
If it makes a difference. I have a DX Racer King series. I don't find it overly comfortable for long periods. My next chair would likely be a more meshy style chair (better breathability) with proper support functions etc. But that's me personally. Others I'm sure find it very comfy, and whilst I enjoy mine, It's not the most comfy chair I've sat on, but the various adjustments are nice and welcome.
HyperX Stealth, Noblechairs Hero and Secretlabs Titan are based on the same body that has adjustable lumbar support, they are exceptions in gaming chairs.Gaming chairs are mostly horrible for long-term posture. I grabbed a Herman Miller Embody last year and have never looked back. The amount of support for your body is amazing and cannot be found in your RX Racer chair.
HyperX Stealth, Noblechairs Hero and Secretlabs Titan are based on the same body that has adjustable lumbar support, they are exceptions in gaming chairs.
If only they had a mesh option on that frame -- no idea why the 'gaming chair scene' hasn't caught on to that yet.