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# 223087 12-Sep-2017 11:12
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Have been looking at a new gaming chair but did not find the AK Racing or Thunder models too comfy.

 

Saw this one @ Mighty Ape

 

https://www.mightyape.co.nz/product/gorilla-gaming-little-monkey-chair-red-black/26839774

 

Anyone tried it or the larger version :

 

https://www.mightyape.co.nz/product/gorilla-gaming-chair-blue-black/25829987

 

I would spend at most 2 hours a day in the chair (mostly playing Overwatch) so not really keen to invest $400+ but my $99 warehouse one is over 10 years old and needs replacing.


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Ultimate Geek


  # 1863127 13-Sep-2017 05:18
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Havent tried those but I have a Thunderx3 T22. Can sit in it for 10 - 12 hours with no issues. The T12 is way too hard.


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  # 1863144 13-Sep-2017 06:59
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Sorry have not tried them. I don't know if they have a showroom where you can sit in them or not..

 

 

 

Warehouse stationary had some good chairs for around $350 I tried a LOT and there were some good ones... I caved though and bought a NobleChair, probably out of your price range though ($599)

 

I too found the DX Racer chairs horrible. And I do a lot of coding in my chair, so spending the $ was easily justified.

 

http://www.computerlounge.co.nz/components/componentview.asp?partid=28363

 

 

 

 

 

 


 
 
 
 


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  # 1863164 13-Sep-2017 07:53
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Had a similar one, Good for about 3 months then the foam all breaks down and becomes very uncomfortable.


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