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EG 210 Black and Red Gaming Chair - £51.98 delivered with code @ Ebuyer eBay

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Posted 14th Oct 2019Edited by:"apur32"

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Ergonomic & Durable Design
PU Faux Leather with High Quality Padding
Adjustable Seat Height
Easy to Assemble
Meets EU Fire Resistance

  • Distinctive red and black design
  • High back
  • Easy to assemble
  • Five castors
  • Padded armrests
  • Powder coated base and arms
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9 Comments
One of the review states:
Basically it's just an office chair with coloured upholstery panels which presumably justifies calling it a "gaming chair"

lol, true though
Great find @apur32!
wadz14/10/2019 14:55

One of the review states:Basically it's just an office chair with coloured …One of the review states:Basically it's just an office chair with coloured upholstery panels which presumably justifies calling it a "gaming chair"lol, true though


I'm curious, what should be expected of a gaming chair? What should I know?

I sat in my mate's Secretlabs-brand Omega a while back and it was pretty comfy (but retails at several hundred). I mostly want an upgrade from my existing cheapo office chair and wonder if I should be looking for a mid to high-end office chair or a "gaming chair".

Aesthetically, some of these gaming chairs look nice. This one looks a bit meh. But I'm wondering if there's a markup for the gaming style chairs. At the end of the day, comfort is what matters of course.
Edited by: "schmoog" 14th Oct 2019
That picture looks very similar to the style of chair my son uses.

A couple of notes of caution - it is not easy to assemble. His didn't line up very well during assembly meaning that already tightened fixtures had to be slackened. Also after just a few months use the chair doesn't rise/fall properly.
I had something similar to this, It didnt last long but at least it wasnt comfy either!
Edited by: "gergob" 14th Oct 2019
schmoog14/10/2019 15:05

I'm curious, what should be expected of a gaming chair? What should I …I'm curious, what should be expected of a gaming chair? What should I know?I sat in my mate's Secretlabs-brand Omega a while back and it was pretty comfy (but retails at several hundred). I mostly want an upgrade from my existing cheapo office chair and wonder if I should be looking for a mid to high-end office chair or a "gaming chair".Aesthetically, some of these gaming chairs look nice. This one looks a bit meh. But I'm wondering if there's a markup for the gaming style chairs. At the end of the day, comfort is what matters of course.


Makes sense but when I think of a gaming chair I would like speakers, charging port or some sort of gadget
schmoog14/10/2019 15:05

I'm curious, what should be expected of a gaming chair? What should I …I'm curious, what should be expected of a gaming chair? What should I know?I sat in my mate's Secretlabs-brand Omega a while back and it was pretty comfy (but retails at several hundred). I mostly want an upgrade from my existing cheapo office chair and wonder if I should be looking for a mid to high-end office chair or a "gaming chair".Aesthetically, some of these gaming chairs look nice. This one looks a bit meh. But I'm wondering if there's a markup for the gaming style chairs. At the end of the day, comfort is what matters of course.


Anything with "gaming" or "e-sports" in the title is mega-marked up, garbage, or in most cases: both. Bonus points if it includes some sort of semi-precious metal in the title, or the word "pro".

A cheap chair with a cushion ("E-sports Optimised Chair Reliever - Titanium Edition™") works perfectly.
Branded stuff tends to be a mixed bag. Unbranded stuff tends to be akin to knock offs in terms of quality, in the sense that it'll fall apart/wear out in a matter of months. I wouldn't splash out on an expensive chair, but if you're gonna spend money, don't buy stuff like this. Most reputable "gaming" brands have decent customer service that'll sort out damage when it eventually occurs. This stuff is landfill in a box.
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