Playseat Challenge £142.90 (with code) £131.82 after  Quidco @ Boystuff
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Playseat Challenge £142.90 (with code) £131.82 after Quidco @ Boystuff

£142.90£149.905%Boys Stuff Deals
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Found 16th Mar
Original price = £139.95 + £9.95 delivery = £149.90
Note that £5.95 delivery is not available for his gaming chair from Boystuff, because of package size they told me...

Quidco voucher (AFF5) gives 5% (£7) discount = £142.90
Quidco cashback gives ‘10%’ off although for some reason this tracks as only £11.08.

Total cost = £131.82 which is best price that’s been available for a while.

Reviews of this chair are all great, despite its deck-chair appearance
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Cheers for sharing - looks a decent price.

Just need a mancave to shove one in now
Ao price match. I got it for 136 delivered.
Good seat, nice and comfy but I wish the wheel could move a little further away when using a clamped set up. I suppose it’s like driving a racing car though as they all sit close to the wheel.

Folds up well and doesn’t take up too much space which is useful as after the initial fun of playing with it it has to be stored somewhere until I get rid of it.

Combined with the PS4 VR headset, it certainly is a good experience.
If you've got a big tv it can hide behind it lol
bit expensive for a fishing chair
had it and got the evolution. it's a good chair but if planning on adding the buttkicker the vibration gets lost in the frame
HutchAW16th Mar

Just need a mancave to shove one in now


Well... OK, but you better buy me a drink first.
Edited by: "PurplePerson" 18th Mar
Cold, the gear stick is on the wrong side.
So, ordered it on Thursday night and it arrived Saturday. I reckon it’s worth the £132, given the faff otherwise of trying to make a Heath Robinson arrangement for the wheel and pedals, the good driving position amd stability, and the compact storability. It looks pretty smart too, and has a good build quality.

Just need a gearshift support now (which apparently can be fitted either side, JCP11).
watson11120 h, 49 m ago

So, ordered it on Thursday night and it arrived Saturday. I reckon it’s w …So, ordered it on Thursday night and it arrived Saturday. I reckon it’s worth the £132, given the faff otherwise of trying to make a Heath Robinson arrangement for the wheel and pedals, the good driving position amd stability, and the compact storability. It looks pretty smart too, and has a good build quality.Just need a gearshift support now (which apparently can be fitted either side, JCP11).


The thrustmaster TH8A clamps nicely to the velcro arm. Had mine on there for over a year and it's rock solid.
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