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Trust Gaming GXT 707 Resto Gaming Chair-Black - £99.99 delivered @ Amazon
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Trust Gaming GXT 707 Resto Gaming Chair-Black - £99.99 delivered @ Amazon

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Posted 28th JanEdited by:"idontflycathay"

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Reduced from £219.99.

Stylish gaming chair on offer - black model. It's about +£43 cheaper than other retailers.

£99.99 delivered - Lowest price (next best price i think is at Game)

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Perfect fit for every gamer
The Trust gaming chair is one everybody can enjoy. The robust chair is designed to handle a maximum weight of 150 kg and is recommended for any gamer between 160 and 190 centimetres tall. The 42 cm wide and 50 cm deep seat is large enough to ensure maximum support and comfort.

Adjustable to your desires
The gaming chair is fitted with a class 4 gas lift, the part that allows you to adjust the seat’s height from 47 to 54.5 cm. This premium gas lift is durable, reliable and supports up to 150 kg of weight.

The back rest is adjustable over 90 degrees, meaning you could even put the back rest flat for a quick rest after a sweeping victory! To top it off, the seat can be tilted for even more comfort. Simply tilt the seat forward to reduce pressure on your legs, or tilt it backwards to properly align your spine to prevent back problems. Needless to say, the armrests’ height is adjustable as well.


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Optimal comfort improves your game
The Resto gaming chair comes with two removable and adjustable cushions to provide optimal comfort, allowing you to keep on top of your game for hours.

The lumbar pillow provides your back with support and extra relief. The neck cushion features as a headrest and releases tension.


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Perfect fit for every gamer
The Trust gaming chair is one everybody can enjoy. The robust chair is designed to handle a maximum weight of 150 kg and is recommended for any gamer between 160 and 190 centimetres tall. The 42 cm wide and 50 cm deep seat is large enough to ensure maximum support and comfort.

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Stable base
The durable and smooth rolling nylon wheels glide perfectly, allowing you to keep on rolling when you’re too comfortable to get up.

The 70 centimetres wide, robust 5 star metal base in combination with the durable metal frame inside the seat provide optimal stability and long lasting comfort.

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Not a fan of Trust Gaming. The sort of brand you'd see in TKMaxx in their awful garbage tech section. Beware. Buy cheap, buy twice.
I would advise people to go to places like Currys and sit on the chairs and try them out. I was really surprised at how uncomfortable they all were and how cheap the materials felt. I couldn't have lived with any of them. I hated all of the chairs they had on display. I have a 100% genuine leather executive office chair which I bought from Argos a couple of years ago (it was the most expensive top of the range one Argos did at the time) and it's a million times better and more comfortable than all of the gaming chairs I tried in Currys.
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Been looking for a decent chair for a while, this is a fab find, thank you!
looks identical to the Corsair t1.
Not a fan of Trust Gaming. The sort of brand you'd see in TKMaxx in their awful garbage tech section. Beware. Buy cheap, buy twice.
herrderr28/01/2020 15:43

looks identical to the Corsair t1.


it wouldnt surprise if it was built by the same factory. A lot of these gamings chairs are made by the same manufacturer
TheDodger28/01/2020 16:00

it wouldnt surprise if it was built by the same factory. A lot of these …it wouldnt surprise if it was built by the same factory. A lot of these gamings chairs are made by the same manufacturer


any idea who the OEM is?
herrderr28/01/2020 16:02

any idea who the OEM is?


i was just looking for it. I believe gamers nexus mentioned them at some point while he was criticising corsairs new chair
TheDodger28/01/2020 16:03

i was just looking for it. I believe gamers nexus mentioned them at some …i was just looking for it. I believe gamers nexus mentioned them at some point while he was criticising corsairs new chair


I've tried them all - secretelabs and noblechairs I find too hard, and all of the others are poorly made. There seems to be something a bit softer about the Corsair t1, but as you say, identical manufacture with really 'strange' tolerances (lets' be kind). What chair do you use?
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Just an office chair.
I would advise people to go to places like Currys and sit on the chairs and try them out. I was really surprised at how uncomfortable they all were and how cheap the materials felt. I couldn't have lived with any of them. I hated all of the chairs they had on display. I have a 100% genuine leather executive office chair which I bought from Argos a couple of years ago (it was the most expensive top of the range one Argos did at the time) and it's a million times better and more comfortable than all of the gaming chairs I tried in Currys.
herrderr28/01/2020 16:06

I've tried them all - secretelabs and noblechairs I find too hard, and all …I've tried them all - secretelabs and noblechairs I find too hard, and all of the others are poorly made. There seems to be something a bit softer about the Corsair t1, but as you say, identical manufacture with really 'strange' tolerances (lets' be kind). What chair do you use?


i just use cheap office chairs tbh. I'm probably going to try and get a Herman Miller Aeron at some point if there is a good deal on here
Man I am so tempted by this but looking at a quick history search of "Chairs" very similar ones go for 50 or 60 quid now and than and I mean a few weeks ago.
herrderr28/01/2020 15:43

looks identical to the Corsair t1.



Biggest difference seems to be this one has a mesh fabric foam seat whereas the Corsair one has faux leather with foam padding. Big price difference though!
Looks pretty good value!
Anyone recommend a decent office chair please?
davenfish28/01/2020 19:57

Anyone recommend a decent office chair please?


If you're serious it won't look like this.
You need something that supports YOUR back.
Any recommendations for chairs with flip up arms?
If the manufacturer feels the need to add extra pillows for back / lumbar support then the chair is trash.
Buff9929/01/2020 00:02

If the manufacturer feels the need to add extra pillows for back / lumbar …If the manufacturer feels the need to add extra pillows for back / lumbar support then the chair is trash.


Most "gaming" ones do regardless of price. I guess it's just one of those things nowadays that helps sell them.
davenfish28/01/2020 19:57

Anyone recommend a decent office chair please?


Costco do great leather office chairs
TheDodger28/01/2020 16:25

i just use cheap office chairs tbh. I'm probably going to try and get a …i just use cheap office chairs tbh. I'm probably going to try and get a Herman Miller Aeron at some point if there is a good deal on here


Been there done that, take a standard chair and go buy a lumber support and cushion to sit on instead, £50 and suddenly you have a super chair! My current £100 is better than my Herman Miller £1400 one now
marteee28/01/2020 17:10

Looks pretty good value!


They always do when they say WAS £219.99!!! BUY NOW!!


It's the oldest trick in the book, produce it for £20, release high then take what you can get after the drop.
I find all gaming chairs hard and uncomfortable and they don't seem to last very long. They look cool but that's about it.
The most comfy office chairs are converted car seats.
Not cheap if you want to buy a ready made one but totally different level of comfort to any gaming chair and they do last, just like in a car.
wipe0wt209729/01/2020 07:52

Been there done that, take a standard chair and go buy a lumber support …Been there done that, take a standard chair and go buy a lumber support and cushion to sit on instead, £50 and suddenly you have a super chair! My current £100 is better than my Herman Miller £1400 one now


Any recommendations which support you using
TheDodger28/01/2020 16:25

i just use cheap office chairs tbh. I'm probably going to try and get a …i just use cheap office chairs tbh. I'm probably going to try and get a Herman Miller Aeron at some point if there is a good deal on here


I'd get a steelcase leap v2 instead. I've used both extensively and prefer the v2
I had this chair and it got well used, it is very supportive and it is actually sold by another company as a real car seat, quite firm but great for driving sims.

It lasted me a couple of years of heavy use but the PU leather started flaking off and eventually the main metal support in the chair broke, the seat itself is great but it's always what they are mounted to that fails, I paid about this for it a few years back.

I have had a few racing type chairs since and none lasted as long as this one with heavy use.
wipe0wt209729/01/2020 07:52

Been there done that, take a standard chair and go buy a lumber support …Been there done that, take a standard chair and go buy a lumber support and cushion to sit on instead, £50 and suddenly you have a super chair! My current £100 is better than my Herman Miller £1400 one now


I highly doubt that to be honest
Bought one like this and it’s not very good at all, started off ok but now it’s a pain so going to replace it
adam_rockon29/01/2020 08:48

I highly doubt that to be honest


Well each to his own, good luck spend £1300 more than you need too :). As someone who suffers from a slipped disc, pelvic tilt and well earned poor posture I’ve had to learn the hard way, luckily my new setup is far better
GT omega is affordable and quality at Christmas I got a pro for £160
wipe0wt209729/01/2020 09:09

Well each to his own, good luck spend £1300 more than you need too :). As …Well each to his own, good luck spend £1300 more than you need too :). As someone who suffers from a slipped disc, pelvic tilt and well earned poor posture I’ve had to learn the hard way, luckily my new setup is far better


Buy second hand unless you can afford it outright. Sorry, I didn't mean to sound b1tchy, but a 100 quid chair compared to aeron is a big statement.
Mrepg29/01/2020 08:32

Any recommendations which support you using



Sure:


Lumbar Pillows Feagar, Memory... amazon.co.uk/dp/…are

Everlasting Comfort 100% Pure Memory Foam Seat Cushion, Orthopedic Design To Relieve Back, Sciatica and Tailbone Pain. Wheelchair Compatible amazon.co.uk/dp/…03E

Back Posture Corrector, Shoulder... amazon.co.uk/dp/…are

I wish I knew now what I didn’t 20 yrs since but best cure is prevention, physios will earn a fortune in future with phone zombie epidemics coupled with gamers and office working!

Getting posture right is crucial, most just slump like a banana but your spine should curve like a banana facing backwards ) not slumped forwards (

I woke with a trapped nerve one day in my neck and the worse thing ever due to bad posture. Best bet is to go on YouTube and check some bad posture vids out, correcting pelvic tilt or neck etc.

There’s a quality app too called reach physio we’re physios give you a plan for free atm well worth a look, got me out of a bad spot once!

But buying a chair to fix posture issues is expensive and from my experience ineffective since making the right adjustments is limited compared with just building your own up, I even use a Mckenzie lumber support as an arm rest to ensure my right arm isn’t hanging and putting strain in my neck etc.
GT Omega enough said.
If you really want a comfortable office chair, Hermann miller Aeron is a good choice. 👌
adam_rockon29/01/2020 09:19

Buy second hand unless you can afford it outright. Sorry, I didn't mean to …Buy second hand unless you can afford it outright. Sorry, I didn't mean to sound b1tchy, but a 100 quid chair compared to aeron is a big statement.


Your not reading what I’m saying my friend, scroll further up...I’ve actuated owned a custom built Aeron to my own spec and my current one I made up offers much better comfort and support
wipe0wt209729/01/2020 09:52

Your not reading what I’m saying my friend, scroll further up...I’ve act …Your not reading what I’m saying my friend, scroll further up...I’ve actuated owned a custom built Aeron to my own spec and my current one I made up offers much better comfort and support


My bad
Have this exact chair but by a different brang got it for 90 on a sale works fine arms are a bit useless for me not being able to adjust there height but is a good chair
BUT CAN U DO THIS?! with this chair?
I've had an Aeron as well and didn't get on with it. I found the mesh seat really uncomfortable after around half an hour. If you buy directly from Herman Miller you can return it within 14 days, other places don't accept returns as they're "built to order".
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davenfish28/01/2020 19:57

Anyone recommend a decent office chair please?


I have a Steelcase Please chair, really comfy and solid build quality, they retail for quite a bit, but I had a search set on Gumtree to find one in my area, took a couple of months to find but I got a mint condition one for £70.

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2 year warranty? Looks like a good deal. I bought a secret lab chair recently, great chair and with a social media post 5 year warranty. Near 300 quid though. £99 for a decent chair with 2 year warranty, can't be bad to that
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