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X-Rocker Executive 2.0 Wireless Executive Office Chair - £136.49 at Argos
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X-Rocker Executive 2.0 Wireless Executive Office Chair - £136.49 at Argos

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Posted 3rd Jul

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Connect multiple chairs for the ultimate gaming experience. Ergonomic design with full back support. X-rocker gaming chairs are compatible with most gaming devices, by connecting to analogue audio outputs on your tv. Additional dac adapter (sold separately) may be required if these outputs are unavailable. Bluetooth is for Bluetooth transmitting devices only. Please refer to manufacturers guidelines of chosen device to check for compatibility.

  • Exclusive afm technology bring games, movies and music to life.
  • All current consoles.
  • Size H120, W64, D74cm.
  • Batteries required: 1 x rechargeable (included) plus .
  • For ages 13 years and over.
  • EAN: 0094338077889.

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This looks exactly like the chair I bought from Argos last year for £59.99
Why is it called an ‘executive’ chair if it is aimed at the gaming market!? Doubtless plastic covering as opposed to leather, as most are these days.

Ideally you should try a chair before buying just as you would with a pair of shoes, if at all possible. Of course with the death of the High Street, it is very difficult to do that these days and so you have to take a punt and keep your fingers crossed! Hard to trust reviews these days.
smallsteve03/07/2019 09:43

Why is it called an ‘executive’ chair if it is aimed at the gaming mar …Why is it called an ‘executive’ chair if it is aimed at the gaming market!? Doubtless plastic covering as opposed to leather, as most are these days.Ideally you should try a chair before buying just as you would with a pair of shoes, if at all possible. Of course with the death of the High Street, it is very difficult to do that these days and so you have to take a punt and keep your fingers crossed! Hard to trust reviews these days.


Likely called executive because it is plain looking.
Certainly try it out if you can, i got this chair last year and did not find it comfortable, i tried to adjust to it over a few weeks but in the end i gave it away, the built in wireless audio was alright though.

Also i'm sure i only paid like £50-60 for this chair also from Argos.
I had one last year, went back as wasnt comfy to me
How comfortable a chair is. Is all personal preference.
smallsteve03/07/2019 09:43

Why is it called an ‘executive’ chair if it is aimed at the gaming mar …Why is it called an ‘executive’ chair if it is aimed at the gaming market!? Doubtless plastic covering as opposed to leather, as most are these days.Ideally you should try a chair before buying just as you would with a pair of shoes, if at all possible. Of course with the death of the High Street, it is very difficult to do that these days and so you have to take a punt and keep your fingers crossed! Hard to trust reviews these days.


It's because it has a high back.
The fake leather is always rubbish. It breaks up after a few years making a mess. Fabric chairs last longer but are hard to find these days especially now that Staples have gone. Where can you try an office chair these days. IKEA have expensive ones.
banjomike04/07/2019 11:48

The fake leather is always rubbish. It breaks up after a few years making …The fake leather is always rubbish. It breaks up after a few years making a mess. Fabric chairs last longer but are hard to find these days especially now that Staples have gone. Where can you try an office chair these days. IKEA have expensive ones.


I have Ikea Markus. Not that great. Has active tilt and tilt lock with lumbar support but still sucks for longer gaming sessions. 10 year warranty tho.
Bought one of these last year for my son for around £60 and it broke about 6 months later, took it back to Argos and managed to get a refund. Just putting that out there.
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