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Best chair up to £300?

Discussion in 'Gaming Chairs' started by simatron3000, Mar 8, 2017.

  1. simatron3000

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    Black and inoffensive please. I like the look of the VG Sl4000/5000. Should be comfortable for long play sessions. I'm 5'10 13st if that makes any difference.

    Thanks in advance.
     
  2. Bolton7935

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  3. Hilafero

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    great stuff....:D
     
  4. hyperseven

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    Steelcase, Herman Miller or Humanscale refurbished if you want a decent fully adjustable chair.
     
  5. Mr_Sukebe

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    S/h ekornes stressless
     
  6. Webzta

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    Another vote for the Noblechairs.
     
  7. james.miller

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    Yep.
     
  8. Pyr0m@nI@]{

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    Another vote for steelcase leap here
    There's a humanscale, a leap and a please in the office.
    I've ordered a leap with a headrest for home
     
  9. Aberfala

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    Refurbed Steelcase Leap all the way. I'm on my second now, the first lasted 6 years of 10 hour plus days.
     
  10. MooMoo444

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    As an owner of a SL-4000, it's an acquired seat. It has wings which can dig into your leg if you're not sitting correctly, and the padding is quite hard at first (normal for chairs but I felt the 4000 was rather solid).
    A few months of use and it's nice and soft now, best seat I've ever owned.

    So if you can get through the early period.... it's a fantastic seat!
     
  11. Xereo

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    I am a maxnomic man, owned it for about 5 years and still looks like new. Pitty OC do not sell em
     
  12. iSaff

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    I'd consider a refurbished office chair. Steelcase's the Leap V1 or V2 are very good and plentiful from office refurbishments for around £200. If you prefer the gamer aesthetic, then Noble is a solid choice, although I'm not a fan of gamer chairs; the bolsters limit movement, which i find more useful since my computer rarely, if ever, goes round bends at 120KMH. ;)
     


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