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I got myself a ICON series from noblechairs

Discussion in 'Gaming Chairs' started by ThundyCat, Aug 2, 2017.

  1. ThundyCat

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    Location: Jakku

    SO I decided to bite the bullet and get myself one of these bad boys. As always OcUK's service and next day delivery didn't let me down and the chair arrived as promised the next day. :)

    As you can imagine the box was rather large!
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    I noticed damage to the top of the box and on closer inspection whatever had caused the damage, had not only gone through the box but it had also marked the interior packaging as well. But the packaging was spot on and miracles do happen and the chair had not been marked in anyway. :D

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    The instructions were clear that came with the chair and it took me about 20-25minutes to build. I didn't see the point of taking numerous build pictures as 5UB has already created a wonderful you-tube build video.



    This chair feels very well built and extremely solid. The lower back and head support are also nice features and the overall look will go well in any PC gamers setup.

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    Pros.

    • Well built.
    • Looks nice.
    • Comfortable. - Even after several hours of gaming.
    • Adjustable armrests.

    Cons.

    • None.

    Summary.

    Definitely worth getting one of these if you're thinking about it, and definitely worth the price.
     
    Last edited: Aug 2, 2017
  2. tomd96

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    Thanks for the write up - hopefully my leather one will be delivered soon!
     
  3. RSR

    Sgarrista

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    Brilliant write up, I'm going to be ordering one of these soon as well.
     
  4. ThundyCat

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    Hi guys and girls so I decided to purchase the matching footrest to go with my chair. It took all of 5 minutes to unbox and mount the base and feet together.

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    The footrest comes with a handy tilt option and can be tilted to a maximum of 57 degrees for comfort. And as you can see from the images it complements the Noble chair.

    :)
     
  5. Armageus

    Don

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    Location: Spalding, Lincolnshire

    Looks good and much better than resting your feet on @fiveub :)
     
  6. chaparral

    Capodecina

    Joined: Nov 27, 2005

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    Am going have to get myself one of them foot rests to go with my leather ICON chair at some time....
     
  7. cactusweasel

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    wow.. you paid over £100 for that footrest - is it worth it? I cannot see how it can be
     
  8. Cleisthenes

    Soldato

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    Location: Sussex

    How muuuuuuch?!
     
  9. chaparral

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  10. D3K

    Mobster

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    I'd much rather buy a reconditioned Mirra/Aeron/Leap than one of these. The prices are bonkers.
     
  11. Cleisthenes

    Soldato

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    Location: Sussex

  12. chaparral

    Capodecina

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    I paid £433 ex vat , plus £16 shipping for mine

    I also bought the -30mm Extra short gas lift
     
  13. Cleisthenes

    Soldato

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    Location: Sussex

    That sounds much better, guess the
    only relates to the OcUK price :p
     
  14. chaparral

    Capodecina

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    I did buy it from from Ocuk

    £520 minus the 20% VAT ;) (I live in guernsey so I no pay for England VAT TAX)
     
  15. ThundyCat

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    Location: Jakku

    I'm a pipe and slippers kind guy and I enjoy my creature comforts. ;)
     
  16. odin1507

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    How are you liking the chair so far?
     
  17. ThundyCat

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    Cracking chair. Extremely comfortable which is nice for the long gaming sessions.