While gaming chairs can be remarkably comfortable, they can also be a little fiddly to put together. So myself and Gizmodo's Campbell Simpson decided to test something -- how long would it take us to put one together?
We were sent in two of the latest gaming chairs to hit the Australian market. The brand is noblechairs, which are currently only distributed through MWAVE.
There's two types of chairs available -- the faux leather model for $449, and a real leather version from $699. So since we had two in the office, we thought: why not try and have a race to put them together.
Well, that was the original plan. And then we caved and just decided to put one together instead.
If you want to see the final $699 product, complete with the velour lumbar support and headrests, here's what it looks like:
Not too bad. We'll let you know what we think after a couple of weeks. Until then, tell us: what chair do you use for gaming?