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Corsair TC60 Fabric Gaming Chair Review

Rating: 8.0.

Today we are checking out the Corsair TC60 Gaming Chair in grey. This is the most affordable chair in Corsair's line-up but does it perform as you'd expect? Or does the chair suffer from typical “gamer chair” problems, like a lack of ergonomic support? Let's find out…

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00:00 Start
00:15 Introduction and some honest advice
01:31 Is it hard to build the chair?
02:35 The design and build quality
03:45 Comfort levels
05:05 Wheels/Base
05:51 Seat Mechanics
07:06 Arm/rests
07:41 Lumbar support (or lack of)
08:30 Jack's closing thoughts


  • Adjustable Tilt angle:  0-10°
  • Tilt Mechanism: Recline with synchronized tilt and four position lock, Height Adjust
  • Class 3 Gas Lift with 10cm of height adjustment
  • Max weight: 124Kg
  • Relaxed fit for all-day comfort
  • 3D Armrests: Front/Back, Left/Right, Up/Down adjustment
  • 6 Levels of Armrest Height Totalling 7.5cm
  • Armrest size: 25cm x 9.0cm x 2.2cm
  • Seat foam type: Polyurethane foam (cold foam)
  • Seat foam density: 55kg/m³
  • Seat size: 57.4cm x 43.2cm
  • 6cm Dual Castor Wheels Suitable for Wood and Carpet
  • Breathable Soft Fabric Design
  • Approx 45° Recline
  • Weight 19Kg

You can purchase the Corsair TC60 Fabric Gaming Chair for £219.90 from Corsair HERE.

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  • Minimalist design aesthetic compared to other gaming chairs.
  • 3D armrests.
  • Wide relaxed fit design.
  • 6 stops of armrest height adjustment.
  • Nice soft fabric.


  • Limited lumbar and headrest support.
  • Recline lock can jolt you forward if not used correctly.
  • Tension dial is fiddly and difficult to access on the base.
  • Corsair's slightly more expensive models offer more bang for buck.

KitGuru says: The Corsair TC60 cements itself firmly as a decent consideration when compared to other gamer chairs. The soft fabric design feels premium and personally I'm a big fan of the minimalist and less “gamery” design aesthetic.

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Rating: 8.0.

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