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Noble brings true leather to OCUK gaming chairs

Gaming chairs are a surprisingly hot product line at the moment, which is why Overclockers UK has continued to expand its offerings with various companies from around the world. Its latest edition however, is a little exciting, as Noble Gaming offers true-leather gaming chairs, a first for the market.

The colour schemes for all offerings are quite understated, with only muted blues and reds really standing out from the matt black. The build quality and materials used are said to be of the highest calibre too, so you can expect these chairs to stay sturdy and supportive for years to come.

The leather is the big selling point though, making the chairs that bit more luxurious than their rivals and easier to clean too, as they can just be wiped down with a damp cloth.

If you don’t need to stretch your budget that far though or have a moral objection to the use of animal products, there are alternatives too. Using the same styling and designs, Noble Gaming also has chairs coated in 100% vegan polyurethane (PU) faux leather.

If you happen to be a fan of the SK Gaming Esports team too, you can show your love for them with a custom made cushion that fits right on to the Noble Design. If it proves popular, expect other teams to have their own versions in the near future.

With height and tilt adjustments, strong cross-stitching to ensure durability and support, these Noble chairs are a premium seated experience. Of course, that does mean you are going to pay for it though. These chairs are priced from £280, all the way up to £430 for the real leather variants.

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KitGuru Says: As much as I’d love one of these, they’re a little beyond my personal budget. I do need something ergonomic for my busted writer’s back though. What do the rest of you spend your time gaming on?

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