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Last updated on June 17th, 2022 at 09:20 am

While the proliferation of gaming chairs has been impressive over recent years, so has the advent of gaming/driving frames, system tables, bean bags and gaming sofas. Almost a third of KitGuru readers will be considering new tech-furniture this year – so check the products that impressed us the most.

Noblechairs Epic TX

The Noblechairs Epic TX is easily our favourite chair that has passed through here at KitGuru - from the ease of building, the lightweight backrest and seat were easy to install, the comfort and design, all the way through to build quality and price. Boasting style, breathability and a fleece backing for durability and comfort.

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noblechairs Epic Black Edition

When it comes to gaming chairs, noblechairs often come out on top and I have awarded them quite a few of our KitGuru 'MUST HAVE' awards over the past few years. The Black Edition is a new range of chairs that feature a new hybrid fabric, updated design and features. However, they also come in at a higher price point. The Epic Black Edition in this review retails for £375... but it is well worth it.

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Edge GX1

It's not often we'd review a gaming chair and think it was worth £1000. But that is exactly how we feel about the Edge GX1 - it offers a simply unbeatable experience for a gaming chair, with unrivalled comfort and ergonomics. Add in extra features including negative tilt and inflatable lumbar support, and the Edge GX1 really is the complete package.

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noblechairs HERO

noblechairs quickly built-up an excellent reputation for its gaming chairs, and the HERO only cements that. It's got a large, well-built frame that offers excellent comfort and ergonomics without breaking the bank. We also like the sleek design, and the 2-year warranty is the cherry on top.

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AKRacing Core Series EX

Designed to offer 'a back to basics' experience, the AKRacing Core Series EX is a well-built chair that is nice and comfortable to sit in. We are very impressed with the ten-year warranty on the chair's frame, and what's more - it will only set you back £230.

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