In this review I take a look at yet another noblechair. 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 making it quite the investment. So is it worth it?
- Total height (with base): approx. 129.5 – 139.5 cm
- Seat pan height (with base): approx. 48 – 58 cm
- Backrest height: approx. 87 cm
- Backrest width: approx. 29.5 cm
- Backrest width (exterior, widest point): approx. 54.5 cm
- Inner seat surface area: approx. 35 cm
- Outer seat surface area (widest point): approx. 56 cm
- Depth of seating area: approx. 49.5 cm
- Total depth (without base): approx. 56.5 cm
- Minimum height of armrests: approx. 66.5 cm
- Weight: approx. 27 kg
- Angle of rocking mechanism:max. 11°
- Maximum load:150 kg
- Manufacturer's guarantee: 2 Years
- Black edition hybrid fabric
- Rocking mechanism
- 4D-armrest adjustability
- Adjustable angle of the backrest (up to 135 degrees)
- Versatile seat height
- Includes pillow for lumbar support and neck
- Deformation-resistant cold foam
- Safety Class 4 gas lift
- 5-point aluminium base
- 60 mm casters for hard- and soft flooring
- Robust steel core construction
The noblechairs Epic Black Edition will be available to purchase at Overclockers UK for £374.99
- Plenty of adjustability.
- Hybrid fabric is soft and breathable.
- High quality construction and premium feel.
- Easy to assemble.
- Attractive design.
- £75 price increase compared to the previous version.
- Seat base can be a little firm at first and takes time to loosen up.
KitGuru says: If you’re looking for a high quality desk chair then the noblechairs Black Edition is a great option.
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