Razer launches Iskur-X gaming chair

Team Razer has announced that the Iskur X, the follow-up to their very popular Iskur gaming chair, has finally shipped.  Updated with a steel-reinforced body, high-density foam throughout, and synthetic leather throughout, the Razer team is clearly trying to take what has become the template design for gaming chairs and bumping it to the next level.  Best of all, it ships for a full $100 cheaper than its predecessor.

Let’s dig into what the new Iskur-X brings at launch:

  • The Iskur X supports up to 136 kg (300 lbs), and features a sculpted backrest, giving more support along the natural curve of the spine. The 2D armrests reduce wrist and shoulder strain, while the angled seat edge maximizes upper leg and thigh support. With a multi-function recline, the Iskur X can be repositioned for the most comfortable posture for long play sessions.
  • Also launched today are the Razer Head Cushion and Razer Lumbar Cushion. Designed for use with any gaming chair, the Razer Lumbar Cushion helps set the spine in a neutral position, with ergonomic support shaping to the users back thanks to the memory foam padding. The Razer Head Cushion tops off the comfort with a dense memory foam core, adapting to the user’s head shape for the perfect balance of comfort and support.

The chair ships today at $399, with the head cushion running you $39.99, and the lumbar cushion dropping as a $49.99 add-on.   We’ll try to put our butt in one of these to tell you if promises meet reality very soon — stay tuned!  In the meantime, drop by and order soon — these things sell out quick!

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