Top Gaming Chairs 2020–These Are Our Winners

Most of us are by now acutely aware of the importance of a chair designed to accommodate long periods of sitting down. And since we’re a community not at all adverse to spending our hard-earned dollars on our pastime of choice, we thought the acquisition of a proper gaming chair well worth the effort of looking into.

Not only does a proper gaming chair ensure adequate support to our legs, arms, necks and especially our shoulders, but there’s also no denying the fact that it does ad an element of personal style and flair to the entire experience.

And so, without further ado, the following are in our opinion some of the best seat upgrades of 2020.

OFM Essentials Racing Chair

Equipped with a backrest 29.5” long and 19.75” wide, a specialised lumbar support pillow,  neck support pillow and flip-up armrests, OFM’s Essential Racing Chair is a fantastic best-budget buy. Don’t be fooled by its resemblance to a standard office chair because it offers so much more than just standard physical-frame support.

Noblechairs ICON

If it’s sophistication you’re after, then look no further than the Noblechairs ICON. It supports a weightier than usual max load of 330 pounds and features a backrest length of 33.9”. It too comes standard fitted with adjustable armrests, a lumbar pillow and a neck pillow.

Secretlab Omega 2020

There’s nothing quite like the feel of genuine leather. Secretlab’s Omega 2020 Series of chairs truly does live up to the claim of inviting the user in to become one with the chair itself. Not only is it focused on absolute comfort, but its also enveloped in a memory foam lumbar support cushion covering. Its durable and its fully-adjustable to suit any frame or physique.

Vertagear Trigger 350 SE

Vertagear’s Trigger 350 SE is great for keeping cool on during those long summer evenings of gaming fun. Constructed mainly out of durable Reinforced DuPont TPEE mesh, it’s a chair not bound to cave under everyday wear and tear. But allow not its mesh outer exterior to fool you into thinking that the Trigger 350 SE is an anyway lacking in absolute support and comfort. The reinforced mesh is perfectly rounded off in soft and luxurious calfskin leather – everywhere that matters too!

It comes in plain black and special red. At $800 a pop, the blain black version is slightly more affordable than the special red edition with its $1,000 price tag.

Respawn 200

Fancy mesh but can’t afford to go all out on luxury? Then worry not, because the Respawn 200 is a budget-friendly mesh alternative without any compromises having been made in terms of support and all-day comfort.

At a very affordable under-$200 per unit, the Respawn 200 comes standard with 2D armrests, lumbar and neck support and a max load capacity of 275 pounds. Fashioned out of high-quality mesh, it’s perfectly on par with premium office chairs of a better-than-average quality. The Respawn 200 is just about the best value you’re going to get when looking to buy a mesh gaming chair.