My second gaming chair to roll into my office is the BattleBull Combat Gaming Chair, which is a slick-looking, and super-comfy chair that we're going to dive into today.
Since I spend hours upon hours per day sitting in my chair working and gaming, these gaming chairs are coming in handy. The BattleBull Combat Gaming Chair is a nice evolution from the gaming chairs we've seen around, even if it's just some small things - these small things are what set the gaming chairs apart.
BattleBull touts its Combat Gaming Chair is easy to setup with "easy to follow instructions", is fully adjustable with its arms, backrest, and height all adjustable for your specific comfort. Then we have different models and colors to suit all styles and gaming setups.
BattleBull is offering its Combat series of gaming chairs with a 180-degree decline, soft PU leather, class 4 gas lift, metal frame work, memory foam cushioning, adjustable arm rests, height adjustable, head and lumbar cushions and steel belt elastic.
As for the colors, it arrives in yellow, orange, red, blue, green, and white.
Availability & Price
Right now, the BattleBull Combat Gaming Chair is only available through Australian IT retailer PLE Computers, for AUD $299 ($211 USD or so, at the time of writing).
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Canada: Find other tech and computer products like this over at Amazon Canada's website.
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