After falling in love with my Battlebull Combat Gaming Chair, DXRacer approached me with a sample of their new Iron Series gaming chair. The DXRacer Iron Series gaming chair is their latest gaming chair, which features additional padding and a "4D sliding" armrest - interesting, so I thought I'd check it out.
The new Iron Series gaming chair from DXRacer, before I used it, looks like it could be a super comfortable chair for those massive gaming sessions, and I wasn't wrong. It's uber comfortable, and it also looks incredibly awesome, too.
One of the big benefits of the new Iron Series gaming chair is that it supports a larger load - of up to 900kg (2000lbs) - but for an actual human being sitting on it, the Iron Series gaming chair can handle up to 130kg (286lbs).
DXRacer offers the Iron Series gaming chair 12 different combinations of colors, with the sample we received in the color I asked for - the beautiful blue/black style, which looks great. There's black/green, orange/green, red/black, and a bunch of other color combinations available.
The company has provided their interesting '4D sliding armrest', with all of the accessories passing DXRacer's 72 strict quality tests, too. DXRacer offers an excellent two-year warranty on their Iron Series gaming chairs, with a new base that has been "designed by teams of foreign professional to last indefinitely".
Availability & Price
The Iron Series gaming chair from DXRacer is quite expensive, where it's sitting on Amazon at the time of writing for $449 - $479 depending on the color combination you want.
PRICING: You can find the DXRacer Iron Series Gaming Chair for sale below. The prices listed are valid at the time of writing, but can change at any time. Click the link below to see real-time pricing for the best deal:
United States: The DXRacer Iron Series Gaming Chair retails for $449 at Amazon.
United Kingdom: The DXRacer Iron Series Gaming Chair retails for £296 at Amazon UK.
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