The EPIC Real Leather Gaming Chair that noblechairs sent me arrived in the black/white/red style, which I fell in love with. It looks awesome, feels and looks premium, and oozes style and comfort.
The white leather strip that runs up either side of the chair looks great, with red being used sparingly instead of copiously. The head rest pillow is unbelievably soft - so much so that I would point it out to my friends and family, saying they "had to try it, it's so soft!" - it really is ridiculously luscious.
On the seat itself, noblechairs has placed a debossed crown logo on the headrest, while there's an aluminum emblem with "relief lettering" on the backrest.
The right side of the chair itself features a red leather segment with golden logo embroidery which screams quality and prestige. It feels like the EPIC Real Leather Gaming Chair has been pulled out of a Ferrari or Lamborghini.
noblechairs goes into an incredible amount of detail with its EPIC Real Leather Gaming Chair, with the company explaining on its website that real leather is "the most premium material that can be chosen for seating furniture covering." And that "nothing possesses superior breathability than genuine leather and, next to its suburb quality, the material intrigues with an optically brilliant, even surface texture".
Whoever wrote this, needs a raise - but it's all true, and you'll feel it when you sit on the chair itself.
The company explains that the EPIC Real Leather Gaming Chair has "real leather is exceedingly durable, easy to clean in case of accidental smudging, UV-resistant, insensitive to moisture as well as aging and temperature resistant, and thus it stands unrivaled above all substitute materials regarding its properties." The rear of the backrest features a 100% vegan highest-grade PU imitation leather cover.
Similar as in sports cars, the leather used by noblechairs with its strength of 1.5 millimeters is at least 25% thicker and therefore considerably more durable compared to conventional gaming chairs.
- Premium design
- Precious real leather cover
- Comfortable & breathable cold foam upholstery
- 4D armrests with soft cushioning
- Safety class 4 gas lift
- Advanced rocking mechanism up to 11°
- 60 millimeter casters for both soft and hard floors
- 2 pillows included (neck pillow + lumbar pillow)
- Reinforced outer packaging
- Steel (frame)
- Aluminium (five-star base, emblem)
- Cold foam (upholstery)
- Genuine leather (front & side-rail cover)
- PU faux leather (back cover)
- Nylon / Polyurethane (casters)
- Polyurethane (armrests)
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