Buyer’s Guide for Razer Gaming Chair

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Yes indeed, Razer gaming chairs. The once modest peripheral manufacturer known for its mice and keyboards has expanded its sphere of influence into gaming furniture. Admittedly, Razer may not be the first name that comes to mind when you think of gaming chairs, most of which default to Secretlab or noblechairs. However, don’t count the Singaporean giant so far as it’s a hit with just two gaming chairs. Let’s dive into these two benches so you know the outcome and can make an informed decision.

Why buy the Razer gaming chair?

Razer has built a reputation as one of the leading manufacturers of peripherals, known for excellent build quality, industry-leading performance, and some of the most aggressive visual designs we’ve seen here at WePC. Suffice to say, we admire Razer and many of its products are in our offices in the office. We’ve also had hands-on training with both chairs in the past.

Razer Escore or Razer Inky

Fortunately, these are the only two seats Razer has made, so there’s not much chance of paralysis here. However, there are some key differences that you should be aware of before making your final decision, we will go through some of the most important features of each chair for you.

What to look for in azer gaming chair

There are some key aspects that can be applied here. Fortunately, they can all be applied to other brands of gaming chairs as well. It should look good, be comfortable, and encourage healthy posture, luckily both chairs manage this but in marginally different ways which we’ll do later. Of course, Razer being a premium brand means a premium price tag for it, so be prepared to pay quite a bit here, if you’re on a budget, we’ve got a guide on the best budget gaming chair too.

Razer Escore gaming chair

Razer entered the gaming chair market again in October of 2020 with the release of Razer Iskur. This gaming chair has a new piston-driven lumbar support system which has a large travel distance making it ideal for a variety of players. This type of mod system is really unique and fun to play with. It really baffles us why no other gaming chair manufacturers have attempted to emulate this design.


Razer Escore gaming chair


66.5 x 137 x 74.5 centimeters