We’ve looked at a couple of gaming chairs over the last 12 months, one of the stands out new companies to market is noblechairs, a brand that has spent considerable time at making chairs that look professional – moving away from the usual “gamer look” that can be a little ghastly and focusing on two main things, quality and comfort.
Today’s review looks at their latest chair to the market which targets the gamer which is looking for a stronger chair and one designed to be wider than the previous ranges. The noblechair Hero gaming chair still takes the previous learnings from the ICON and EPIC with cold cured foam, PU leather for the base version and top-grain real leather for the premium style while adding some additional upgrades.
Construction wise, any of the noblechair range is pretty easy to put together. As long as you have space it should only take you around 20 minutes from start to finish with no additional tools required other than what is supplied within the box.
You can always tell when something has had more thought when looking at how well it is packaged and the tools being supplied. All these things combined show that extra level of detail you’d want from something you are potentially forking out a bigger sum of money than you are used to on a butt resting device.