The GTRacing ergonomic backrest adjustable gaming chair has dropped to $136.79 on Amazon. This deal is thianks to a regular drop to around $143 and an extra 5% off when you clip the on-page coupon. The chair regular sells above $160 on its own and has even peaked as high as $200. Today's drop is a fantastic discount and lower than the previous two deals we've seen this year.
The racing chair can handle up to 300 pounds. It's made with a strong metal frame. Includes arm rests, a height-adjustable seat, a padded back, and a lumbar pillow. Can recline up to 170 degrees and has smooth-rolling casters.
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The GTRacing chair is designed for those of us who spend hours sitting in front of a beautiful computer screen. You need something that's going to last and keep you comfortable at the same time. The chair has a gaming design, but it would work even if you're mostly just working or doing school stuff at your computer. It has large dimensions in width and height, it's adjustable, and it can hold a weight capacity up to 300 pounds.
The ergonomic design includes a strong metal frame that promotes a healthy and comfortable seated position. You'll last longer sitting the right way. The back and seat use thick pads that help promote comfort, too, so you can stay feeling good even after hours in the chair.
You'll also get a lot of adjustable options with this chair. Find the right amount of comfort with the armrests. Adjust the height of the seat. You can even recline between 90 and 170 degrees, which allows for a bit of rocking. Of course it can swivel 360 degrees as well so you don't have to get up or move the whole chair to turn around. The five-point base is heavy duty and will last for a long time. The smooth rolling casters allow for easy maneuverability. There is also a headrest and lumbar pillow you can choose to remove or keep as needed.
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