Gaming chair deals like this don’t come along very often. Over at the official US Razer store, you’ll find Razer has just knocked 20% off both the Razer Iskur and the Razer Iskur X. With the former sitting very high on our best gaming chairs guide, you’ll seriously want to take a look if you’ve been looking for a premium upgrade to your gaming setup and/or home office.
Razer’s flagship Iskur X is currently available for $399 (save $100) in a range of styles – all black synthetic leather, black synthetic leather with green stitching or the newer gray fabric version. The smaller, more affordable, Razer Iskur X is on sale at $319 (save $80). If you’re after a larger gaming chair deal, then the XL version of the Iskur is $120 cheaper than usual at $479 today. You can learn more about the flagship chair in our Razer Iskur review.
Before you go though, be sure to use the code FRAGFEST at checkout to get a free exclusive gift. You don’t need a code to get the discount on the chairs though as the prices are live right now.
Razer gaming chair deals
Razer Iskur | $399 (save $100)
The Iskur X is the model with built-in adjustable lumbar support and feels much sturdier than a lot of other gaming chairs. Seeing the fabric version discounted is a rare treat and a great option if you’re likely to get a bit hot sat in a synthetic leather chair all day.
Razer Iskur X | $319 (save $80)
The Iskur X is a smaller, lightweight version and does not come with the adjustable lumbar support feature. It’s certainly easier to put together than the main Iskur thanks to its lighter build quality. I actually found the seat depth to be much shallower than the bigger version though (and I’m not that tall), so I’d be leaning much more towards the bigger chair if you want to sink into it a bit more. This is still quite a lot of money to pay for a chair with no lumbar support too.
If you’re in the market for a new laptop, you might want to check out the new Razer Blade 14 pre-orders as you can currently get a free gaming mouse with them too. Razer has a few other items on sale at the moment in its sale at the official website.
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