The Razer Iskur was one of the biggest announcements to come out of RazerCon 2020, and it is what the company is calling the first gaming chair to have true ergonomics.
The Razer Iskur has a rather unique ergonomic lumbar support system. Instead of a fixed lumbar, these lumbars can actually be adjusted to provide total lower back support. The curved design is to help align with your spine to ensure an ideal gaming posture for the best comfort while gaming.
To help with fraying materials, the Razer Iskur uses multi-layered synthetic leather. The material is said to not just feel good, but to last as well as it is tougher and more durable than standard PU leather. The material has also gone through multiple tests, including a 24-hour 1% salt spray test. So, no more worrying about the materials just peeling off after extended usage?
As for the cushions, the Razer Iskur uses high density foam cushions, while the head cushion uses memory foam instead. The armrests are 4D, meaning they can be adjusted up and down, forwards and backwards, left and right, as well as rotated inwards or outwards.
When it comes to load, the Razer Iskur is steel-reinforced to be able to handle up to 136KG. It is also optimal for users who have up to 170cm to 190cm in height. To ensure quality assurance, the chair also has a 3-year warranty upon purchase.
Pricing And Availability
The Razer Iskur is now available for purchase, but it has already been sold out and is now on backorder. The company’s gaming chair has been priced at $499. To learn more about the chair, check it out here.
RazerCon also saw the arrival of the new Tomahawk series Gaming PC chassis, check it out here.