Published at Monday, November 19th, 2018 - 08:09:33 AM. Gaming Chairs. By Ludovic Joguet.
We are human. We make mistakes. We've all had our share of broken promises and regrets, but there is on lesson I life you do not have to learn on your own. Do not buy a gaming chair. A gaming chair often lures innocent gamers looking for the latest accessories to fit with their game, but just because something looks good does not mean it is. It is back to the whole don't judge a book buy its cover thing, etc. If you take a look at the logic behind a gaming chair, perhaps you can see where I am getting at. These usually made out of plastic awkward contraptions are anything but flexible, which is what you really need when you get into the game. A bean bag chair is much more suitable for what you are looking for in this instance. Plastic never has and never will be an item of comfort, so just because there are cool little swirly patterns on the arm wrests (which are in the way, mind you) does not change that law of physics. Plastic is a no go. Cool looking shapes are anything but natural, and should be avoided at all costs. Sometimes I see some gaming chair of those arched or stretched shapes and think they were made for the aliens in the game rather than the person playing.
You'll want to pay special attention to such things as the size of the chair, as some are made for younger children, whilst others are a little bigger and suitable for tweens and teenagers. Adults might find many of these gaming bean bags are a little too small to be really comfortable although there are certainly adult bean bag gaming chairs out there. The material used is also an often overlooked consideration. An easy to clean surface, or a removable or machine washable cover is something to consider especially if you have messy children or expect it to be a highly trafficked piece of furniture.
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