Have you ever fancied your own customized gaming chair? If the plethora of gaming and superhero chairs doesn’t quite cure that itch, then you’ll be happy to know that Overclockers has paired up with Noblechairs to bring us Epic, Icon and Hero custom gaming chairs.
The Hero is the one I chose to test our own design as it is one of our favorite gaming chairs (opens in a new tab) from 2022, and I must say it looks pretty awesome. Despite the design we’ve chosen being a bit understated, we’ve received many compliments from other teams in the office. Even when it’s sitting next to Thermaltake’s Porsche gaming chair (opens in a new tab) we tested, most eyes are trained on this one.
That’s partly because of the amazing printing, and maybe partly because of the reference we made to bottoms in the design. Honestly, though, we probably won’t be the last to push the limits of what Noblechairs is willing to print on its chairs. I dread to think of some of the designs Overclockers will go through and I’m not sure where the line stands on that one.
What I do know is that unfortunately for our overseas friends, “the service is from Overclockers UK so the printing is currently done in the UK. But they accept orders from all over the world, it might cost them a lot in shipping, but technically. anyone can buy one.” Just a heads up if you’ve never tried lifting a gaming chair in its box: these things are not light. The Noblechairs Hero is 150 kg (330 lbs), so don’t expect overseas shipping to be cheap.
If you’re desperate to get a gaming chair covered in your favorite meme or awesome waifu, and you’re willing to spend on shipping, as well as £30 for printing on the back of the headrest and £100 for the full back (£130 for both sections) then it might be time to get creative. Just remember that this is on top of the price of the chair.
You can get your own design printed today (opens in a new tab)so don’t let your egos be dreams, people.