Sorry, but I need to put this out there.
When anyone talks about "gamer chairs" nothing beyond these awful racing car bucket look-alike things are shown or suggested. Almost NO ONE gets it right!
These sort of traditional upright office chairs - no matter how sporty they look - are terrible for long gaming sessioins. They really are. What you REALLY want, and just about no one company has produced (except at thd most riddiculous prices) is something like a chaise lounge, where the seating is soft and padded, laid slightly back to take a bit of pressure off your spine, and most importantly, your legs are up and well supported. This is crucial, trust me!
I personally have this old chaise lounge, rather like the ones you get from Super Amart or something tor $600 (except I scored mine cheaper) and honestly, it is exactly the thing you want for long gaming sessions.
I play WoW a lot, but also other games, and I will often be at my computer for a good 4-6 hours, often as I wait for sleep to come. It's relaxing for my mind and also since my body is in a comfortable position, there is zero back strain, important if you are an older gamer like me, and everything hurts, lol!
Sorry, but these racer chairs are NOT gamer chairs. They're a glorified high back office chair with a racing car seat look.
They do literally nothing to cater to the unique needs of gamers.
People get them because they are the only thing readily available, and we simply don't have a choice, unless, like me, you find an unconventional piece of furniture for it.
Please don't fall for these things. They're wholly unsuitable for a real gamer. Get a chaise lounge instead. You'll thank me later.
I wish the companies that made "gaming chairs" would get an actual clue, as it can be cheaply made, with only a few added extras to make it perfect. This is a really big issue, and it needs to be discussed a LOT more, and more than that, these "gaming chair" manufacturers need to start listening and consider changing their game up a bit and offering better designs. These racing car stupid things are outdated and just don't cut it.
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If you’re lucky enough, you’ll manage some time off over the Christmas break.
Whether you’ve booked some relaxing time away, or you’re just staying around the house, we’ve got your binge watching covered.
I’m sure throughout the year, your Netflix and Stan buddies have sprouted about the new series they’ve been watching. But by now, you’ve forgotten what it was called. Don’t worry, we’ve listed the 50 best binge worthy TV series to watch over the Christmas holidays. Grab some popcorn and put on your comfiest pants (or not, no pants is also an option) and settle in for some seriously good TV.
Frank Griffin, an outlaw terrorising the 1880s American West, hunts down Roy Goode, his partner turned enemy. Roy hides out at a ranch as Frank’s chase leads him to La Belle, New Mexico – a town mysteriously made up almost entirely of women. (Source: IMDb)
A chronicled look at the criminal exploits of Colombian drug lord Pablo Escobar, as well as the many other drug kingpins who plagued the country through the years. If you’ve seen the movie ‘Blow’ with Johnny Depp, then this series is a must for you. (Source: IMDb)
When a young boy disappears, his mother, a police chief, and his friends must confront terrifying forces in order to get him back. The Stranger Things series has been a Netflix winner with many avid watchers addicted to finding the tiny clues in every episode.(Source: IMDb)
In the late 1970s, two FBI agents expand criminal science by delving into the psychology of murder and getting uneasily close to all-too-real monsters. A great psychological thriller series that will have you wanting to know more. (Source: IMDb)
If you’re not into serial killers or the paranormal and would rather some comedic relief instead, then this series is for you. Glow takes a light-hearted look at the personal and professional lives of a group of women who perform for a wrestling organization in Los Angeles. (Source: IMDb)
Sheila and Joel are married real estate agents in Santa Clarita, California. When Sheila dies, their lives take a dark turn and it’s not the kind you’d expect. Drew Barrymore plays a role so unlike her usual ones it adds to the bizarre and captivating story line to this winning Netflix TV Series. (Source: IMDb)
8. The Crown – Season 2
Follows the political rivalries and romance of Queen Elizabeth II’s reign and the events that shaped the second half of the 20th century. So if you love period dramas and love the Royals, then this is absolutely the TV series you should watch this Christmas break. (Source: IMDb)
An English combat nurse from 1945 is mysteriously swept back in time to 1743. This is a beautiful and brutal series that will pull you in and not let you out. Be prepared to fall in love with James Fraser and Claire Beecham. (Source: IMDb)
The trials and tribulations of small town Texas football players, their friends, family, and coaching staff. A really great series addressing many mainstream cultural issues such as racism, abortion, drugs and good old American family values. (Source: IMDb)
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