Razer Iskur Gaming Chair Review — Pure Ergonomic Bliss


Razer is known for its flashy, RGB-lit accessories and hardware, but until recently, it had zero offerings for arguably one of the most important aspects of one’s PC gaming setup: the chair. Sure, what you sit in has nothing to do with your specs and how well you can run a game, but it has everything to do with how comfortable you are playing that game for hours on end. Having an ergonomic desk setup is crucial for the health of your back, neck, and spine, and picking the right chair is the first step. That’s what makes the Razer Iskur particularly exciting: Razer’s first-ever gaming chair was made with ergonomic comfort in mind. The Iskur features a dynamic lumbar support system that you can adjust to perfectly hug the curve of your spine, supporting your lower back to prevent stiffness and soreness after all-day gaming sessions. Combine that with a premium build and high adjustability, and you’ve got a gaming chair that’ll suit your needs very well for years to come.


Released in October 2020, the Razer Iskur doesn’t have a particularly flashy look. It’s a black chair with accents in Razer’s signature green, including some stitching along the sides and the brand’s snake logo on the headrest. Razer’s “For Gamers, By Gamers” slogan is printed on the front edge of the chair, which I’m not personally a fan of, but it’s also not really noticeable unless you bend down and look. When viewing the chair from behind, the only distinctive feature is the word “Razer” emblazoned on the back of the headrest in green, so it doesn’t stick out like a sore thumb in my living room (and no, Razer didn’t work in any RGB lighting). Compared to other gaming chairs, the overall design of the Razer Iskur is fairly minimalistic, allowing it to blend in and work well with any space.

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