The Razer Iskur's got your back, and now it's in all black

Razer Iskur Black
Razer Iskur Black (Image credit: Razer)

What you need to know

  • The Razer Iskur gaming chair is now available in an all-black color scheme.
  • Previously, the Razer Iskur was only available with green trim on a black body.
  • The Razer Iskur is avaialble for $500 from Razer.

The Razer iskur gaming chair is now available in all black. Razer designed the Iskur to help ensure perfect posture. It has a memory foam headrest, adjustable lumbar support, and a firm cushion that provides support. Until now, the Razer Iskur was only available with a black body and Razer's iconic green trim. Now, you can get it in an all-black option.

Let's run through the numbers of the Razer Iskur. It earned five stars in our Razer Iskur review. It has a $500 price tag and has 4D adjustable armrests. It also has a 3-year warranty and now comes in two color schemes. That leaves you with one of the best gaming chairs around.

The new all-black version of the Razer Iskur is otherwise identical to the one our executive editor Daniel Rubino already reviewed. His full review breaks down the chair from top to bottom, including how the chair is built from the ground up to help with your posture.

Razer Iskur Posture

Source: Razer (Image credit: Source: Razer)

The chair allows you to adjust its height, angle, and lumbar support. While writing his review, Rubino said,

As I'm typing this, I feel like someone is cradling me, hitting all the right support points (head, elbows, and lower back), meaning all my muscle movement is just in my fingers instead of my body holding itself up. For the first time, I don't feel like I'm ruining my posture by sitting.

With a new all-black color option, you can go for a slightly more reserved look.

Razer Iskur

Razer Iskur

This gaming chair focuses on perfecting your posture so you can play games for longer. It has a firm cushion, adjustable lumbar support, and a memory foam headrest to ensure perfect posture. Now, it's also available in all black.

Sean Endicott
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