Don't sacrifice your health just because you're in front of a computer all day. You need a good gaming chair with good support, and today you can get the AKRacing Master Series Max gaming chair on sale for $380.99 at Best Buy. The sale is part of Best Buy's deals of the day, which means it won't last forever. It is also available in several different color combinations all for the same low price. Normally the chair goes for around $520 so this is a pretty great price.
While Best Buy has all the different colors down to this low price, you can actually find some of them going for slightly better at Amazon. For example, the indigo AKRacing Master Series Max comes out to a total of just $351.64 if you include the price drop to $451 and the $100 off on-page coupon you can clip. Not all of them have that coupon, but some have matched Best Buy's price like the standard black chair. So you can shop there as well. Either way, you get a great chair.
Available in several different color combos. Easily adjustable, including armrests that can raise or lower and a seat height that can adjust with a single touch. Provides critical lumbar support and can support weight up to 400 pounds.
I might not have the slickest of gaming battlestations, but one thing I did not skimp on was my desk and chair. I have a great chair, and I think it should be a priority for anyone who works from home or games a lot. Don't forgo your own back health for a better graphics card. The Master Series Max has a great design with a lot of adjustability. The padding is made with a high-density foam and you have PU synthetic leather on the seat and back.
You can adjust the height of the chair with a single touch. You can also adjust the armrests and customize the height so there's less strain on your shoulders over time. The swivel and tilt mechanism lets you control the movement of the chair, and the five-pointed star base makes it easy to roll the chair where you need it to go. It also designed with lumbar support in mind.
The weight capacity supports up to 400 pounds.
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J.D. Levite has been in the deals game since 2012. He has posted daily deals at Gizmodo, The Wirecutter, The Sweethome, and now covers deals for Android Central, iMore, and Windows Central. He was there for the first Prime Day and has braved the full force of Black Friday. If you cut him, he bleeds savings. But don't try it for real. That's a metaphor.