Razer’s First Gaming Chair Is A Curvier Secretlab Omega/Titan With Fancy Lumbar Support. Razer’s First Gaming Chair Is A Curvier Secretlab Omega/ Titan With Fancy Lumbar Support. Razer’s trademark is one of the most recognized logos in the global gaming and esports communities. According to Wikipedia, the company is a Singaporean American multinational technology company that designs, develops, and sells consumer electronics, gaming hardware, and financial services.
According to The Verge, For its very first gaming chair, it looks like Razer decided to largely copy one of today’s oft-cited favorites- the new $499 Razer Iskur is a dead ringer for the similarly-priced Secretlab Omega and Titan.
However, Razer told Verge that it’s not in partnership with Secretlab, and Secretlab also tells The Verge that it doesn’t share a production facility with Razer or any other manufacturers. It is clear that Razer is clearing pitching the Iskur as a step ahead of Secretlab in terms of spinal support. The Iskur is available on Razer’s site to make your readers ASAP. You can get the detail in the section beneath.
Razer’s First Gaming Chair Is A Curvier Secretlab Omega/Titan With Fancy Lumbar Support
You can compare the design, the recline mechanism, the stitching-heck, it is much clear when you look at the nigh-identical 4D armrests. Razer still tells the Verge that it’s not in collaboration with Secretlab, it says that the chair was “designed and developed in house.”And Secretlab tells us it doesn’t share a manufacturing facility with Razer or any other manufacturer, although it isn’t currently calling out Razer beyond this tweet.
Further, Razer is clearly pitching the Iskur as a step ahead of Secretlab in terms of spinal support. Apart from being a distinct hybrid of the Secretlab Omega’s smaller bucket seat and the Titan’s larger, more accommodating frame (the Iskur supports gamers up to nearly 300 pounds and 6.2 feet tall), the main differences here are a curvier back and the large adjustable lumbar support.
Thus, it’s true that the Omega’s removable pillow and the Titan’s internal adjustable lumbar haven’t gotten rave reviews. So we are curious if the Iskur’s jut-out-at-an-angle lumbar pad, which looks a little like a snake’s belly, will be much better.
This simply says that lots of gamers swear by Secretlab’s chairs for back support with or without the lumbar- mine was good for my back but sold it because of a sore butt.
The Omega and Titan have another thing going for them. Thus, you can easily buy one that isn’t quite so garish and doesn’t come embroidered with a firm’s trademarked slogan.
The Iskur is pretty much available for pre-orders today at Razer’s website, with more retailers coming up before the end of the year. So to start making your orders navigate to their site and place your orders. Secretlab makes some good chairs too, but still looking forward to giving this competitor a try.