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Upgrade your seating with a Respawn-120 racing-style gaming chair for 52% off

Flash sale: Respawn's fully reclining ergonomic gaming chair is $111 today only.

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All desk chairs are not alike. That's why some people are willing to spend over $1,000 for a chair like the Humanscale Freedom or SteelCase Gesture. Those high-end office chairs are supremely comfortable and ergonomic, but lack a certain pizzazz that gamers are fond of. If you're looking to jazz up the home office, since you find yourself spending a lot more time in it these days, you might prefer a chair that hits some solid comfort notes yet is styled for action. If so, take a look at the Respwan-120 Racing Style Gaming Chair. Usually priced at $227, right now you can get the Respawn-120 for $111 at Newegg. That's 52% off.

The Respawn-120 is mostly covered in black bonded leather, and though you usually have a choice of several racing stripe accent colors, the only option available at this price is green. It's built on a steel tube frame and filled with molded foam for contoured support. The seat comes equipped with a pair of movable pillows -- one for lumbar support and a second for a headrest.

Most seats only recline about 25 degrees or so, but the Respawn 120's claim to fame is a full 180-degree reclining backrest, which presumably means there's never any reason to leave your desk. You can work and game all day, then lean back and nap in the same chair.

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The chair has a few other amenities, like armrests that adjust not just up and down but also forward and back, and a spacious 20 inches of seat width between the arms. The seat can be adjusted as low as 18.5 inches or as high as 22.5 inches, and it all comes on a five-caster base that has a maximum load of 275 pounds.

If you want to upgrade your chair with some racing-inspired ergo seating, you'll need to move quickly, since this flash sale ends at midnight tonight, April 3. 

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