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The high-end racing-seat maker AndaSeat announces a new gaming chair

The AndaSeat Kaiser 2. (Source: AndaSeat)
The AndaSeat Kaiser 2. (Source: AndaSeat)
AndaSeat is a company that lays claim of a history of making racing seats for car-marques such as Mercedes and BMW. Now, it has applied this experience to a new gaming chair called the Kaiser 2. It is described as made using robust cold-cured foam and convincingly leather-like material. It is avaiilable in the US, UK and Australia.

AndaSeat describes itself as a group of "professional seating specialists" with clients such as BMW and Mercedes. More recently, however, it has decided to turn its apparent expertise to the area of gaming chairs, due to the increasing prevalence (and professional relevance) of these products. The Kaiser 2 is the company's latest effort in this vein.

Its maker has outfitted it with cushions designed to protect both the cervical and lumbar spine during lengthy gaming sessions. AndaSeat also claims that they are stuffed with high-density cold-cured foam that can withstand 65 to 70 kilograms (kg) per meter squared of force.

This is covered by a form of "4D PU" apparently chosen for its ability to mimic high-grade leather. The rest of the Kaiser 2 is equipped with "SGS-certified Class 4 hydraulic pistons" and "explosion-proof gas spring of international standards" for a chair that can support users of up to 210cm in height and 180kg in weight, and that can adopt angles of 90 to 140 degrees.

Finally, the AndaSeat Kaiser 2 is finished in either black or, alternatively, maroon, an option not often offered in this market. However, all this comes at a cost: it is priced at US$480£350 or AU$549 on its manufacturer's website from now.


AndaSeat Press Release

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Deirdre O'Donnell, 2020-12-13 (Update: 2020-12-13)