HUVUDSPELARE Gaming chair, black

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Adjust the height and angle to sit really comfortably, and let the game begin. The backrest gives you good lumbar support – and even when the game heats up, you stay cool thanks to the mesh net.

Article number905.076.03

Product details

3 year guarantee. Read about the terms in the guarantee brochure.

Your back gets support and extra relief from the built-in lumbar support.

This desk chair has adjustable tilt tension that allows you to adjust the resistance to suit your movements and weight.

The synchronised seat and back tilt follows your body movements and adjusts the chair to the correct position.

You sit comfortably since the chair is adjustable in height.

The mesh material of the backrest lets air through to your back during long sitting periods.

The safety castors have a pressure-sensitive brake mechanism that keeps the chair in place when you stand up, and releases automatically when you sit down.

Designer

Jon Karlsson

  • Material
    Bracket/ Sleeve/ Back support tube/ Armrest frame/ Star base hub/ Star base leg/ Back frame:
    Steel, Epoxy/polyester powder coating
    Wooden part:
    Layer-glued wood veneer
    Armrest pad:
    Polypropylene plastic
    Cover:
    100% polyester
    Elastics:
    Synthetic rubber
    Foam:
    Polyurethane foam 35 kg/cu.m.
    End cap:
    Reinforced polyamide plastic, Reinforced polyamide plastic
    Back fabric:
    Non-woven polyester
    Care
    Fixed cover

    Light stains can be removed with textile cleaner or a sponge damped in water or a mild soapy solution.

    Frame

    Wipe clean with a mild soapy solution.

    Wipe dry with a clean cloth.

  • This chair has been tested for office use and meets the requirements for durability and stability set forth in the following standard: EN 1335.

Measurements

Depth: 54 cm

Max. height: 123 cm

Max. seat height: 53 cm

Min. seat height: 43 cm

Seat depth: 42 cm

Seat width: 46 cm

Tested for: 110 kg

Width: 55 cm

Min. height: 113 cm

  • HUVUDSPELAREArticle number905.076.03

    Width: 51 cm

    Height: 16 cm

    Length: 83 cm

    Weight: 13.00 kg

    Package(s): 1

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HUVUDSPELARE Gaming chair, black

Game on!

At IKEA we have experience of life at home, but we’re beginners in the gaming world. That’s why we decided to team up with recognised experts from Republic of Gamers (ROG), to better understand what everyday life is like for devoted PC gamers. It resulted in desks, chairs, storage and accessories that can help more players to more victories.

Ask any gamer and they’ll tell you gaming is more than a fun past-time. It’s a way to wind down and connect with others – for some, even a livelihood. When Sofia Wiktorsson, one of our product developers, started working with our new range for passionate players, she stepped into a completely new universe – the gaming world.

We level up to help more gamers

“We cooperated with ROG the whole time and met both professional and high-performance gamers,” tells Sofia. When she and the team got to pick the brains of the players and watch them in action, it became clearer where IKEA can make a difference. “We saw a need for comfortable and ergonomic chairs and aids for long gaming sessions, stable furniture and accessories that improve the precision, and smart storage for the hardware. But, we also developed solutions that make it easier to eat and drink without spill while playing.”

Democratic gaming

There are several billion gamers in the world, but it’s not a uniform group of people – the diversity is big, with different cultures, ages, educational levels and incomes. “We want to make it possible to adapt the gaming station to your taste and your needs, no matter where you come from, if you live on your own, or together with someone else,” explains Sofia. “The products should fit with all other things people have in their homes. It’s our way to democratise the good gaming experience – for both gamers and the ones that don’t play.”