A gamer not a gamer without a gamer chair. Many are the brands that have taken advantage of the pull of the segment to launch spectacular models in design (and price), but there are those who are challenging that trend and resort to creativity to solve that need.
In fact, on Reddit the practice of sharing photos of jobs and gaming in which that gaming chair is not such is becoming popular, it is a car seat, train seat and even an airplane seat. Simply wonderful, don’t you think?
What better way to go to the junkyard to get a spectacular gaming chair?
Many users of the well-known / r / PCMasterRace subbreddit are struggling these days between buying an RTX 3080 or perhaps an RTX 3070. They don’t know whether to wait for AMD’s future Radeon RX 6000 and their Ryzen with Zen 3 architecture. Others are simply not there interested in processors or graphics cards: The obsession that is all the rage these days is that of gaming chairs that are not gaming chairs.
In this discussion forum, more and more users have appeared who share their positions, and in them the protagonist is not the computer (those particular ‘battlestations’ that many presume with compelling reasons), but the chair they use to sit for hours and hours before the screen.
Instead of using conventional gaming chairs or office chairs, the latest trend seems to be reuse old armchairs from cars, trains and even airplanes to configure those extra-comfortable (and warm) workstations that of course give a unique look to the whole.
Many of these users They get those old car seats from junkyards which they then adapt (putting for example wheels or armrests) and which end up becoming a great part of those equipment to play with. Here are some examples, but there are many more on Reddit.