Wednesday, February 1st 2017

CORSAIR Launches New T2 ROAD WARRIOR Gaming Chair

CORSAIR, a world leader in PC gaming peripherals and enthusiast components, today announced the launch of the new CORSAIR T2 ROAD WARRIOR gaming chair, as well a new version of the CORSAIR T1 RACE gaming chair, updated for 2018. Created for comfort, no matter how long you play, the T2 ROAD WARRIOR boasts a wide seat, tall back, and deep cushion that supports you through the most demanding gaming sessions.

Finished in premium perforated PU leather with two-layer embedded color accents, T2 ROAD WARRIOR is available in five different colors to match any setup, while rollerblade-style wheels ensure smooth movement on most floors, including carpet. Built around a solid steel skeleton and sturdy cast aluminum chair base, adjustable in eight different ways, and assembled in minutes, the T2 ROAD WARRIOR is a gaming chair for the long haul.
With eight different ways to adjust your seat, the T2 ROAD WARRIOR has comfort customization covered. 4D Armrests adjust up and down, slide in or away from the seat, move forwards or backwards and even rotate to ensure each armrest is precisely where you want it. Included neck and lumbar pillows, wrapped in soft microfiber fabric add extra support where you need it the most. The seat base offers up to 17° of tilt, to find the perfect angle for your posture, while the entire seat back reclines an amazing 170°, allowing you to lie nearly flat when you need to grab a moment to relax between matches. Finally, the steel construction class 4 gas lift provides 100mm of height adjustment, as well as 360° of rotation.
While it's adjustable in eight different ways, the T2 ROAD WARRIOR is incredibly easy to assemble. No extra tools are required, and a two-minute how-to video is all the instruction you need to get your T2 ROAD WARRIOR out of the shop and ready for battle.

Also new to the CORSAIR line-up of gaming chairs is the 2018 edition of CORSAIR T1 RACE. With a design inspired by performance motorsport, the T1 RACE is clad in PU leather and finished with color-coordinated automotive detail stitching. A wide array of adjustment options, including 85mm of vertical movement and 180° of recline, make it easy to find your seated sweet-spot, while rollerblade style wheels and simplified assembly get you moving fast. Finished with microfiber fabric neck and lumbar pillows and available in five different colors, the T1 RACE is inspired by racing, but built to game.
Availability, Warranty & Pricing
The new T2 ROAD WARRIOR and T1 RACE Gaming Chairs are available immediately from the CORSAIR worldwide network of authorized retailers and distributors.
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15 Comments on CORSAIR Launches New T2 ROAD WARRIOR Gaming Chair

#1
crazyeyesreaper
Chief Broken Rig
Oh look another knock off chair like I havent seen this design 500 times already
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INSTG8R
I’ve had one of these “new” racing style chairs for at least 10 years... crazy how it’s now the “it” chair now. But I will say after 10 years PU does not hold up well.
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#3
Diverge
People really buy these lame looking chairs?
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#4
Crustybeaver
I hate gaming chairs, blinged up multi coloured crap. You spend thousands on gaming rigs and peripherals and then drop 150-200 on a crappy chair. Do yourself a favour, respect your spine and get yourself a chair by Herman Miller. I promise you you'll never look back.
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#5
INSTG8R
I don’t know about these new ones but mine is quite comfortable it’s the arms I don’t like and would never use a chair with arms
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#6
TheLostSwede
INSTG8R said:
I don’t know about these new ones but mine is quite comfortable it’s the arms I don’t like and would never use a chair with arms
Just wait until you have RSI for the first time... It comes with age...
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#7
Patriot
Crustybeaver said:
I hate gaming chairs, blinged up multi coloured crap. You spend thousands on gaming rigs and peripherals and then drop 150-200 on a crappy chair. Do yourself a favour, respect your spine and get yourself a chair by Herman Miller. I promise you you'll never look back.
Steel case here... same story, love them, super comfy. (though there is a 2nd hand office furniture place nearby that you can get 2yr old chairs for ~$100) :D
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#8
Arjai
Built ready for a 5 point Harness! All it needs now is a roll cage, and it will be more race ready than the Dodge Demon.
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#9
INSTG8R
TheLostSwede said:
Just wait until you have RSI for the first time... It comes with age...
Well I already have sciatica and tendinitis in both arms and I’ve been using my chair for a decade now I assure you it’s comfortable.
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TheLostSwede
INSTG8R said:
Well I already have sciatica and tendinitis in both arms and I’ve been using my chair for a decade now I assure you it’s comfortable.
I was talking about the arm rests, they help me at least, but I guess each to their own.
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#11
INSTG8R
TheLostSwede said:
I was talking about the arm rests, they help me at least, but I guess each to their own.
Ah I get ya! it messes with my desk an interferes with my “position”
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#12
TheLostSwede
INSTG8R said:
Ah I get ya! it messes with my desk an interferes with my “position”
That's often the problem with arm rests and I find them to be too low as well, since to be able to rest your arm on them in a good position when you're using a mouse, they need to be the same height as the desk. I got a taller than normal desk, so I've had to put something on my right arm rest to get it to be the right height. Ergonomics isn't an easy thing, as it's far from a one size fits all scenario.
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Liviu Cojocaru
Diverge said:
People really buy these lame looking chairs?
Yes they do, otherwise you wouldn't see so many companies going for this market. I have a similar one for more than 2.5 years and I can say I am really pleased with it so far but I wouldn't pay more than what I've payed for mine (180£).

it's a bit annoying that every company wants to present these as the new best thing...these existed a long way back it didn't have that much publicity
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#14
LiquiDSuN
And where are the RGB Leds? :laugh:
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#15
Diverge
Crustybeaver said:
I hate gaming chairs, blinged up multi coloured crap. You spend thousands on gaming rigs and peripherals and then drop 150-200 on a crappy chair. Do yourself a favour, respect your spine and get yourself a chair by Herman Miller. I promise you you'll never look back.
I bought a herman miller chair around 4-5 years ago. it was one of my best purchases. no need to buy cheap $200 chairs every 2 years because of fake leather that cracks and peels.
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