Friday, August 7th 2020

Noblechairs Announces DOOM Edition Gaming Chair Availability

Today, noblechairs are excited to launch the official noblechairs HERO Gaming Chair - DOOM Edition! The "DOOM Edition" will be available to purchase through many retailers worldwide. noblechairs recently announced their partnership with games publisher, Bethesda Softworks, and have already released an officially licensed Fallout Edition gaming chair.

The DOOM Edition by noblechairs has been designed to take distinctive elements from the game - making it a must have for enthusiasts and fans of the DOOM franchise. The chair comes with an all black base, blood-red accents and an exceptional design throughout. It features multiple rune markings, including the iconic glyph on the front of the chair, the mark of the DOOM Slayer.
On the headrest, the DOOM logo is stitched in two locations including black stitching on the front and white on the rear. The backrest features large pentagram markings with the staple phrase "RIP AND TEAR".

Check out the QuakeCon At Home online event today at Twitch.tv/Bethesda to see the Fallout and DOOM Edition noblechairs. They will be visible across the world as the Bethesda Community Managers will be proudly using them live on stream.

Key Features:
  • Adjustable lumbar support for your lower back
  • Memory foam embedded into the headrest for improved comfort
  • Durable, easy-clean, water-resistant and breathable
  • Larger surface area for the seat- and backrest, optimised for long gaming sessions
  • Individually adjustable seat height
  • Supports a weight of up to 150 kg (330 lbs)
The noblechairs HERO Gaming Chair - DOOM Edition is available to purchase from noblechairs.com and other online retailers, the prices are EUR: 419,90€, GBP: £379.99, USD: $499.99.

For more information, visit this page.
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21 Comments on Noblechairs Announces DOOM Edition Gaming Chair Availability

#1
King Mustard
That is stunning but £380 is a bit much for me.
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#2
The Quim Reaper
I have a Noble Chairs Hero (Black with blue highlights) and be warned for the first few weeks, until you adjust to it, the seat cushions on these are arse numbingly hard, and they don't give or soften, that's your job, not the chairs.
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#3
blobster21
WIll look great in a christian family :rockout:
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#5
Animalpak
This is really go sold out in very short time, like anything with DOOM brand on it.

I would like to have one for sure...
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#6
Th3pwn3r
My brother has a Noble chair and it's pretty terrible.
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#7
DeathtoGnomes
I dont see it.

its a chair with a doom logo on it, attempted pretty designs, nothing else other than overzealous price tag.
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#8
crappystatue
Does the warranty cover.........Rips and Tears? LOL
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#9
DeathtoGnomes
crappystatue
Does the warranty cover.........Rips and Tears? LOL
Febreeze does :roll: :rolleyes:
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#10
Mescalamba
Yea and from PU, thanks and hard pass.
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#11
Vayra86
FreedomEclipse
@btarunr you spelt 'Availbility' in the title wrong you dingus
Spelt?

Im not native speaker but when I hear that I think of this
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Spelt

But yeah... consumer 0 noblechairs 1.

How many more fools & money
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#12
xtreemchaos
i carnt remember seeing a chair like that in Doom :) for that price it best double ya fps..
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#13
Caring1
Vayra86
Spelt?
English allows both versions, Spelt and Spelled.
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#14
Dave65
Bought one if these so called gaming chairs and had a 600 pound rating and my 12 yo grand son which weighs about as much as bag of feathers managed to break it.. Junk!
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#15
GamerGuy
Don't all these gaming chairs look the same or similar design-wise? My Secret Lab Omega chair looks very similar to that, other than that awesome Doom motif on the Noblechairs Doom Edition.
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#17
Hemmingstamp
It has good reviews in Blighty but £380 is steep, especially when you can get a decent HM office chair for the same price or less.
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#18
Involuntarysoul
just go on craigslist and search for used herman miller or humanscale, you butt and wallet will thank me later.
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#19
skates
I recently bought a Staples Hyken mesh chair for work. It is without a doubt the best chair I've owned for support (I have a bad back) and comfort (all day). I've owned a lot of desk chairs over the years and this one tops everything else. You don't get fatigued after sitting long hours, nor do you have pain in your back when getting out of the chair after sitting for hours.

www.staples.com/Staples-Hyken-Technical-Mesh-Task-Chair-Red/product_2257054
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#20
skizzo
crappystatue
Does the warranty cover.........Rips and Tears? LOL
posts like this, in my opinion, are why the internet is awesome. lol great Doom reference! not to mention, the dedication it took someone to sign up and make an account just to have this be their 1st post. most would be like..."TLDR not gonna bother making an account"

lets see if this even stays visible because it seems there is always some a-hole with a stick up their rear flagging every other sarcastic/joke post i've ever seen on this forum as "low quality" which hides it from everyone without clicking a spoiler reveal kind of button
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#21
Hemmingstamp
skates
I recently bought a Staples Hyken mesh chair for work. It is without a doubt the best chair I've owned for support (I have a bad back) and comfort (all day). I've owned a lot of desk chairs over the years and this one tops everything else. You don't get fatigued after sitting long hours, nor do you have pain in your back when getting out of the chair after sitting for hours.

www.staples.com/Staples-Hyken-Technical-Mesh-Task-Chair-Red/product_2257054
That's the exact same one I'm sitting on as I type this. Comfy and robust, bought from the now defunct Staples here in Blighty.
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