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noblechairs Announces LEGEND Shure Edition Gaming Chair

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Introducing the noblechairs LEGEND SHURE Edition Gaming Chair. In partnership with Shure, the leading global manufacturer of audio equipment including the legendary SM7B and MV7 microphones, we are proud to announce a new chair in the noblechairs range: the noblechairs LEGEND Shure Edition Gaming Chair. Paying homage to Shure's iconic 55SH microphone, this stunning take on the noblechairs LEGEND is a must have for any studio, office, or gaming setup. The 55SH is a timeless classic, and now you can enjoy that same level of sophistication and quality in your gaming chair.

The noblechairs LEGEND Shure Edition Gaming Chair features gray upholstery with black accents and green stitching, to match the Shure logo on the headrest. On the front is a unique Unidyne-inspired design, that is sure to make the chair a standout piece in any room. The back of the chair features the outline of the 55SH, bisected by gray and ignition green lines, and framed by ignition green Shure lettering and noblechairs branding.



The unparalleled design combines the automotive-inspired style of the EPIC and its harness holes, the sleek shape of the ICON, and the ergonomics that come with the built-in lumbar support of the HERO. Thus, creating the LEGEND, a spearhead of development, which takes these beloved features to craft a unique and sophisticated chair to suit our customers' high demand for quality and comfort. With built-in adjustable lumbar, 4D armrests, rocking mechanism, adjustable height, and recline features, the noblechairs LEGEND is ergonomic and comfortable.

The deal was brokered by Shure's licensing agency, Licensing Matters Global. Commenting, Leila Loumi, Senior Global Licensing Director at Licensing Matters Global, who secured the partnership, said: "This is an outstanding gaming chair which is unique and in finding a truly first-class partner for our client Shure, we have delivered an exceptional licensed product in both design and quality."

Winning over 250 product awards, noblechairs is the proud bearer of a long and stellar line of positive feedback from its many wonderful customers. As a company dedicated to providing a premium range of comfortable gaming chairs, all with durability and ergonomics in mind, noblechairs is a German brand that takes pride in being seen as one of the best on the market.

Available now the noblechairs LEGEND Shure Edition Gaming Chair can be pre-ordered now and will cost €489.90/£429.95.

For more information, visit the product page.

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It should come with an attachable microphone :roll:
 
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I am still amazed that these gaming style chairs still hadn’t at least changed up the seat angle. I admit, I had one, a HERO from the same noblechairs, to be exact. Was a gift, so not like I picked it. It really wasn’t that bad overall, not terribly uncomfortable… except for the fact that the seat is angled inwards. Just like a car, and just like shown on pictures here. This is fine on a car, obviously, but for an office chair you really want it flat with a waterfall edge or even tilted a bit forward for a perching position. Otherwise your legs will get absolutely sore in my experience. It also messes up trying to find a proper height and essentially forces you to sit lower than optimal which (unless you have a VERY adjustable desk) forces your arms and shoulders up and so on. It’s a stupid design. Stop it.
 
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Shure make some decent quality and affordability microphones not so much chairs. The stick work does look good on the rear, but I'm not Taylor Swift and don't need cute chair for a prop with the amount of money you save getting much cheaper more comfortable chair you could probably get a pair of used Yamaha NS-10 monitors which would look more sexy in any studio than the back of that chair.
 
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I am still amazed that these gaming style chairs still hadn’t at least changed up the seat angle. I admit, I had one, a HERO from the same noblechairs, to be exact. Was a gift, so not like I picked it. It really wasn’t that bad overall, not terribly uncomfortable… except for the fact that the seat is angled inwards. Just like a car, and just like shown on pictures here. This is fine on a car, obviously, but for an office chair you really want it flat with a waterfall edge or even tilted a bit forward for a perching position. Otherwise your legs will get absolutely sore in my experience. It also messes up trying to find a proper height and essentially forces you to sit lower than optimal which (unless you have a VERY adjustable desk) forces your arms and shoulders up and so on. It’s a stupid design. Stop it.
I concur - have NC Icon and this is one of my biggest complains - the seat's front edge digs a bit into the back of my legs.
 
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Moar over-priced, over-hyped gamr toyz for da gamr bois....

IMO, whoever dreamed up this collaboration should be:

A) Prevented from accessing the company's stash of high-grade pharma (they've obviously already had way too much !)
B) Strapped to this thing 24/7/365 without food, water, or any bio functions
C) After B above, be required to issue a 247.83 page apology to anyone & everyone who was dumb enough to buy one :)
 
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