Thermaltake announced that it has expanded the range of colors available on its top-of-the-line gaming chair, the Argent E700, which boasts the use of genuine leather, and is designed in conjunction with Studio FA Porsche, i.e. it bears the Porsche Design signature, and that has to be paid, specifically, a recommended price of $1,199 has been set by the company.

Previously Argent E700 Chair was available in 6 colors (white, black, blue, green, orange and grey), and now the family extended with variants of yellow, turquoise and brown, and what stands out the most is its design.

Although it is lined with genuine leather, the company promises good ventilation and heat dissipation thanks to the perforations that have been made. This is dressed with aluminum touches, such as the Thermaltake logo on the backrest, which can be adjusted in height, as well as the armrests, height and tilt of the seat. Otherwise, 5-point star base in aluminum with 3-inch (7.5 mm) wheels and a Class 4 gas spring to support up to 150 kg of weight.

The ARGENT E700 combines the best of both worlds – the aesthetics of a racing bucket seat with the functionality and elegance of a modern lounge or office chair. The luxurious and multi-functional ARGENT E700 Real Leather Gaming Chair allows you to fully immerse in the virtual gaming world or comfortably work for long hours.

Features of the ARGENT E700 Real Leather Gaming Chair:

  • Premium Real Leather
  • Race Car inspired Side Handles
  • Polished Aluminum Logo
  • First-Class Seating Experience
  • Perforated Leather Seat Design
  • Versatile Adjustments
  • Adjustable Headrest
  • High Density Molded Foam
  • Sit Straight or Relax
  • Class-4 Gas Spring
  • 5-star Aluminum Base & Caster Wheels

Recommended Measurements:

  • Height: 5’6” – 6’2” (170cm – 190cm)
  • Weight: 331 lbs (150kg)
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