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This cheap gaming chair deal gets you $80 off a Respawn 110 ahead of Black Friday

This cheap gaming chair deal gets you $80 off a Respawn 110 ahead of Black Friday
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Ah, cheap gaming chair deals - how beautiful you are. Walmart's at it again with a mighty $80 discount on the leather Respawn 110 Racing Style gaming chair, and it'll set you back just $109.99 instead of almost $200. That's a pretty excellent going for a genuine leather seat from a high-quality manufacturer. It's also the first of many Black Friday game deals that will be popping up over the next few weeks (prepare yourselves).

We often overlook the best gaming chairs when creating our ideal gaming setup or creating a new rig, but we shouldn't - they can make a tremendous difference to your comfort long-term, but also to your posture. Yes, we know that's all very grown-up. But seriously. Back pain is rubbish, and this particular cheap gaming chair deal will help you avoid it. 

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Respawn 110 Racing Style gaming chair | $109.99 at Walmart (save $80)

Respawn 110 Racing Style gaming chair | $109.99 at Walmart (save $80)
Paying just over $100 for a 'leather' gaming chair is good going, and Respawn is a well-respected make. There are few frills but, for $110, you're still getting something very solid.

In terms of specifics, the Respawn 110 is a leather gaming chair with a "segmented padded design to give highly contoured support", soft armrests, an extendable footrest, and '4D' adjustability. That means it can be raised or lowered "between 90 - 155 degrees with tilt tension adjustment and infinite locking positions." Meanwhile, "full 360 degrees of swivel rotation enable dynamic movement." In other words, this is a premium chair that can be tailored to suit you. Because of its sleek, nondescript black color-scheme, it'd also be as good a fit for your office as it would at home.

If you're thinking of completing your ultimate gaming setup, it's worth checking out our guide to the best gaming desks for recommendations and discounts. 

Benjamin Abbott

As the site's Tabletop & Merch Editor, you'll find my grubby paws on everything from board game reviews to Lego buying guides. I've been writing about games in one form or another for almost a decade (with bylines ranging from to TechRadar) and joined the GamesRadar+ team in 2018. I can normally be found cackling over some evil plan I've cooked up for my group's next Dungeons & Dragons campaign.