Cyber Monday gaming chair deals 2021: the best discounts that are still live

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These Cyber Monday gaming chair deals are great for back pain and budgets, but don’t expect them to stick around much longer as the season of savings begins to fade into the ether. A few options from our list of the best gaming chairs are still on sale, so if you’re in the market for a new seat, now’s undeniably the time to get serious.

We’ve sorted through all of the Cyber Monday gaming chair deals still out there and compiled a list of the best ones, so you can rest assured that anything on this list is a good deal. Our top pick is the incredibly popular SecretLab Omega Stealth, which is now available for just $359 on the SecretLab website (opens in new tab), with a discount of $40. It’s also available in the UK for £284 (was £319) also at Secretlab (opens in new tab).

No matter what you choose, it’s definitely worth investing in a good gaming chair, for both your physical wellbeing and for enabling comfier gameplay sessions that can go on for longer. This is especially important with so many of us working from home these days, so do yourself a favor and check out these Cyber Monday gaming chair deals before they’re gone.

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Secretlab Omega Stealth (2020) | $399 $359 at Secretlab (opens in new tab)
Save $40 – The Omega chair was Secretlab’s premier model for a long time, so seeing it dip so much in cost for the Cyber Monday gaming chair deals isn’t bad going at all.

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Secretlab Titan EVO (2022) | $499 $469 at Secretlab (opens in new tab)
Save $35 – The new flagship chair from Secretlab has also been reduced for the 2021 Cyber Monday gaming chair deals, and it’s well worth looking into. Having replaced the 2020 Omega line, it’s a step up in almost every regard and throws in a magnetic headrest, built-in adjustable lumbar support, and NEO hybrid leatherette for good measure.

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Respawn W109 | $179.99 $129 at Walmart (opens in new tab)
Save $45 – When it comes to gaming chairs, Respawn is an established name. While the W109 doesn’t have some of the extra features of other, more premium models in the Cyber Monday gaming chair deals, it’s made a dense foam that’s will give you good support.

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Alienware S5000 | $399.99 $329.99 at Dell (opens in new tab)
Save $70 – This seat is as loud as we’ve come to expect from Alienware, but if you’re a fan of the look, you can’t go wrong with this offer. The company is known for premium gear, so you should be well served with this particular entry in the Cyber Monday gaming chair deals.

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Razer Iskur | $499 $349.99 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
Save 30% – The Razer chair line has a lot to recommend (as we pointed out during our Razer Iskur review (opens in new tab)), but the price can be a little wince-inducing. That’s why we’re very pleased to see such a big reduction for the Cyber Monday gaming chair deals.

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Respawn RSP 110 | $249.99 $162.49 at Target (opens in new tab)
Save 35% – With a fantastic saving of $87.50, Respawn’s RSP 110 chair has some features that give it that fancier comfort factor – with an extendable footrest and arms that move with you as you recline. It’s a good mid-range option in this year’s Cyber Monday gaming deals.

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Vertagear PL1000 | $329.99 $279.99 at Vertagear (opens in new tab)
Save $50 – Available in a variety of colors, the PL1000 features ‘Hybrid’ foam with dual-layers. The foam contours depending on how you sit, while also offering good support. A very solid entry in the Cyber Monday gaming deals, then. (Shipping in late December)

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Cyber Monday gaming chair deals – UK

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Secretlab Omega Stealth (2020) | £319 £284 at Secretlab (opens in new tab)
Save £35 – The Omega has always been one of our favourite seats thanks to its sturdy build, mature design, and good comfort, so seeing it tumble in price for the Cyber Monday gaming chair deals is a good way to kick off the week.

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Secretlab Titan EVO (2022) | £399 £369 at Secretlab (opens in new tab) 
Save £30 – Secretlab’s new premium line of seats has seen a discount for the Cyber Monday gaming chair deals, and we couldn’t be happier about it; with quality-of-life improvements like a magnetic headrest and built-in lumbar support, it ticks all the right boxes.

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BraZen Puma | £159.95 £104.97 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
Save £54 – This may be a cheaper option, but that’s not to say it’s bad. BraZen’s Puma is legitimately excellent and more than a match for many expensive alternatives, so we’d recommend giving it a go for the Cyber Monday gaming chair deals.

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Corsair T3 Rush | £249.99 £199.98 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
Save £50 – This may be one of the top offers we’ve seen for the Cyber Monday gaming chair deals; not only is the T3 Rush one of the better products on the market right now, it’s current drop in price isn’t all that common. We have seen it lower in cost before, yes, but a discount of any kind is rare so we wouldn’t waste the opportunity.

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X Rocker Torque | £244 £185 at AO (opens in new tab)
Save £59 – If you’d rather pick up a pedestal seat, it doesn’t get much better than XRocker. This particular option is fitted with built-in 2.1 stereo audio on the headrest, while a back-mounted subwoofer lends bass support.

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Newskill Gaming Chair | £165.95 £144.95 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
Save £25 – The Newskill gaming chair is a great short-term option that’s worth a look if you’re on a budget. It might now be as high in quality as some of the more premium chairs on offer, but it’s a still a good model and a great addition to 2021’s Cyber Monday gaming chair deals.

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Cyber Monday gaming chair deals – what to expect

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How to choose the best gaming chair for you this Cyber Monday

Are you still a little confused about the types of chairs available, and their functionality/differences this Cyber Monday? Not to worry, here’s a simple explanation of both types:

  • Ergonomic gaming chairs: These office-style gaming chairs are built with comfort and longevity in mind. Normally, the best ergonomic gaming chairs will include features like 4D armrests, adjustable lumbar support, and rocking/reclining functionality. It isn’t unusual for pricier models to have memory foam pillows included as well. 
  • Pedestal gaming chairs: If ergonomic gaming chairs are mostly aimed at the PC crowd, then these lower-down seats have their roots firmly planted on the console gamers. Usually, these style gaming chairs have some kind of rocking function and are made with lounging in mind, rather than supporting good posture; the kind of thing that wouldn’t be out of place in a bedroom or in front of a home entertainment system rather than at a desk. 

Once you’ve got an idea of the kind of chair you want to have in your setup, upgrade your rig for less with the best Cyber Monday gaming monitor deals and everything you need to get Cyber Monday gaming PC deals on the day. 

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