Finally we’re seeing gamers move away from the racing chair meta that has been with us for years. The start of this transition could been seen with Logitech’s collaborative Embody chair that had top tier quality. While we mainly cover mice on this site, we’re dedicated to offering the best of the best in all products and for value per use, an awesome ergonomic chair can be one of the best investments you can make to any setup.
Coming in at $729USD, the Sayl is not cheap but offers up a super clean colorway that looks and is bound to feel amazing.
This special edition gaming chair is “inspired by the architecture and the less-is-more engineering of suspension bridges.” As such the Sayl utilizes an unframed 3D Intelligent back with elastomer strands that provide tension support where needed and “the least in areas that allow for the most expansive range of motion.” It also provides passive PostureFit sacral support, allowing the spine to maintain its natural “S” shape while gaming.
The chair also features Harmonic Tilt to help posture, as it’s used to keep the body and spine supported alongside the help of its contoured seat pad, which can also be adjusted to alleviate pressure from the legs.
Herman Miller’s Sayl gaming chair is available now for in five colorways to match your setup.