• Friends, if you’re looking for a simple but effective gaming chair that will be kind to your wallet as well as your rear end, you’ve come to the right place. This Black Friday season—it is a season now, right?—you can get this Costway gaming chair from Walmart for $125 ($175 off). As the name suggests, the Costway gaming chair is a solid seating option for those of us on a budget, because, let’s face it, not everyone wants to blow $300 or more on the best gaming chair. But just because it costs less, doesn’t mean you have to skip features.

    The Costway can recline up to 180 degrees and features an integrated footrest that retracts and stows away underneath the seat as well as being able to adjust its height from 16 to 19 inches. The armrests can also be laterally adjusted or rotated, and you can fine-tune their height too, which should make desk clearance a non-issue. The PU leather may not be as nice as the real thing, but it is a step up from the Nylon cushions that plague most budget gaming chairs.

    The Costway gaming chair comes in a wide variety of color options including red, blue, white, orange or pink trim to match nearly any disposition or decor. If you’re still neglecting your posture, suffer from back pain, or are currently parked on a crappy office chair that has seen better days, there’s never been a better time to pretend to be Shroud while sitting bolt upright in a good gaming chair.

    Alice is PC Gamer’s resident peripherals expert and PC parts nut. She’s been breaking computers to learn more about them for as long as she can remember, developing a lifelong motto of “instruction by destruction.” “Pick up” is her favorite SCUMM verb.

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