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I'm really digging their style and look, but wondering how they feel if anyone has one? My main need is proper lumbar support due to a pinched nerve in my lower spine that comes and goes. I'd keep my current, but it's gas piston leaks and I can't replace it, tired of sinking down every 15 mins.

https://noblechairs.com/

I like their subdued style, not over the top gamer look. And seem to have lots of back support. Anyone have one of their models?
 

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I'm giving mine a few more days, it seems to be getting a bit softer but overall, I'm very pleased with it. I got the ICON version, faux leather, black/white stitching. I'm 6'5" 220ish holds me well, and the casters are tight enough that I'm not rolling around all the time, which I hated about my other chair, even on the rug.
 

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I'm giving mine a few more days, it seems to be getting a bit softer but overall, I'm very pleased with it. I got the ICON version, faux leather, black/white stitching. I'm 6'5" 220ish holds me well, and the casters are tight enough that I'm not rolling around all the time, which I hated about my other chair, even on the rug.
After a month you really get used to it. If I'm about to do a gaming session over 5hrs I'll use this slim memory foam seat cushion with roll over Edge made by Master Caster. I also like having a small foot rest to elevate legs a little ...



 

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I'm really enjoying it now, feels like it fits me perfectly when I plop into the seat. My posture is much better as well since I'm not constantly readjusting my position from rolling around all the time.
 
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