But Why Tho?’s Kerri Guilletee shares the unveiling of original high-quality gaming chair manufacturer DXRacer’s new Air Pro and 2023 Master Series gaming chairs, available in the USA on Monday, October 17, 2022.

The Air Pro Series offers ultra-breathable, form-fitting, luxury comfort across six different color schemes such as Black/White, Red, and standard Black. Stay cool atop an ergonomic throne constructed with high-strength components complemented by highly-adjustable ergonomics, including a magnetic lumbar support filled with plush memory foam padding.

The updated 2023 Master Series introduces the comfort of a soft sofa into any room or office. Exude elegance with one of five different professional color options, including Black, Green, and White. Tilt and rocking synchronic-tilt modes offer multiple settings to turn the chair into anyone’s favorite, flexible recliner. Confidently sink into its tailored ergonomic fit for any occasion thanks to a built-in, adjustable lumbar support: no obtuse, strapped pillow required.

The DXRacer Air Pro Series will be available in Black, Cyan/White, Red/Black, and Red/White. The 2023 Master Series will be available in Black, Brown, Green, Purple, and White. Both editions will release on Monday, Oct. 17 starting at $499 and $539 USD for North American regions via the official website and local retailers, including Amazon, Best Buy, Walmart, Staples, and more.

“Gaming chair fans gave us valuable feedback on the previous Air and Master Series models that have made the Air Pro the ultimate mesh chair and the 2023 Master the most stylish gaming chair on the market,” said Ben Krzywicki, DXRacer Community Manager. “We are confident and proud of the improvements made with these new designs. Especially by using recycled materials for the Air Pro, where we were able to keep our carbon footprint low without sacrificing quality.”

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