On the occasion of its Razer Con, the three-snake manufacturer launched a new ergonomic office chair: the Fujin Pro. Offered alongside a more basic “non-Pro” version, this channel has the merit of being surprisingly sober for a product launched by one of the leading figures in the gaming market.
Here is the Fujin Pro, Razer’s new ergonomic office chair // Source: Razer
There aren’t that many (real) good ergonomic office chairs, but with its new Fujin Pro, Razer intends to encourage you to install one in front of your desk. Announced on the occasion of Razer Con, organized on September 21, this new office chair is intended to be fully adjustable, to adapt to a maximum of body types, and also relies on an apparently robust design, with the presence of an aluminum alloy frame and a metal wheelbase.
The mesh used for the backrest and the seat is made from a mixture of thermoplastic elastomer and polyester, supposed to offer lightness, solidity, elasticity and ventilation. Razer also ensures that this mesh is resistant to dust, splashes and scratches. The manufacturer also promises good ease of maintenance, simply using a slightly damp cloth.
A technology with a weird name to tilt the chair however you want
In terms of adjustments, Razer mentions a height scale ranging from 170 cm to 200 cm, while its new chair will be able to support a maximum load of 136 kilos before showing signs of weakness. Razer is also proud to tell us about its “Synchro-tilt” technology which allows the back and seat of the chair to slide automatically to adapt to your posture.
“Straight or leaning backwards, stay supported in all circumstances,” proclaims the brand, which assures that it is done with manual adjustments at each change of position. Note also that it is possible to adjust the level of tension on the seat as desired, for more or less firmness when tilting the backrest.
Source : Razer
Source : Razer
Obviously, lumbar support is available, with height and depth adjustment. The 4D armrests, also adjustable, complete the package with the profiled headrest. A headrest that is not found by default on the “non-Pro” Razer Fujin. The latter is also limited to lumbar support adjustable only in height and more rudimentary armrests.
The Razer Fujin “non-Pro” // Source: Razer
Price-wise, count on 699.99 euros for the “non-Pro” Razer Fujin and 1199.99 euros for the Pro version, generally more attractive despite a price which is clearly soaring to new heights.