Today, noblechairs release their latest product to celebrate the 10th anniversary of one of the most popular and endearing games on the market by introducing the officially licensed noblechairs HERO – The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim 10th Anniversary Edition gaming chair. Designed to take distinctive elements from the game, this is a must-have for Skyrim enthusiasts. Featuring a premium all-black base, with the Seal of Akatosh on the headrest and the exquisite 10th Anniversary logo embroidered on the rear of the chair, the bolster of the chair also features words of power and dragon leather accents – but don’t worry, no dragons were harmed in the making of this chair!
Winning over 250 product awards, noblechairs is the proud bearer of a long and stellar line of positive feedback from its many wonderful customers. As a company dedicated to providing a premium range of comfortable gaming chairs, all with durability and ergonomics in mind, noblechairs is a German brand that takes pride in being seen as one of the best on the market. Including award-winning features such as the adjustable backrest with an internal lumbar support mechanism, 4D armrests, and a rocking mechanism, the Skyrim 10th Anniversary Edition is fully ergonomic with additional lumbar support.
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