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Best gaming chair for the price in 2024

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Updated: Jun 30, 2023 11:55 am
Best gaming chair for the price in 2024

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Today, we’re going to be finding the best gaming chair for the price. Not unlike our best gaming chair for your money page, we’re going to be all about value here.

This means that artistic, expensive affairs like the Thermaltake Argent E700 will not feature, instead, we’re looking for gaming chairs that give us the best price-to-performance ratio.

This means that we’ll mainly be keeping an eye out for superior build quality here, as a key aspect of value is something that will last the long haul.

So, let’s find the best gaming chair for the price in 2024, and maybe even make some friends along the way, too.

Best gaming chair for the money: Secretlab Titan EVO 2022 Series

Starting at $449, it is a little expensive, however, it exhibits build quality hitherto unknown for a gaming chair. This is good because gaming chairs are notorious for being cheap as hell.


Secretlab Titan EVO 2022 Series

secretlab titan evo 2022 series

Height range (Medium Size)

5’6″ – 6’0″

Maximum load


Seat width




Height adjustment range


So what do you get for your money? A lot, actually, far more than you normally get with a gaming chair. You get an ever-expanding range of optional accessories, all the adjustments you could ever want, and an impressive ergonomic design.

Additionally, the fashion-forward among you will be pleased as the Titan EVO comes in a huge amount of colorways and upholstery options.

Second-best gaming chair for your money: noblechairs EPIC

Our second choice is, predictably, the second-best-built chair we’ve ever tested, the noblechairs EPIC Copper edition.

Highly Recommended

noblechairs Epic Copper Edition gaming chair

EPIC COPPER 1 of 1 5

Max load


Backrest angle range

90° to 135°

Not the copper edition specifically, but we think it’s the best of the bunch, so we’re going to recommend it.

It isn’t quite as fancy as the Titan, as it has no accessories and not quite as much ergonomic adjustability, however, it’s built almost as solidly and we’re confident it’ll last a good few years.

Additionally, we recently managed to review the all-new noblechairs LEGEND, which is certainly worth a look too.

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