(Figure) Razer launches its first electric race chair, priced at $499, with a lumbar brace.

At yesterday’s RazerCon online event, Razer unveiled the first electric race chair Iskur, priced at $499. To ensure success after the launch, Thunder Snake largely follows the mature design philosophy of mainstream e-chairs and is therefore close to the same price points as Secretlab Omega and Titan.

(Figure) Razer launches its first electric race chair, priced at $499, with a lumbar brace.

(Figure) Razer launches its first electric race chair, priced at $499, with a lumbar brace.

Whether it’s design, reclining mechanisms, stitches, and 4D armrests, Iskur and Secretlab’s e-racing chairs are similar. However, RAZER revealed to themedia The Verge that the company did not work with Secretlab and said the chair was “internally designed and developed”.

(Figure) Razer launches its first electric race chair, priced at $499, with a lumbar brace.

Different from Secretlab’s e-racing chair, one of Razer’s Biggest Advantages is the support of the player’s spine, as you can see from the image below. Razer says you can adjust the rear support at an angle of up to 26 degrees to help you maintain sitting, improve sitting posture, and reduce pressure in the lower part of your spine.

(Figure) Razer launches its first electric race chair, priced at $499, with a lumbar brace.

The base of the Iskur race chair is between Omega and Titan, and other Iskur features include a cushion for memory foam, multi-layered artificial leather, highly adjustable handles, and a headrest for memory foam. Up to 300 pounds and 6.2 feet tall, the biggest differences are curved back and wide adjustable waist support.

(Figure) Razer launches its first electric race chair, priced at $499, with a lumbar brace.

Iskur, which sells for $499, is currently available for booking on Razer’s website.

(Figure) Razer launches its first electric race chair, priced at $499, with a lumbar brace.

(Figure) Razer launches its first electric race chair, priced at $499, with a lumbar brace.

(Figure) Razer launches its first electric race chair, priced at $499, with a lumbar brace.

(Figure) Razer launches its first electric race chair, priced at $499, with a lumbar brace.