Are you a gamer who has a refined taste and some extra cash?
If yes is your answer, this review is definitely for you. Today, I am talking about one of the most popular chairs out there – the Noblechairs Hero. Most importantly, I am going to tell you what really makes this chair popular and what I think about it (after using it for a week).
As an intro in this review, I am going to say that this chair is not the cheapest out there, but it is also not as expensive as those $1,000 gaming chairs. In fact, it sits in the middle and somewhere below $500 which (if you ask me) is a good price margin for a solid chair.
But is the Noblechairs Hero a solid chair?
As you probably know, if you are reading our gaming chair reviews, there are a couple of factors that account for that. So, let’s begin.
Noblechairs Hero: Assembly & Packaging
When I heard the postman delivering the Noblechair Hero package in front of my door, I knew that it was going to be a lovely day. I love assembling chairs and exploring all the things that are missing out – or can be improved.
In the Noblechairs Hero case, what I found was a very nice package and a lot of premium materials which literally “shined on me” as soon as I opened the box. So, my first impression was beyond good.
The Noblechairs Hero assembly process was also a breeze. What came as a surprise to me was the fact that one of the armrests needed to be attached to the seat. All of the gaming chairs which I get to assemble had both armrests already mounted on the chair – but the Noblechairs Hero wasn’t a chair like them.
Aside from this factor (which is not a problem at all) the assembly is a smooth and simple process, illustrated nicely in the instruction sheet. There are details on everything and it roughly takes you 45-60 minutes to assemble the gaming chair.
Noblechairs Hero: Features
Next up, the Noblechairs Hero features.
This is the part which our readers love the most, right?
In the table below, you can see the full features of this gaming chair.
|Recommended Maximum Weight||330.7 pounds (150 kg)|
|Armrest||4D with soft PU coating|
|Weight||66.14 pounds (33 kg)|
|Pricing||Check Price On Amazon|
Well, it is wise to say that the integrated adjustable lumbar support is the main feature of the Noblechairs Hero. Due to the overwhelming demand, the brand has integrated a new lumbar support in the backrest area, enabling the chair to be customized to the exact requirements of each user.
In this manner, the Noblechairs HERO makes additional cushioning unnecessary, is quick and easy adjustable and offers premium comfort. As the brand states, the comfort is similar to “the seating of premium automobiles” with a side-mounted rotary dial.
The backrest and seat area in the Noblechairs Hero is also enlarged, with wider armrests, expanded seat surface and larger backrest area. The design is developed in conjunction with professional eSports team as the actual users of this chair.
Featuring real and PU leather in combination, the chair is adjustable with a backrest and rocking mechanism. As such, it supports a weight of up to 150kg, has a solid Class 4 gas lift, is manufactured using light aluminum and features 60mm Nylon casters with polyurethane (PU) coating.
Noblechairs Hero: The Design
I simply love the design of the Noblechairs HERO. It strikes me as a minimalist chair that features black all over it and has the perfect dimensions.
Aside from the dimensions and the solid structure of the chair, there are a lot of color combinations to choose from, including:
- SK Gaming Edition
- Dyrus Edition
I have seen all color combinations for the Noblechairs Hero and I must say that all of them look good. Personally, I went with the black/black version because it fits my requirements well – plus, it can blend in perfectly in any office setup.
The other aspects of the design feature elegant aesthetics – which again proves that the Noblechairs Hero gaming chair is not only a chair for gaming – it also strives to embody the lifestyle of its owner.
Seeing the chair for real, I was quite amazed by how good it looks (trust me, it looks better in real life). Even though some would say that the Hero is very similar to SecretLab’s Titan, Maxnomic’s Office and other chairs, for me it is the best-looking chair I have ever had a chance to sit in.
With a neat crown logo in the headrest, aluminum logo and breathable backrest area, filigree diamond-pattern stitching, and subtlety in every area, the design is flawless and accents the quality of the chair – which is the next part of our review.
Noblechairs Hero’s Durability And Build Quality
As a truly high-end gaming chair, the Noblechairs Hero is made of premium materials and solid build quality. Everything feels comfortable, sturdy and crafted to last…
The upholstery is a premium PU leather – and as you know – the only time is a good factor to tell if it is built to last. As it stands, this material along with the real leather combinations is a good formula for success.
With tiny holes and a breathable design, the Noblechairs Hero is a gaming chair that belongs to the big league. Aside from sturdiness, the manufacturers focused on breathability and comfort in every single area. That is the final part of our review.
Is The Noblechairs Hero Gaming Chair Comfortable?
The short answer for this is – absolutely yes.
The long answer starts with the Noblechairs Hero’s high back feature, expanded armrests and wider seating area. Whether you are a big guy or a small one, you will appreciate every single inch that is added on in the new version of the Noblechairs Hero gaming chair.
Among the other features related to comfort, I can say that the new lumbar support system is amazing. You have the standard pillow and a new system that is placed in the back of the chair. This is nice because it lets you choose which option is best for you.
The customization options are what make Noblechair Hero a popular choice among gamers. To top things off, the manufacturers also used a premium foam which is firm at first but later on adapts to the body and feels more comfortable as you are using it.
Flat in the seat and back area, the seat definitely needs a pillow (which you get with the package). And if there is one thing I can point as “negative” about the chair – it is the fact that the legs are totally free (because of the flat seat) – which some gamers may not find well.
However, this is still a personal thing and something that cannot be ruled out as a disadvantage.
Final Verdict: Should You Buy The Noblechairs Hero Chair?
What I liked:
- Excellent build quality
- Gorgeous design
- Good comfort and support but…
What I didn’t like:
- It needs the head pillow to be comfortable
- The price
At the end of the day, it is easy to say that the all new Noblechairs Hero gaming chair is a player of the big league.
By this, I am referring to the fact that the gaming chair definitely has the potential of competing against SecretLab, Maxnomic and other big brands.
If you had the intention of buying the Noblechairs Hero, I recommend you to go for it.
From what I saw and used, I can truly say that this is a very good looking product and one that will last for a long time.
I hope that this review answered your question in regards to the Noblechairs Hero gaming chair and illustrated the chair for you from every perspective.