Corsair T3 Rush: an ergonomic computer chair

By | November 9, 2019

Working and playing in front of the computer involves many hours spent in a sitting position – so it is extremely important to equip your position with a high-class armchair. Such is the new Corsair model – T3 Rush.

Two basic elements of the right workplace for work or play are a good monitor that will not strain your eyes too much and an ergonomic chair that allows you to take care of the right posture and guarantees the highest level of comfort. Corsair T3 Rush represents the second category and does it very dignifiedly, or at least assures the manufacturer. What arguments does he use for this?

The Corsair T3 Rush gaming chair is not just for the player

When describing its T3 Rush gaming chair, Corsair mentions, among other things, five 65-millimeter casters, a solid steel construction, and extensive adjustment options. We can change the height of the seat using a class 4 pneumatic lift and its tilt, as well as the tilt of the backrest to a flat position. In turn, 4D armrests can be easily adapted to your needs.

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Corsair T3 Rush armchair

The material used for covering the seat and backrest is to be both soft and durable, and also is to provide adequate ventilation. Even when the room temperature reaches a very high level, excessive sweating should not be a problem. However, they are complementary to the whole neck and loin cushions, filled with shape memory foam and helping to maintain optimal position.

The price of the Corsair T3 Rush was foreseeable

Are you interested in this armchair? In that case, know that his market debut in Poland will take place in the first quarter of next year. The purchase amount in PLN is not known yet, but the suggested price is 280 euros – it's not low, but it's not surprising. Let's add that there will be three color versions to choose from: light gray, dark gray and a combination of both.

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Source: Corsair

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