I was not bowled over by the Razer Enki the first time I sat in it. Quite the opposite, in fact: My back, as it is wont to do, hurt for the first hour, and I wasn’t awash in comfort as I often am when I sit in a nice-looking new chair. But I soon grew accustomed to its feel and, hours later, I was struck by the fact that I wasn’t aching from a day spent mostly stationary. And that’s come to be my daily experience, minus the back pain–those initial moments in the chair aren’t overwhelmingly nice, but the Razer Enki makes long bouts of sitting a less grueling activity.
A chair that encourages you to sit for hours without standing likely isn’t what the doctor ordered, but for those who nonetheless lead that kind of lifestyle, the Enki should help reduce the toll doing so takes on your body. That’s thanks to a firm but comfortable seat that nicely accommodates your body with its “ultrawide,” just-plush-enough base. Razer says its goal with the Enki was to deliver a chair that provides all-day comfort, and in that regard, it absolutely delivers. The company highlighted its research into weight distribution when sitting in a chair, and while I can’t speak to the efficacy of those specific learnings, the end result is undeniable.
Gaming chairs can often feature flashy designs, but the Enki instead has a more minimalistic look that helps it to not stand out like a sore thumb. The version I tried features black leather and a textured backrest that in some regards more closely resembles an office chair than a gaming one. The green stitching and logo reaffirm that this is a Razer product, but in a subtle, pleasant way.
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