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Anda Seat Spirit King Series Gaming Chair Review

Posted June 21, 2018 by Brendan van Varik in Peripherals


Price at time of Review: $329


Comfortable, easy to assemble, great value, excellent stitching, free shipping!


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by Brendan van Varik
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Anda Seat is a name that you may or may not be familiar with in the gaming chair industry. They have actually been around since 2007, and began their life by producing race car seats for international companies such as BMW, Mercedes Benz and so on. In 2012, they built their first gaming chair as they saw the industry beginning to grow; and in 2016, Anda Seat was born in their home town of Toronto, Canada. As of today, they have over 20 designers working for them and countless intellectual property rights that guarantee only the best when purchasing from Anda Seat.

Let’s talk about the chair in question, then. They kindly sent over their Spirit King series, although they did originally offer a different chair to begin with. Due to my stature, they decided that the King was the best bet. I can’t fault them for their decision, and I guess I can now officially sit on my throne! In all seriousness, they offer some very high quality components and it doesn’t necessarily reflect in the price. It is still competitive, and still offers good value for money. I will cover this more in greater detail in the relevant sections later on.

The chair offers a luxurious PVC leather exterior with comfortable foam that you can rest your buttocks on. The continued effort that they put into their chairs definitely shows, and the quality of the stitching is superb. They are always trying to come in a little cheaper than the competition, even for those for whom they manufacturer the seats for.

The specs list on Anda Seat’s website is pretty extensive, so rather than filling the entire page with information, you can check the link below for all of the info that you may need.


A few worthy mentions are the fact that it weighs over 70lbs in the box, so you may require two people to move it around. Secondly, it supports a maximum weight of around 440 lbs, though they strongly recommend keeping it to 397 lbs or below. Let’s get on with the chair itself… and then find out what it is like to sit in a chair made for the motorsport world.



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