Tuesday, Oct 3, 2023

Anda Seat Navi review - "Premium comfort, garish aesthetics"

Pocket Gamer has reviewed many Anda Seat gaming chairs and they have always been well received, no matter which writer put them through their paces. This is when I refer to sitting down, working or playing, and pondering how comfortable they are. They've been awarded high marks for a reason. Anda Seat is a master at making a good chair.

When the Anda Seat Navi arrived at my door, I was excited to compare it to my current chair. The BraZen EmperorXXX Elite Esports Chair has impressed me, but the Navi is currently available for PS369.99. After I had sat down in my chair, I was curious to see what the extra money meant.

It can be difficult to assemble

It was a tedious task to put everything together. It was difficult to align the DuraXtraAD+ leather base covering with the holes I needed to attach the armrests. I spent hours trying to fix it. I finally managed to assemble it and then took a moment to admire my work.

Anda Seat Navi assembly

What I received was not what I liked. There are two options for the Anda Seat Navi: black or yellow. The yellow version was my review sample. It isn't the most beautiful chair I have ever seen. A bright yellow office chair isn't something I would normally choose. I prefer simple designs. The ensemble has an extra garish feel due to the random text and shapes that are scrawled across its front and back. Although the black version is more pleasing, the white gridlines which dominate the design are not to my liking.

As the old saying goes, beauty is in the eyes of the beholder. I think the Anda Seat Navi's target audience are younger, more confident gamers like myself, who want something that is different from the norm and makes an impact. If you are a fan, the chair was made in partnership with the Ukrainian esports organization Navi. This chair is the perfect chair for making your room the centrepiece.

Design of Anda Seat Navi

Premium sitting experience

The Anda Seat Navi is a great chair, despite its looks. DuraXtraAD+ leather feels premium and is comfortable, even when I'm glued to my computer or using my phone for long periods.

You can also choose how you want to sit. You can adjust the back of the seat from 90 to 160 degrees. The armrests can also be adjusted in four directions to achieve the most comfortable position. The Anda Seat Navi's armrests are not as irritating as the BraZen EmperorXXX Elite Esports chairs. I found them to be much more comfortable than the BraZen Empire XXXX Elite Esports chairs.

The Anda Seat Navi is a great chair if you can overlook or enjoy its aesthetic. It offers superior sitting experiences that rival any other chairs I have tried. If you aren't convinced by the extravagant design choices of the Anda Seat Navi, there are many other chairs that can support your back and soothe your eyes.

nda Seat Navi review - "Premium comfort, garish aesthetics" The Anda Seat Navi is not cheap at PS399.99. Anda Seat offers a range of excellent chairs that will appeal to those who aren't convinced by the design. It's a great choice if you like bright yellow.