20 Years Ago, Japan’s Esports Chair Was Like This: A Small Bench With A Handle
Speaking of "e-sports chair", players' brains may immediately think of ergonomics, streamlined adjustable armrests, and so on. However, at the end of the last century, a Japanese company had a much simpler design concept for the esports chair. Let's take a look at what this antique-grade esports chair looks like.
Foreign media Kotaku "Total Recall" column. Today we introduced an "e-sports chair" from the Japanese manufacturer Iron Craft in the late 1980s/early 1990s. The chair looks less comfortable, and the controllers for different games are strangely set up at the front end. The only place the player can adjust is the position of the controller: you can choose to push it forward or near.
Kotaku's editor said that although the first impression of this chair is not good, he is also very admired for this simple design. It seems that this chair is not suitable for sedentary, but it is very suitable for the fighting game contest or a few friends to play "FIFA" in turn, because it is very convenient to get up and sit down.