AndaSeat Navi Edition Gaming Chair Review
One minute review
The AndaSeat Navi Edition Gaming Chair is a fantastic seat that offers excellent levels of comfort and support. It will make long gaming sessions and working days a breeze.
The lumbar and neck pillows couldn’t have been shaped or positioned better and the 4D armrests allow you to customize the shape of the seat to suit your needs. Unfortunately, those under 5-foot-7 will likely find they’re a bit too small to take full advantage of this seat’s design.
The large size of the seat, however, offers many advantages, including enough space to sit cross-legged or in a variety of relaxing sitting positions that will delight those who hate sitting upright at their desk.
However, to enjoy this level of comfort, you’ll need to plant yourself in a chair that shines brighter than the sun in its yellow PVC leather exterior.
You’ll also have to shell out a good sum as this seat is priced at $530 / £400 (around AU$745) – so if you’re looking for a budget option, this won’t be the gaming chair for you.
But, if you don’t mind adding a little color to the space you’re using this chair in, go for it. Those looking for a more sophisticated black office chair-style design might want to look into other options (like the AndaSeat Jungle 2 Gaming Chair).
Rec max. size: 6 feet 10 inches (208 cm)
Rec max. weight: 375 pounds (170 kg)
Colors: Yellow | Noir
Equipment: pvc leather
The AndaSeat Navi Edition is a gaming chair that you’ll find adorably garish or vividly awful thanks to its bright yellow PVC leather-wrapped design. It’s a seat no one will be able to take their eyes off – but that’s not always a good thing.
Even if you opt for the black-clad option for the Navi Edition, it also features bold color and pattern choices that scream “gamer’s chair” from a mile away. If you’re hoping to get by in a desktop environment, we recommend you think again.
That said, if you’re looking for a seat that will bring a touch of fun to your gaming environment, this is exactly the type of chair you want to opt for.
Because not only is it flashy, but the Navi Edition gaming chair works great. The steel frame allows the seat to support up to 375 pounds (170 kg) and accommodate people up to 6 feet 10 inches (208 cm) tall.
Meanwhile, high-density foam padding, plus sculpted lumbar and neck pillows will keep you comfortable for hours on end – and thanks to the large seat size, you can easily move around and vary your sitting positions.
To top it off, we found the AndaSeat Navi Edition gaming chair to be a snap to assemble. The instructions are clear and all the tools you need are included in the box.
Regardless of what you think of the other design aspects of the Navi Edition, it excels in the one area that matters: comfort.
AndaSeat poured their many years of experience into creating this chair and you can tell; the padding hits Goldilocks sweet spot of being neither too hard nor too soft, and the pillows are perfectly sculpted to provide maximum support during long gaming sessions.
Increase the recline angle of the chair up to 160° and you’ll find yourself sinking into a surface you’ll never want to leave – 15-minute power naps can easily turn into hour-long naps.
You can also take full advantage of the Navi Edition’s 4D armrests to create a custom placement that maximizes your comfort and accommodates your preferred seating position, whether you choose to sit upright, cross-legged or something different.
The only downside is that shorter people may struggle to fit in this seat – the pillow placement won’t be ideal for those under around 5ft 7in (170cm) tall. Our reviewer is 5ft 9in and found they had to make adjustments each time to make sure the seat was just right – but when they found that sweet spot they were set.