Luxe Master purchased the most popular gaming chairs and literally tore them apart. They found a veritable greatest hits of how not to build a quality product for American gamers: sloppy stitching, toxic dyes, weak fabric, flimsy metal, and squishy rough-cut foam that gave these so-called gaming chairs all the support of a wet donut.
To build the Luxe Master product line, the team leaned on its commercial furniture DNA as well as lessons from other segments like performance cars and high-end executive seating. Step one? A solid foundation: a base frame and chassis made of automotive-grade steel, with a wheelbase broad enough to resist tipping. Interfaces between major components utilized thicker plates and wider diameter tubes to promote extreme stability. They designed the seating area to be wide enough to provide comfort to a range of body types, from the heaviest tank to the leanest glass cannon.
Next, Luxe Master made the decision to only use custom-molded foam in the body of every chair. Unlike the significantly cheaper cut foam, molded foam offers superior shape retention and adheres more cohesively to the frame, leading to greater durability and—just as importantly—keeping the silhouette of the chair intact.
Finally, Luxe Master chose a range of innovative, ultra-durable, environmentally friendly fabrics to cover each model , with colors and aesthetic details to match every preference.