Boulies Master Chair Review: Double Duty

Boulies Master’s $274 chair looks more “functional” than “fun,” but don’t be fooled by its lack of gamer aesthetics. This is a chair that can play and work in equal comfort. We don’t need extreme angles or bright colors to showcase our gaming prowess or spreadsheet skills.

At first glance, the Boulies Master is more of a shop-at-home job, in this (post?) covid era where many of us need an office in our homes. The Boulies Master design language is a hybrid of office and gaming chair (office heavy), offering a scalloped seat and multiple adjustments to fine-tune posture and comfort. My question is: Can this under $300 chair provide comfort and support for the gamer and worker? To find out, the company sent me a review unit, and I assembled it in my new home office, a place where I write, game, and make for 12 hours a day.


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UpholsteryWater repellent fabric or Ultraflex PU
Total height (with base)4 ft 4 in (131 cm)
Height from floor to seat17.7 – 20 inches (45 – 51cm)
Armrest adjustments13cm (5.1 inches)
Recline90 degrees (fully flat)
backrest length31.5 inches (80cm)
Back width (at shoulder level)22.4 inches (57cm)
Seating Area Width (Touch Point)15.7 inches (40cm)
Seating area width (total)20 inches (51 cm)
Seating Area Depth19.3 inches (49cm)
Armrest width9.8 cm (3.8 in)
Armrest height (from floor)63 – 76cm
recommended maximum weight135kg
Warrantylimited to two years
MSRP / Price at time of review$274 / £290
Release dateAvailable now


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James D. Brown
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