What you need to know
- Vertagear and Swarovski have teamed up to produce a special version of the popular PL4500 gaming chair.
- Each chair has Swarovski crystals attached to it and will cost $599.99.
Vertagear's popular PL4500 gaming chair is already pretty sweet. But you know what would make it sweeter? Crystals, that's what. It just so happens that's what the folks at Vertagear think as well. The result is a special version of the PL4500, complete with Swarovski crystals built into it.
Yep. You read that right.
Each chair will sell for $599.99 and you can of course slap some RGB lighting onto it if that's the kind of thing that floats your boat, too. The PL4500 is already a looker as far as gaming chairs go and I rather like the new addition to the lineup — although it's absolutely fair to say that it won't be for everyone!
If it's for you, you can pre-order your chair now over on the Vertagear website. If not, check out our collection of the best gaming chairs and you'll be sure to find an alternative. It probably won't have any crystals, though. The Vertagear PL6000 is a solid option, too.
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