Kawasaki has released a gaming chair themed after the might Ninja H2 superbike

It was in 2015 when Kawasaki launched its revolutionary Ninja H2 and H2R superbikes, setting a new standard for supersport motorcycles. Even after five years, the Japanese motorcycle is just as popular thanks to its wild design and its 999cc supercharged engine that produces 310 horsepower in the limited-production H2R guise. For those who don’t ride a motorcycle, Kawasaki has introduced an H2-themed gaming chair to offer the same level of thrill and adrenaline rush that you’ll get from the 250mph two-wheeled rocket. The special gaming chair was announced by Kawasaki Motors Japan on 22 October and is currently available for pre-order. In terms of design, the H2 Gaming Chair is decked out in the same color scheme as the superbike. The chair is in black with neon green accents and piping. It also gets the Ninja H2 branding along with the famous Kawasaki river mark symbol on the headrest.

The H2 Gaming chair gets a beefy neck pillow and lumbar support to offer optimum comfort during long gaming sessions. The chair is fitted with a heavy-duty lift cylinder that can take loads up to 150kg (330 lbs). The seat height can be adjusted from 420mm to 495mm, while high-density molded foam adds to the comfort. However, there’s a little caveat; the H2 Gaming Chair is only available in Japan. The manufacturer’s online store called Kawasaki Plaza accepts pre-bookings till November 30, 2020, and the gaming chair carries a price tag of 63,800 yen (about $600). The company will start shipping the product around March 2021.

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