The cooler Cooler Master Caliber X1C and R2C with Cool-in Tech now available from RM1199
Cooler Master has just announced the Cooler Master X1C and R2C gaming chairs. The Cooler Master Caliber X1C and R2C share the designs of the regular Caliber X1 and Caliber R2, respectively, but feature the innovative Cool-In Fabric Tech which makes them more suitable for our warm and humid climate.
Cooler Master Caliber X1C and Caliber R2C: the cooler Cooler Master gaming chairs!
The Cool-In Fabric Tech is pretty aptly named, as it is literally meant to keep you cool in the heat of battle. On a more serious note, the fabric features a unique star-shaped yarn design with “Jade Powder” particles embedded, making the new Caliber X1C and Caliber R2C vastly more comfortable, especially in tropical climates like Malaysia. With the breathable, moisture-absorbent and also quick-drying Cool-In Fabric Tech, the Cooler Master Caliber X1C and Caliber R2C can feel up to 2°C cooler than regular gaming chairs.
Aside from being more comfortable, the Cool-In Fabric Tech is also designed to be scratch-resistant and easy to clean, with a dust-repellent property to help extend the periods between the cleaning sessions. Along the theme of endurance, the Caliber X1C and Caliber R2C feature steel frame and metal legs that are designed to withstand up to 150kg loads, for the larger ones among you.
As mentioned earlier, these new chairs share the same designs as the regular Caliber X1C and Caliber R2C, which means that they offer the same excellent ergonomics that the chairs offered. You get full-range 90° to 180° reclining backrest, adjustable armrests – 2D with the Cooler Master R2C, 4D with the Cooler Master X1C – and 8cm of height adjustability, letting you dial in the perfect settings for your comfort.
The Caliber X1C and Caliber R2C are now available in Malaysia at the following prices:
- Caliber X1C: RM1499
- Caliber R2C: RM1199
Pokdepinion: I wonder how will the Cool-In Fabric Tech stack up against a mesh-backed chair in non-airconditioned environments…