Let's just pretend for a minute you've made it in life. Not necessarily a billionaire, or even a millionaire, but someone who has a great paying job that has provided you with a steady source of good income. And for years now, you've been looking at your bank account get fatter and fatter. Then you realize that something's missing in your life. Got the wife, got the kids, and the big house with the Jaguar or Tesla you've always wanted. But still, there's an itch to spend all that cash to spare on something else you've never thought of. The Mancave certainly has been spoiled over the years with just about everything you needed to have a good time with you and your buddies.
So what else could you possible want to spend thousands of dollars on?
With the signature Emperor scorpion shape and outline, an industrial grade steel structure, tilting capabilities, integrated audio system, LED lighting and much more, the Emperor is the future of high-end home and office computer work environments.
The Emperor offers functionalities that enable the user to experience unprecedented comfort and quasi total immersion through strategically positioned monitors and accessories. The result is a complete computer office, ergonomically optimized, with a minimal footprint that improves overall performance and productivity.
But again, this is all pretend. If you don't have the cash to spare, and a whole lot of it, take a closer look at how much a fully custom fitted Emperor Throne chair could cost before shipping to your door.
Sure the price has definitely gone way down from the last time we reported on MWE's 2012 Emperor 200 gaming chair. With a base price of $5,305 of the barebones structure, the total cost after you've added the things you want on it like trays, desks, wiring connections, sound system, display mounts, etc..., you're looking at a $12,000+ sitting area to play games or work on office stuff.
Is it worth it? We think so. Can you afford it? Even if your answer was yes, we're pretty sure that $12 grand should still be spent on something else.