Tuesday, December 11, 2018
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Raidmax Drakon Gaming Chairs are Reasonably Priced and Now in the Philippines!

Drakon DK709

Office chairs are a dime a dozen, but gaming chairs are a bit of a luxury. So it’s nice to see Raidmax, a known computer accessories brand bring their reasonably priced DK706 and DK709 models to the Philippines. Not only are they priced well, but they come with a lot of features you’d expect to see on pricier gaming chairs.

Drakon DK706 and DK709 Highlights

  • Easy to adjust height with the high quality SGS certified gas lift
  • Adjustable Tilt Resistance
  • Extra durable steel frame
  • High quality leather & comfy high density elastic sponge cushion
  • Adjustable back recliner tilt from 90 to 180 degrees
  • Adjustable arm rest
  • Adjustable foot rest
  • Rated up to 250 lbs

The Drakon DK706 and DK709 feature a racing-inspired design, typical to most gaming chairs, wrapped in durable faux leather. Offering style and comfort, the bucket-style seats are great whether for gaming or office work. Both chairs offer a wide range of adjustment options. Naturally, there’s gas-lift height adjustment, but you can also tilt back all the way from 90 to 180 degrees, with a tilt-locking mechanism to get just the right position. Arm rests are adjustable as well, and you even get adjustable pillows for neck and lumbar support.

Drakon DK706

The Drakon DK706 is priced at Php7,895 and comes in six colors – Red, Blue, Green, orange, White, and Yellow. The footrest-equipped Drakon DK709 on the other hand goes for Php8,750 and comes in four color options – Red, Blue, Green and Orange. Raidmax Drakon Gaming Chairs can be found at the following stores:

  • PC WORX (Infoworx)
  • Jar Edge Technologies
  • PC HUB
  • JDM
  • Power Component Options (PC Options)
  • NCTJ
  • Oxford
  • QLT
  • Treblink
  • Dataview SM North Edsa
  • Lasortech (Bacolod)
  • Double K (Laoag)
  • AEE (Bicol)
  • Bermor Techzone (Laoag)
15. PC REM (Bacolod)

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Back when I started MobileTechPinoy in 2012, phablets weren't a thing yet. I enjoyed the stares I got from iPhone owners whenever I whipped out my Samsung Galaxy Note at the time. I'm much more budget-conscious these days though and am perfectly fine with using phones from any of our locally brands.