This $3,300 Scorpion Themed Chair Is the Ultimate Experience for Editing Photos

What you’re seeing here is a scorpion-shaped chair designed for maximum comfort and productivity when editing photos and videos. The customizable chair currently retails at $3,300 and even re-adjusts so that you can work lying down.

Appropriately titled the Cluvens Scorpion Computer Cockpit, it is an arachnid shaped design, right down to the fact the chair has eight legs. The tip of the tail can hold five flat screens between 19-32 inches, or alternatively one super-wide 49-inch display. The chair adjusts to many positions, including allowing users to be able to lie back in a zero-gravity position — something the company say helps reduce stress on the back and neck. Check out the GIF below to see the chair in action.

The armrests are where you’ll find the keyboard and mouse. As for whether it’ll fit in your office space, the chair is 65 inches long, 47 inches wide, and 82 inches tall when set to an upright position. It weighs in at a total of 265 pounds.

And that’s not all – it also comes with a massage function, heated backrest, and LED lighting, to make editing your images more comfortable than ever.

The chair retails for $3,299, with an estimated delivery time of 3-6 weeks. See more specs over at Cluven’s website.


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Greg Desiatov's picture

No it's not. It's a gaming chair and I couldn't think of a more uncomfortable chair to use for post production!

Deleted Account's picture

True, a gaming chair, but is it any good? They forgot to mention that you get it in a lot of parts (check their homepage) and have to assemble it yourself.
There is no possibility to store and recall some of your favourite sitting positions and with no sound and vibration included, not even as an option, it is way too expensive. Would expect genuine leather as well for the price.

Tony Clark's picture

When did editing images turn into Fortnite?

Ivan Lantsov's picture

when power lost you trap!

zave smith's picture

Just another $10,000 answer to a two-bit problem.

Gonzalo Balbás's picture

Well, if you have back problems and sitting for long hours is a problem... It could be worth a thought.

Oscar Headshots's picture

Trying hard to fight back the GAS urges with this

Chris Perkins's picture

I was going to buy a Leica but I will just get two of these in case one breaks.

Fristen Lasten's picture

Is a skirt or kilt mandatory?

Dan Ostergren's picture

This is ridiculous, and I'm just as ridiculous for wanting it.

Rick Rizza's picture

This 3300$ lens is the ultimate experience in taking photos. That's should be a title for photography website, not that

Charles J's picture


Every person who sees this chair will say that exactly once. Congradulations, you spent $3,300 to impress others for 2 minutes.

Fristen Lasten's picture

Jack Alexander ferdinand morrison comment is spam, as is his account