What you need to know
- Secretlab has just unveiled its brand new 2022 series of gaming chairs.
- It features updated designs, new lumbar support, and new-generation upholsteries.
- It comes in a variety of finishes including leather and Secretlab's SoftWeave fabric.
Secretlab, maker of some of the best gaming chairs in the business, has today unveiled its brand new 2022 series of chairs to take your gaming setup to the next level.
Secretlab's new 2022 series combines the best aspects of its current chairs, the OMEGA, and the TITAN, culminating in the Secretlab TITAN Evo for 2022, boasting improved ergonomics for greater comfort, as well as more personalization options thanks to a new lumbar support system, pebble seat base, and more. The new chairs also come with upgraded upholstery either leather or Secretlab's trademark SoftWeave.
Plenty of features from the previous gen remain, that includes patent-pending cold cure foam for excellent support and heat dissipation for those long gaming sessions, a multi-tilt mechanism that can fix your chair at any angle imaginable, pretty massive wheels, a 165-degree recline backrest, and more.
For the 2022 series, Secretlab has upgraded its SoftWeave Plus Fabric, as well as its NEO leatherette, both of which come in a wide range of colors. There's also a new 4-way L-ADAPT Lumbar support system, which lets you adjust the height and depth of the lumbar support. Other new features include swappable magnetic armrests and a new Technogel Premium Armrest top, a magnetic memory foam head pillow, shorter hydraulics, and more.
The new chairs will be available in small, regular, and XL with regional pricing information available here.
Secretlab's OMEGA is my absolute favorite gaming chair, and iMore will be bringing a review of the 2022 offerings very soon!
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