I've got nearly ten gaming chairs in my office right now, with Secretlab reaching out to me regarding their new TITAN gaming chair, and whether I'd like to review it. Of course, since I sit down for a job 10+ hours a day, it makes sense.
Secretlab sent me the new TITAN gaming chair, and it came at a perfect time for my Overwatch addiction - where I will be sitting down all day for work, and then when I'm finished (and sometimes in between, but shhh - that's just between you and I) - I'll smash in some Overwatch. This is why I'm in love with gaming chairs, and Secretlab's new TITAN gaming chair has become a very quick favorite of mine.
If there's one thing that makes Secretlab stand out from the crowded gaming chair market, it's their approach of direct sales, which results in cheaper gaming chairs for consumers. Secretlab chairs are made and then sent directly to the consumer - which allows the company (and thus, you - the consumer) to save the additional costs normally slapped on through distributor profits, storefront expenses, and multiple methods of shipping in between.
Here's a handy chart from Secretlabs' website, showing just how the savings take place.
Where From & How Much?
With the release of TITAN, this marks Secretlab's first push into the North American market - so the company is throwing a massive special over the Christmas period. This means you can grab the TITAN gaming chair for a promotional price of just $359, down from its retail price of $499.
Until now, Secretlab has been dominating the Singapore, Australia, Malaysia, Brunei, Philippines, Vietnam, and Indonesia markets, but with the release of TITAN, I'm sure we're going to see the company shift in a new direction. It's not only the TITAN gaming chair that's on special either, with the OMEGA gaming chair normally priced at $439, the promotional price is a wallet-friendly $299.
In order to get in the line of grabbing a TITAN, we've worked with Secretlab to get you early access - just use the codeword 'TWEAKTOWN' on the Secretlab website, and you can access everything you need to know on TITAN, and buy one if you value your butt.
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