Once you've got the TITAN out of the box and made, which took around 15-20 minutes without too much hassle, you'll see that the chair really does look great. Secretlab has put in some great fine detail into the TITAN, with it looking like a mean, yet comfortable gaming chair.
The attention to detail is well respected, right down to the XL caster wheels that let you slide around the room easily. They feature a rubber coating that helps smooth movement on carpet.
There's adjustable lumbar support, built right into the backrest of the TITAN, all adjustable with a knob on the side of the chair. This is a nice touch, as I don't like the back cushions that other chairs comes with. I prefer the built-in lumbar support, so I have to hand it to Secretlab there. It's a great touch on the TITAN.
TITAN doesn't just look good, but it feels good too with Secretlab taking inspiration from car racing seats, like some of their competition. Racing chairs are designed to conform to the human body, with Secretlab putting the same design process into the TITAN, making it comfortable for those long hours in front of your PC.
Secretlab used PU leather, as it's the "most sensible upholstery" available, so the company handpicked the best version of it, using their signature PRIME PU leather that is very durable, soft, and flexible. And Secretlab even claims, waterproof. I didn't quite test out the waterproof-ness of TITAN, but I did accidentally splash a few drops of water onto the seat and wiped it off without a worry.
TITAN combines the PRIME PU leather with a "precisely cut cold-cure foam" that definitely provides one of the best seating experiences I've had with a gaming chair so far, but also feels firm at the same time. It's a weird blend, but it works so damn well.
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