Secretlab is no stranger to the gaming chair market, with a range of kick ass gaming chairs with the THRONE, OMEGA, and TITAN gaming chairs but they're all leather. There are plenty of gamers who don't like leather and that is why we're here today: Secretlab has unveiled its brand new SoftWeave series, a new entry into the world of gaming chairs with Secretlab designing their own custom and intricately-made fabric upholstery.
SoftWeave ushers in an era for Secretlab as it's their first-ever non-leather gaming chair and they are standing proud, and so they should be. I've been sitting on the new Secretlab TITAN SoftWeave and its one of the most comfortable gaming chairs yet, especially in a world of quality gaming chairs that I feel can't get any better... Secretlab somehow raises the bar.
Where and how does Secretlab make the magic for SoftWeave? Well, the company explains that they were inspired by the use of fabrics in the streetwear and tech industries, markets that companies are using woven fabrics in for their "performance-enhacing and breathable" natures. I can't attest to that just yet because I was de-ranked so hard in Overwatch playing in the Secretlab TITAN SoftWeave gaming chair... or maybe my team isn't backing me up as Mercy. You choose. HAHA.
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