Secretlab has been a company that has succeeded each gaming chair release with something better, and as always I'm left here wondering 'how the hell are they going to up themselves next time', and then the new TITAN NAPA lands at my front door.
The company's new TITAN NAPA gaming chair takes luxury chairs to the next level, with the TITAN NAPA being Secretlab's most luxurious chair yet. The company has used the same premium NAPA leather that is found on high-end brand name bags and luxury car seats.
Secretlab is using a specific cut of calf leather that is beautifully soft (you really need to touch it yourself), smooth, and durable. We're looking at the same ergonomic features of the previous TITAN, but the new TITAN NAPA receives a fresh paint of luxury and in Secretlab's words, sophistication.
Secretlab sells the TITAN NAPA in select markets for $799 during its launch, with 20% off for the launch bringing it down from its normal pricing of $999. If you don't have $799 or $999 at the time of wanting to buy the TITAN NAPA, Secretlab works with Affirm to sell you the chair for easy monthly payments of $71.
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