The new Secretlab 2020 TITAN gaming chair has become my new favorite chair to sit on, in a lab where I have 10+ gaming chairs to choose from. I would routinely (once every 2-3 days) switch to the NeueChair... but that is also a Secretlab chair. I'd find myself back on the 2020 TITAN gaming chair pretty quickly.
From its super-premium look to its beyond-comfortable feel, Secretlab's new 2020 Series TITAN gaming chair is like the Tesla of gaming chairs. After 100s of hours on it I can safely say it is one of my new favorites, and makes me want to ask Secretlab for the full stack of chairs to really get my butt into that 2020 groove.
Secretlab has upped the ante on its own chairs with the 2020 Series, in perfect timing for what should be the biggest year in gaming next year. We have a slew of new PC hardware coming out in AMD and Intel's new processors, both AMD and NVIDIA will be launching next-gen GPUs and then Intel will enter the discrete GPU business after its last graphics card in the i740 back when AGP was a thing.
We have next-gen consoles from Sony and Microsoft launching with the PlayStation 5 and Xbox Scarlett, which will re-ignite the PC gaming world, so if there was a time to buy a new gaming chair, it is now. Secretlab has your 2020 gaming world ready with its 2020 Series TITAN gaming chair.
My butt has never been more grateful! Thank you, Secretlab!
Last updated: Dec 29, 2019 at 05:11 pm CST
Quality (design, build quality, etc)95%
General Features (armrests, adjustments, etc)95%
Ease of Setup95%
The Bottom Line
Secretlab improves on the best, by making its new 2020 series chairs even better. The new memory foam pillows are simply magical, Secretlab has some gaming chair herbs and spices it deploys here and it shows from top to bottom. The best just got better.
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