Secretlab is known for making plush, high-quality gaming chairs, and the maker is currently discounting its range by up to NZ$40. That’s a relatively small discount to be sure, but these really are the best seats in the house if you’re keen to save a little.
There’s a few variations on sale at Secretlab – the super-comfortable Titan Evo 2022 series of seats is discounted in various fabrics and colours, with prices hitting as low as NZ$799.
That NZ$799 price means you’re only getting a NZ$35 discount on the 2022 Titan Evo chair, but it’s nothing to sniff at considering the Secretlab Titan 2020 currently holds the number one spot in our best gaming chairs buying guide (we’ll be reviewing the newer model soon).
Speaking of that slightly older 2020 model, it’s also on sale at Secretlab, though styles and colours are limited at the time of writing. You can snap up one of the 2020 models for NZ$759, which is a NZ$40 discount off RRP.
The most affordable gaming chair in Secretlab’s sale is the Omega 2020 model, which is available from NZ$714, which is another NZ$40 price drop. This model has more of a snug-fit seat base compared to the Titan models, which are more levelled-out.
Secretlab’s Easter sale is wrapping up on Monday, April 18, so if you see anything you like below, don’t delay. Some fabric and colour combinations were already sold out at the time of writing.
Secretlab Titan Evo 2022 | NZ
$834 NZ$799 (save NZ$35)
Secretlab’s latest and greatest gaming chair is now NZ$35 off, with lots of fabrics and colours available. It has a four-way lumbar support system and a full-length backrest, which can recline back by an impressive 165°. Secretlab says this version of the chair is more customisable, and it includes a magnetic memory foam head pillow.
Secretlab Titan 2020 | NZ
$799 NZ$759 (save NZ$40)
This 2020 version of the Secretlab Titan is down to NZ$759, and it’s currently available in a limited amount of colours and fabric finishes. It still comes with integrated lumbar support, though it can only be adjusted horizontally (not also vertically like the 2022 model above). It’s also got more of a levelled seat base, compared to the newer model’s curved approach.
Secretlab Omega 2020 | NZ
$754 AU$714 (save NZ$40)
If you want the most affordable option from Secretlab, the maker has cut the price on its Omega 2020 models by NZ$40. That brings it down to NZ$714, though there’s limited availability at the time of writing. Keep in mind that the Omega uses a memory foam lumbar pillow, instead of built-in, four-way support.
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