Ending soon: hurry and grab a seat with up to AU$180 off Secretlab gaming chairs

SecretLab Titan
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Update: Secretlab's sale is still live, but not for long! The sale ends at 2am (AEST) Tuesday, April 19, so if you're eager to upgrade to a premium gaming seat, now's your chance.

Secretlab is the maker behind some of the best gaming chairs you can buy, and the brand has just discounted a wide selection of its super-comfortable seats by up to AU$180.

These premium gaming chairs don’t come cheap, so that AU$180 discount on some of Secretlab’s most expensive chairs – the high-end Napa leather models – certainly makes the splurge more tempting (and brings the price under four figures).

But don’t worry if you’re not into that luxe leather look – Secretlab has also discounted its brand new Titan Evo 2022 series of seats in various fabrics and colours, with prices hitting as low as AU$724.

That AU$724 price means you’re only getting a AU$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 gaming chairs buying guide (we’ll be reviewing this 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 AU$689, which is a AU$40 discount off RRP.

Secretlab Titan Evo 2022AU$759AU$724

Secretlab Titan Evo 2022 | AU$759 AU$724 (save AU$35)

Secretlab’s latest and greatest gaming chair is now AU$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 2020AU$729AU$689

Secretlab Titan 2020 | AU$729 AU$689 (save AU$40)

This 2020 version of the Secretlab Titan is down to AU$689, 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 (Napa leather)AU$1,139AU$959

Secretlab Omega 2020 (Napa leather) | AU$1,139 AU$959 (save AU$180)

Note: this chair is out of stock, but if you're happy to wait, you can still pre-order with the discounted price.

If you want to go all-out with a leather chair, Secretlab has cut the price on its Napa leather models by AU$180. That brings the Omega 2020 down to AU$959, and the Titan 2020 down to AU$1,059 in the leather finish. If you do go for the cheaper Omega, keep in mind that it uses a memory foam lumbar pillow, instead of built-in, four-way support.

Jasmine Gearie
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