Forget Amazon’s Spring Sale - Secretlab knocks $100 off in top office chair deal

Secretlab Titan Evo 2022 chair in a bright, spacious home office
(Image credit: Secretlab)

Secretlab has launched its Easter Sale - and one of our favorite office chairs has seen a price-drop. The Secretlab Titan Evo was $619 now $519 at Secretlab.

We're currently tracking the best Spring Sale office chair deals. but Amazon isn't the only retailer offering discounted computer seats over the Easter period. Chair manufacturer Secretlab has announced an Easter Sale with up to $100 off its impressive Secretlab Titan Evo chairs, with deals also available outside the US.

We’ve tested the best office chairs out there - and there’s a reason we rated this Best in Class in our Secretlab Titan Evo review. The chair features outstanding lumbar support, comfortable seats, and good customization options, all wrapped in a smart, professional design that’s a fit for almost any home or office workspace.  

Today’s best Secretlab Titan Evo office chair deals

Secretlab Titan Evo office chair:was $619 now $519 at Secretlab
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Secretlab Titan Evo office chair: was $619 now $519 at Secretlab
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This has everything we look for in a modern office chair. It’s robust and comfortable, with solid, adjustable lumbar support, 4D armrests and a good seat depth. The height ranges between 18.7 and 22.4in, with a respectable weight load of 286lbs. A 5-year warranty and free magnetic headrest sweeten the deal.

An XL version with a 396lbs weight limit is available - was $689 now $599 at Secretlab 

Secretlab Titan Evo with SoftWeave Plus fabric: was $639now $539 at Secretlab
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Secretlab Titan Evo with SoftWeave Plus fabric: was $639 now $539 at Secretlab
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Want a little extra breathability when sitting for long periods? The SoftWeave Plus version is a fabric-covered office chair that otherwise features the same specs as the standard Titan Evo. Like the plush leatherette variant, it comes in a range of colorways to match your workspace.  

More office chair Spring sales

Flexispot OC3B executive ergonomic office chair: was $200 Now $155 at AmazonSave $45

Flexispot OC3B executive ergonomic office chair: was $200 Now $155 at Amazon
Save $45 We've always enjoyed our time with Flexispot's range of comfortable desk seating. So we're confident recommending the Flexispot OC3B. It comes with ergonomic and passive lumbar support to relieve back pains, while the mesh fabric cushion should make this breathable for all-day use. Weight capacity is a solid 220lbs. The seat is available in black, grey, and blue. 

Sihoo Doro C300 ergonomic office chair: was $360 Now $280 at AmazonSave $80

Sihoo Doro C300 ergonomic office chair: was $360 Now $280 at Amazon
Save $80 For those looking to alleviate lower back pains, the Sihoo Doro C300 is a solid choice - not least because it features dynamic lumbar support. This means it can adjust to your body as you move, providing all-round support. The Doro C300 also has soft armrests and a breathable mesh fabric design to improve all-day comfort, available in black or white. 

See what we really thought in our Sihoo Doro C300 review

Sihoo M18 Ergonomic Office Chair: was $270 Now $150 at AmazonSave $120

Sihoo M18 Ergonomic Office Chair: was $270 Now $150 at Amazon
Save $120 The black coloring on this comfortable chair makes it a more traditional option that’ll look good in any office, and the Sihoo has an ergonomic design, full adjustability, and a mesh design – important if you want to stay cool during hot summer days. And its 27.5 in legs improve stability and weight limits when compared to many other chairs, which top out at 25 in.

For more savings, visit our hub for the best Amazon Big Spring Sale standing desk deals.

Outside the US? Our deal-hunters are always checking top deals in your region. 

Steve Clark
B2B Editor - Creative & Hardware

Steve is TechRadar Pro’s B2B Editor for Creative & Hardware. He explores the apps and devices for individuals and organizations that thrive on design and innovation. A former journalist at Web User magazine, he's covered software and hardware news, reviews, features, and guides. He's previously worked on content for Microsoft, Sony, and countless SaaS & product design firms. Once upon a time, he wrote commercials and movie trailers. Relentless champion of the Oxford comma.