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Secretlab’s first 40K collab is a throne worthy of the Emperor

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Secretlab’s first 40K collab is a throne worthy of the Emperor

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Secretlab’s latest licensed gaming chair design is a chair that would do Roboute Guilliman proud. Modeled after the colors of the Ultramarines’ chapter of the Adeptus Astartes, this latest iteration of the Secretlab Titan Evo gaming chair is now available to pre-order from Secretlab, and is estimated to ship by Oct. 7. Priced at $624, this version of the ubiquitous gaming chair comes equipped with all the same features as the stock model of the Titan Evo, but its royal blue patent leather is covered in rich detail worthy of any son of Guilliman.

In addition to the crest of the Ultramarines emblazoned on the front and back, you’ll also find a pattern of bolts, vents, and plates designed to emulate the Tacticus power armor of a proud member of the Ultramarines. Topping it all off is a purity seal, giving this chair the emperor’s blessing.

Stock photos of details present on the Warhammer 40K Secretlab Titan Evo gaming chair

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Like previous versions of the Titan Evo, this version features a generously padded bucket seat in addition to fully adjustable back and lumbar supports and armrests that are height and width adjustable. This licensed version of the Titan Evo is also compatible with the full spectrum of Secretlab gaming chair accessories including the magnetic headrest, swappable armrests, and casters.

While I’m personally more of a Chaos Marine main myself, a chair of this caliber will serve nicely until Secretlab can fashion me a throne from the skulls of my enemies.

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