Secretlab reveals TITAN Evo Lite chair, and it's 20% cheaper

Secretlab reveals TITAN Evo Lite chair, and it's 20% cheaper
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Written by 

Lloyd Coombes


24th Jan 2024 15:00

Everyone loves a gaming chair. Whether it's for the comfort, the back support, or because you feel more competitive sitting in one, there's a good chance you've checked out Secretlab's offerings - and for good reason.

The Singapore-based company has the honour of back-to-back five-star reviews from GGRecon's team, with the MAGNUS Pro desk following up from the TITAN EVO 2022 chair. If you've been keen on the latter but the price is putting you off, we've got good news.

Secretlab reveals cheaper TITAN Evo Lite chair

Secretlab claims the new Secretlab TITAN Evo Lite offers 95% of the features and comfort of the mainline TITAN Evo series but with a price reduction of 20%. It comes in Regular and XL sizes, too, but you'll need to opt for the TITAN Evo for the smaller size.

"Many fans have asked us for a cheaper version of a Secretlab chair," Ian Ang, Secretlab's co-founder and CEO explains in a press release.

"To be honest, it would have been easy for us to do that. Put together a chair with the cheapest materials, forgo durability, and pay no attention to how the design, features, and overall experience all come together.

"These compromises are also what you would find in knockoffs posing to provide ergonomic
comfort and support. But we were very clear that we would not compromise on the Secretlab
experience that fans love Secretlab for."

The Secretlab TITAN Evo Lite is launching in five colour options, with two leather black options (Stealth and Black), and Softweave variants in grey (Cookies and Cream), blue (Charcoal Blue) and black.

So what's different? The magnetic memory foam pillow is sold separately, while the armrests aren't swappable like they are with the mainline TITAN Evo. Finally, there's not the 4-way lumbar support or aluminium wheelbase you'd find there. Other than that, there's a lot to like here.

For UK customers, the Secretlab TITAN Evo Lite starts at £389, while the pricier EVO is £469 for the smallest version, marking a sizeable price drop.

Lloyd is GGRecon's Editor-in-Chief, having previously worked at Dexerto and Gfinity, and occasionally appears in The Daily Star newspaper. A big fan of loot-based games including Destiny 2 and Diablo 4, when he's not working you'll find him at the gym or trying to play Magic The Gathering.

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