Best Secretlab gaming chair accessories 2023

Secretlab Titan XL
Secretlab Titan XL (Image credit: Dan Thorp-Lancaster/Windows Central)

The latest lineup of Secretlabs' gaming chairs is absolutely stellar and arguably the best gaming chairs available. That being said, you can enhance your experience with them by getting some nice complementary accessories. Luckily, there's a nice range of options available on the market. Here are what we think are the best Secretlab gaming chair accessories, from footstools to floor mats.

If we had to choose

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All of the accessories on this list are excellent options for Secretlab chairs like the Secretlab 2020 Series. Still, if we had to pick one, we would go with Secretlab's lumbar support pillow. Its dense memory foam and contoured shape are perfect for providing top-notch back support, which is important to have while gaming for long periods of time.

If you want something affordable, you'll likely get the most bang out of your buck with the Deisy Dee slipcover since it will protect your chair while simultaneously help keep you cool. Considering Secretlabs' chairs are made out of leather, which retains heat well, anything that helps combat heat buildup is great to have.

If you're looking for a gaming desk to complete your battle station, the RESPAWN RSP-1010 gaming desk should be your pick. It's the desk that I've personally used ever since I got mine, and it has served my needs spectacularly ever since.

For more awesome PC gaming peripherals, check out our roundup of the best PC gaming accessories available. For other gaming chair options, visit our list of the best gaming chairs.

Brendan Lowry

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