Inside scoop: Secretlab Cyberpunk gaming chairs will be available for a limited time today

Secretlab Cyberpunk
Secretlab Cyberpunk (Image credit: Secretlab)

Secretlab Cyberpunk

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What you need to know

  • The Secretlab Omega 2020 and Secretlab Titan 2020 Cyberpunk gaming chairs will be available today as part of a limited run.
  • The last limited run for the chairs sold out in less than 10 minutes.
  • The chairs will be available at 9 AM ET (2 PM) on November 19, 2020.

Cyberpunk 2077 may have been delayed, but you can get your rear into the Cyberpunk universe with the Secretlab Cyberpunk 2077 Edition gaming chairs. The Cyberpunk editions of the Secretlab Omega 2020 and Secretlab Titan 2020 are sold out, but Secretlab gave us the inside scoop about a limited run on the chairs that goes live today. A limited run of the chairs goes live at 9 AM ET (2 PM GMT) on November 19, 2020 (today).

The last limited run of the chairs sold out within 10 minutes, so if you want to grab one, you should jump on it right away. This will be the final chance for people to purchase the Secretlab Cyberpunk chairs before the game launches, assuming that there aren't any more delays.

Both the Titan and Omega Cyberpunk chairs feature artwork and designs from the highly-anticipated game. The front of the chair has bright yellow elements adorned with the Cyberpunk logo and little additions such as the "Neural Connection Status Active" tag.

The Omega and Titan chairs are "nearly perfect," according to managing editor Dan Thorp-Lancaster. He highlights the chairs for their comfort, attention to detail, and durability in his review.

The Omega costs $449 and is recommended for people under 180 cm (70.9 in) and under 110 kg (242.5 lbs). The Titan costs $489 and is meant for people between 175 cm-200 cm (68.9 in-78.7 in) and supports weights up to 130kg (286.6 lbs).

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