Secretlab announces Birds of Prey TITAN and OMEGA gaming chairs
Birds of Prey is out today, and you can preorder a limited edition chair inspired by its central character.
What you need to know
- Secretlab announced the Birds of Prey editions of its TITAN and OMEGA gaming chairs.
- The chairs feature design elements inspired by Harley Quinn, including color lipstick, graffiti, and gold accents.
- You can preorder the Secretlab OMEGA ($389) and Secretlab TITAN ($429) now through Secretlab's website.
Secretlab announced the Birds of Prey editions of the TITAN and OMEGA gaming chairs today. The designs on the chairs are inspired by Harley Quinn from Birds of Prey, which came out in theaters today. You can preorder the Birds of Prey editions of the Secretlab OMEGA ($389) and Secretlab TITAN ($429) now through Secretlab's website. Harley Quinn is iconically colorful and outgoing, and the designs of the chairs match her well.
The chairs feature several designs inspired by Quinn. The top of the headrest features graffiti hearts, and the graffiti theme extends around the entire chair in a popping pink color. The main body of the chair is white, and it features gold textured accents. The back of the chair has a closeup portrait of Quinn in her iconic glossy lipstick with "XOXO" written over it.
The chairs themselves are the TITAN and OMEGA gaming chairs from Secretlab's 2020 series. We reviewed the regular versions of the gaming chairs recently and came away very impressed. Our news editor, Dan Thorp-Lancaster, said of the chairs, "Small refinements make an already extremely comfortable series of chairs even more delightful."
Secretlab will only make 200 of the limited edition Birds of Prey gaming chairs, so if you love them, you'll have to act quickly.
This TITAN OG gaming chair features iconic designs from Harley Quinn, including popping pink lipstick, graffiti, and Quinn's smile.
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