Secretlab has been on a bit of a tear lately with special editions of its gaming chairs, but its latest should be quite a draw for Batman fans out there. Called the "Dark Knight Edition," the new design is available with Secretlab's Omega and Titan series chairs, and it features the caped crusader's bat logo prominently.
The Dark Knight Edition is meant to celebrate Batman's 80th anniversary, and was developed in concert with Warner Bros. The chair is decked out in black, just as you'd expect, with the Batman logo stitched into the backrest and the rear of the chair. Otherwise, this edition packs the same features as any normal Omega or Titan series chair, including infinitely adjustable armrests, tilt, and height mechanisms.
The launch of the Dark Knight Edition follows Secretlab's other recent special editions, including designs based on deadmau5 and the League of Legends Championship Series. If Batman is more your style, however, the Dark Knight Edition is available to preorder now, with prices starting at $360.
80 Years of Batman
The Dark Knight Rises
Secretlab already makes some of the best gaming chairs out there, but the Dark Knight Edition really ratchets things up in the style department. If you're a big Batman fan, or just want all black everything, the Dark Knight Edition is worth a look.
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