What you need to know
- Secretlab debuted a new "The Joker" design for its gaming chairs today.
- The chair features purple accents, embroidered laughs, and Joker logos throughout.
- You can preorder the Secretlab Joker Edition chair now starting at $390.
Secretlab makes some of the best gaming chairs out there, and there's no shortage of designs to choose from. The latest in the series, dubbed "The Joker" Edition, completes a trinity of Batman-inspired designs that Secretlab has cooked up with WB over the past year. Just like all of its other designs, Secretlab hasn't spared any details in this design.
The chair is built with Secretlab's PRIME 2.0 PU leather, featuring a black design with properly Joker-esque purple accents. On the trim, you'll find plenty of laughs with "HAHA" subtly embroidered into the leather. The Joker's jester logo is featured throughout as well.
The design won't be for everyone; it's quite loud. But if you're a mega-Joker fan, it's probably going to be a tempting buy. While Secretlab's chairs can be a bit on the expensive side, they're well worth it, with the 2020 Edition chairs receiving near-perfect marks in our review.
And if the Joker isn't your style, there's always the much more tame Dark Knight Edition chair to check out as well.
The Secretleb Joker Edition gaming chair is available to preorder now starting at $390.
Laugh to victory.
Secretlab's "The Joker" Edition gaming chair is a love letter to Batman fans. It combines a unique design with Secretlab's penchant for designing excellent gaming chairs that last.
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