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Secretlab shows off Titan XXS gaming chair, and this time it's not a joke

Secretlab Titan Xxs
Secretlab Titan Xxs (Image credit: Secretlab)

What you need to know

  • Secretlab will sell a Titan XXS gaming chair in limited quantities
  • The Titan XXS is a 1:2 scale version of Secretlab's XL version of the Titan Evo 2022.
  • The small gaming chair can fit people or pets up to 155lbs.

Secretlab makes several of the best gaming chairs, including the supersized Secretlab Titan XL. Now, the company is going in a different direction with the Secretlab Titan XXS. The diminutive gaming chair started as an April Fools' Day joke in 2021 but will be available to order in limited quantities. The Titan XXS is available for order now starting at $299. Some color options are only available for preorder at this time.

The Secretlab Titan XXS may be inspired by a joke, but it is a fully functional gaming chair. It has a height-adjustable seat base and armrests and supports people (or pets) up to 155lbs (70.3kg). Gamers up to 5'3" (160cm) will fit into the Titan XXS. It's a 1:2 model of Secretlab's XL version of the Titan Evo 2022.

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Secretlab Titan XXS

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Secretlab Titan XXS

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Secretlab Titan XXS vs XL

The April Fools' Day post about the Titan XXS featured dogs sitting on the chair. While that's certainly a use case for the product, it could also be used as a gaming chair for anyone under 5'3".

The Secretlab Titan XXS will be available in several colors, including Stealth (black), Frost Blue, and Plush Pink.

Sean Endicott
Sean Endicott

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  • A small chair for children, pets and little people
    capable off 155 lbs???
    I now know the US and so is overweight
  • Well, alot of people put on weight during the lockdowns lol... But yeah, the portion sizes in the US are huge especially the xtra large variations lol.