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Secretlab slashes prices of the best gaming chairs for Black Friday

Secretlab 2020 Series
Secretlab 2020 Series (Image credit: Dan Thorp-Lancaster / Windows Central)

Secretlab discounted its best gaming chairs ahead of Black Friday. Right now, you can save on chairs from the company's 2020 Series, 2022 Series, and NAPA Series. You can also save on gaming desks from Secretlab's MAGNUS Series. If you need to improve your gaming setup, Secretlab has discounts across the board to help you out.

You can save up to $40 on the 2020 Series, $30 on the 2022 Series, and $150 from Secretlab's NAPA Series. If you're in the market for a gaming desk, the MAGNUS Series is $60 off. Gamers in the UK can also save at Secretlab right now.

We've reviewed several of Secretlab's chairs over the years, including the Titan XL and the Secretlab 2020 Series. The Magnus is Secretlab's first venture outside of the realm of gaming chairs, and it earned a 4.5/5 in our Secretlab Magnus review.

Save big on Secretlab's gaming chairs

Secretlab Black Friday sale

Secretlab has made some of the best gaming chairs around for years. Right now, you can save up to $150 as part of the company's Black Friday sale. There are discounts on older models, newer models, and chairs with NAPA leather. You can also save on Secretlab's Magnus gaming desks.

Every Secretlab product that we've reviewed earned a positive score, but the premium gaming chairs and desks come at a cost. The current Black Friday sale can lessen the sticker shock a bit. If you want to get a great gaming chair at a more affordable price, you should look at the Secretlab 2020 Series. These chairs aren't the latest models from Secretlab, but they're only a couple of years removed from being called "nearly perfect" by our editor in chief.

If you're looking for the largest discount on a Secretlab gaming chair, look at models with NAPA leather. These have higher retail prices but are $150 off for Black Friday.

Unfortunately, you can't grab the Secretlab Titan XXS at a discount. The tiny gaming chair designed for pets, children, and anyone under 5'3" (160cm) is still full price, starting at $299.

Sean Endicott
Sean Endicott

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