Secretlab stokes Horde and Alliance pride with new World of Warcraft chairs

Secretlab World Of Warcraft Horde Alliance Main
Secretlab World Of Warcraft Horde Alliance Main (Image credit: Secretlab)

What you need to know

  • Secretlab launched a new pair of World of Warcraft chairs in partnership with developer Blizzard Entertainment.
  • The chairs are decked out in the iconic colors and design flourishes for each faction, Alliance and Horde.
  • The launch comes just ahead of the launch of World of Warcraft's Shadowlands expansion later this year.
  • The Alliance and Horde chairs are available to preorder now from Secretlab starting at $450.

Secretlab has a new set of gaming chair designs built just for World of Warcraft (WoW) players, just in time for the launch of the game's next expansion, Shadowlands. The two designs are themed after WoW's warring factions, the Horde and Alliance, with each taking on the distinct colors and flourishes of its respective faction. The result is a mix of iconic World of Warcraft flair and Secretlab's excellent design prowess.

"Each chair has its own distinct aesthetic, reflecting the opposing factions of the Alliance and the Horde. Inspired by the grandeur of Stormwind City and the starkness of Orgrimmar, the new seats will give Alliance and Horde players respectively a chance to pay homage to their in-game allegiances."

The designs are build on top of the Secretlab 2020 Series chair, which comes in one of the top spots in our picks for the best gaming chairs.

As you'd expect, the Alliance chair is covered in dark blue PRIME 2.0 PU leather with gold trimmings with gold and cream accents, themed after the Alliance capitol of Stormwind. The Horde chair, meanwhile, is covered in a deep red leather with a Horde banner and spikes that evoke the Horde capitol of Orgrimmar.

Aside from the unique designs, the Secretlab 2020 Series features a super-durable construction with chrome-metal accents, a sturdy base, and comfortable cold-cured foam seat. The Horde and Alliance chairs are available in two sizes: Omega and Titan. Besides size, the biggest difference between the two is that you get built-in lumbar support with the Titan models, while Omega models come with a separate lumbar pillow.

The Secretlab Horde and Alliance WoW designs are available to preorder now starting at $450.

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