What you need to know
- Secretlab's 2022 series chairs are releasing
- The Secretlab TITAN Evo 2022 is leading the charge, arriving today.
- It is being advertised as the culmination of Secretlab's design efforts.
Secretlab isn't playing around when it comes to announcing its latest chairs. Not only is it proud to unveil that its 2022 Series chairs are on the way, but it's also revealing the TITAN Evo 2022, otherwise known as the company's evolution of everything it did with its 2020 Series chairs.
For starters, Secretlab is using the TITAN Evo 2022 as proof that it's redefined its own way of thinking about ergonomic best practices in its chairs. The company has created its own "Ergonomics Advisory Board," stacked with experts in orthopedics, biomechanics, and other fields to help its engineers create chairs optimized for maximum sitting health.
Here's an example of the enhanced ergonomic efforts Secretlab is bringing to the table with its TITAN Evo 2022. Via the company's new 4-way L-ADAPT Lumbar System, an internal mechanism will offer you four-directional control over the chair's back support positioning. "The new lumbar support also incorporates a lattice of living hinges, which can intelligently adapt to the unique curvature of your spine," Secretlab says.
Beyond featuring a lattice of living hinges (what a phrase), the TITAN Evo 2022 will also include the benefit of color variety. You'll have many more options to choose from than just black or white; blues and pinks are coming to the table as well.
Secretlab's latest chair is packing all the usual benefits you've come to expect from the brand's seating gear, but those aforementioned items are a few of the upgrades you can expect as part of a commitment to meaningful advancements in 2022. Pricing starts at $429. The TITAN Evo 2022 is available today.
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