What you need to know
- Secretlab will have a third run of its AAPE Collection gaming chairs.
- The company originally only planned to have two runs of the chairs, both of which quickly sold out.
- The third run will happen at 12 PM EST on April 21, 2021.
Secretlab has a third drop of its AAPE Collection gaming chairs coming up. The AAPE Collection was originally only going to be available through two runs, both of which sold out quickly, but Secretlab let us know about an upcoming third run. The third, and final, drop of the Secretlab AAPE Collection will happen at 12 PM EST on April 21, 2021.
Our managing editor recently shared his Secretlab AAPE Collection gaming chair review. As is usually the case with Secretlab chairs we review, the AAPE Collection earned high marks. That review has a full breakdown of all the features. If you'd just like a quick glance, you can check out some of the images from the review below.
AAPE is a diffusion of the popular streetwear label BAPE. The Secretlab AAPE Collection features AAPE's camo designs on some of the best gaming chairs you can buy. The gaming chairs come with the oversized camo designs in military green, blue, or red. They
Apart from the unique AAPE design, the chairs are the Secretlab Titan and Omega. Those have always earned high marks from us, including in our most recent Secretlab Omega and Titan review. In his review, Thorp-Lancaster calls the chairs "nearly perfect," and adds that "The 2020 Series takes what makes Secretlab chairs great and cranks the dial closer to perfection."
In addition to picking up a AAPE Collection gaming chair, you may want to snag some of the best Secretlab gaming chair accessories, like a footstool or floormat.
Secretlab will limit people to one chair purchase to prevent scalping.
Gaming chairs with flair
Streetwear meets chair
These limited edition gaming chairs from Secretlab have designs made in collaboration with AAPE. There will be one last limited run for the chairs, and then they'll be gone.
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