Secretlab Reveals Warhammer 40K: Space Marine Gaming Chair, Preorders Live Now

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Secretlab is teaming up with Games Workshop on a new Warhammer 40,000 edition of the Titan Evo, giving one of the best gaming chairs a new look based on one of the most popular Warhammer 40K Space Marine chapters, the Ultramarines. It’s great timing, too, as the highly anticipated Warhammer: Space Marine 2 is set to release September 9. The stylish new gaming chair is available to preorder now for $624. Orders are currently expected to ship by October 7.

The chair uses Secrelab’s NEO leatherette upholstery with the iconic blue and gold color scheme of the Ultramarines space marine chapter and features embossed decals like the Ultima emblem on the back of the chair and eagle icon on the front. There are also panel lines and thick, rivet-like stitching that resemble Space Marine armor. Like other Titan Evo chairs, the Warhammer 40K edition is padded with cold-cure foam.

To really seal the chair’s authentic Warhammer 40K look, there is an Imperium purity seal on the headrest. In the 40K lore, these seals are affixed to the armor of space marines and other members of the Imperium forces who have proven their “purity of faith in the Emperor” through victory in battle.

Secretlab Titan Evo – Warhammer 40K Edition

Aside from the aesthetic differences, the Warhammer 40K edition Titan Evo sports all the same features as the standard Titan Evo line, including the four-directional armrests and dynamic four-way lumbar support built directly into the back.

The Warhammer 40K edition Titan Evo gaming chair is available now for $624 at Secretlab’s online store. That’s the price for Secretlab’s regular-sized chair, which is recommended for users under 6’2″ and 220lbs. The XL model costs $674 and is ideal for users whose height falls in the range of 5’11” and 6’9″ and weigh less than 395lbs. Both models come with a free magnetic memory foam head pillow (valued at $49).

While the new Warhammer 40K edition Titan Evo looks awesome, it’s not the only version of the chair out there. You can also grab the standard edition Titan Evo in multiple sizes starting at $549, or the smaller Titan Evo Lite starting at $449. Both models are excellent options, but you can check our list of the best gaming chairs if you’re looking for more recommendations.

Check out our Warhammer: Space Marine 2 preorder guide for all the details you need to know about various editions and bonuses for ordering early.

While you wait for Space Marine 2, you should check out Warhammer 40,000: Boltgun, a fast-paced first-person shooter that released last year. Plenty of other Warhammer games are also on sale at GameSpot sister site Fanatical.