Secretlab's New The Batman Gaming Chair Comes With Detachable Bat Emblem

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With most people spending more time at home due to the restrictions brought about by the COVID-19 pandemic, gamers are investing in higher-quality products to level-up their work-from-home setups, and of course this includes the best gaming chairs. Now, Popular gaming chair brand Secretlab recently collaboration with latest Batman movie bring a new design to one of its already existing product lines.

The Batman Secretlab
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The Batman Secretlab
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The Secretlab TITAN Evo 2022 The Batman Movie Edition is now available for pre-order at the brand's official website. The newly-designed custom chair is skinned on Secretlab's TITAN Evo 2022 series, which also has The Flash and Superman editions.

There are three sizes available for this chair: Small, Regular, and XL, with prices starting at $670 USD. Note that this new chair is in a super-limited run, it's still available for preorder now.

Secretlab The Batman
Credit: Secretlab
Secretlab The Batman

The Secretlab x The Batman Movie gaming chair is officially licensed, and as you can see in the images, most of the details are inspired by the brand new Batsuit worn by Robert Pattinson's rendition of Bruce Wayne, a.k.a. Batman, and this is highlighted by the gaming chair's hybrid leatherette material. It also comes with a detachable Bat logo that will remind fans of the Batarang.

Secretlab Batman
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Secretlab Batman
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If you're more of a fan of anime than comic book franchises, you may want to also check out the Attack on Titan Secretlab Titan Evo 2022 gaming chair.

In addition to these new gaming chairs, Secretlab also released a unique variant of its cleaning wipes sold through its official website. These wipes were created for leather materials, and are sold separately, but if you purchase an Attack on Titan gaming chair, you'll receive a special pack of wipes featuring "Cleaning Levi" from Hajime Isayama's masterpiece.