Secretlab Announces It's Latest Gaming Chair: The Titan XL

Secrerlab revealed their latest gaming chair earlier today, as they expand their Titan line to include the latest model, the Titan XL. This particular model is 25% larger than the standard Titan model, along with some added features that make it ideal for people who weigh between 220-390 lbs. Basically, if you're a bigger, heavier, or taller gamer, this is the chair you should be looking into. We have the full details and a trailer for you below.

Secretlab Announces It's Latest Gaming Chair: The Titan XL
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Key upgrades include:

● Taller backrest and wider seatbase for a more spacious sitting experience.
● Heavy Duty Tilt-Mechanism—forged with a stronger grade of structural steel for maximum reliability and sturdiness.
● Heavy Duty Class 4 Hydraulics, strenuously certified for international safety standards under greater loads by ANSI/BIFMA tests (by TÜV SÜD) and ISO9001.
● XL Wheel Base, made with ADC12 Aluminum. Now larger and more robust than ever before for greater stability and peace of mind.

It will also come equipped with all the features of the latest Secretlab 2020 Series, including:

● Signature, patent-pending Secretlab Cold-Cure Foam, refined and improved for better cushioning and support for your entire body through more even weight distribution.
● Full-metal, four-directional armrests that will comfortably support your elbows, taking pressure and strain off your arms and shoulders allowing for longer uninterrupted sessions at the computer.
● Signature Memory Foam Head Pillow, which comes with a layer of cooling gel that quickly dissipates heat so you can stay cool and incredibly comfortable even after long hours of use.

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