Secret Lab TITAN Evo 2022 chair review

Welcome to our review of the Secret Lab TITAN Evo 2022 chair. Despite the name, it’s no secret that Secret Lab is known for developing some of the most high-end chairs on the market for gamers today. The company was founded in 2014 after two professional gamers wanted to combine both comfort and aesthetics to make the perfect seat for gaming fans, and Secret Lab offers buyers a wide range of personalisation on their products. Who knew you could get a Game of Thrones-themed gaming chair with a Pokemon headrest pillow?

In this review, I’ll be detailing my experience with Secret Lab’s latest chair release, the TITAN Evo 2022 series. As an artist, gamer and writer I easily spend 80 per cent of my time sitting down so I’ve had plenty of time to get familiar with this beast of a seat. Originally priced at £544, the TITAN Evo is certainly no small investment for an upgrade. So do I think this high-end chair is worth the considerable price tag? (If you want something else, check out our best office chairs guide for more options).

Secret Lab TITAN Evo 2022 chair: Assembly

A photo of the separate assembly pieces for the Secret Lab Titan EVO chair

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The TITAN Evo 2022 makes a first big impression – literally! The box is massive and not the easiest to move about. Inside the box, you get the chair (in pieces), a tool kit, documents detailing the chair’s features and detailed instructions for assembly. The packaging was well thought out and everything was securely in place. Each part was clearly marked and packed neatly in plastic bags and black foam, which worked to keep it secure but was overwhelming when it came to disposal. A reduction in packaging would definitely be welcome.

The assembly instructions for the Secret Lab TITAN Evo chair

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The assembly instructions were very legible, set out on a big sheet of paper and they included real photos for each step of the process. This not only looked well thought-out and aesthetically pleasing, but it also meant you could easily read them from afar when working on the rather bulky chair during the build. They gave some helpful tips and resources – and I especially appreciated the assembly video, which came via QR code.

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