Minecraft. It’s one of the most influential games in history and holds the title of the world’s best-selling videogame. this is in no small part due to the accessibility and instantaneously recognizable nature of its pixelated, picturesque vistas. Now you can get your hands on an officially licensed Secretlab Minecraft chair. This collab was announced at Minecraft Live alongside the winner of the Minecraft Live Mob Vote and has got the fans seriously hyped.
Secretlab Minecraft chair features
The Secretlab Minecraft chair features all the creature comforts of the recently released and well-received Titan Evo 2022: 4-way adaptive lumbar support, which dynamically adjusts and supports the user’s spinal curvature, the proprietary sculpted pebble seat base, and, for the first time ever on a Secretlab special edition chair, their SoftWeave Plus fabric upholstery, a breathable fabric inspired by performance footwear.
The Secretlab Minecraft chair is designed after the most iconic of all Minecraft mobs, the Creeper, a source of misery and despair to all players who’ve ever had their pristinely constructed base wrecked by the green monster. The chair has a striking green and black color scheme with the Creeper’s dead-eyed stare front and center on the seatback. This design is complemented by the SoftWeave fabric, lending a vibrant and colorful attitude to the overall look of the chair. In addition to this, the upholstery features a unique and Minecraft-inspired black and green pixelation, which echoes the iconic grass block and the texture of the Creeper itself.
Where to buy the Secretlab Minecraft chair
Given the inarguable popularity of Minecraft and the industry-leading comfort, build quality, and design of the Titan Evo 2022 gaming chair, we expect this to be a considerably sought-after product. It is available in sizes small, regular, and XL, starting at $499. You can preorder the Secretlab Minecraft chair right now, with the first round of pre-orders shipping by 16 December, just in time for the much-anticipated caves and cliffs update