​Secretlab | Unveils ​NAPA ​Series

Ever since my TITAN Gaming Chair review I have never been envious, until now. It would seem that the talented folks at Secretlab have made a fantastic item even better. Check out the details below for the beautiful NAPA Series.

Highlights:

  • Critically-acclaimed​ ​chair​ ​maker​ ​Secretlab​ ​releases​ ​its​ ​most​ ​luxurious​ ​line yet—the​ ​NAPA​ ​Series
  • Features​ ​top-of-the-line​ ​Napa​ ​leather​ ​used​ ​by​ ​the​ ​highest-end​ ​luxury​ ​cars and​ ​Italian​ ​luxury​ ​brands
  • The​ ​NAPA​ ​line​ ​will​ ​be​ ​available​ ​exclusively​ ​for​ ​the​ ​OMEGA​ ​and​ ​TITAN models
  • The​ ​NAPA​ ​Series​ ​will​ ​be​ ​available​ ​at​ ​a​ ​special​ ​price​ ​during​ ​the​ ​launch period
  • Think of Napa leather, and what comes to mind are high-end designer goods, or the ​trimmings ​of ​a ​luxury ​car.

    Now, ​add ​the ​Secretlab ​NAPA ​Series ​to ​that ​list.

    The newly-launched line takes two of Secretlab’s most popular models, the OMEGA and the TITAN, and upholsters ​them ​in ​soft, ​yet ​durable, ​premium ​Napa ​leather ​to ​create ​its ​most ​luxurious ​chair ​line ​yet.

    The ​new ​NAPA ​Series ​succeeds ​last ​year’s ​OMEGA ​ELITE, ​which ​featured ​top-grain ​genuine ​leather.

    “We wanted to round off our existing catalogue by creating the most luxurious gaming chair in the market, one which combines the elegance and durability of a premium leather armchair with the functionality and support that’ve become the hallmark of the Secretlab brand,” said Ian Ang, Managing Director and co-founder ​of ​Secretlab.

    The NAPA line is available in limited quantities due to the lengthy manufacturing process and strict selection ​criteria ​used ​to ​handpick ​the ​chair’s ​raw ​materials.

    What ​is ​Napa ​leather?

    “We sourced for best-in-class upholstery, to really take things up a notch. Our choice was a select cut of soft calf leather that is incredibly soft, durable yet supple. It’s almost addictive to touch. It checked all the boxes for what we were looking for. That’s how the NAPA line was born.” said Alaric Choo, Technical Director ​and ​co-founder ​of ​Secretlab.

    Napa leather is a one of the most highly sought after and expensive upholstery materials, it is characterised by its soft and smooth texture. Our Napa leather undergoes minimal treatment so it retains its ​natural ​look ​and ​remains ​supple, ​leaving ​you ​with ​a ​buttery-soft ​seating ​experience.

    The ​Secretlab ​NAPA ​Series

    The NAPA Series combines the top qualities of the Napa leather with the well-received features of the OMEGA and TITAN chairs, including the chairs’ multi-tilt mechanism—which allows users to adjust and lock the tilt and recline of the seat and backrest respectively—as well as the four-directional armrests and the ​TITAN’s ​in-built ​adjustable ​lumbar ​support ​system.

    The result is two new ultra-luxurious chair lines that offers unparalleled comfort, rich aesthetic and luxuriousness that can only be fulfilled by the presence of natural leather, while providing each user’s back, shoulder and even arms with the right amount of support with the OMEGA and TITAN’s intricately-designed ​features.

    Pricing

  • The OMEGA NAPA (UK Link), has a list price of $850 (£750) but will be available at a special launch pricing of $749 (£649). ​It ​will ​be ​available ​in Wine ​Red and Navy ​Blue.
  • The TITAN NAPA (UK Link), listed at $900 (£800), will also be available at a special launch pricing of $799 (£699). It will be ​available ​in Navy ​Blue.
  • Check out Secretlab (UK Site) for more details.

    Every person who sits in my TITAN chair wants to keep it and to this day, it is without fault. Just as comfortable as the day I got it and perfect when playing the PS VR. I can only imagine the added comfort and feel of the Napa leather.

    Written by Chazz Harrington

    Chazz Harrington

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