Limited Edition Cyberpunk 2077 Gaming Chairs Are Bright And Comfortable
Secretlab and CD Projekt Red collaborated to create a pair of neon yellow Cyberpunk 2077 gaming chairs. It's available to purchase now, but you'll probably have to hurry.
Premium gaming chair manufacturer Secretlab has revealed its latest special edition chair, and it's themed around Cyberpunk 2077. The Cyberpunk 2077 Secretlab gaming chair is now available for purchase, in both Titan and Omega series models. If you're looking forward to the upcoming CD Projekt Red game and are in the market for a new gaming chair, this may be hard to pass up.
The front of the Cyberpunk 2077 chair matches the neon yellow theme that we've seen with most of the game's products and marketing. The back of the chair is black and is emblazoned with a large Samurai logo. Samurai is the rock band led by Keanu Reeves' character Johnny Silverhand.
Limited quantities of the Titan and Omega models are available now, and orders ship same day. However, once they sell out, you'll have to wait until November for a restock. So if you want to have the chair in the months leading up to Cyberpunk's release, you'll probably need to place your order fairly quickly.
The Omega version costs $449 and is recommended for those under 5 feet 11 inches tall and supports up to 240 pounds. It has Secretlab's "snug fit" curved seat cushion. The Titan model costs $489 and is designed for those who are 6 feet 7 inches tall or shorter and is graded to support up to 289 pounds of weight.
Secretlab's Cyberpunk 2077 gaming chair is just one of many themed products you can order now ahead of the game's release on November 19. You can check out our Cyberpunk 2077 merch guide to see more cool products. If you haven't ordered your copy of the game, our Cyberpunk 2077 pre-order guide has all of the information you need to know about bonuses and the various editions up for grabs.
Also, if you're not interested in spending close to $500 on a gaming chair, we've rounded up the best budget gaming chairs under $200.
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