Popular gaming chair brand Secretlab collaborates with the latest Batman 2022 film to release a new design for its TITAN Evo series of chairs.
As a result of the COVID-19 pandemic’s time constraints, gamers are upgrading their work-from-home setups by purchasing more expensive products. Improved lighting, audiovisual equipment, and coveted custom gaming chairs are all included in this category. Now, Secretlab, a popular gaming chair brand, has announced that it has collaborated with the recent Batman movie to bring a new design to one of its existing product lines.
Fans of Batman have been treated to a wide variety of films and animated series over the years. Because of the character’s enduring appeal across generations, DC regularly approves projects centered on the masked vigilante in addition to the regular output of comic book stories. The recent box office success of 2022 The Batman, which brought in $128 million in its opening weekend, prompted the announcement of merchandise like the Secretlab collaboration shortly thereafter.
The new Secretlab x ‘The Batman’ Movie product is now available for pre-order for all Batman fans, according to the brand’s official website. Secretlab’s TITAN Evo 2022 series, which also includes Superman and The Flash editions, is the basis for the custom seat and design. S$899 Singaporean Dollars (roughly $670 USD) get you your pick of three sizes: Small, Regular, and XL. A restock is scheduled for June 2022 for the first pre-order wave, which has already sold out.
There are no licensing issues with the Secretlab x ‘The Batman’ Movie gaming chair because it is an official product. The perforated details on the chair’s hybrid leatherette material are a clear nod to Robert Pattinson’s portrayal of Batman in the new Batsuit. The chair also has a specially designed Bat logo that magnetically attaches to the backrest, which will likely interest many fans. The Bat logo can be removed and displayed as a cool Batarang, making it a desirable collectible for fans.
Batman fans are clearly excited about the collaboration with Secretlab, as pre-orders are filling up quickly and stock is running low. As long as they keep making more of the product, there will be enough to satisfy the worldwide demand for Batman merchandise.