This Targaryen Throne Is Sheathed in Dragon Scales
On August 21, HBO’s House of the Dragon, a prequel to the hit Game of Thrones series, premiered worldwide, with episode one being described as a “traumatic start to an explosive show.” Now, Secretlab has just released the Secretlab TITAN Evo 2022 House of the Dragon Edition gaming chair, one of the most detailed designs it ever made, and arguably the most regal and menacing yet.
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Sheathed in Dragon Scale
In terms of design, our favorite feature on the gaming chair is the black dragon scale leather on the sides of the backrest and seat base, complemented with an intricate black velvet floral pattern, both resting on Secretlab’s classic black Hybrid Leatherette that’s engineered to last longer than most PU leathers—we’ve been using a similar Hybrid Leatherette from Secretlab for over a year and it has not shown any signs of wear and tear on the leather.
The black-on-black colorway is punctuated by striking blood-red sigils of House Targaryen emblazoned on the backrest’s front and back. Secretlab and HBO decided to make a huge statement with the most intricate and elaborate design carefully embroidered on the back part of the backrest. Silver embroidery was used to outline the dragon’s claws and back ridges, as well as the shield around the three-headed dragon sigil. The show’s title is also embroidered below the sigil using shiny silver thread. Of all gaming chairs Secretlab has ever made, the Secretlab TITAN Evo 2022 House of the Dragon Edition feels like the most imposing collab ever made.
Secretlab has carved a name in the gaming chair industry as a brand that does not compromise comfort for style. Just like its predecessors from the TITAN Evo 2022 series, the “Targayen Throne” gaming chair is engineered to adjust to your body’s comfort, not the other way around.
The chair has a full-length backrest that bends up to 165 degrees—perfect for when you want to take a break from work or gaming. It also has a multi-tilt mechanism that allows you to adjust the angle of the seat, which greatly reduces back pain caused by prolonged sitting in front of a desk or computer. Not found in any other brand of gaming chair is the built-in adjustable lumbar support on the Secretlab TITAN Evo 2022. This mechanism allows you to adjust the curvature on the backrest vertically and horizontally to support your lower back—no need to put pillows for your back.
The TITAN Evo 2022 House of the Dragon Edition also has magnetic features on the headrest pillow and armrests. The pillow automatically snaps into position on the part where your navel rests on the chair, so no need for straps that lose elasticity over time. The foam armrests are also magnetic and removable for easier cleaning.
Hybrid Leatherette Supremacy
Unlike other PU leathers commonly used on other chairs, Secretlab's Hybrid Leatherette boasts unparalleled supremacy. In July 2021, we acquired a Hybrid Leatherette version of the TITAN Evo 2022 and sat on it for at least 12 hours every day for work and gaming. After more than a year of use, the material is showing no signs of wear or tear, considering it has extensive regular contact with sweat and skin—a feat not many leather chair owners can boast of. We do clean it once a week with the Premium Leather Cleaner we also bought from Secretlab.
Closeup of Secretlab's Hybrid Leatherette on the TITAN Evo 2022
What we love about the Hybrid Leatherette upholstery is how it feels cool compared with other leather or PU leather materials. If you inspect the Hybrid Leatherette closely, you will notice tiny dimples on its surface that help cool your body when you sit on it.
House of the Dragon Gaming Chair Price
The House of the Dragon edition chair is available for sale retailing at P27,990 for Regular size on Secretlab’s official store in the Philippines. Fans of Games of Thrones can also check out other chairs in Secretlab’s Game of Thrones collection here.