You Can Now Buy Secretlab’s Super-Comfy Gaming Chairs In Australia

The Secretlab Omega Stealth is, by all accounts, an incredibly comfortable chair. It’s designed for long sessions of marathon gaming, and is washable to get rid of all the food and drink stains that come with hours in front of keyboard and mouse. The guys behind Secretlab are former competitive gamers who have suffered back issues with inferior chairs, and now you can buy their brainchild in Australia.

Secretlab is initially only bringing a single chair over to Australia — the gold-on-black leatherette Omega Stealth, which is built on a single sheet of ‘cold-cure’ foam with waterproof PU leatherette on top. It’s a ridiculously adjustable gaming chair, too, with a highly reclinable back and a triple-way tilt mechanism at the base, and armrests that can be adjusted up/down, left/right, and forwards/back.

Velour pillows for neck and back are included with every seat, too, so you’ll be sitting in business class comfort while you’re splashing heads all over the place in Call of Duty. Secretlab’s chairs are built for people 160-180cm in height and less than 110kg — although the company says it has people to up to 190cm happily using its chairs — and while the black leatherette version is currently the only one that you’ll be able to buy, it is produced internationally in white-on-black as well.

Secretlab has a promotional price for its soft Australian launch, which it’s doing in response to demand from Aussie customers looking for gaming chairs down under. Normally $629, the Secretlab Omega Stealth is $449 for a short time — with the first shipment arriving into the country on May 23. [Secretlab]

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