Secretlab TITAN Evo Warhammer 40,000 Ultramarines Edition

Rejoice, Space Marines! You can now blast your way through Warhammer 40,000, board games, or put together your battalion of Space Marine figurines whilst seated on a Warhammer-themed throne (read: gaming chair) thanks to the Secretlab TITAN Evo Warhammer 40,000 Ultramarines Edition.

Secretlab TITAN Evo Warhammer 40,000 Ultramarines Edition

The Singapore-based gaming chair maker has partnered with Games Workshop to bring you the very first TITAN Evo gaming chair with an aesthetic inspired by Warhammer 40K.

The chair’s design is specifically inspired by the power armour of the Adeptus Astartes (Space Marines), featuring intricate detailing and iconic elements—from the signature Ultimate heraldry and purity seal to the vents and rivets in their suits—on a deep blue Secretlab NEO Hybrid Leatherette.

Just like the power armour it draws its inspiration, the chair is decorated with panel lines and where there are panel lines, you may find debossed and embroidered “rivets”. An Ultramarines Aquila symbol can be found embroidered on the front of the backrest and on the opposite side, around the back, it is there is the legion symbol of the Ultramarines with a laurel wreath.

Secretlab TITAN Evo Warhammer 40,000 Ultramarines Edition

The Ultramarines logo can also be found stitched on the left wing of the seat at the front. The chair is accented with black and gold which looks great against the deep blue hue. Rounding up the Warhammer 40K treatment is what I thought was the star design of this Warhammer 40K-themed gaming chair: the purity seal which is affixed to the left side of the headrest.

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Beyond the striking Warhammer 40K aesthetics, the Secretlab TITAN Evo Warhammer 40,000 Ultramarines Edition is the TITAN Evo gaming enthusiasts know and love. This means features like proprietary pebble seat base, patent-pending cold-cure foam, patent-pending 4-way L-ADAPT Lumbar Support System, magnetic foam head pillow, full-metal 4-D armrests with CloudSwap Replacement System, and more. The chair can, of course, be further customized.

If anyone’s down, the Secretlab TITAN Evo Warhammer 40,000 Ultramarines Edition gaming chair is offered in Regular and XL sizes and priced at US$624 and up.

Images: Secretlab.