Secretlab has been creating gaming chairs since 2015 and in this review we take a look at their Omega model. The Omega sits in the middle of their line up and promises incredible comfort for long hours of use, top-quality materials, beautiful aesthetics and a no-nonsense warranty. It's currently on offer for £299 making it quite reasonable for a high end gaming chair, but can it live up to Secretlab's bold claims?
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- Foam type: High density cold cut
- Frame construction: Steel
- Upholstery material: PRIME PU leather
- Armrests: 4 directional Adjustable, soft PU coated
- Armrest size: 27cm x 10cm
- Mechanism: Multi tilt with tilt lock
- Hydraulics: Class 4, heavy duty gas piston
- Recline: 85-165°
- Lumbar cushion: Memory foam
- Head cushion: Velour
- Base: reinforced aluminium
- Casters: 6cm, PU Coated
- Recommended height: 160-180cm
- Maximum load: 110kg
- Package size: 82cm x 70cm x 37cm
- Weight: 30KG
- Warranty: 2 years
- OMEGA 2018 backrest
- OMEGA 2018 seatbase with armrests
- Aluminium wheelbase
- Multi-functional tilt mechanism
- Class 4 hydraulic piston
- Hydraulic sleeve
- Tilt levers
- 5x 6cm PU casters
- Side covers
- Screw set
- Velour head pillow
- Memory foam lumbar pillow
The Secretlab Omega can be found HERE for £299.
- Straightforward to assemble.
- Great build quality.
- Good support.
- Loads of adjustability.
- Very attractive design with plenty of colour choices.
- 2 year warranty.
- PU Leather not as thick as other models on the market.
- High cost.
- Lumbar pillow moves around.
- Seat is quite hard after a while.
KitGuru says: The Secretlab Omega has excellent build quality and is very good looking, however it can be a little hard if used for extended period of time.
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