Grab yourself PC Gamer's favorite gaming chair cheap this Cyber Monday

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Here at PC Gamer we love Secretlab—these seats regularly dominate our curation of the best gaming chairs, and they have some pretty great desks to boot. That said, if you want the best quality, you'll have to match the price tag, which is why Cyber Monday is an excellent time to pick yourself up a discounted gaming chair.

It can be tough to know which is the best for your tush or what desk is most suitable for your setup, and Secretlab is stuffed with products of all different shapes, sizes, and themes for you to choose from. But do aware that while the site is boasting huge discounts, they're mostly on some pretty egregious combinations. The more popular or standardised choices will net you a smaller discount, but we still recommend you snap up these Cyber Monday Secretlab deals while you can.

I've gone ahead and plucked some of the best combos that you can get your hands on right now, both in terms of style and savings. These are all chairs I would happily sit down in for hours and in fact, one of them I do! The same goes for their desks, too. All of these are fantastic investments and while I've selected certain fabrics or styles, you're free to customise them to suit your own financial or stylistic preferences. Just note that your discount may change depending on the options you pick. 

Best Cyber Monday Secretlab gaming chair deals

Secretlab Titan Evo 2022

Secretlab Titan Evo 2022 | Regular | Softweave Plus | Black | <a href="" data-link-merchant=""" target="_blank">$609 $504 at Secretlab (save $105)
Our all-time favourite gaming chair, the <a href="" data-link-merchant=""" data-link-merchant=""" target="_blank">Secretlab Titan Evo 2022 is unrivalled in its comfort, support and appearance. Three size options mean there should be a Titan Evo to suit everyone, and the magnetic cushion and covers are a lovely touch. If you're wanting the best of the best, look no further than this chair.

This discount is for the regular-sized chair in our favoured SoftWeave Plus fabric—the leatherette chair will reduce the discount a bit, as will sizing up to the XL. You can get a maximum of $240 off if you opt for the XL Worlds 2021 leatherette, but it's not exactly a style to everyone's taste.

Secretlab OMEGA 2020 Series Gaming Chair

Secretlab Omega 2020 | Small to Medium | Prime 2.0 PU Leather | K/DA All Out | <a href="" data-link-merchant=""" target="_blank">$569 $459 at Secretlab (save $110)
My personal chair from the Secretlab Omega 2020 series. I ditched my ratty old office chair for it last year and it's been the best investment I've made for my setup. It also finally let me get rid of my coccyx cushion, which is a bonus.

I love the iridescent accents on this chair and the leather is incredibly comfy and durable. It doesn't have the same built-in lumbar support as the Titan Evo 2022 but it comes with a soft velour lumbar cushion and head pillow that are amazing. The recline is also wickedly good, allowing me to be practically horizontal while watching a movie or taking a cheeky lunchtime nap.

If K/DA or League of Legends isn't your thing, the bad news is that all of Secretlab's classic styles are out of stock right now. If you're into your themed chairs, there are options including Overwatch, Game of Thrones, Batman and even some esport teams. They're all cheaper than my chair too which means an even bigger discount. Nice!

SecretLab NeueChair Ergonomic Office Computer Chair

NeueChair| 29kg weight capacity | Silver polished ADC12 aluminium  | <a href="" data-link-merchant=""" target="_blank">$799 $609 at Secretlab (save $190)
Are you looking for something a little more professional? Secretlab's also a dab hand at office chairs thanks to its NeueChair series. Its design is incredibly unassuming, but beneath a bland exterior lies a ridiculously sturdy and well-made seating experience. It's easy to assemble with every aspect of the seat being adjustable. This discount is for the slightly flashier chrome/silver, with its more sleek obsidian sibling requiring an extra $100. It's one of the best office chairs around though, effortlessly combining Secretlab's excellent function with a more toned-down form.

Best Cyber Monday Secretlab desk deals

Secretlab Magnus

Secretlab Magnus Metal Desk| 59-inch length | Stealth Magpad Desk Mat  | <a href="" data-link-merchant=""" target="_blank">$729 $588 at Secretlab (save $141)
Secretlab is ace at making chairs, and turns out is also churning out some of the best desks in the business. The Magnus is a wonderfully sleek and stylish metal desk, boasting a magnetic cable management system that'll have even the messiest PC gamers looking well put together.

It comes with a full-length cable management tray that lets you discretely store away all those wires, with the option to purchase some lovely magnetic cable ties that help keep everything in place. It's a brilliantly sturdy desk at a length that's big enough for your setup but small enough to tuck into most spaces.

It's gorgeously minimalistic, premium, and well worth the money if you're looking for something durable while you game, work or study. Thanks to a Cyber Monday deal you can also get a Magpad desk mat for much cheaper than usual. It's a lovely plush leatherette mat that uses that clever magnetism to anchor itself in place. I've included the standard black one as part of this deal, but you can go without for a cheaper checkout or splurge a bit extra on a special themed mat. 

Secretlab Magnus Pro XL

Secretlab Magnus Pro | Sit-to-stand | Stealth Magpad Desk Mat  | <a href="" data-link-merchant=""" target="_blank">$989 $848 at Secretlab (save $141)
The original, somewhat smaller version of the Magnus Pro XL—one of the most genuinely impressive gaming desks we've ever run across—the SecretLab Magnus Pro measures 59.1" x 27.6" (compared to 70.0" x 31.5" for the Pro XL). That's still a good size for a desktop, and plenty of room for most applications.

The Magnus Pro is a sit-to-stand desk, with an integrated control panel enabling manual electronic height adjustments as well as three presets, so you can just punch a button and get straight to the height you want. It's also got a built-in power supply column, a cable management tray that runs the full length of the desktop, and a "magnetic ecosystem," which basically means that there's a whole bunch of accessories (mostly cable management stuff) that slaps onto the desk magnetically. Very convenient.

Not everyone needs a desk like this, but if you do, this is one worth looking at. The $848 price we've listed includes the Signature Stealth desk mat—you can forgo that and save a few bucks, but honestly if you're dropping $800 on a sweet desk like this, you might as well finish it off properly with a nice topper.

Secretlab SoftWave Fabric Wipes | Water-based | Anti-static | 20 wipes per pack | Clean up yer mess |$25$20 (save $5)

Secretlab SoftWave Fabric Wipes | Water-based | Anti-static | 20 wipes per pack | Clean up yer mess | <a href="" data-link-merchant=""" target="_blank">$25 $20 (save $5)
You know what happens with chairs? They get dirty. Doesn't matter how expensive or how fancy, sooner or later somebody's gonna dump something on it. That's where these wipes come in: A specially-formulated, one-step cleaning solution, handy for both regular maintenance and unanticipated catastrophe. After all, you spent a pile of money for a really nice chair—why let it get disgusting?
(Got a leatherette chair rather than fabric? Try Secretlab's <a href="" data-link-merchant=""" data-link-merchant=""" target="_blank">leather wipes instead—different stuff, same price.)

Mollie Taylor
Features Producer

Mollie spent her early childhood deeply invested in games like Killer Instinct, Toontown and Audition Online, which continue to form the pillars of her personality today. She joined PC Gamer in 2020 as a news writer and now lends her expertise to write a wealth of features, guides and reviews with a dash of chaos. She can often be found causing mischief in Final Fantasy 14, using those experiences to write neat things about her favourite MMO. When she's not staring at her bunny girl she can be found sweating out rhythm games, pretending to be good at fighting games or spending far too much money at her local arcade.