It’s 2024.

No one should buy a chair designed for just one task.

Most ergonomic chairs today are still based on design theories that have been outdated since the 21st century.

With their origins in the 1970s, they were created for one single purpose — and one single posture. Working at typewriters. Or hunched over paperwork.

A man sitting on a traditional ergonomic chair in a 1970s office and typing.

Today, we’re doing so much more.

From video calls to gaming, streaming Netflix, playing the guitar, texting, and even napping, we spend over 12 hours a day seated in front of our desks.

A good chair should never place any limits on posture changes. Thoughtful ergonomic design lets you switch between multiple activities and change postures effortlessly, so you can do it all.

A man sitting on a Secretlab TITAN Evo ergonomic chair while working on his tablet. A man sitting on a Secretlab TITAN Evo ergonomic chair while working on his tablet.

A modern approach to ergonomic design

Ergonomic support for multiple activities.

Across any posture.

The idea of support for multiple postures and activities is at the heart of every Secretlab chair. Our ergonomic chairs let you adopt the most optimal posture for the task at hand, whether it’s sitting upright, cross-legged, or in full recline.

Secretlab chairs were originally designed for the most demanding professional gamers who spent over 16 hours a day seated. But the myriad design decisions and ergonomic refinements we obsessed over will benefit anyone who spends long hours seated at their desk.

The Secretlab TITAN Evo has since found its way into the homes of over 3 million users worldwide, many of them non-gamers.

Two men sitting on the Secretlab TITAN Evo, one upright and one reclining.

Stress migration theory

“The best posture is your next posture.”

  • Professor Stuart M. McGill
  • Ph.D. (Kinesiology (Biomechanics))
  • Distinguished Professor Emeritus, University of Waterloo

When you spend over 12 hours a day seated in the same position, no matter how optimal, stress builds up on your body.

Movement is crucial to relieving this strain.

TITAN Evo is designed to promote natural posture changes and movement.

We also take care to ensure every element of TITAN Evo is quick and easy to adjust. Our tilt, height, and recline adjustments are intuitively positioned within arm’s reach. You can effortlessly change your posture throughout the day as you switch between activities and move freely.

4D armrests

4D armrests

Fully adjustable in four directions

Multi-tilt mechanism

Multi-tilt mechanism

Lockable tilt angle

Backrest recline

Backrest recline

Full 165° of angle adjustments

4-way L-ADAPT™ Lumbar Support System

4-way L-ADAPT™ Lumbar Support System

Moves up, down, in, and out

Magnetic Memory Foam Head Pillow

Magnetic Memory Foam Head Pillow

Magnetically adjustable by 155mm

Re-engineered Class 4 hydraulics

Re-engineered Class 4 hydraulics

Adjustable range of 100mm

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United States Ergonomics Certified logo
United States Ergonomics Certified

Certified by US Ergonomics 

The Secretlab TITAN Evo is certified by United States Ergonomics to provide measurable ergonomic benefits to the user by improving comfort and fit and minimizing risk factors that may cause injuries. United States Ergonomics certification indicates that leading experts in the field of ergonomics back TITAN Evo. 

Experts have subjected TITAN Evo to rigorous, objective tests in adherence to guidelines established by the International Ergonomics Association. This ensures it meets or exceeds standards derived from published literature and principles of ergonomics, biomechanics, and human factors.

Patent-pending cold-cure foam

Why we choose foam over mesh

Most ergonomic task chairs are constructed from mesh. Because for years, mesh was thought to be superior. But recent research has shown that carefully engineered foam can outperform mesh.

Recent research by the University of California, Berkeley suggests no significant differences between the two in key areas such as comfort, discomfort, pain, and fatigue.

In fact, foam was found to have some unique advantages. When engineered properly, foam edges out mesh in terms of pressure distribution and relief.

The Berkeley researchers also found that foam was reported to be significantly more supportive over time, suggesting that it is more suitable for long hours of sitting — a crucial factor for gamers, creators, professionals, and anyone looking for a good chair.

That’s why the Secretlab TITAN Evo employs a high-density foam mix. Our patent-pending cold-cure foam is deliberately engineered to be medium-firm, for the perfect blend of comfort and performance.

The Secretlab TITAN Evo gaming chair is being tested in a lab for even pressure distribution.

Every detail matters

How we obsessively design for comfort throughout your 12-hour days

When you sit on a Secretlab chair, you’re feeling the hundreds of tiny design decisions that we obsessed over, again and again.

From the deliberately sculpted backrest that follows the horizontal curve of your shoulders to our lumbar system’s Y-shaped lattice of living hinges that intelligently adapts to your movements, every single detail on the Secretlab TITAN Evo comes together to make a big difference.


Hours of R&D

25,000+


Number of prototypes

932


Hours spent on testing

50,000+

Secretlab Ergonomics Advisory Board

Our Ergonomics Advisory Board of independent experts works with our engineers on detailed ergonomic studies and product development reviews. So our designs always incorporate the latest technologies in ergonomic science.

A woman on Secretlab's Ergonomics Advisory Board in a meeting room explaining the science behind ergonomic comfort and performance.
A profile picture of Dr. Jordan Tsai, a member of Secretlab's Ergonomics Advisory Board.

“For better ergonomic health, your body should be moving frequently, even when seated. Variability of posture is more important than maintaining 'perfect posture.'

Dr. Jordan Tsai
Board Certified Orthopedic Clinical Specialist
Esports Physical Therapist
Founder of Respawn Therapy

A profile picture of Dr. Lindsey Migliore, a member of Secretlab's Ergonomics Advisory Board.

Constant changes to your sitting posture are integral to healthy sitting. Avoid a seat that keeps you locked in a single sitting posture.”

Dr. Lindsey Migliore
Esports Medicine and PM&R Physician
Founder of GamerDoc

A profile picture of Dr. James Goh, a member of Secretlab's Ergonomics Advisory Board.

“I use the Secretlab TITAN Evo chair daily when I work. We should never restrict ourselves to a particular sitting position — no matter how optimal — for long hours.”

Dr. James Goh
PhD of Bioengineering and Biomedical Engineering
Emeritus Professor, National University of Singapore

A profile picture of Dr. Jordan Tsai, a member of Secretlab's Ergonomics Advisory Board.

“For better ergonomic health, your body should be moving frequently, even when seated. Variability of posture is more important than maintaining 'perfect posture.'

Dr. Jordan Tsai
Board Certified Orthopedic Clinical Specialist
Esports Physical Therapist
Founder of Respawn Therapy

A profile picture of Dr. Lindsey Migliore, a member of Secretlab's Ergonomics Advisory Board.

Constant changes to your sitting posture are integral to healthy sitting. Avoid a seat that keeps you locked in a single sitting posture.”

Dr. Lindsey Migliore
Esports Medicine and PM&R Physician
Founder of GamerDoc

A profile picture of Dr. James Goh, a member of Secretlab's Ergonomics Advisory Board.

“I use the Secretlab TITAN Evo chair daily when I work. We should never restrict ourselves to a particular sitting position — no matter how optimal — for long hours.”

Dr. James Goh
PhD of Bioengineering and Biomedical Engineering
Emeritus Professor, National University of Singapore

Whitepapers

Every Secretlab chair is grounded in research into the mechanisms of back pain and how people move in their seats throughout the day. Dive into the details behind science-backed ergonomic design and how a good chair should adapt to support you.

The science of stress: How to reduce back pain while sitting

Cover page of Dr. Stuart McGill's ergonomic whitepaper titled 'The science of stress: How to reduce back pain while sitting.' Cover page of Dr. Stuart McGill's ergonomic whitepaper titled 'The science of stress: How to reduce back pain while sitting.'

Abstract
This paper aims to address the mechanisms of back pain, what one should do for back pain while sitting, and the ideal sitting posture. As it turns out, there is no ideal sitting posture given the variance in body types, past injury, and pain history. The optimal sitting posture is one that continually changes. To that end, a good chair should not be task-specific and must support you across multiple tasks, including watching television, gaming, business meetings, and more.

The science of stress: How to reduce back pain while sitting

Professor Stuart M. McGill

Ph.D. (Kinesiology (Biomechanics))
Distinguished Professor Emeritus, University of Waterloo

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Ergonomic considerations: What makes a “good” gaming chair?

Cover page of Dr. Lindsey Migliore's whitepaper titled 'What makes a good gaming chair?' Cover page of Dr. Lindsey Migliore's whitepaper titled 'What makes a good gaming chair?'

Abstract
Pain while gaming is incredibly prevalent, with 42% of collegiate esports athletes experiencing neck and back discomfort. Ergonomics addresses this concern by applying the science of design to ensure a comfortable, pain-free gaming experience. Seats made out of foam significantly decrease the pressure exerted on the body. Furthermore, chairs with lumbar support and adjustable armrests lead to greater comfort and an improved experience overall.

Ergonomic considerations: What makes a “good” gaming chair?

Dr. Lindsey Migliore

Esports Medicine and PM&R Physician
Founder of GamerDoc

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Promoting movement: An adjustable seat for good sitting ergonomics

Cover page of Secretlab whitepaper titled 'Why your chair should encourage movement for good sitting ergonomics.' Cover page of Secretlab whitepaper titled 'Why your chair should encourage movement for good sitting ergonomics.'

Abstract
With more people adopting a sedentary lifestyle, there is a growing need to analyze whether their chairs are aiding them in achieving good sitting ergonomics. A well-designed chair should be equipped to adjust to users of diverse body types and sitting habits, across a variety of tasks. A dynamic sitting posture alleviates pressure on your body and reduces the risk of musculoskeletal disorders.

Promoting movement: An adjustable seat for good sitting ergonomics

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The science of stress: How to reduce back pain while sitting

Cover page of Dr. Stuart McGill's ergonomic whitepaper titled 'The science of stress: How to reduce back pain while sitting.' Cover page of Dr. Stuart McGill's ergonomic whitepaper titled 'The science of stress: How to reduce back pain while sitting.'

Abstract
This paper aims to address the mechanisms of back pain, what one should do for back pain while sitting, and the ideal sitting posture. As it turns out, there is no ideal sitting posture given the variance in body types, past injury, and pain history. The optimal sitting posture is one that continually changes. To that end, a good chair should not be task-specific and must support you across multiple tasks, including watching television, gaming, business meetings, and more.

The science of stress: How to reduce back pain while sitting

Professor Stuart M. McGill

Ph.D. (Kinesiology (Biomechanics))
Distinguished Professor Emeritus, University of Waterloo

Download PDF  

Ergonomic considerations: What makes a “good” gaming chair?

Cover page of Dr. Lindsey Migliore's whitepaper titled 'What makes a good gaming chair?' Cover page of Dr. Lindsey Migliore's whitepaper titled 'What makes a good gaming chair?'

Abstract
Pain while gaming is incredibly prevalent, with 42% of collegiate esports athletes experiencing neck and back discomfort. Ergonomics addresses this concern by applying the science of design to ensure a comfortable, pain-free gaming experience. Seats made out of foam significantly decrease the pressure exerted on the body. Furthermore, chairs with lumbar support and adjustable armrests lead to greater comfort and an improved experience overall.

Ergonomic considerations: What makes a “good” gaming chair?

Dr. Lindsey Migliore

Esports Medicine and PM&R Physician
Founder of GamerDoc

Download PDF  

Promoting movement: An adjustable seat for good sitting ergonomics

Cover page of Secretlab whitepaper titled 'Why your chair should encourage movement for good sitting ergonomics.' Cover page of Secretlab whitepaper titled 'Why your chair should encourage movement for good sitting ergonomics.'

Abstract
With more people adopting a sedentary lifestyle, there is a growing need to analyze whether their chairs are aiding them in achieving good sitting ergonomics. A well-designed chair should be equipped to adjust to users of diverse body types and sitting habits, across a variety of tasks. A dynamic sitting posture alleviates pressure on your body and reduces the risk of musculoskeletal disorders.

Promoting movement: An adjustable seat for good sitting ergonomics

Download PDF  

Engineered for today's gamer, creator, and hybrid worker

Explore how every element of the Secretlab TITAN Evo is designed to support you across everything you do.

The Secretlab TITAN Evo ergonomic chair pictured in three sizes: Small, Regular, and XL.

One chair. Three sizes.

Find the perfect fit

A close-up look at the Secretlab TITAN Evo's proprietary pebble seat base. It is shaped to give you room to move.

Proprietary pebble seat base

The support you need with the freedom to move

A look at the Secretlab TITAN Evo's full-length backrest. It is ergonomically sculpted to follow the natural horizontal curve of your shoulders.

Full-length ergonomic backrest

Intentionally sculpted to follow the natural horizontal curve of your shoulders

An X-ray view of the Secretlab TITAN Evo's 4-way adaptive lumbar support system and its Y-shaped lattice.

L-ADAPT™ lumbar support system

Personalized support for your lower back

The Secretlab TITAN Evo ergonomic chair in Cookies & Cream and Stealth. The Secretlab TITAN Evo ergonomic chair in Cookies & Cream and Stealth.

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Founder's Note

“In 2024, no one should buy a computer chair that only allows them to do one thing — sit upright in the same posture for 12 hours. A Secretlab chair is built to support movement, adapting to you through the full range of postures.”

Ian Alexander Ang
Co-founder & CEO, Secretlab

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