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SecretLab's Titan XXS Is a Tiny Gaming Chair For Kids or Pets

SecretLabs Titan XXS sitting next to the original
(Image credit: Secretabs)

It seems to be the year of fake products becoming a reality. Following Microsoft making an Xbox Series X mini fridge that sold out instantly, chair company Secret Labs is making a tiny version of its Titan chair, the Titan XXS.

The Titan XXS is a 1:2 scale model of the Titan Evo chair, seemingly aimed at children or ridiculously spoiled pets.

The whole thing started as a joke when SecretLabs posted about a "Titan Xxxxxs" on April Fools' Day, so that you could "pamper your kid or fur baby." The XXS, which will be sold in limited quantities, is not quite as small.

The chair has child-safe locking casters to prevent too much rolling around as well as adjustable-height armrests. This is a working chair that supports people up to 5'2" and 154 pounds (70 kg).

On its site, SecretLabs claims that the Titan XXS is designed as a collectible but can still be used safely by children. It's also backed by a five-year warranty. I don't know who is buying a chair just to put on display, though.

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The SecretLabs Titan XXS in pink and its wheels

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The SecretLabs Titan XXS in pink and its wheels

(Image credit: SecretLabs)



The Titan XXS comes in three colors: stealth (a fancy name for black) in leatherette, while frost blue and plush pink each come in SecretLab's SoftWeave Plus fabric. As of this writing, the stealth option is $299, while the other two cost $319. Blue and black are in stock for shipping now, while the pink version is estimated to ship on December 8.

Andrew E. Freedman

Andrew E. Freedman is a senior editor at Tom's Hardware focusing on laptops, desktops and gaming. He also keeps up with the latest news. A lover of all things gaming and tech, his previous work has shown up in Tom's Guide, Laptop Mag, Kotaku, PCMag and Complex. among others. Follow him on Twitter: @FreedmanAE

  • Colif
    Gaming chairs are a waste of money now... so lets expand market and capture more victims before people work out they almost all cheap chairs made for cheap in China and sold for way more than they cost to make. Office chairs are better value, may not have speakers or rgb but you won't hate idea of sitting in them in one years time. (unless they cheap too)

    looks for facepalm emote.
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  • Phaaze88
    Poor kids are at risk of screwing their backs up early...
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