The Secretlab Omega is a new gaming chair from Singaporean company Secretlab and features leather-covered seats, generous foam padding and plenty of adjustable features.
The Omega wouldn't look out of place in an office setting thanks to its less flashy colors. It retails for S$469 in Singapore; this converts to around $360, £235 and AU$495. There are currently plans to ship it to countries in Southeast Asia and perhaps Australia in the future, though no word yet for the UK or the US.
As it's a gaming chair, the Omega features a profile that resembles the seats used in racing cars.
The Stealth version of the Omega features carbon fiber textures.
Like most normal chairs, the Omega can be adjusted for height.
The tilt feature is also pretty good, letting you lean way back.
You can also adjust the backrest backwards, turning the Omega into a comfortable napping chair.
The armrests can be adjusted for height, and you can also slide the rest in four different directions as well as the angle. It's ridiculously customizable.
This lever controls the backrest.
The legs are made of metal, and can be a tad uncomfortable if you plan to rest your feet on them.
You can also adjust both armrests to be of different heights.