One of the most iconic DC villains is getting a gaming chair skin!

Secretlab has the goods every gamer needs, with chairs designed to keep you comfy on your next raid night. The Titan Evo chair is known for its durability and personalized ergonomic support, offering three different sizes and 165 degrees of reclining. Secretlab also offers a whole assortment of skins — basically, chair covers — to make your setup truly yours. Now, a new Harley Quinn skin brings a favorite of the DC Comics rogues gallery to gaming.

The new Secretlab Skins Harley Quinn Edition is a much-anticipated follow-up to the company’s limited-edition Birds of Prey chair. Those who didn’t manage to get their hands on one of the 200 chairs can still bring some harlequin energy to their game room with this new skin. It features checkered diamonds, Harley Quinn’s name, and XOXO detailing. The chair sleeve is inspired by the character’s original appearance in Batman: The Animated Series.

If you find yourself wanting more than just a Harley Quinn skin, Secretlab has you covered with other pop culture collabs for further chair customization. With everything from a Naruto Akatsuki skin to a series of Harry Potter house designs, there’s something fit for every fandom!

The Secretlab Skins Harley Quinn Edition chair sleeve is available now, just two days after Batman Day. Embrace your inner Harley and game with the jester who’s captured hearts everywhere. Get your Quinn skin at the official Secretlab online store, and maybe browse some other collabs while you’re at it!


Revamp your game room, Harley Quinn style. Inspired by the Mistress of Mayhem's appearance in Batman: The Animated Series, this Secretlab backrest and seat sleeves slide onto your Secretlab TITAN Evo gaming chair and are secured with zippers for ultimate comfort.

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