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Pokémon x Secretlab Release Limited-Edition Pikachu and Charizard Gaming Chairs – HYPEBEAST

Secretlab has debuted two limited-edition gaming chairs in celebration of Pokémon’s 25th anniversary.

The collection combines Secretlab’s popular TITAN Evo 2022 model with beloved Pokémons Pikachu and Charizard.

Upholstered in a hybrid leatherette, each chair comes with the chosen Pokémon stitched into the backrest and embossed on the chair’s side panels. On the shoulder of the chair are two Poké Balls.

Available in sizes small and regular, the Pokémon collection will launch with a limited quantity in Japan first. Fans unable to get their hands on a gaming chair will be able to register their interest to stay updated on future launches.

The Pokémon Company has collaborated with brands on a series of exclusive product releases. In October, Pokémon teamed up with HYPEBEAST to create a special capsule collection of apparel and accessories.

The Pokémon #025 Pikachu and Pokémon #006 Charizard chairs are available now on Secretlab’s website.

In other gaming news, Japan is opening its first esports high school.

Source: https://hypebeast.com/2021/12/pokemon-secretlab-gaming-chairs-pikachu-charizard

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