Secretlab Reveals New Superman and Flash Inspired Chairs

Just in time to celebrate DC FanDome this month, Secretlab has revealed two new chairs to add to their DC collaboration featuring the scarlet speedster and man of steel!

If you’ve enjoyed Secretlab’s Batman offerings, but have your heart set on a different DC comics character, your wait is almost over. Today, Secretlab has revealed a new Superman and The Flash inspired chairs to fill out your nerdy office space.

Secretlab supercharges its epic superhero lineup with all-new Superman and The Flash Edition chairs. Together with Warner Bros. Consumer Products and DC, Secretlab has created the world’s most comfortable chairs for fans of the DC Universe and two of the founding members of the Justice League.


Launching timed to DC FanDome 2021, which returns after its inaugural event last year garnered more than 22 million views globally, Superman and The Flash join Batman and The Joker in the Secretlab DC Collection. The line of chairs brings to life some of the most iconic Super Heroes and Super-Villains from the DC Universe. The complete collection is now available for the Secretlab 2022 Series in Small, Regular and XL1, so DC fans can kick back and relax with their favorite Super Hero (or Super-Villain).

Secretlab Superman Edition

Pay homage to the greatest Super Hero in comic book history. Upholstered in a moody storm blue, the Secretlab Superman Edition chair renders the House of El shield in metallic red and silver accents for striking contrast. A timeless design for a hero that transcends the ages.

Secretlab The Flash Edition

Celebrate the fastest man alive with the Secretlab The Flash Edition chair. Clad in a deep garnet red and detailed lightning accents, the chair is a perfect fit for fans of the fast-talking, timeline-altering, and multiverse-saving speedster.

Check out the full line-up and pricing info on these new chairs via Secretlab’s official DC Page.

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