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Aeron Chair by Herman Miller - Highly Adjustable Graphite Frame - with PostureFit - Carbon Classic (Medium)

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  • The new benchmark in the arena of ergonomic office, seating
  • Highly Adjustable Model: Adjustable Arms, PostureFit, Forward Tilt, Tilt Limiter
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 26 x 25 x 26 inches ; 55 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 57 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Origin: Made in USA
  • ASIN: B003M1C7XW
  • Item model number: Aeron Chair Highly Adjustable Size B
  • Average Customer Review: 3.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (95 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #67,270 in Home & Kitchen (See Top 100 in Home & Kitchen)
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Why such a low price? These Fully-Adjustable Aeron chairs may have been used for our internal sales training or on our showroom floor for product demonstration. These Aeron chairs are indistinguishable from new, and have been fully inspected by a trained Herman Miller technician, and come with a full 12-year warranty!


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Customer Reviews

Overall, getting a "commercial quality" chair is worth it.
decisivemoment
I can move the arm pads out of the way when I don't need them by lowering them all the way down Cons: (#1) Doesn't provide much upper back support.
Manish Kumar
In my fifteen years of office work- there is no better office chair to sit in and relax without stress points and sweat on your back and legs.
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497 of 503 people found the following review helpful By Bookworm on June 20, 2008
I understand why the Aeron gets mixed reviews for comfort, and have come to peace with this. For years, I have sat in my company's Aerons, for hours at a time, and loved them. They were comfortable and I wanted one. So, I bought one. I brought it home, sat in it, and within 10 minutes my legs were tingling and after an hour my back and legs were aching. I tried the chair again the next day and had the same problem. The model I bought was a size "B" Aeron. I returned it today for a size "C" (1.5 inches longer seat depth). Now, my legs feel fine. So what gives?

The Caveat: If the Herman Miller sizing chart shows you to be an A/B or B/C - in other words, capable of using a B or C sized seat in my case, watch out. While you might normally think this means that you could 'theoretically' fit in either seat, what it really means is you have a borderline condition and you need to dig deeper. The B sized seat was painful for me, even though the chart implied I would be comfortable with that size. On the front of the Aeron seat, below the mesh, is a foam crescent-shaped insert. If you get the wrong sized seat (for your actual needs, not for what the chart says), the foam crescent applies a LOT of pressure on the exact wrong part of your thighs. I found the pressure from the B sized seat crescent to be absolutely intolerable. Fortunately, my local retailer let me swap the chair out.

The C size seat adds about 1.5 inches to the seat depth (the distance from the front edge to the rear edge) and, on me, that extra distance moves the crescent forward enough to shift the pressure point to a part of my leg that is less sensitive. I now have no pain in my legs. The point to all this?
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125 of 127 people found the following review helpful By Manish Kumar on January 17, 2009
Pros: (#1) Posturefit provides excellent lower back support. (#2) *Full* warranty for 12 years makes it a good, long term investment. (#3) Excellent range of adjustments & features. Forward tilt makes reaching for the keyboard & mouse comfortable & ergonomic. (#4) Well-designed arm pads. I can move the arm pads out of the way when I don't need them by lowering them all the way down

Cons: (#1) Doesn't provide much upper back support. (#2) With the correct chair size, pellicle mesh & hard plastic frame are good but still not as comfortable as memory foam. (#3) The chair is susceptible to defects and breaking down. When my new chair arrived from an authorized dealer, the locking mechanism for forward tilt was faulty.

Other thoughts: (1)Given pro #2 and con #3, buy from an authorized dealer. Warranty is a big part in justifying the cost. Chances are that at some point the chair will need repair and without warranty the individual parts are very expensive! (2) Try the chair in person for at least 30 minutes to find the size best for you. (3) Herman Miller has a semi-annual sale after Thanksgiving & in June that is 15% off for their products like the Aeron.
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136 of 144 people found the following review helpful By decisivemoment on December 5, 2008
I evaluated this chair, HM Mirra, both the original and version 2 models of the Steelcase Leap, and Humanscale Liberty and Freedom chairs, and ended up with a used original Steelcase Leap high-back.

The Aeron is a good design in my view. But when you're picking out a chair bear in mind the following:

1. Aeron is based on the principle of a rocking chair. The back does recline slightly as you rock back (that is to say, the angle between back and seat increases as you rock back) and that's ergonomically sound as far as sitting in the chair is concerned, but for a desktop computer user it will lower you quite a bit relative to the screen especially since the pivot is close to the front of the seat. The good news is that back support stays very consistent because the back and the seat keep touching each other through the movement. The other models are basically recliners; the seat pan slides slightly forward but does not go down, while the back lowers, so you stay more level with the computer. Downside is that lower back support on recliners weakens as you recline because the pan and back separate a bit. You will in my view retain slightly better posture in a reclined position in the Aeron than you will reclined in other chairs.

2. Particularly concerned about lower back support? Aeron's PostureFit and their standard lumbar are both better than the competition in my view. PostureFit is good for an upright sitter but a bit uncomfortable though when reclining. The standard lumbar is uncomfortable set in its standard position; lower it all the way and it is does what I feel it should do.

3. Because of the mesh, Aeron is not particularly well shaped around the upper back.
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57 of 62 people found the following review helpful By Ask Bjørn Hansen VINE VOICE on March 6, 2005
When I get home and is exhausted with my back and whatnot killing me, where do I go? Not to the couch and not to the bed; I plump down in my Aeron chair to get relief. Mine has the old lumbar support, but I'm looking into getting the new "posture fit" back support thing; I tried it in the store and at least for me it seems much nicer.

Regarding the bad review here, I suspect the reviewer didn't put in the time to figure out the best settings or -- worse -- keeps the chair too high and didn't get a foot rest. You can't have your feet dangling in the air, that'll mess you up no matter which chair you sit in!

There are many good chairs now competing with the Aeron, some of them cheaper, but at least for me there's no doubt it's so worth it.
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