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Embody Chair by Herman Miller - Home Office Desk Task Chair with Adjustable Arms - White Frame Titanium Base Upgraded Mango Balance Fabric


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  • NEW Ready to Assemble - Embody Standard Height, Adjustable Arms, Titanium Base, White Frame, Upgraded Mango Balance Fabric - CN222AWAAXT91BB3503
  • Embody lets your body move and keeps you well supported, because your mind works best when you move freely
  • Blood circulates better, heart rate goes down, more oxygen flows to the brain, and there is no distracting discomfort or physical constraint.
  • New tilt technology. Embody's rotation points are within the seat and back, and the base of the back remains fixed relative to the seat
  • Consistent support. Whether you lean forward or recline, your lower back support remains constant

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Product Details

  • Shipping Weight: 61.2 pounds
  • ASIN: B002OG8TBU
  • Item model number: Embody Mango Balance CN222AWAAXT91BB3503
  • Average Customer Review: 3.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (10 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,533,863 in Home & Kitchen (See Top 100 in Home & Kitchen)
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NEW Ready to Assemble - Embody Standard Height, Adjustable Arms, Titanium Base, White Frame, Upgraded Mango Balance Fabric - CN222AWAAXT91BB3503 You point. You click. You fixate on your computer screen. And you sit still for hours. Mesmerized. Your body screams, "Move!"--unless you're seated in Embody. Designed specifically for people who sit at computers, Embody makes you feel like you're floating. It promotes health-positive sitting, creating harmony between you and your computer to help you focus on your work and think more clearly. In fact, it's the first work chair that supports your body and your mind. Working recline posture. Embody encourages this most healthful posture for computer users; working recline reduces compression of the spine and slows fluid loss from discs; plus, your head stays in line with your computer display. Narrow backrest. Your arms move unimpeded, adding comfort and encouraging additional air movement into the lungs to feed your brain. Supporting You Naturally Mimics the spine. The back is "alive," adapting to the shape and movement of your spine; it automatically adjusts to your shifting positions and supports you through the full range of working postures. Backfit adjustment. No matter what your spinal curvature, this adjustment lets you achieve a neutral, balanced posture and stay aligned with your computer display. Gentle contact. Embody has no hard, rigid frames; edges flex so there is no pressure on your legs and arms.

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Customer Reviews

If you adjust it to support your upper back, the chair flattens out and looses all of its lumbar support.
M
I really liked the Leap Chair too, but the local dealer couldn't let me try it at home before I bought it, so I went for the Mirra instead.
Sisyphus
The upper support of the seat back, even after many adjustments, still creates an irritating pressure on my shoulder blades.
Jimmie

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

15 of 15 people found the following review helpful By Jan P. on December 19, 2010
Let's first admit that it's an expensive chair. Not ridiculously so, but still out of the range for most. I had an Aeron at my previous office, and was using a cheap Aeron knockoff for a couple of years after that. I liked the aeron when I got it, but have to say that this chair is much more comfortable. The aeron was more ascetic - correct for posture and all that, but still a bit lean. The Embody is...softer and firmer at the same time. It's not that there's more padding, but the suspension system they use sure makes it feel that way - it's firm and only yields where it should, and that is the essence of this chair. As someone noted, with the armrests it can be annoying that when you lean heavily to one side, and grab the other side's armrest it can pop out of position. Easy enough to move it back, but it does seem a bit sloppy. Otherwise, as you might expect, the chair is of solid (and weighty) design.

I've pretty much worked in one office or another for the past 30 years, and that means a lot of different chairs. This is the best office chair I've ever sat in. Not that I think I ever really complained about any of my previous chairs - it's more that I didnt care then, but am pleased now.
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10 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Janet Chang on December 6, 2010
This is absolutely GREAT!! I owned an aeron chair, and tried on mirra several times, also compared it to other chairs like setu, leap etc. but this is the best one.

The adjustment is crucial, for the first month I own it, I didn't feel any extraordinary about this, and become frustrated because of the money I paid, then I have a friend coming from HM to help me adjust it right. O man, it jumped from "normal" into "wonderful". The whole back curve is adjustable, and it fit my back perfectly. After I sit on my old dinning chair for like a whole afternoon I returned to my embody, I can feel the sore and stressed muscle on my back being hugged by the chair and it just feels everything return right.

I used to be a terrible forward-leaning working person, that's why my lumbar got some issue even before I reached my 30. That's why I am quite picky about my working chair. Aeron did a good job, but Embody is better. Embody helped me to recline much much more than I used to, just because my back feel great leaning on it. I turned to recline caz I love the feeling of my back being fully touched and fully hugged. It's not too stiff but not too soft (somewhat I don't like Aeron is its back is harder than embody, I don't like the feeling of "pushing" when I sit), just right at that point.

I didn't have back pain after whole day working on Embody, which is the best thing about it.

Absolutely a full score. Once you adjust it right, it is the best ever.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Kimberly I. on November 21, 2010
I've had this chair for about a year now and I use it at home in my home office. I think it looks great. If I'm paying this much for a chair, I want it to look different and evoke questions or comments, which is usually does. When you sit in it, it really does support your back. I can feel the support from the base of my spine all the way through my shoulders. So at the end of the day, my upper back isn't sore like when I go into the office.

Each and every piece is movable to fit your body. So it's really easy to adjust it just how you like it. I also liked that I could pick the fabric color and the color of the "spine". If this is in your budget, you won't be disappointed. Now I just want one for my office at work.
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9 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Sisyphus on February 14, 2011
Let me begin by saying this: I really wanted to like this chair; it shows great workmanship, its made of high quality materials and it looks sublime!

That being said, everything is ruined by one major engineering flaw: the firmness of the lumbar support is not adjustable. Unlike other Herman Miller models (i.e Mirra chair), you cant adjust the lumbar support itself, you can only indirectly adjust it by adjusting the inclination of the whole back panel of the chair.

All in all, if the lumbar support is too firm for your back, this chair is gonna be hell; but if you are lucky and the lumbar support is a perfect fit for your lower back, this chair is gonna be heaven. Are you willing to take a gamble for the price of this chair ? Especially when other great chairs, like Herman Miller's Mirra Chair and Steelcase's Leap Chair, also uses great technology, have a lower price and have a truly adjustable lumbar support!

I returned the Embody Chair and bought the Mirra Chair. I really liked the Leap Chair too, but the local dealer couldn't let me try it at home before I bought it, so I went for the Mirra instead.

Also, if your lower back hurts because of the lumbar support when sitting, you may have back curvature problem, a posterior pelvic tilt, and might want to do exercises to fix your back curvature.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Jimmie on March 5, 2012
After having this chair since fall of 2010 I cannot recommend this product. First off, the concept is intriguing and it seemed, at the time, sensible enough. However, with it's articulated spine my chair creaks and groans annoyingly. I cannot make the slightest movement without creating a loud racket. A conversation with Herman Miller product support representative resulted in their recommendation that I douse the chair's spine with a food grade silicone spray to lubricate the joints. This had a minimal and short-lasting effect. Really, my company spent $1100 on a chair I am supposed to spray with a lubricant to keep quiet!

Secondly, though the adjustments seem infinitesimal, I personally cannot find one that works - my problem. However, the material used for the seat and back cover is minimal in thickness and transmits the articulated spine structure into my back and the seat support structure into my rear end - perhaps impacted by my 6'-2", 195 lb frame. The upper support of the seat back, even after many adjustments, still creates an irritating pressure on my shoulder blades. On the plus side, I do like the highly adjustable arms.

This chair may work with smaller people, but for the money spent and the associated marketing to promote this product, the Embody Chair by Herman Miller does not not meet my expectations. Please consider another product or really take some time sitting in one of these before making any seat purchase. Thanks.
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