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Embody Chair by Herman Miller - Home Office Desk Task Chair with Adjustable Arms - Graphite Frame Rhythm Charcoal Fabric

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  • NEW Ready to Assemble Embody from Herman Miller - Charcoal Rhythm Fabric - Graphite frame - Adjustable Arms
  • Embody lets your body move and keeps you well supported, because your mind works best when you move freely and stress is minimized
  • 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--no adjustments needed
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 27 x 26 x 27 inches
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  • Origin: USA
  • ASIN: B002SOPF1U
  • Item model number: Embody CN222AWAAG1G1BB3015 Charcoal
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (15 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,045,987 in Home & Kitchen (See Top 100 in Home & Kitchen)
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Product Description

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.

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Customer Reviews

All in all, an amazing chair, and I have absolutely no regrets.
Robert Paterson
I work as a graphic animator 8-14 hrs a day at a computer desk so comfort and ergonomic soundness is important.
Gavin Wigg
Well, after a few years of working a full time job at my computer, my lower back began to scream for change.
Matt

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

26 of 26 people found the following review helpful By Robert Paterson on March 18, 2010
I was tired of sitting in chairs that were poorly made, squeaked and didn't adjust to my height and preferences, so I wanted the best chair I could find. Obviously this is expensive, but since I sit all day, I want something that is actually inviting to sit in, and want it to last. This is an excellent chair, and if you do sit all day, is worth every penny. I ordered it with rubber coated floor casters, which are whisper quiet on our hard wood floor.

The arm rests are infinitely adjustable, the black fabric is perfectly fine, and I ordered this model with the black base, which I like. My only complaint, and this is very minor, is that eventually, the back of the chair will collect dust, and with all those small crevices, I don't relish cleaning it, but with a vacuum attachment, it should be fine.

One detail that took me a while to figure out, which I finally did after speaking with a nice employee at another company, Sit4Less (same price as this company, last time I checked): in order to adjust the seat height, you need to really angle the joystick hard (No. 2 in the diagram), so it just touches the top of the inside of the joystick handle. I didn't do it hard enough the first time, thinking it might break, but it won't. Also, when they say "angle fully", they mean angle up or down, not side to side or at an angle - just up or down.

Also, it helps to use two hands to adjust the arm rests left and right, as they will click into the positions more easily. They are not difficult to adjust, BTW, they just adjust quickly, so two hands gives more precision.

All in all, an amazing chair, and I have absolutely no regrets. I give it my highest recommendation.
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33 of 37 people found the following review helpful By Ryan J. on November 21, 2010
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I bought this chair because I was needing to spend more and more time in front of the computer for work and was beginning to develop lower back pain and figured if there is one thing worth spending money on, it was preventing the development of chronic pain. Unfortunately I made a gross error by purchasing this particular chair.

First up, the positive aspects. As every other reviewer has said, the chair is solid and built very well. Making adjustments or just moving around in the chair feels smooth and how an expensive chair should feel. I like the materials for the most part, also, even with the cheaper fabric option. Some other reviews I've come across cite it for being too "ugly and weird" looking, but that is actually one of my favorite things about it. I think it looks particularly good with the the graphite frame and charcoal fabric (which is a little blue-ish, actually).

However, if a chair is marketed as "the most ergonomic and most comfortable" then it better be able to live up to the claim at this price point. Unfortunately, this was not my experience. I tried using the chair for a few months now and have just really given up on it. I have tried adjusting, re-adjusting, changing my posture in it, and everything else with no real good solution. I really, really wanted to like this chair. After a few hours in it I have searing pain in my lower back that gets worse and worse the more I use it. I suspect part of the problem is that there is no real cushioning. The springy, plastic suspension on the bottom and back just don't have the same effect as soft cushioning (one of the big reasons for my old chair no longer working for me was that the cushioning on the bottom was all worn out). Similarly, the lumbar support is really more of a torture device.
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20 of 23 people found the following review helpful By Alexey Novgorodov on April 3, 2010
Pros:

1) My back feels great after sitting in it for 11 hours, feeling no fatigue, let alone pain. This is why I'm giving it 5 stars.

2) The backrest flexes backwards, "inviting" you to stretch your shoulders.

3) Black on charcoal version looks awesome in my home office. The pictures don't do it any justice.

4) The recline mechanism feels just right, allowing you to change body position with minimum effort (unlike Steelcase Leap, which in my opinion has too much resistance). With Aeron size C chair I was unable to recline all the way to the back even on minimum weight setting.

5) Great build quality, much better than Aeron.

Cons:

1) Since there's very little foam padding, the chair feels very firm, almost uncomfortable.

2) Expensive, even more so outside the US.

3) Weird looking.

My suggestion is to try this chair before buying. It is very different from everything else, so it may or may not work for you.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Matt on November 5, 2010
I used to pay 50-100 bucks for a computer chair, not seeing the importance at a young age of a quality ergonomic chair. Well, after a few years of working a full time job at my computer, my lower back began to scream for change. After stacking pillows on my previous chair to try and prevent pressure from building up near the base of the spine/coccyx, I decided to look for a more practical solution.

First let's talk about price, since this is what catches most people off guard. This chair should not be looked at as an expense but instead, an investment. You only have one body, one back, one spine. If you sit on a chair several hours a day without taking breaks, you're going to hurt your body. Now that's not to say that if you buy this chair you never need to stand up and walk around again in between sittings, because you really should, no matter what you're sitting on. You just don't need to do it as much with this chair. That being said, this chair has already paid for itself due to the elimination of visits to the chiropractor and elimination of lower back pain that, before this chair, has plagued me for the past few years. You're paying for quality, and quality you get.

Next, aesthetics. Someone mentioned that this chair looks "weird" Well, looks are subjective, but for me, this chair looks really great. The spinal column on the back of this chair makes it look like nothing you've ever seen (and feel like nothing you've ever felt). I think the chair looks a lot better than the Aeron. As they say, with this chair, form meets function!

Which leads me to comfortability.

Since comfortability is why we pay $1,000+ for an ergonomic chair, it better feel phenomenal. Well, it does.
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