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Herman Miller Aeron Chair Large Size (C)

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  • Highly Adjustable Aeron Size C - Posture Fit, Graphite, Classic Pellicle, Carbon
  • Forward Tilt, Rear Tilt Limiter and Adjustable Arms.
  • Posture Fit Back Support & Adjustable Padded Arms are included.
  • Large Size C with Posture Fit and Classic Carbon Pellicle
  • FULL 12 YEAR WARRANTY INCLUDED on New Chairs.
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Product Details

  • Shipping Weight: 55.4 pounds
  • Origin: USA
  • ASIN: B0006NDCFQ
  • Item model number: AE113AWCPJG1BBBK3D01 Aeron Size C
  • Average Customer Review: 3.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,008,958 in Home & Kitchen (See Top 100 in Home & Kitchen)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here

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Product Description

GENUINE HERMAN MILLER AERON SIZE - Fully Adjustable - The Aeron chair by Herman Miller is, simply put, the best ergonomic chair you can buy. No other office chair works harder to relieve your back and neck pain than the Aeron chair. The high tech mesh fabric means that this chair doesn't look (or work) like other conventional office chairs. But what makes it different makes it better! The patented material on the Aeron distributes pressure evenly over a wider area. The result? You'll stay cool and comfortable no matter what the season. The Herman Miller Aeron spontaneously supports your posture, even when you shift and change positions -- it anticipates your needs and responds. The Aeron chair by Herman Miller is, simply put, the best ergonomic chair you can buy. No other office chair works harder to relieve your back and neck pain than the Aeron chair. The high tech mesh fabric means that this chair doesn't look (or work) like other conventional office chairs. But what makes it different makes it better! The patented material on the Aeron distributes pressure evenly over a wider area. The result? You'll stay cool and comfortable no matter what the season. The Herman Miller Aeron spontaneously supports your posture, even when you shift and change positions -- it anticipates your needs and responds - don't you wish all your colleagues did that?

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18 of 19 people found the following review helpful By Arkadiusz Kuciak on March 13, 2007
I have owned one of these for 3 years now, just a few days ago the seat splintered, I must admit, I do have heavy bones...

I actually bought it in Sam Flax in Manhattan, few minutes after it broke, I had an address in hand where to bring it for repair under 12 years warranty it comes with.

Once I brought the chair to one of the Sam Flax stores, they informed me it might take up to a week to get it back.

Before I got back home they already called that it was already repaired.

I picked it up, not only did they replace the entire seat, they also replaced those infamous bolts that hold the armrests in place once you adjust their height, so far bolts hold, a few days already....

The entire seat is brand new, and it is much different from the original, the front bar is much wider, the mesh is much stronger, the entire construction is made a lot stronger by reinforcements which are not really visible, so from the sides it looks exactly like the original, but when you touch behind and under you can immediately feel huge new ridges of plastic, I am sure with this new structural support the same splintering will never happen again.

For those that might have doubts, please ensure Amazon takes care of warranty or there is some other way you can exercise your warranty if needed, because it seems they are not just sitting pretty on this chair, they are improving it as the time goes by.

I hope this helps.

-ark
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on March 9, 2012
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I sat on a slightly smaller (I'm guessing the B) version of this chair at work for years, and wanted one for my home office. I bought the larger C version for my home, and I'm glad I did. I'm 6'0" 190 and this is the perfect size for me. The seat is wider and comes out further so the lip doesn't hit you mid-thigh. The back is also higher and wider. Since the chair is mesh, it's much more comfortable to sit on than leather on warm days, or for extended periods of time. The material for the meshing is extremely durable. Had I not sat on one for years at work, I probably would not have opted for a chair that's this expensive. After 5 years of comfortable use, I can tell you it's worth every penny. On occasion, I spend 16-hour days in this chair with absolutely no fatigue (not from the chair anyway!).
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21 of 35 people found the following review helpful By Golog on September 10, 2006
I have owned a size C (large) Aeron chair since it first became available in late 1995. My previous office chair was the tall model of the Herman Miller Ergon 2. I installed the Aeron lumbar support when it became available a few years ago. I did not have a 12-year warranty, mentioned in the product description above, but I could have used one. The Aeron chair breaks, and parts are very expensive.

The left arm of the Aeron collapsed about 5 years ago. Since the cost of replacing the arm assembly was uneconomic, I jammed a shim into the vertical arm adjustment groove to hold it up at a fixed height. Even though I am not overweight, by about 3-4 years ago, the seat mesh stretched to the point that I was bottoming out on chair hardware. Again, the replacement part was too expensive to justify buying. A replacement left arm mechanism together with a replacement seat unit cost almost as much as a new Aeron chair.

I bought an Elasto-Gel wheelchair cushion (the best!) and only wish that I had bought one earlier. It's a vast improvement in comfort over the Aeron's mesh seat and elevates the legs so that they don't contact the circulation-cutting front rim of the seat. The new Humanscale Liberty chair, which I haven't tried, has the right idea, with a mesh back and a gel seat.

A fundamental design defect of the Aeron is the thumbscrew friction arm height adjustment. I don't have arthritis, but I never have been able to exert enough force on the unergonomic thumbscrews to get the arms to stay up for more than a day or two at a time. Instead of friction, arm height should be set with some sort of ratcheting mechanism. Simple but crude bolts through holes would be a major improvement, as they would work to hold the arms at the desired height.
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