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Mirra Chair Herman Miller Deluxe Fully Highly Adjustable Home Office Desk Task Chair MR223 with Forward Tilt Seat Angle, Adjustable Arms, Flexfront Seat, Graphite Frame with Citron Airweave Seat and Triflex Backrest, Standard Casters


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  • Genuine Authorized Herman Miller Retailer and Factory Service Center Backstore - with USA 12 Year Factory Warranty INCLUDED!
  • Genuine Highly Adjustable Mirra MR223 with Forward Tilt Seat Angle, Adjustable Arms, FlexFront, Tilt Limiter & Adjustable Lumbar Support
  • Mirra is an innovative blend of passive and active adjustments that provides a new reference point in performance, aesthetics, and value.
  • The 12-Year USA Warranty covers everything that makes a Herman Miller Office Chair--including casters, tilts, pneumatic cylinders, and all moving mechanisms in the USA only.
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Product Details

Color: Green | Size: Standard Casters
  • Shipping Weight: 65 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B004UDCEQ6
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (53 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #3,182,390 in Home & Kitchen (See Top 100 in Home & Kitchen)
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Product Description

Color: Green | Size: Standard Casters

Herman Miller Mirra Deluxe Highly Adjustable Chair with Forward Tilt Seat Angle, Fully Adjustable Arms, Flexfront, Rear Tilt Limiter and adjustable Lumbar Support - an innovative blend of passive and active adjustments that provides a new reference point in performance, aesthetics, and value. Mirra automatically shapes itself to each user, while a few simple adjustments fine-tune the fit and feel. The chair's next-generation innovations, including the upholstered backrest, all work together in a fresh-looking chair that's easy to use. The pliable, elastic TriFlex back supports the entire spine and conforms to size, posture, and movements. Passive PostureFit performance. A camber shape at the base of the back gives healthful, comfortable support to the lower back below the beltline. The Harmonic tilt creates pivot points at the hip, knee, and ankle to allow easy and natural movement. Advanced spring technology. Users of all sizes feel equal resistance while moving anywhere in the wide tilt range; the sitter is always in control. AireWeave suspension. This elastomeric suspension seat follows the contours of the body, distributes pressure evenly, and provides aeration. FlexFront seat edge. The sitter adjusts the seat depth without moving the seat pan; there's never a gap between the seat and backrest. Aesthetic Appeal - Innovative look. Mirra has a clean, light-scaled design that reveals the chair's features and function. Colorful choices. The backrest and seat suspension come in a range of colors that mix or match to complement interiors and other furniture. Traditional touch. The back can be upholstered in foam-free Latitude fabric without adding bulk to the trim profile; Latitude is breathable and maintains the total support of the TriFlex back. Earth Friendly Sustainable design. Mirra is made of a minimal number of parts and is easily disassembled for recycling; the recycled content is high, and it's 96 percent recyclable.

Customer Reviews

This chair is very comfortable and easy to adjust.
Lynn
If you use a computer or have an office job where you are sitting for long periods of time, get this chair.
dj
Bottom line- I love this chair, and while it is expensive, the money is well worth it.
L. Mueller

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

210 of 214 people found the following review helpful By Jerry P. Danzig TOP 1000 REVIEWER on August 9, 2004
Color Name: blackSize Name: One Size fits most.
Needing to replace my old desk chair -- and acknowledging my advancing years -- I decided to find out what was the least expensive chair to offer blissful, sit-all-day comfort. After plopping down on every name ergonomic chair you've ever heard of (Leap, Freedom, etc.), I pronounced the Mirra the clear winner. (The Aeron is remarkably comfortable too, but more expensive.) I bought a loaded Mirra and have been very satisfied, with one little quibble for which I have deducted a star. That is, the two screws holding the chair's back to the base worked themselves loose after a few months of use. I consider this unacceptable in a $700 chair and caution all purchasers not to throw out the hex wrench Herman Miller gives you to tighten the screws. I have now tried applying some Threadlocker Blue liquid to the screws and hope this will solve the problem. I also think Herman Miller shouldn't charge a $150 premium over the basic model for the privilege of adjustable lumbar support.
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144 of 148 people found the following review helpful By L. Mueller on April 22, 2007
Color Name: blackSize Name: One Size fits most.
I am a med student with minor lower back problems from years of hockey and rowing in college. I also have a back condition called spondylolisthesis. I bought this chair because of the amazing amount of strain it takes off of my back when I study (which is a lot of the time). I tried the rest of the herman miller chairs and the humanscale freedom and liberty chairs, and the mirra was clearly the most comfortable. I feel like it has all the features of the aeron with half the knobs. The mirra adjusts to you since the seat and the back are flexible. It has perfect lumbar support, and the chair just looks so sexy.

I do recline sometimes, and it is very comfortable while reclining. I would say that if you are mostly a recliner, it would be a good idea to check out the humanscale freedom with the headrest because it was great while reclining but not so great while just sitting up.

Get the mirra fully loaded so you can have the extra adjustable options not on the basic model. One review on here is wrong and claims that the only difference between the basic and loaded chairs is adjustable lumbar support; the loaded has adjustable arms, adjustable seat pan depth, tilt limiter, and adjustable lumbar support.

Some people complained about the building of the chair. I honestly cannot believe how whiny they are. You slide the back of the chair on and then use a 13mm socket to put in 2 bolts. That is all you have to do. If you screw them in at the proper torque they won't fall out, and if they do, take the 30 seconds to screw them in again. You really dont even need a torque wrench (I didn't use one)... just make sure you tighten the bolts but dont go nuts with cinching them down.
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166 of 176 people found the following review helpful By DogInARocket on December 15, 2008
Color Name: blackSize Name: One Size fits most.
With all the glowing reviews, you'd probably assume that this chair is pretty comfortable. That may be for some folks but if you're looking, I urge you to sit in one with an open mind. I wish I'd done this because I ended up hating this chair and returning it... losing a fair amount of money in shipping and restock fees in the process.

The main problem is with the seat. While the mesh is just fine in the rear-end portion of the seat(quite cushy with lots of depth to its flex) it's the opposite in the hamstring area. The mesh is still there, but because of the location of the chair's frame in this area, the mesh isn't allowed the same depth of flex. The result is that there's pressure pushing up on your hamstrings, which cuts off circulation and it's really noticeable.

I'm positive I had the chair adjusted correctly at one point during the time I had it. My feet were on the floor, my legs weren't dangling, I wasn't sitting on my head, I weigh 175 pounds and I'm not freakishly proportioned.

Bottom line, you shouldn't have to think "am I sitting in this chair properly? What am I doing wrong? Is it me? Am I not worthy of this chair? It sure costs a lot, so it can't be the chair's fault, etc. etc." A chair is either comfortable or it's not.

Sit in one before you buy.

Sit in one before you buy.

Sit in one before you buy.
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63 of 65 people found the following review helpful By Mark on February 16, 2011
Color Name: blackSize Name: One Size fits most.
My office chair broke down, so I was in the market for a new one. My neighbor let me borrow his Aeron chair for a couple of days (he has two). My wife insisted I buy the same chair as she has at work. Upon checking, it turned out she has an Aeron. Having tried the Aeron, I loved it, but after a week of reading as many reviews on the Herman Miller chairs as I could, I kept getting drawn to the Mirra.

The things that stood out to me about the Mirra, compared to the Aeron:

(1) I liked the design better than the Aeron's. I find the Mirra a beautiful chair, whereas the Aeron looks, well, not ugly, but standard.

(2) I liked the Mirra's one-adjustable-size fits all approach. With Aeron you have to pick an A, B or C size. I'm in the B/C size category per Herman Miller's chart. Herman Miller then recommends you get the B chair (which is what I borrowed from my neighbor). I figured you probably keep adjusting a chair over a long period until you have the perfect settings. I did not want to end up in a situation where I would always wonder whether the C size would have been better for me. With Mirra, there is only one very adjustable size--if you buy the right chair (see below).

(3) Mirra's moving back looked better than Aeron's more rigid back. In theory of course, because you cannot really make the comparison unless you try both chairs for many days.

(4) Mirra is cheaper than Aeron, but not by much (if you get the right chair, see below).

Having had the chair for three days, I'm extremely happy. My lower back pain, caused by my broken chair is finally gone. Aeron would have done this as well no doubt. The chair looks great. The assembly was done in two minutes. All you need is a not-included-with-the-chair 13 mm. socket wrench.
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