|Item Weight||48 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||17 x 27 x 42 inches|
|Item model number||Aeron B,LS,GR,CL-Carbon|
Aeron Chair by Herman Miller - Official Retailer - Highly Adjustable - Graphite Frame - Lumbar Pad - Carbon Classic (Medium)
|Sale:||$892.00 & FREE Shipping. Details|
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- 12-year Herman Miller warranty with Born-On-Date sticker.
- The new benchmark in the arena of ergonomic office, seating
- Highly Adjustable Mode: Adjustable Arms, Lumbar Support, Tilt Limiter and Seat Angle Adjustment, Tilt Limiter
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Top Customer Reviews
For less than $900, the Aeron chair I bought is far from the most expensive office chair out there, but few would call it cheap. Still, this IS a bargain. It comes with the Herman Miller 10+ year warranty, it's made of very high quality, durable materials, and it looks great.
At 6'1", 270#, I'm not a small guy (a bit of a bear actually :). The size C is plenty large, however, and the whole chair feels rock solid even under my weight. I upgraded to the Wave fabric and am quite glad I did. I have the percale on my Aeron at work, and while it's comfortable, it seems a bit too firm at times. The wave fabric is both supportive and a bit more flexible. It seems to form to the shape of my body more than the percale. It's also supposed to be a bit more durable.
All of that said, a $200 OfficeMax chair may be better for you if the Aeron isn't comfortable for you. The most expensive furniture, or any product, is worthless if it isn't right for you. SIT IN THE CHAIR BEFORE YOU BUY! I'm always surprised by the reviews claiming a chair is "a rip off" or "not worth it" because it turns out to be uncomfortable. Is a shoe a rip off because it doesn't fit your foot properly? Of course not, it's just not right for your body. The same goes for chairs, particularly ones you may be using 10 or 12 hours a day. Find a local retailer and sit in one of these before you spend $900 on it folks. Some of you will find it as perfect and delightful as I do. Others will find the chair doesn't fit right or feel right.
I hope at least some of you find this helpful. I really like the chair and would recommend it to anyone.
I believe that a lot of the negative reviews here and on other sites are from people who do not understand basic human ergonomics. When sitting in a chair, your thighs should be parallel to the ground and your feet should be completely flat/relaxed. A lot of the time, people raise their chair too high to accomodate a desk/computer station that is simply too high, therefore suspending their legs and cutting off leg circulation. If your desk is too high, then you should either consider trading in for a lower desk or a keyboard tray that is height adjustable. Another option is to use a foot stool that allows for the aforementioned leg position. Your arms should be relaxed at your side with the elbows bent at 90 degrees. Your forearms should be parallel or your hands slightly lower than your elbows to the ground. The center of your computer monitor should be level with your eyes or slightly lower. With this seated position, I can almost guarantee for the majority of people out there, this Aeron chair will serve them well.
I had been in and out of a few standard office chairs, from the cheap to the expensive ($200'ish). None really met my needs fully, and I spend a lot of time at my computer working on imaging, video editing, gaming, etc. My basic office chairs ranged from wobbly to solid but unadjustable. My latest chair was an expensive leather executive type chair I bought from a local office supply store. It felt great in the store, but the lack of practically any adjustment took its toll over time. I could not adjust the back, and the seat had a bucket depth to it. When I gamed or worked on image editing, I would sit on the very edge of the chair. This would make me end up slouching, which then made me not breathe properly. My shoulders and back would get sharp pains in them after a bit of time. Baiscally if I sat back and watched a movie, I was fine and it was comfortable. However, when I played or did work, it was a nightmare.
So how would a $800-900 chair work for me, and could it be so much better than the $200 leather executive chair I was using? Was it worth the money? In a word, yes. I had purchased the Aeron size B with the lumbar cushion.
The Aeron was solid as a rock. It had the perfect weight, the perfect mix of materials, and was fully adjustable. I could sit perfectly upright without slouching, due to the lumbar support. Most importantly, the forward tilt of the chair, which is rare even among ergo chairs, was ultimately what sealed the deal. With the forward tilt combined with the lumbar cushion, I could be leaning slightly forward WITHOUT having to sit on the edge of the chair.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This chair is a huge disappointment. I had been using a $150 adjustable office chair purchased from a local "office store" a few years ago. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Fat Guy in a Little Coat
I am a short woman (5'2"). The Aeron gives me so much pain that I have to medicate myself. The Mirra 2 is a little better where I'm aching, but can push through it. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Erica Haas
The Aeron chair I bought 16 years ago finally gave up. So I bought another. I hope this new chair will last as long. These chairs are very comfortable for all day use. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
I GOT A BETTER PRICE ELSEWHERE, TWO FOR THE PRICE OF ONE......Published 2 months ago by ROCKYMTNMALE
Not sure what happened with the chair I ordered, but it came in a beat up box, cylinder frozen, chair stuck in the lowest position and the mesh had two small rips. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Don S. Najd
The chair itself is great. The sizing chart is a bit weird though. If you fall into the range of "either B or C", I suggest you go for the size "C". Read morePublished 4 months ago by Chris Alleaume
I ordered a C and received and A seat and B back. These are not first run chairs, be CAREFUL buying. SHOULD BE PERFECT for the price.Published 4 months ago by bearcat