|Item Weight||48 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||17 x 27 x 42 inches|
|Item model number||AE213AWBAJG1BBBK3D01|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||Yes|
Herman Miller Classic Aeron Chair - Size B, Lumbar
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- Classic Aeron Chair Size B provides optimal support for people 5'5" to 6'2" and 150 to 230 pounds; lumbar support adjusts to fit the spine's lumbar curve
- Patented Pellicle woven suspension textile weaves together two unique materials with elastic properties to make the seat and backrest flexible and breathable for enhanced comfort without the need for padding or traditional upholstery
- Kinemat tilt mechanism allows the chair to move with your body; pivot points align with the hips, knees, and ankles for a natural recline motion
- Features tilt limiter with seat angle adjustment, fully adjustable arms, adjustable lumbar, graphite base and frame, black armpads, and carpet casters
- The Herman Miller Aeron Chair shipped and sold by Amazon is backed by our 12-year, 3-shift warranty. Ships fully assembled. Made in the U.S.A
This product is available as Renewed.
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The Classic Aeron Chair was designed for Herman Miller by designers Bill Stumpf and Don Chadwick. Almost immediately, it was added to the permanent collection of the New York Museum of Modern Art. This now-iconic chair broke every convention in office chair design when it was introduced. Instead of foam padding, its seat and backrest were made of a breathable woven suspension membrane called Pellicle, which eliminates pressure and heat buildup as you sit. This model also features PostureFit Sacral Support another industry first to keep the seated spine in healthful alignment and combat fatigue. Building on the designers' belief that everyone deserves a great chair, Classic Aeron comes in three sizes small (A), medium (B), and large (C) allowing it to fit a wider range of people than any office chair. Guided by a height-weight ratio, Herman Miller recommends Size B for people between 5'5\" and 6'2\" in height and weighing between 150 and 230 pounds. People with b
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|Sold By||—||Amazon.com||El Kursi||Amazon.com||BACKSTORE|
|Item Dimensions||17.00 x 27.00 x 42.00 inches||30.31 x 30.31 x 42.91 inches||27.00 x 27.00 x 38.50 inches||29.00 x 29.50 x 43.50 inches||23.63 x 29.05 x 44.50 inches|
|Material||Black Mesh||Mesh; Plastic; Metal; Fabric||Recycled Material||Textile||Textile|
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Returning via Amazon is normally hassle free unless it's a big box, then it becomes a full metric ton of hassle.
I find the various tilt settings very useful. The forward setting promotes good posture while working. The chair has an adjustable stop which limits the distance you can lean back to some fully adjustable amount. You can lock the chair in the upright position or allow it to go fully back and everything in between. It's a great feature. I generally like to lean back only a slight amount when relaxing. Ordinary office chairs won't allow this. The lumbar support is adequate and seems to promote healthy posture.
The nits: I don't like the adjustable arms. They tend to move down if you put too much pressure on them, as I do because I have a habit of pushing myself up out of the chair against the arms. Also, I'm not sure why the arms swivel side to side. It's not useful, and it doesn't take much pressure to move the arms out of place. Not a big deal, but I'd rather the arms be stationary and rigid.
(Aside from the product review, consider buying from Herman Miller directly. The seller was really sketchy and didn't provide any documentation or warranty information with the chair. The packaging was obviously not factory. I feel like this may have been a previously used, returned or reconditioned chair. To me, it would have been worth the extra money. This isn't the first time I've had this feeling from Amazon sellers.)
I selected a chair that came directly from Amazon itself. This is not to say anything negative about third party sellers, and I have purchased from many over the years without issue but I just wanted that extra bit of assurance when spending this kind of money.
The chair came with the warranty info and I immediately registered it. Glad to have the 12 year safety net in case something goes wrong. The setup was minimal since the chair was assembled and I pulled it straight from the huge box it came in. I think I had to put the back support on which took all of two minutes. It was very refreshing after the usual "put tab A into slot B" nonsense with cheapo chairs.
The truth is that I don't notice the chair at all, that might seem weird to say about something that cost over $800 (I got this on one of the rare 15% off sales). However, that is just the point. No more back pain, no more noticing how uncomfortable I am....now I just feel comfortable and can sit at my desk much longer (yes, I know it's not good to sit at your desk too long).
I realize everyone can't justify doing this or afford it...it was a stretch for me and the most I've ever spent for any office furniture. However, I have my own business and I am a solopreneur so I have to keep my #1 employee (me) productive and healthy.
I say definitely give it a go if you can if you are looking for a chair that you will sit on for long periods of time. So, rather than spending $150 every other year and investing as much or more I recommend just biting the bullet and invest in something in which you'll spend a huge amount of time. Look at it this way, with the 12-year warranty it should last you at least that long. If you amortize the investment over that may years its not that bad. Happy sitting!