Herman Miller is well known for its wide range of high quality ergonomic mesh chairs and also considered to be an innovative pioneer in the industry. You can choose from chairs with adjustable arms, multi-adjustable height and lumbar support that uses the latest advances in technology coupled with the science of ergonomics. Herman Miller ergonomic chairs comes with a twelve year warranty that covers all electrical components as well as any labor costs.

Herman Miller Equa XR Ergonomic Work Chair

The chair is available in leather with polished aluminum and it comes in large or medium size. Featuring thick, foam padding and continual back support via the one piece shell, the Equa XR also has a knee-tilt mechanism to reduce pressure and swelling in the legs, a benefit noted in more than one ergonomic chair review by consumers.

Like all chairs from Herman Miller, the Equa XR ergonomic work chair is covered by their exclusive twelve year parts and labor warranty. The large Equa XR chair measures 25.5 inches wide by 17.7 inches deep and is 17.5 to 22.5 inches high and has a weight capacity of 300 pounds. The medium Equa XR measures 25.5 inches wide by 16.7 inches deep and 15.5 to 20.5 inches high.

Herman Miller Aeron Chair Size C

Easily recognizable by the patented mesh fabric, the Aeron Herman Miller ergonomic chair is said to be one of the best ergonomic chairs available today with features such as its adjustable arms and superior lumbar support.

The Herman Miller Aeron Chair size C, which is the largest of the three sizes, is available in thirteen different Pellicle fabrics and measures 28.25 inches wide with a maximum height of 45 inches overall. The actual seat of the chair measures just over 21.6 inches wide and 18.5 inches deep with a height of 16 to 20.5 inches.

According to ergonomic chair review and reports by consumers, this model’s material allows you to stay comfortable and cool, regardless of the indoor temperature or time of year, and instantly align to your figure, giving premium support where needed while evenly distributing pressure.

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