Herman Miller Aeron Chair For Only $1000

(3 customer reviews)

Due to an inventory clearance event, we’re selling the Herman Miller Aeron for only $1000, instead of $1995. Save $995. This is only available for a limited time, worldwide shipping included.

Combined a deep knowledge of human-centered design with never-before-seen technology to create a chair unlike any other. Now the Herman Miller Aeron has been remastered in practically every way to create an office chair that better supports people and the types of work they do today.

Key Features

  • 12-year warranty
  • Inclusive design with 3 distinct sizes
  • Breathable seat and back
  • Made in Michigan at a 100% green-energy facility
  • Adjustable tilt and seat angle
  • Superior back support
  • Fully adjustable arms (height, depth and angle)
  • Herman Miller Aeron Chair provides optimal ergonomic support for people between 5’3″ and 6’6″ in height and weighing between 140 and 300 pounds
  • The 8Z Pellicle seat and back provides ideal support across eight zones of varying tension. It’s also breathable to eliminate heat build-up and improve seated comfort
  • With adjustable Posture Fit SL, individual pads support the sacrum and lumbar regions of the spine, which helps it maintain its natural S-shaped curve, also includes fully adjustable arms

$1000.00 $1995.00

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Based on 3 reviews

5.0 overall

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  1. Dawson Peters

    I just bought one of these because the world is coming to an end and I’m stuck working at home full time. Realized a couple days ago that my piece of $hit $99 Staples chair was completely wrecking my lower back. Did a quick google search and found this was the top 5 best chair by multiple reviews for lower back issues.

    Hopefully mine arrives before we all die from COVID19.

    Dawson Peters

  2. Ashton Miller

    They can be adjusted pretty low. Low enough that my elbows don’t reach them. You can also leave them off the chair completely. They’re mounted to the seat (you attach them upon assembly), and are not important for the construction or stability of the chair.

    Ashton Miller

  3. Dufrane Leroy

    It’s definitely a mesh. I’m not actually sure what the exact fabric used in the mesh is made of, but I think it’s nylon. Couple of things you might want to know:

    1) It’s definitely strong. I have a friend that’s nearly 350 pounds that’s sat in it frequently and the mesh doesn’t even appear to be distorted in any way, let alone weakened or broken.

    2) The material doesn’t really stick to your legs like leather does. Hot or cold, if you’re wearing shorts or something and part of your actual skin is on it, you don’t get any of that unpleasant stickiness.

    3) It’s easy to wipe the actual mesh down to clean it. However, where the mesh meets the sides of the seat frame there’s a noticeable crease. This crease will catch crumbs if you ever eat something in the chair and it can be a mild annoyance to clean the crumbs out. Not really a big deal, but I thought I’d mention it.

    4) The mesh seat gives, what is to me, a perfect combination of sturdy perch coupled with flexible relaxation.

    Dufrane Leroy