should be able to find a nice condition Aeron for £200 on eBay
I am 5,11 30in leg - if it put it on highest setting my feet are couple inches off ground. So you will need it up highest setting. The backrest comes up in the middle of my shoulder blades but its enough to feel supportive.
These chairs are really good. I bought a refurbished one from ebay a couple of month backs for £290+£30 delivery. It was just like new. I used to suffer from alot of back ache but I've not had a back or neck ache since using the aeron.
The prices these days.....
I have been using the same chairs for 7+ years, no phone will last me that long.
Thanks! Bit far for me but probably worth it for someo
It's in wimboure Dorset. Fb marketplace.
That's a great deal IMO, got a link? Might buy another one as a gift
There's a aeron used from office clearance, size B for £230 are they worth this much?
I'll sit this 1 out
I love my Aeron chair. I used to buy the £50-£100 chairs from PC World etc that have foam padding and in no time it'd be like sitting on a stool. I tested a display Aeron chair in a John Lewis store and instantly understood why they are 10x the price of the cheap ones. All you may need to do is replace the strip of cushioning foam every few years that is slipped under the front of the seat to give even more support to the backs of your legs. I got mine for about £350 from an office store in SE London, but there are usually a few for sale on ebay. Just make sure you get the right size chair for you.
I bought a Mirra back when I was a fatty about 10 years ago as I kept breaking office chairs. I am sat in it at least 8 hours a day then several more at the weekend. Still going strong with hardly any sign of wear. Superb investment. That being said, I am sure cheaper chairs from good brands will be more than adequate for most people.
Thanks for posting but I really don't like the one you've posted. The 15% of is good if you want any chair. So, voted hot. Personally I prefer the more 'traditional' rounded mesh chair, which is the type I've got. But as others have said it's a lot cheaper to buy one second hand or reconditioned on Ebay. It's amazing that according to the site "Please note that this product has not been tested to the relevant UK fire regulations and should therefore not be purchased for use in residential premises" Who would have thought that of a Herman Miller chair!
I've used different models at work and purchased one personally at home as well which I used for a while. May be it's just me, but I feel, despite being well read in the theoretical aspect of it's marketing information, that it's all a placebo effect. It's only better against a bad chair. A good chair that fits your posture, height etc can be far more comfortable than some of the best Herman Miller's. I still use one at work, but now that I'm not a 'believer', I find my leather chair at home, which was a fraction of the price and about 10 years old, far more comfortable. I'm a heavy user as well so do tend to make sure I'm not damaging my back. Just to be clear, this is just how I feel and am not trying to give any advice for your use. I won't vote cold, obviously because it may very well be a deal for someone who is going to purchase it anyway, but it feels good to finally say something about it after bottling this 'opinion' for nearly 10 years (pirate) (cheeky)
Never heard of office clearances before, where can I find out about local ones in my region?