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We've listed a handful of popular Herman Miller products to give you an idea of what's available – note that pricing may vary based on your preferred configuration.

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Herman Miller's Cyber Sale is effective online until November 29. Herman Miller offers free shipping on all orders and all products come with a 12-year warranty.

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    • 2 years ago (when it was the beginning of the pandemic and we were all trying to figure out wfh stations) I would've taken the Herman miller because I did not know better. 2 years later however, yep, I would keep the one I have over the Herman Miller. In office they use herman millers (aerons), and I always prefer to wfh in the Pro mesh from the source... I realized I prefer thick foam for the base of the chair instead of mesh. So yeah, I'm 100% picking the chair I have over the herman millers if I had to choose between the two now.
      When you say thick foam instead of mesh, did you choose fabric or leather when selecting the seat type on the coolmesh pro? Would the thick foam be the same in both?
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    • Any locations around Mississauga to try out Herman chairs?
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    • No thanks. I'll save $700 and go with a premium Secretlab chair
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    • I don't own a Herman Miller chair, but I have sat on one in my office. It feels like you are treating your opinions as objective truths.

      "There are PLENTY of better options that are more than 1/2 the price cheaper."

      What are these "better" options that are 1/2 the price besides the Source chair you linked to? I am glad you found your $349 chair to be better than the Embody. That does not however mean it's some gospel truth. You can't deny the universal acclaim for the Embody.

      "but 95% of the people on RFD DO NOT NEED A 1600-2000$ Chair, Period. "

      But things are not needed, period. If you distil needs to necessities for survival, most stuff you consume is not needed.
      I just find it funny how some people like to judge how others spend their money, and they have this false sense of accomplishment because they are "wiser" in how they spend money.
      I agree with you, hence the quote in my signature

      I've tried Aeron/Embody in different offices, and I bought a barely used Aeron for $800. I'm fully WFH and it was worth every dollar for me
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    • Herman Miller Aeron chairs are pure garbage. Most uncomfortable and overpriced chair I've ever sat on.
      I've sat on one for work for 6 years. It's pretty good for me, not the most comfortable chair in existence but it's decent. The main benefit is that they last for ages because they're all hard-wearing materials. Nylon mesh, hard plastic and steel. You can buy a 10 year old one and it'll still last another 10+ years.

      AndaSeat doesn't belong in this conversation, they make cheap consumer-grade chairs not commerical-grade like Herman Miller.
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    • I would suggest to stay the hell away from AndaSeat (i have the gaming chair). Since i work from home , i use the chair 8-9 hours a day. In about 8 months bonded leather started falling apart. They do not cover the bonded leather issue. before you spend $500-$600 on Anda seat think about it twice. Just my 2 cents.
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    • Yep, I think the Aeron's are highly highly overrated. They are hyped up by social media influencers and people who are paid by Herman Miller. The amount of herman miller's I see on the secondary market in the area I live is pretty astounding, if they were as amazing as they are, why are so many people regretting purchasing them 😐
      to be fair herman miller has had a pretty big following even before social media was a thing. also most of the ones that come up on secondary are from office closeouts, because aerons are common chairs to have in meeting/board rooms, and in some balling offices just as desk chairs. i do agree that regular chairs have come a long way though for like $200, however none of them are nearly as good, they're just usually good enough. i'd like to see a more robust $500-800 chair market that actually has high end chairs that rival the aeron, but unfortunately i'm not really seeing it now. it's either buy a $200 mesh back chair with way less features, a faux leather $500 chair that looks like shit in 5 years, or get a $1000+ high end office chair like a herman miller or steelcase.
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    • I bought a used Aeron from Track Office Furniture in Markham. No regrets and saved a lot. I wish I could afford the new ones, by the time this one gives, I’m going brand new.
      I was leaning that way but they were out of size C’s so I just bit the bullet and went to RFD group buy.
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    • As a larger gent, Aeron size C is a must. As someone with big quads / hammies, the evil plastic front doesn’t really bother me.

      No go on Embody for me.
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    • Was the HM chair an item you just randomly came across on their site? Did they have multiple units?

      Surprised they would be able to sell something like this
      This was probably in mid-2020? I learned about it from a post here and jumped on it. They had multiple units: Logitech-branded Embody, non-gaming Embody, Aerons in multiple sizes... from what I remember, everything was BNIB with tags (mine certainly was).

      AuctionMaxxxxxxx is a jobber. They buy mixed-lots of goods from bankruptcies etc. Their assortment changes all the time, depending on the opportunities they get. You certainly can't bank on them as a seller, but they could very well put up a whole container-load of HM chairs for sale this afternoon. I guess I got lucky?
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    • Very very tempted by this, somebody talk me out of it? It's unlikely to get better than this right, especially with the costs going up across the board.

      Currently sitting on a very old used Leap V2...
      Why don't you give AndaSeat a try? I own the Kaiser, Dark Knight and buying the Fnatic... there chairs are built like a tank and offer a 6 warranty on the seat and lifetime for parts. I have major nerve damage and these seats are one of the few things I can get comfortable in. Excellent chairs... throw some roller blade wheels on them and they are even more amazing. You could by 2 of these when compared to the above chair and has a sale atm.
      andaseat.ca
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    • I bought a used Aeron from Track Office Furniture in Markham. No regrets and saved a lot. I wish I could afford the new ones, by the time this one gives, I’m going brand new.
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    • I was about to pull the trigger on the embody for 1500 dollars but went to try the Steelcase gesture. I'm pretty sold on it.
      When I went to the website to order, the price jumped from 1500 to 18xx. I don't know what happened...
      I will have to go back to the store to ask the salesperson.
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    • Maxx.ca, yes, and they are definitely legit. There've been many posts here over the years on some of their deals.
      Was the HM chair an item you just randomly came across on their site? Did they have multiple units?

      Surprised they would be able to sell something like this
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    • Is that maxx.ca?
      Tried to register but they want a credit card and put 500$ on hold to verify. Never heard of them before. Is that a legit business?
      Maxx.ca, yes, and they are definitely legit. There've been many posts here over the years on some of their deals.
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    • I got the Logitech Embody from AuctionMaxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx just near the start of the pandemic. I think I paid $800 all in for a brand new, with tags, in-box chair. It's one of the best purchases I've ever made.

      WFH is a joy now, and back/hip pain is virtually nonexistant (except when I have to actually work in the office and sit on a not-HermanMiller chair).

      If you have the means, I highly recommend picking one up.
      Is that maxx.ca?
      Tried to register but they want a credit card and put 500$ on hold to verify. Never heard of them before. Is that a legit business?
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    • Where did you find the Logitech one? That's about as much as i would be willing to pay for it.
      A garage sale of all places LOL. I was surprised the guy was selling off all his stuff which was all high end. Then found out his company moves him around (he's a developer) and they give him an allowance to get all new stuff everytime.
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    • I got the Logitech Embody from AuctionMaxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx just near the start of the pandemic. I think I paid $800 all in for a brand new, with tags, in-box chair. It's one of the best purchases I've ever made.

      WFH is a joy now, and back/hip pain is virtually nonexistant (except when I have to actually work in the office and sit on a not-HermanMiller chair).

      If you have the means, I highly recommend picking one up.
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    • Bought two pre-owned HM chairs a year ago at around 500 each for my husband and me. Both of us feel satisfied with them. You won't feel great with a chair, but the difference is even if you sit there a long time, your back won't hurt. That makes a huge difference for us. Would definitely recommend it. If you have a limit budget, go searching pre-owned ones. There are lots of them on FB market.
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    • Went from an Aeron to an Logitech version Embody. Like it was more than the Aeron, it doesn’t have the metal bar sitting at the front of the seat which makes it automatically more comfortable.

      Got the Embody for $800(!) and it was only used like 3 months. Also got the Aeron for like $200 from an office clearance, that I should be able to sell for $400ish. So all in all $600 for the upgrade made it worthwhile to me. But I would never spend retail on an Embody straight up.

      These are buy it for life type products with warranties to match. If you can find it 2nd hand it’s the best deal you’ll get.
      Damn 800 for embody is solid id buy that in a heartbeat
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    • Went from an Aeron to an Logitech version Embody. Like it was more than the Aeron, it doesn’t have the metal bar sitting at the front of the seat which makes it automatically more comfortable.

      Got the Embody for $800(!) and it was only used like 3 months. Also got the Aeron for like $200 from an office clearance, that I should be able to sell for $400ish. So all in all $600 for the upgrade made it worthwhile to me. But I would never spend retail on an Embody straight up.

      These are buy it for life type products with warranties to match. If you can find it 2nd hand it’s the best deal you’ll get.
      Where did you find the Logitech one? That's about as much as i would be willing to pay for it.
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    • Went from an Aeron to an Logitech version Embody. Like it was more than the Aeron, it doesn’t have the metal bar sitting at the front of the seat which makes it automatically more comfortable.

      Got the Embody for $800(!) and it was only used like 3 months. Also got the Aeron for like $200 from an office clearance, that I should be able to sell for $400ish. So all in all $600 for the upgrade made it worthwhile to me. But I would never spend retail on an Embody straight up.

      These are buy it for life type products with warranties to match. If you can find it 2nd hand it’s the best deal you’ll get.
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    • Warranty not transferable buying from another seller. For those who are on a budget and can’t buy around these times, the group buy pricing is always available year round similarly to these Herman Miller holiday discounts if not even higher discounts, albeit for the regular Aeron and Embody models, no gaming versions unfortunately.
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    • Hey, how did you validate that it wasn't a fake or sum. Also, is the warranty transferrable?
      That’s the risk with used. I doubt the warranty is transferable, most of these sellers are re-selling office furniture. I’d just ask for videos of the chair and inspect in person.
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    • Just in case anyone is interested, I ended up buying a Herman Miller Aeron on Facebook marketplace used for $600. There were lots of sellers with delivery. Good option to save money if you don’t mind a used product.
      Hey, how did you validate that it wasn't a fake or sum. Also, is the warranty transferrable?
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    • Can anyone recommend a place in Toronto where I can go and sit on a few of these chairs?
      It is something that I want to buy, but definitely want to experience first before dropping cash on them.
      There are places that sell used chairs where they have all sorts of different chairs to try as well. I went to Track Office Furniture in Richmond Hill and they have chairs from Herman Miller, Steelcase, Haworth and more. Was great to try many different chairs.
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    • I sold my Leap V2 for peanuts after I tried and bought an Embody. The Embody is better in all the important factors. The Leap has a super thin cushion that and mediocre back flexibility, but has better arm rests and doesn't creak. The Embody is just built better and more durable, the seat is a night and day difference.
      Thanks for sharing your input. I guess everyone's experience is different because we all have different builds. For me, the Embody gets pretty hot and wasn't comfortable after a long seating. Before trying it, it was the "holy grail" chair for me because I don't mind spending money on something that I use every day.

      By the way, have you tried the Gesture? I have sat on it but didn't get to sit on it for long to properly test it out.
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    • Just in case anyone is interested, I ended up buying a Herman Miller Aeron on Facebook marketplace used for $600. There were lots of sellers with delivery. Good option to save money if you don’t mind a used product.
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    • If there's nothing wrong with your Leap V2, then you don't HAVE to upgrade.
      I tried all the top-tier chairs, e.g. Leap V2, Aeron, Embody etc and I like Leap V2 the most.
      I would not trade my Leap V2 for the Embody.
      I sold my Leap V2 for peanuts after I tried and bought an Embody. The Embody is better in all the important factors. The Leap has a super thin cushion that and mediocre back flexibility, but has better arm rests and doesn't creak. The Embody is just built better and more durable, the seat is a night and day difference.
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    • Not a bad deal if you want new. Though I heard their gaming chairs are pretty bad. If you go Herman Miller, get their office chairs instead.

      Picked up a used Herman Miller Mirra couple weeks ago for $500, pretty good chair. Love the back support.

      Was debating between the Mirra and the Steelcase Gesture.

      Tried the Aeron and didn't like it, wasn't for me. Also tried the Leap v2, not as great as I hoped.

      The Mirra and the Gesture fit me better, was a tough decision but went with a Mirra.

      Although you don't get the warranty, I would recommend looking at used if you don't want to pay full retail for a new chair.
      Nah, their Logitech Gaming Chair is actually pretty good. It's basically an upgraded Embody, though some people may not like the back rest cushion due to the new grooves on it.
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    • Not a bad deal if you want new. Though I heard their gaming chairs are pretty bad. If you go Herman Miller, get their office chairs instead.

      Picked up a used Herman Miller Mirra couple weeks ago for $500, pretty good chair. Love the back support.

      Was debating between the Mirra and the Steelcase Gesture.

      Tried the Aeron and didn't like it, wasn't for me. Also tried the Leap v2, not as great as I hoped.

      The Mirra and the Gesture fit me better, was a tough decision but went with a Mirra.

      Although you don't get the warranty, I would recommend looking at used if you don't want to pay full retail for a new chair.
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    • Very very tempted by this, somebody talk me out of it? It's unlikely to get better than this right, especially with the costs going up across the board.

      Currently sitting on a very old used Leap V2...
      If there's nothing wrong with your Leap V2, then you don't HAVE to upgrade.
      I tried all the top-tier chairs, e.g. Leap V2, Aeron, Embody etc and I like Leap V2 the most.
      I would not trade my Leap V2 for the Embody.
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    • I'm all for spending more on a better office chair....but 95% of the people on RFD DO NOT NEED A 1600-2000$ Chair, Period. Additionally, if you haven't tried an herman miller, don't expect it to just be amazing because it's expensive, I'm above 6 ft, and the size C is still okay, it's not like it changed my life. I currently sit on a "Source Cool mesh pro" and it's way better than any herman miller I've tried. This is more of a PSA now....buy herman miller if you really need it, not just because you want to flex lol. There are PLENTY of better options that are more than 1/2 the price cheaper.

      EDIT: More like 99% of the people on RFD lol.

      Link for the one I currently use (bought it in June 2020 and it's still just as good now, I'm also WFH so I can be on the chair upwards to 8-10 hours a day cumulatively): https://www.source.ca/shop/office-chair ... -your-seat
      I don't own a Herman Miller chair, but I have sat on one in my office. It feels like you are treating your opinions as objective truths.

      "There are PLENTY of better options that are more than 1/2 the price cheaper."

      What are these "better" options that are 1/2 the price besides the Source chair you linked to? I am glad you found your $349 chair to be better than the Embody. That does not however mean it's some gospel truth. You can't deny the universal acclaim for the Embody.

      "but 95% of the people on RFD DO NOT NEED A 1600-2000$ Chair, Period. "

      But things are not needed, period. If you distil needs to necessities for survival, most stuff you consume is not needed.
      I just find it funny how some people like to judge how others spend their money, and they have this false sense of accomplishment because they are "wiser" in how they spend money.
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    • Still a lot cheaper to buy from the people at Mobel.com
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    • Thanks for the tip. Currently at the store trying both chairs out and also reading reviews. They don't seem to have the Logitech Embody which apparently has more padding than the original Embody.

      Both chairs feel decent, but I am slightly leaning more towards the Embody. The look and back support feel better for me.

      My two concerns: the Embody does not appear as breatheable as the Aeron (I'm a big guy)

      I also wear shorts at home (wfh) and worried about the fabric seating and how comfortable and durable it will be long term.
      I went through the same thing. You can only test how comfortable a chair is at home, for my needs 10+hours/day. I Bought Steelcase Leap, wasn't comfortable, sold it and bought Gesture, wasn't comfortable, sold it. Then I bought the Embody, it wasn't comfortable sitting for 10+hours a day. Sold it, and bought the Aeron. It's comfortable, but after a few hours you still have to stretch/walk. If you don't, the comfort declines around 5-6 hours.
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    • Thanks for the tip. Currently at the store trying both chairs out and also reading reviews. They don't seem to have the Logitech Embody which apparently has more padding than the original Embody.

      Both chairs feel decent, but I am slightly leaning more towards the Embody. The look and back support feel better for me.

      My two concerns: the Embody does not appear as breatheable as the Aeron (I'm a big guy)

      I also wear shorts at home (wfh) and worried about the fabric seating and how comfortable and durable it will be long term.
      If it's any consolation, my friend is a bigger guy and has no issue with the Embody fabric seating. YMMV.
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    • Montreal where do you test these chairs?
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    • Go to EQ3 downtown, should have a lot out for demo.
      Thanks for the tip. Currently at the store trying both chairs out and also reading reviews. They don't seem to have the Logitech Embody which apparently has more padding than the original Embody.

      Both chairs feel decent, but I am slightly leaning more towards the Embody. The look and back support feel better for me.

      My two concerns: the Embody does not appear as breatheable as the Aeron (I'm a big guy)

      I also wear shorts at home (wfh) and worried about the fabric seating and how comfortable and durable it will be long term.
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