by Herman Miller
- Swivel capability
- Pneumatic cylinder adjusts from 23.5" to 33.5"
- Tilt limiter and seat angle: Adjustable tilt tension and range (4 settings) and adjustable seat angle, from horizontal to 5" forward.
- Fixed Seat: 16" deep. Seat depth adjusts from 16" to 18", in 6 locking positions.
- Lumbar Support: Adjusts 4" vertically and 1" in depth.
- Height Adjustable Arms: move 4" vertically. Fully adjustable: move 4" vertically, 1" horizontally, 2" front to back, and pivot 11" outward and 11" inward.
- Footrest has a 20" diameter footring
- Tested and warranted for use by persons 350 pounds and under
Overall: 42.5" h x 24.75" w x 26" d
Seat Height: 23.5"
Overall height adjusts to 52.5", Seat height adjusts to 33.5"
Assembly Required: No
Care & Maintenance
For more care and maintenance instructions please use the care and maintenance link that will take you directly to the Herman Miller Website.
Herman Miller 12-year Warranty
This warranty is a promise that lives up to the highest standards in the industry. If for some reason the product fails to live up to this standard, Herman Miller will ship and repair it at no cost to you. To learn more read the Herman Miller Warranty.
About Herman Miller
Founded in West Michigan in 1905, Herman Miller has grown to become a world-recognized furniture brand. As a design leader and furniture innovator, they’ve partnered with some of the most influential and iconic designers of the 20th century—designers like Charles and Ray Eames, George Nelson, Isamu Noguchi, Alexander Girard and more. In doing so, they’ve produced pieces that have become classics of industrial design, many of which are featured on permanent display in museums like the New York Museum of Contemporary Art (MoMA).
Herman Miller continued that legacy in 1994 by partnering with designers Bill Stumpf and Don Chadwick. They went about developing an office chair unlike any before it. Bringing together the latest in ergonomic research and design, they developed the legendary Classic Aeron chair, the best selling office chair in the world.
Today, Herman Miller continues that tradition of design forward thinking and innovation. Partnering with the next generation of industrial designers—such as Studio 7.5 and Yves Behar— as they tackle the ergonomic and anthropometric challenges we face in today’s modern work life.