Your derrière deserves this $1,500 Logitech G and Herman Miller gaming chair
This gaming chair is built with your back and spine in mind.
What you need to know
- Logitech G and Herman Miller launched the Embody Gaming Chair.
- The chair focuses heavily on ergonomics and is built for professional gamers and streamers.
- The Embody Gaming chair costs $1,495 and is available starting today.
Logitech G and Herman Miller unveiled the Embody Gaming Chair today. The high-end gaming chair focuses on ergonomics and builds off the Herman Miller Embody Chair. If you're familiar with Herman Miller's Embody Chair, you won't be surprised by the features or the price of the Embody Gaming Chair, which comes in at $1,495.
The Embody Gaming Chair is a premium piece of furniture that focuses heavily on ergonomics. It's designed for professional gamers and streamers who are in the same position for long hours each day. It can be adjusted using 7 points of calibration and features posturefit technology which adjusts to the shape of a person's spine. Its makers highlight that it supports the lowest point of the sacrum without a lumbar pillow.
The chair has a "dynamic matrix of 150 pixels throughout the chair's seat and back," which allow it to conform to a person. These pixels also evenly distribute weight, which reduces pressure on specific parts of the body.
The back of the chair has copper infused foam which helps regulate body temperature of people sitting in it. It also has ridges to dissipate heat.
|Category||Embody Gaming Chair|
|Weight||51 lbs (23.1 kg)|
|Max Load||350 lbs (158.8 kg)|
The Embody Gaming Chair comes with a 12-year warranty. It starts shipping today and is available on Herman Miller's website.
In addition to the Embody Gaming Chair, the companies announced the Herman Miller Motia, Ratio, and Nevi Gaming desks. These desks feature matte black anti-smudge and anti-glare finishes and can switch between different postures. The Motia Desk is available for $1,295 on Herman Miller's website.
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