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2022-04-02 06:04:39 By : Ms. Amy Yang

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Herman Miller chairs have been iconic since the 1940s. They're more expensive, thanks to their high level of quality and technology, plus the brand's history and name recognition.

But there is hope: The brand's beloved chairs are on sale right now for 15% off. And if you're looking for an even better deal on Herman Miller office chairs, we found a smart way to save more than 50% on them.

Top products from this article:

Herman Miller Aeron chair, from $1,398 (reduced from $1,645)

Herman Miller Aeron Size B office chair (renewed), from $740

Herman Miller Mirra 2 office chair (renewed), from $650

Often described as mid-century modern, Herman Miller's designs have evolved over the years to incorporate ergonomic technology. This means that, in addition to looking great at your desk, a Herman Miller chair may actually benefit your health.

If investing in a Herman Miller chair interests you, there are a few ways to save on the famous piece of office furniture. Herman Miller is running a 15% off sale now through April 18, 2022. The savings add up quickly -- you can save almost $250 on a new Herman Miller Aeron Chair, for example.

But the best way to save money on a new Herman Miller chair is to shop the stock of open-box and renewed options on Amazon. These chairs are typically indistinguishable from brand-new chairs, but cost hundreds less. Many of the renewed chairs sell for about half the price of a new one.

Here are the best Herman Miller deals to check out now. 

Considered one of the most recognizable pieces of modern office furniture, the Herman Miller Aeron never goes out of style. One of the most expensive ergonomic office chairs on the market since it launched more than 25 years ago, the sleek seat is constructed out of temperature-regulating mesh and offers extensive features, including adjustable lumbar support, adjustable seat and armrests, and three size options.

This chair is completely customizable, from the base metal to size to type of back support; different configurations have different prices -- all are 15% off through April 18. Includes a 12-year warranty.

Herman Miller Aeron chair, from $1,398 (reduced from $1,645)

Chairorama, an online store specializing in refurbished and open-box furniture pieces, offers a ton of options when it comes to discounted Aeron chairs. For example, get one of these renewed options with a cast aluminum metal frame for as little as $740. Read the fine print to make sure the chair is to your specifications. Also, most of their chairs require assembly. 

Herman Miller Aeron Size B renewed, from $740

If you're looking for the more refined stainless-steel-framed Aeron, this sleek Size B option from Chairorama won't disappoint. Fully adjustable, it also offers lumbar support and forward and rear tilt. 

Herman Miller Aeron Size B stainless (renewed), $899

You can't go wrong with the Herman Miller Mirra 2, an office chair designed for people who can't sit still. Completely adjustable for individual comfort, the flexible chair uses ergonomic technology and features a loop spine back to mold to your curves. In terms of materials, the chair is constructed from 53% recycled materials and has a breathable seat to prevent sweating or overheating. Like most Herman Miller chairs, the Mirra 2 can be customized in everything from color and finish to seat depth and back support type.

Herman Miller Mirra 2 Chair, $1,186 (reduced from $1,395)

Scooping up a slightly used Mirra 2 chair can save you significant bucks. While you don't get to completely customize this lightly loved favorite, you can choose between a butterfly or TriFlex back, and whether you prefer standard tilt or tilt limiter. 

Herman Miller Mirra 2 chair (renewed), from $650

While significantly less expensive than the Aeron, the Herman Miller Sayle chair still offers statement-making design and superior quality. Inspired by suspension bridges, the chair's signature back features an innovative Y-Tower with webbed ventilated elastomer constructed to flex when you sit back, while offering maximum lumbar support. Like the Aeron, it can be completely customized from color and caster type to adjustability, and also comes with a 12-year warranty. 

Herman Miller Sayle chair, from $795 (reduced from $935)

Score the Sayle for less with Chairorama. This fully adjustable white-material-and-chrome-base version features the tilt limiter and adjustable arms. A similarly equipped, brand-new chair tops $1200, making this alternative a steal. 

Herman Miller Sayle chair (renewed), $629

First published on March 31, 2022 / 6:01 PM

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