We all love rocking and reclining throughout the day but one thing that makes this process comfortable and luxurious is the Aeron chair by Herman Miller. Manufactured by the American company, that has expertise in producing home and office furnishings, the Zeph chair is the latest entrant to the world of Herman Miller performance seating.
Made in collaboration with Studio 7.5, the office chair is ergonomic, stylish, and colorful when compared with Aeron. While the latest entrant can’t beat the beauty of the Eames Lounge Chair, it certainly makes a point with its classic silhouette and colorful design. Overall, the chair is an amalgamation of midcentury modern aesthetics and research-based ergonomics.
Zeph chair features an innovative recline that moves with the user. It has been designed keeping in mind the body pivot points in order to create the right counterbalance for a proper ergonomic sit. Both the chair seat and back move separately at different rates to provide comfort to the user.
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The mono-shell structure of the chair is made using 3D printing technology. The chair features a removable and interchangeable 3D knit seating pad. In addition, the knit pad can even be swapped out for one of the other choice available. Overall, Zeph is available in eight distinct colors with twenty seat pad options to match your favorite choices.
The company mentions, there would be more customization options available in the future. Measuring between 29–35 inches in height, Herman Miller Zeph office chair boasts a slim profile and comfortable seat. It is more affordable than most of its ergonomic offerings costing $713.