About Herman Miller Mirra Chair
A Herman Miller Mirra chair is the seeming paradox of a chair that provides more support to your back, while using less material. The distinctive and imaginative design is something that will update any office space as well as being perfectly ergonomically designed for all shapes, sizes and requirements.
The backrest of these chairs is actually made in one single piece of polymer, with over 560 holes in it. Despite this, the backrest is very flexible in three main areas, providing excellent ergonomic support and allowing natural adjustment. They are both elastic and pliable, able to accommodate all shapes and sizes. It adjusts to movement and posture, and helps to keep the lower back aligned so as to avoid aches and pains. This helps to allow a relaxed but straight posture so that slouching is not encouraged.
The seat of the chair is designed to evenly distribute body weight, and to self-adjust as soon as you sit down. It also has clever technology in it to assume there's never a gap between the seat and the backrest. The positioning of the seat is automatically adjusted, so that the spine is always supported without a lot of fiddling about with manual adjustments. The seats are fully reclinable, with technology that keeps resistance consistent, which means no sudden jerks up or down.
The chairs are made from a durable material so wear and tear is not usually an issue. They are also one of the few chairs on the market made from 33% recycled material and 96% recyclable - so perfect for those worried about their green credentials also.