Herman Miller Sayl Ergonomic Office Chair with Tilt Limiter and Carpet Casters | Stationary Seat Depth and Arms | Studio White Frame with Cherry Crepe Seat

June 5, 2019 - Comment

The two innovations that make this chair so state-of-the-art are the ArcSpan and the Y-Tower. ArcSpan shapes the back and anchors the suspension fabric, while the Y-tower is the backbone that stretches the fabric and provides support. As affordable as it is inventive, Sayl proves the belief that a reasonably priced work chair can be

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The two innovations that make this chair so state-of-the-art are the ArcSpan and the Y-Tower. ArcSpan shapes the back and anchors the suspension fabric, while the Y-tower is the backbone that stretches the fabric and provides support. As affordable as it is inventive, Sayl proves the belief that a reasonably priced work chair can be well designed and include leading-edge ergonomics.

Features:

3D Intelligent Technology: Sayl’s revolutionary 3D Intelligent suspension back molds the support you need into the back material, eliminating hard edges and the need for a frame. The suspension back is a flexible elastomer that adapts to each person’s unique shape and provides exceptional comfort and support for just about all body types.

Eco-Dematerialised Design: Designer Yves Béhar is big on environmental responsibility in design. The result is a lightweight chair that is 93 percent recyclable. Structural components are hollowed out, reducing weight and volume. The ArcSpan, arm structure, and tilt mechanism are fused into a single strong part that also reduces the chair’s weight. The Sayl work chair weighs only 37 pounds.

Elegant Anywhere: Shape matters, especially when introducing a chair into your home. At a desk, around a table, in the living room. The organic shape of the Sayl back makes it elegant anywhere, from every angle.

“The Best for the Most for the Least”: The standard for the designer when working on Sayl was to make a product that is the best design for the most people at the smallest cost. Herman Miller’s goal was to make a work chair that is everything a Herman Miller chair should be in terms of ergonomics, elegant styling, superior engineering, and ecological responsibility.

Comments

Anonymous says:

Very Poor Quality We bought two of these chairs. On both of the chairs, the armrests fell apart within 12 months. They are made of cheap foam rubber over a too short piece of plastic, which does not support the foam rubber all the way. Thus, the front end of each armrest first cracks and then falls off. Such an obvious design flaw.

Anonymous says:

Cleanly balances elegance and ergonomics (review after 2 years of home use + 1 warranty service) This chair may not have the same icon status as some other Herman Miller designs (Aeron), but it still gets some screen time every now and then in movies with sets representing upscale offices and so on. I can’t blame those set designers; this chair makes a statement that few others do in the task chair space.I moved into a new condo in late 2016. I was making an effort to furnish it with ultra-modern looking furniture. Somehow, things fell into place and I started moving towards a…

Anonymous says:

A great medium quality chair for short people~ The Sayl chair by Herman Miller is a work of art. The quality is very high and you can tell it will last throughout the warranty.Pros:Just as much form as functionSlanted cushion increases blood flowTalking pointArm height keeps back straightCons:Manufacturing date over a year oldThe plastic mesh is a little discomfortingAbsolutely not a chair for tall persons (photo attached of five foot eleven male)You can see at 5 foot…

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