Herman Miller, American Furniture Company has teamed up with Logitech G to unveil a high performance gaming chair. Christened Embody Gaming Chair, this ergonomics chair is a part of an exclusive product line-up developed by the two brands together. This hi-tech chair is designed specifically for gamers that spend more time in front of their gaming PCs than in bed. Thankfully, Embody is designed to keep bodies of the gamers properly aligned, comfortable and balanced.
Both the companies worked together in studying gamers and esports players for two years to build this chair. Understanding the needs of gamers, the brands enhanced the original design of Herman Miller’s Embody chair to create this world class gaming chair. Sadly, traditional gaming chairs focus on aesthetics which decreases the gamer’s performance. However, the Embody chair is packed with science-backed ergonomics that increase performance and also lowers the risk of injury.
Embody is made using durable and sustainable materials in USA. The chair offers lumbar support and the patented PostureFit device provides support to the spine at its lowest point, the sacrum. Also, the BackFit adjustment tunes to the spine’s unique shape so that one can maintain a neutral and balanced posture. Besides that, the seat comes with latest copper-fused cooling foam technology that prevents heat buildup while you game. The chair comes with targeted pressure distribution that reads the micro-movements of your body and distributes your weight evenly. It features cushioned and fully adjustable arms that are easy to move as per your needs.
The Embody Gaming Chair from Herman Miller and Logitech G comes with a price tag of $1,495. Other products launched as the part of the partnership includes Ratio gaming desk and Ollin monitor arm.
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