NWR COSM chair for your Home Office -

It’s rather beautiful. I’d love one but I’m going to guess it will blow two or three year’s wine budget?

It depends on the version you choose, mid-back or high-back. Also which arm version you choose. At the end of the day you have a good-looking ergonomic chair with 12-year-warranty.

BTW, a few days ago I saw a high-back version without any arms in Stockholm by a musician. And he wrote that COSM was the best investment in his health of the last years. He also has back problems.
 
If you're looking for a new ergonomic office chair for your home office then watch this new eye-opening review.

Also for people who have second thoughts about the leaf arms (optional you can buy a version with adjustable arms) . Or for people who have a messy home office, its also very eye-opening. Or for tall people there are also interesting insights. Anyway watch........

 
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„I got the Herman Miller Cosm last year. Pretty happy with it. Comfy and looks awesome. And without all the annoying knobs to adjust.“

Scott Guymer/ Twitter


Always good to see that customers are happy with the product after 1-year-use
 
Can anyone recommend an office chair that isn't so unashamedly modern in design? My Herman Miller Aeron is pretty much ready for the bin now after many years of good use by myself and the previous owner, but I would like something next that suits our decor a bit better rather than something straight off the Starship Enterprise...! Closest I've got is a Humanscale Freedom in tan leather but it's still a bit "officey".
 
Can anyone recommend an office chair that isn't so unashamedly modern in design? My Herman Miller Aeron is pretty much ready for the bin now after many years of good use by myself and the previous owner, but I would like something next that suits our decor a bit better rather than something straight off the Starship Enterprise...! Closest I've got is a Humanscale Freedom in tan leather but it's still a bit "officey".
My daughter has a Herman Miller "Embody" chair which looks a bit more traditional and is very comfortable. It has a padded fabric cushion instead of mesh and a very flexible back section
 
I strongly recommend to visit a Herman Miller or Steelcase or Vitra store and try a chair. All bodies and taste are different, so test a chair.
 
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Presumably the only stores with stocks of Martin's and chairs of similar quality and ergonomics are in London?

I couldn't possibly conceive of paying this sort of money without sitting in one.
 
Here we have a selection of the most important office chairs by Herman Miller. Fair to say 1 chair, LINO, is missing by a design couple from London.

I should point out that all chairs are ergonomic with a 12-year-warranty. Especially the ergonomic part is such important as I read meanwhile dozens of dozens comments over the years by owners with a backpain that our chairs helped them to fix this problem. Just yesterday someone recommended our MIRRA 2 chair which in contrast to Cosm chair has a lot of options for adjusting.

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Note: The second chair MIRRA 2 should be on fourth. And the fourth EMBODY should be second ( from left to right )
 
How much do you want to spend?
Eames Aluminium Chair looks quite classic to me, think there are many unlicensed derivative versions available. I don’t think I’ll ever look further than my Hag Capsico though. Transformative for my back.
Got a mate in Norway who bought a Hag Capisco for his office on a trial basis. Within a week all of his staff were fighting over it. He was left with no choice but to buy everyone in the office their own chair. It almost bankrupted him. Very happy staff mind you.
 
Very informative video about an office set up by the London based Tech-expert Oliur/UltraLinx published 1 week ago. Also about the right sitting in an office chair. haha

 
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