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The SAYL Chair Really Is "The Best for the Most for the Least" (Product Review)

by LiveModern Webmaster last modified Jan 04, 2012 02:06 AM
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SAYL Chair at a Herman Miller 1952 desk model 4658. Image Credit Emma Alter Office chairs are a difficult design problem. Herman Miller's classic A eron chair has been a hit for over a decade, but it costs nearly a thousand bucks and is rarely seen outside of high end offices, although it was the darling perq of internet startups; there were even Aeron hockey tournaments. At the other end of the scale, crowding the aisles of Staples and Walmart, are the usual low end home office chair that had perhaps a height adjustment but not much else, that sell for well less than a tenth of that. Herman Miller's SAYL is designed by Yves Behar to sit in the middle: a beautiful, ergonomic chair made from sustainable materials at an affordable price. It nails it.... Read the full story on TreeHugger






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