The New Herman Miller X Logitech G Embody Gaming Chair
Level-up your gaming set up with the new Embody Gaming Chair from Herman Miller and Logitech G. This chair features science-backed ergonomics that will keep you comfortable and cool so you can keep on gaming.
Embody was originally designed with the input of more than 30 physicians and PhDs in biomechanics, vision, physical therapy, and ergonomics. Now, Herman Miller has researched how gamers sit and enhanced their original design in partnership with Logitech G.
Unlike other gaming chairs on the market, you won't have to replace Embody every few years. We rigorously test each and every one of our products, which means they're built to last.
Herman Miller's Most-Researched Chair Enhanced Specifically for Gamers
Enhanced Gaming Seat
Because you sit in a more upright position when you're gaming than you might when you're at work, the Embody Gaming Chair is enhanced with an additional layer of foam in the seat to support your more active posture.
The seat's new copper-fused cooling foam technology prevents heat buildup while you game.
PostureFit Spinal Support
Your strongest posture is standing—when your chest is open and your pelvis is tilted slightly forward. Because you sit when you game, our patented PostureFit device is here to mimic that strong, standing position by supporting your spine at its lowest point, the sacrum, while also providing lumbar support.
The BackFit Adjustment combats the unfortunate reality of sitting for long periods: the spine's tendency to curve in an unnatural, uncomfortable way. It adjusts to your spine's unique shape so you can maintain a neutral, balanced posture.
Even Pressure Distribution
When you're gaming for long stretches of time, pressure buildup takes a toll on your body. Targeted pressure distribution throughout the Embody Gaming Chair's seat and back conform to your body's micromovements automatically, distributes your weight evenly, and helps your blood flow.
*Gaming products will be available for purchase through Catalyst in 2021.