Logitech and Herman Miller have collaborated on a gaming chair, and it might cost more than your PC

Embody once told me the world was gonna roll me

Can you put a price on good spine health? It is the support rod for your whole body. Believe me when I say this, young readers: you don't appreciate a healthy comeback until yours is a little screwed up once.

Either way, you can put a price on good spinal health, but most of you won't be willing to pay for it.

Logitech and office equipment manufacturer Herman Miller have teamed up to create an Embody model gaming chair. It's less ostentatious than your average gaming chair, which is mostly black with a few Logitech blue accents. Also, it's $1.

You get what you pay for, and Herman Miller has a reputation as one of the best chair makers. The chair's landing page has many scientific claims about how it conforms to your back, promotes a balanced posture, and helps evenly distribute the pressure of your weight. Still, I have a $400 Secretlab chair that I'm very happy with; it's hard to imagine any other chair justifying a price almost four times higher – although the Herman Miller is much more my aesthetic.

For anyone familiar with Herman Miller's usual range, the Logitech collaboration is a close relative of the standard Embody chair. It looks like the gaming version comes with an extra layer of seat foam “to support your more active posture” and copper-infused cooling foam to keep you from sweating. That's right, this gaming chair comes with a heatsink.

I have nothing more to say about the expensive chair, but I'd like to leave you with this behind-the-scenes look: I told Jordan I was writing about the chair and he replied "Logitech x Herman Munster" then sent a Wikipedia link to Herman Munster. I can't forget the audacity to think I don't know the Munsters. Real monsters I work with.

Herman Miller x Logitech G Embody Gaming Chair [Herman Miller]

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