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Paddle-shaped lever on right
To raise: While taking your weight off chair, lift
To lower: While seated, lift lever up.
Goal: Adjust chair height so your feet rest flat on the floor or
footrest with your body comfortably supported. Avoid dangling legs, which
puts pressure on and restricts the blood flow in the back of your thighs.
You may need to adjust your desk or keyboard height to make this work.
Kinemat Tilt Tension
Long stem on right side, with
To increase tension: While seated, turn knob forward
(clockwise, toward plus [+] sign).
To decrease tension: While seated, turn knob backward (counterclockwise,
toward minus [-] sign).
Goal: Increasing tilt tension gives you more stability and back
support when you lean back. How much tension you need in your chair will
depend on your body and your idea of what’s comfortable. People who carry
more weight above their waists generally need more resistance, people who
carry more weight below their waists generally need less. Keep
experimenting with it until it’s just right.
Wheel on base of arm support.
To raise or lower arms: For each arm, turn wheel upward until
arm loosens. Grab the base of the arm support and raise or lower it to the
height you need. Turn wheel downward again to lock the arm in place. Repeat
for the other side.
Goal: Adjust the height of each chair arm so the weight of your arms
are supported. This helps take the weight off your shoulders.
Front of each arm pad.
To swing arms in or out: While seated, grasp front end of arm pad
and pivot it to the left or right.
Goal: Getting the arm angle just right helps support different types
of work and shifts in posture. Swing chair arms inward for support while
using a keyboard. Swing them out when you use your mouse or another input
Thick pad on back of chair.
To adjust depth: Putting equal pressure on each end of
the lumbar support pad, lift and push it out of its track in the back of
the chair. Flip it over and replace it in its track.
Goal: Notice that one side of the lumbar pad is thicker than the
other side? Switch between thick and thin sides to find the amount of
lumbar padding that comfortably supports the natural curve of your
Thick pad on back of chair.
To change height: Put equal pressure on each end of the
lumbar support pad, and raise or lower it to a comfortable position within
Goal: Adjust it until it comfortably supports your back. You’ll know
when you’ve got it right.
Front lever on left side.
To position chair forward: Lean back and lift the lever all the way
up. Then lean forward with the lever lifted. Release the lever.
To resume horizontal position: While seated, push lever all the way
down. Lean back.
Goal: Many people who work on computers prefer a forward-tilting
position. To support your back, set the tilt limiter after switching to a
forward position. If you work really long hours at a computer, you might
try changing from horizontal to forward position every couple of hours to
keep your spine healthy and flexible.
Rear lever on left side.
To limit tilt range: Recline as far as you like. Move lever
up to define the limit of recline. You can still move forward. Readjust as
To release tilt limiter: Lean forward, press lever down.
Goal: If you want to sit in an upright position, set the tilt
limiter when the seat is in a horizontal or forward position.
Your Aeron is made to clean
easily, so be gentle with it. Dusting with a feather duster is all it’ll
usually need, but if you just have to, wash the Pellicle, frame, and base
with a soft cloth soaked in mild soap and warm water. Rinse with a
water-soaked cloth, and dry with a soft cloth. Don’t use any solvent-based
cleaners on the Pellicle suspension.
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