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Ended up with Herman Miller Mirra 2 Triflex.
Nice one :)

First, it's essential to make sure the chair you choose is adjustable in multiple ways, including the height, tilt, and lumbar support. Ideally, it should have adjustable armrests as well.

The seat depth and width are also important to consider. Make sure the chair is wide and deep enough to provide enough support for your body, but not too wide that it impedes movement or circulation.

The material of the chair is also important. Leather or vinyl may be more comfortable for some people, but it may not breathe as well as mesh or fabric chairs, leading to sweating or discomfort over time.

It's also essential to look for a chair with good reviews and a warranty to ensure its durability and longevity.

Regarding your specific question, the Herman Miller Mirra 2 is a popular choice for an ergonomic office chair. It has adjustable lumbar support, and the mesh backrest is designed to provide ventilation and support. However, it's essential to try it out before purchasing to ensure it's the right fit for you, especially if you have specific needs due to coccyx pain.

Other options to consider include the Steelcase Gesture, Humanscale Freedom, or the HON Ignition 2.0. It's always best to try out different chairs in person or order from a retailer with a flexible return policy to ensure you get the best fit for your body and needs.


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