» A PERFECT FIT - The H3 EN is our standard size headrest designed to provide you with the neck support the Aeron Chairs are missing. The H3 continues to be our most popular model, comfortably fitting all users under 5'11".
» IMPROVE YOUR POSTURE AND YOUR PRODUCTIVITY WITH SUPERIOR ERGONOMICS– Our headrests are ergonomically designed to offer you the support you need to straighten up and be able to remain comfortable, aligned and focused throughout the day - minimizing back and neck pain while increasing productivity.
» FULLY ADJUSTABLE - Three different adjustment options allow you to fully customize your experience. The headrest "Locks" into position for catered support, but can still be adjusted easily by hand from sitting. With ergonomics in the forefront of our design, the headrest adjustments are intended to be free flowing and to flex with your body's position in order to preserve an ideal body posture.
» 100% GUARANTEED TO INCREASE YOUR COMFORT OR YOUR MONEY BACK – No questions asked 30-day return policy. Additionally, this headrest comes with a 2-year manufacturer warranty.
» STRONG, BUT VERSATILE - Provides reliable support that adjusts freely Up & Down, Forward & Backward, Tilt Up & Tilt Down, all from a seated position.
» SIMPLE INSTALLATION - Arrives with everything you need and takes only minutes to install! Check out our Installment page for a guided installation video.
Been suffering with chronic and intense neck pain for years from too much work, and after four months of physical therapy and trying many other solutions, this neck support has been the biggest breakthrough I’ve had. It’s pricey, but so is each visit of physical therapy. The only thing I would change would be to allow it to tilt slightly back instead of having its maximum at straight up. Otherwise very satisfied.
While shopping for a Herman Miller chair, I was up against the Aeron and MIrra. I ultimately went with the Aeron because they was a headset available. This headrest is the perfect companion for the chair.
These are great headrests: very comfortable and flexible. Great addition to already fabulous Herman Miller chairs, which I have two of. I purchased two of these headrest, and could not be happier with the purchase.
Great job, ladies and gentlemen !!!
I got a classic Aeron and had no idea which color it is. Customer service helped me with this but you don't have to do that if you read this review.
There is a sticker at the bottom of the chair. If it says 3D01 it's Carbon, if it says 3D02, it's Lead. The two looks almost the same to me so I had no idea which to order. The carbon is more black and lead has this slight brown tint to it.
I got the H3 because I'm under 5"11", I would say it just barely fits me being 5'8". I'm adjusting the headrest to the full limit in height and well, it fits. It's just my OCD that wants to always have a little bit of room to play with.
The H3 comes with a smaller screw to attach to a Small Aeron. You can find out the size by touching the lip at the top of the chair. One bump is small, two medium, three is large. It also comes with two extra plastic caps which can damage if you are not careful when removing them to adjust the tension. I was not careful and it nicked a little but smoothing out with my finger sort of healed it.
I had to adjust the tension to make it not flop around if it rest my head with a reasonable push.
Overall, it's absolutely required to have a head rest for me if you want to sit on this thing for the entire day. Even right now, I'm resting my head on it so it takes a bit of pressure away from your neck. Overall, I'm happy with this purchase as it just looks complete now.
I've had my Aeron for well over a decade now. Still just as good as new. Happened to come across this headrest, and thought it's $$$. Ended up getting a home office stipend due to Covid-19 and thought I might give it a try.
It's very easy to install and quite nice to use. The materials are top notch and appear to be the same pellical that the Aeron uses, which has held up beyond expectations.
The only 2 (minor) issues I have is:
1) it's quite expensive for a clamp on headrest.
2) it's not quite as adjustable as I'd like, specifically forward and back.
It's also not "solid" in that even after tightening the adjuster bolts, it's still pretty easy to "move" by just grabbing it and pushing.
Instructions indicate that that's intentional, and it's not too bad. I'll have to use it more to see how that works out.
In the end, if you're going to upgrade your Aeron, I'd suggest Urethane castors first, and this headrest second.