Surprisingly, Aaron Gaming has practically all the possible and imaginable settings that a chair can offer. We start with the seat height, which is adjustable from 43 to 58 cm here, as well as allowing a range (15 cm) to accommodate persons measuring up to 1.91 m. On the other hand, the depth of the seat (47 cm) cannot be adjusted, or the height of the rear (58 cm) cannot be adjusted. The lack of a headrest is fully considered by Herman Miller, who justifies this choice, indicating that the headrest is not required for the best position of the back. For example, it can be annoying when wearing a bulky headset or hoodie. In a situation like this, those who follow sleep after lunch will disappear.
The back of the Aaron Gaming is tilted when discarded from professional seats and the body weight is turned off. This off-center movement (opening the seat / backrest angle when leaning back) can be adjusted in three positions (vertical locking, partial tilt, full tilt) using the dial located under the seat on the left. This rocker’s resistance responds to the user’s weight to the correct dial. Keep in mind that Herman Miller recommends releasing this rocker regularly during rest or reflexes to promote the circulation of body fluids – however, the rocker is usually blocked during work or sports sessions on the computer. Some users will be fine with an intermediate setting, which will keep the backrest straight while typing and allow you to go backwards during the relaxation phase. However, it is very practical to avoid going backwards during a particularly tense passage in the middle of a video game.
The left lever also has a button to tilt the seat slightly forward. The position of the body is then very upright, carrying the weight on the thighs; Keep in mind that a right angle to the knee joint is recommended when sitting – an adjustment that will raise the seat slightly so that the knees are slightly lowered.
The backrest has a small wheel (posterfit SL system) that allows you to play with the pressure of the two paddles that support the hip area. Be careful not to twist it too much, as you may lose a small seat depth.
In addition to all of this seat and backrest adjustment, the armrests have full-scale modifications. Their height is defined very precisely via a slide without notes, while a lever authorizes this vertical adjustment to lock. The backlash of the armrests is corrected by “forcing” them to slide on a significant slide. The gap can adjust its area at an angle, with respect to a prominent center located at the elbow. So the gap is more or less adjusted at the elbow, and it is at the front of the armrest that we have the largest range.
Both of these extreme changes are sufficient to quickly adjust the position of the armrests, especially the mouse’s responsible hand, which must sometimes be brought close to the body during long keyboard typing sessions. On the other hand, you should avoid relying too much on the armrests to get out of the seat or settle, otherwise they will slip. The resistance of the notes is that this is not a defect.