- Nov 27, 2009
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Looks like they won't ship outside of Canada anymore. Did they say they'll still ship to the US?
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No word on that, as I didn't inquire, but it looks like they won't. And since they said they're getting out of the game, I doubt that will change. You could look at someone forwarding you one, if you're that interested?Looks like they won't ship outside of Canada anymore. Did they say they'll still ship to the US?
Sitting in one now as I write this! Probably 1970s production.No one in this thread has bought an HM Eames. I think that much is clear.
I had the exact same experience. I took apart the cushions on the reproduction and comparing them to videos that show the Herman Miller chair being made, in particular, the cushions going into the chairs, its clear to see the difference. The repros are using closed cell injection molded "memory" foam. While the authentic chairs are using white, open cell foam for their cushion material.As an update, I shelled out for a HM one after having a repro for 3-4 years.
1) As mentioned before, the repro cushions are much harder. The HM lets you sink in a bit and just envelopes you - there's more give. After sitting on that, the MHD repro cushions feel like your butt is sliding around on a board.
Thanks. It really is not too difficult to do this. And once done, you have a completely different chair in terms of comfort.I don't have a dog in the replica vs genuine race, but I just want to salute your resourcefulness.