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allen l. from san bruno, ca
I have a spinal cord injury since 2002. I've use this product for many years. So far I only know Roho cushion is the best cushion on the market.
Good support for seating.
Last in about 2 years life time.
Reviewed on 01/01/2017
cesar g. from indio, ca
Really good cushion!! Wouldn't sit on anything else...
Reviewed on 12/30/2016
james b. from morristown, nj
I am 82 years of age and a polio survivor having contracted that disease in 1949. I have been using a power chair for the past 15 years.
It conforms to the individual bottom and relieves the pressure that causes pressure complications.
I have only been using this product for about three weeks. So far, the only weaknesses seem to be adjusting the air pressure for optimum comfort, and the height of the cushion that makes it difficult to transfer from a lower level.
Reviewed on 12/28/2016
chuck f. from tukwila, wa (caregiver)
My husband is 88-1/2 and has sores on both sides of his rump along with purple skin, so he is a primecandidate for this cushion. Wheelchair bound.
Will have to see if it works-- if it helps with those sores, will be worth weight in gold
hard to figure out how to use- husband was an engineer and he had hard time- I wanted him to do it himself---took him a month to pump up & start to use
Reviewed on 11/18/2016
john o. from north haven, ct
62 yrs old arthritis bad in wheelchair all day can walk very little stand maybe 2 minutes.
No pressure sores now, had three before I found out what they were. None since maybe 7 years now.
Buy the one with gauge on it. Without it can't tell when you have enough air in it.
Reviewed on 11/13/2016
sandi m. from cape girardeau, mo (caregiver)
My father, who is 92 years old.
Does what the add said it would. Well made.
There are no weaknesses that I have found.
Reviewed on 10/22/2016
mary r. from greenville, sc (caregiver)
98 years old, has a little sore on bottom so needs cushion.
Good for delicate skin and long-term sitting.
Too many people think it has to be completely inflated when it actually should only be partially inflated. See how-to video on RoHo Website.
Reviewed on 10/11/2016
ed c. from san diego, ca (caregiver)
This is for my wife who has M.S. and is wheelchair-bound.
The cushion distributes the weight evenly and is adjustable.
Hard to decipher inflation instructions from the Roho company. Also easy for user to slip down while seated; I corrected it using non-slip.
Reviewed on 09/21/2016
victor n. from tampa, fl
T4 paraplegic for 53 years.
It maximixes the flotation depth minimizing possibility of skin breakdown.
Reviewed on 08/05/2016
janet m. from braintree, ma
Use at computer and dinner table.
Reviewed on 08/05/2016