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kent p. from appleton, wi (caregiver)
My twin brother is now a paraplegic but is very active and drives a car. Prone to pressure sores, he needs a great seat cushion for his wheelchair.
Reviewed on 03/02/2017
frank g. from cherry hill, nj (caregiver)
My wife is wheel chair bound. The ROHO product is a preventative for wounds and comfort Your customer care and service was excellent !!
Reviewed on 02/04/2017
lucile l. from madison, wi (caregiver)
84 year old male with Parkinson's and dementia. Complained of pain on his bottom everyday as he sat in the wheelchair. Relief the first day using ROH
Very high priced. Medicare would not pay. Air valve sometimes difficult to turn.
Reviewed on 11/17/2016
brian s. from seneca, sc
65 yr. old male with some paralysis below the waist due to an injured spinal cord, but able to walk (with a limp) and perform my own yard work.
It performs the required function of providing a comfortable cushion to sit and is very mobile.
High initial cost for an item that wears out and must typically be replaced every five years.
Reviewed on 11/10/2016
thomas t. from haynesville, va
No pressure sores.
They wear out too quick.
Reviewed on 09/22/2016
michael s. from inverness, fl
Quadriplegic of 33 years
Comfortable and easy to clean. Does limit a persons chances of getting a skin sore. Long time user and haven't found anything comparable on the market.
Durability has been an issue. Have purchased five cushions the last five years. Not obese and under the weight limit of the product. Costly product, especially when paying out-of-pocket or item is punctured.
Reviewed on 08/04/2016
mary h. from portsmouth, va
Ninety-three year old in wheelchair
Easy to use and very comfortable.
None. Unlike other reviewers, I have had no trouble with losing air from cushion.
Reviewed on 07/20/2016
irene t. from milwaukie, or
I have used Roho cushions ever since my injury which paralyzed me years ago. I have never had pressure sores. However, they do wear out.
Reviewed on 07/02/2016
joe w. from garden city, ny
Reviewed on 06/11/2016
bob g. from phoenix, md (caregiver)
Spouse in a wheelchair for movement around house and visiting.
Appears to be holding air well without need for frequent re-inflation
Needs a better diagram of the inflation valve.
Reviewed on 06/08/2016