On orders over $50.
No code. No hassle.
richard c. from austin, tx
male, 83 years old, quadriplegic for past 42 years, ROHO user since 1975.
Reliability, long lasting
Cost is too high
Reviewed on 12/14/2016
mary lou v. from college station, tx (caregiver)
52-yr old male suffering from paralysis of right side. Sits in wheelchair about 10-12 hrs/day.
Comfort and has prevented skin breakdown during the 2 months of usage.
None perceived so far.
Reviewed on 09/16/2016
david r. from independence, mo
Works as described.
Reviewed on 04/02/2016
amy l. from louisville, ky (caregiver)
Reviewed on 03/11/2016
janice m. from astoria, ny
The cushion is comfortable and easy for me to carry.
I am disappointed in my most recent purchase. The cushion does not seem to take as much air as it used to, so I have to inflate it more often (once per month). I used to be able to go much longer than one month before having to re-inflate the cushion. Also the quality of the cushion cover is poor. It used to be all cotton, now it is a cheaper, thinner, poor quality stretch fabric. I hope this fabric does not contain latex because I am allergic to latex.
Reviewed on 12/21/2015
mara f. from hillsborough, nc
T3 level paraplegic for over 30 years
I think this Enhancer is helping to relieve pressure from my coccyx. I have been sitting a long time, luckily I have no sores, but this is the one area I have some issues.
It is hard to tell if it is relieving pressure because my hips are so narrow, but I think the skin does look better.
Reviewed on 11/19/2015
paula l. from madawaska, me (caregiver)
Used on an electric wheelchair. It has allowed pressure sores to heal completely and, due to it's design, prevents hotspots from developing.
Durable, easy-to-use, lets the user control the firmness to his/her daily need.
The only weakness so far is the price...very expensive...most people with severe disabilities already suffer enough and then also must endure price gouging by manufacturers of special need products...too bad, but true.
Reviewed on 10/24/2015
charles p. from marshall, tx
I am a 74 year old T9 paraplegic and have been dealing with a pressure sore for the last six or seven years.
Distributing the pressure where needed.
None, just wish I had known about it much sooner.
Reviewed on 10/16/2015
robert m. from cascade, mt
I am 54 and a t2 paraplegic. Come this February it will be 30 years I have been in a wheelchair. I have used a roho cushion for 24 years.
You can get any cushion that fits your needs and lifestyle.
It is an issue when there is a hole in one the balloons. Also, the cushion covers stretch.
Reviewed on 10/15/2015
lawrence s. from nyc, ny (caregiver)
Spouse has Nephrogenic Systemic Fibrosis. He had contractures in all his extremities. It is almost impossible for him to move on his own.
Removable cushion; sick people have accidents. The ability to pump the air to achieve individualized comfort levels.
I don't see any.
Reviewed on 07/04/2015