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andrew s. from sterling heights, mi (caregiver)
84 years old individual who is 6' tall and 185 lbs. He is unable to walk and uses a tall-back wheelchair.
The cushion is well-made
There doesn't seem to be enough gel in the seat, yet in order to keep him using his feet to propel, we required a lower seat. He is still much more comfortable than the flat seat cushion that we were initially provided. It was also made in Mexico, not in the US. So, that *might* mean really low wages for workers.
Reviewed on 10/08/2015
kathryn a. from cardiff, ca (caregiver)
86-year-old woman who is restricted to wheelchair or bed.
Its contoured seat and high quality fabrication.
This is firmer than we expected. I'm not sure it would benefit my mom's pressure sores over the more cushiony seat she already uses. My father, who is not wheelchair-bound but is old and slender, likes it and now uses it on his work chair.
Reviewed on 08/06/2015
joanne g. from falls church, va
I'm not happy with the product at all
Reviewed on 05/22/2015
mary b. from rockwood, tn
Reviewed on 09/22/2014
lamont f. from orlando, fl
firm bottom support
I wont say it's weak but you put more gel in it.
Reviewed on 07/29/2012
barbara p. from pantego, tx
84 years old, stroke , left side paralyzed
keeps pressure off hips, good leg seperation, light weight
Reviewed on 05/09/2010
john k. from scottsdale, az (caregiver)
Stroke victim, partially paralyzed. Spends several hours a day in wheelchair.
Comfort, quality, durability.
- Cover has tendency to slide off cushion - should have better holding system (maybe straps across bottom of cover?). - Somewhat expensive.
Reviewed on 08/29/2009
lawrence b. from union, oh
59. STROKE--LOSS OF BALANCE. USE POWER CHAIR FOR MOBILITY.
Reviewed on 05/24/2009
julie g. from big bear city, ca (caregiver)
90-year old osteoporotic mom with severe arthritis, on a pain patch, and lots of dementia.
Reviewed on 03/25/2009
maricella m. from bellwood, il (caregiver)
wish it had more gel for more cushion
Reviewed on 10/17/2008