- Contoured for correct anatomical fit
- Moisture-proof closed cell foam base is easily modified
- Available in 12 sizes
- Soft contoured foam inside the fluid pad increases comfort
- JF35 moves with the body to reduce friction, heat and shear
- Covers slip on for easy installation
Sunrise/ JAY Jay J2
walter h. from niceville, fl
I am a paraplegic. During my hospital stay I developed pressure sores. I am in a wheelchair for 12 hours daily.
Durability and comfort. This is my fourth J2 cushion (16 years).
The gel is sometimes difficult to arrange. When lifting legs to move about, I will often slide down in cushion.
Reviewed on 10/31/2016
Concept great; but in last few years quality of construction poor
nathan l. from bethesda, md
Spina Bifida; wheelchair use; so use at least 16 hours per day; physically active.
Design (gel) prevents skin breakdown and cushion itself generally less likely to break down by losing air like the Roho; however poor workmanship is affecting product, as protective vinyl holding gel in last two cushions purchased has failed, causing massive leakage of gel
See 6 - leaking of gel
Reviewed on 10/06/2016
constance w. from venice, fl (caregiver)
My 33 year old son has CP, along with other disabilities. He spends about 16 hours a day in his Wheelchair.
My son is sitting up much straighter and has no redness or signs or irritation. His new cushion is very comfortable.
haven't found any yet
Reviewed on 08/12/2016
may c. from pinehurst, nc (caregiver)
94 YO female with ALZ. Purpose of J2 is to prevent pressure wounds. Pt has habit of landing hard when descending. Sits for 2 hrs at a time.
Pressure redistribution is better than foam cushion.
Reviewed on 07/05/2016
roy z. from brevard, nc (caregiver)
My business is servicing power mobility products and this was purchased for a customer. His old one was several years old and came apart at the seams
Reviewed on 03/10/2016
rainer r. from atlantic beach, fl
Reviewed on 01/20/2016
judy s. from hoisington, ks (caregiver)
44 year old male, physically & mentally impaired, leans to one side.
Reviewed on 11/25/2015
greg r. from wheat ridge, co
I am a polio survivor with and atrophied right leg. My weight core is on the left side, which creates a lopsided seat. The J2 cushion is strong and st
Reviewed on 11/05/2015
charles b. from maquoketa, ia
27 year old male; paraplegic since 1995 as result of a car accident.
There are lots of customization options, it is a high-quality product that's made to last, it is comfortable, and it is low-maintenance.
Without any extra support it may be easier to slide off the gel onto the solid foam, which may result in discomfort.
Reviewed on 10/04/2015
maria w. from westwood, nj
71 year old woman with MS. The cushion feels great and is comfortable for sitting a long time.
The gel at the back of the cushion
Reviewed on 09/13/2015