kelly t. from sutter creek, ca (caregiver)
95 year old woman who due to a back injury cannot stand for long periods of time. Therefore she sits alot.
Size availability, comfort, easy to maintain and keep clean.
Reviewed on 08/18/2016
eric h. from indianapolis, in
First Harmony cushion used till it sprung a leak. Purchased 2nd Harmony cushion, which I am sitting on right now
Can sit all day and not get "bed sores"
Darn thing went flat and could not buy new bladder
Reviewed on 04/16/2016
pamela m. from dauphin island, al
Mostly chair bound
Comfort, Ability to adjust and readjust, Durability.
Can't really think of any. You get what you pay for!
Reviewed on 02/18/2016
Made well. A little higher than expected. I found the pump to be cheaply made and awkward to use.
karen r. from west warwick, ri (caregiver)
90 year old mom with pressure sores from sitting and sleeping in a recliner.
The seperate air cylinders.
Air pump quality and difficulty to use.
Reviewed on 04/06/2015
corazon r. from richmond, tx (caregiver)
My husband is bedridden and uses the wheelchair cushion when we go to his doctor appointments and when we sit him on his wheelchair to eat.
The air cushion helped people who uses wheelchairs.
The air does not stay that long and I have to pump air into it often.
Reviewed on 04/02/2015
corazon r. from richmond, tx
User is bedridden and has a low air loss mattress to prevent bed sores. At the same time, when he is seated, his bottom hurts.
Very comfortable for the user.
Loses air fast.
Reviewed on 03/19/2015
annette k. from bedford, nh (caregiver)
Wheelchair working very well, happy with the product.
Reviewed on 02/06/2015
Economical, lightweight, adjustable pressure air and foam cushion
douglas s. from blacksburg, va
66 y.o. 160 pound male, post-polio
Cost, comfort, adjustable
Not puncture proof
Reviewed on 01/11/2015
mischa s. from tucson, az
Age-95; unable to walk independently; cannot trasfer from 1 seat to another independently, general health good.
Reviewed on 09/19/2014
virginia p. from jackson, ca
I have Multiple System Atrophy and use a wheelchair always. This is the most comfortable cushion I have tried.
Since I have problems with my hands I have trouble closing the air valve tightly
Reviewed on 06/19/2014