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james a. from rio rancho, nm (caregiver)
My son has had several of this type cushion, his likes them very much and that is why we bought one for his new chair.
It is well made and last a very long time.
Reviewed on 06/24/2016
jean r. from danville, ca (caregiver)
My husband has MS and is wheelchair bound since he has no use of his legs.
It's shape and construction of the inner pillow
Every chair pillow needs to come with two covers and this cover is not easy for transfer as it is a bit "sticky" that is it doesn't allow for an easy glide. My guess is that the zipper will break before it is worn out. Really pillow covers are important...spend more time on them. Give options
Reviewed on 04/24/2016
lisa l. from lee summit, mo
49 Para. Been in a chair for 29 years and used this brand cushion for 16 years.
Light weight, great pressure relief and air circulation in
I think it's price is a bit high considering what it cost to make one.
Reviewed on 03/02/2016
john m. from lansdale, pa
Polyneuropathy with movement disorder. Extreme comfort and reliability are obtained with this cushion. I now have 2 of them.
Needs breaking in, but this improves with use.
Reviewed on 12/02/2015
richard k. from springville, ut
Twenty year wheelchair user due Familial Periodic Paralysis.
By far, the major strength of Supracor is it's 'breathability.' Air can circulate through this cushion, which keeps it and my hind end cool. Though off-putting for some, I happen to like the firmness of this cushion, plus the fact that it does not break down or wear out over time. This is my third Supracor cushion and I will never buy another brand as long as they are available. In fact, I love Supracor so much I plan on having my casket lined with it when I die.
Like all things medical, they're priced about five times what they ought to be, but this one's worth it for me.
Reviewed on 04/26/2015
diane h. from cornville, az (caregiver)
My husband is a paraplegic
It's light to carry and contoured to give the best comfort.
Reviewed on 10/23/2014
beverly s. from frostproof, fl (caregiver)
90yrs old, uses scooter since cannot stand or walk, needed coccyx protection
Protects tail bone and does not flatten over time
Reviewed on 10/04/2014
john b. from lake havasu city, az
I am 54 years old and have been a T-6 paraplegic for the last 34 years due to a motorcycle accident. I've had many problems with pressure sores.
Reviewed on 07/24/2014
fred w. from monrose, co
I am an active 53 year old T-7 para who is 37 years post-injury
Lightweight, durable, front zipper pocket is a nice feature
A little stiff until it's broken in
Reviewed on 03/21/2014
charles f. from plano, tx
I have MS and I am in my chair 24/7.
Although the cushion is very firm (some might think hard) it seems to provide more even support that helps if you have pressure sores. Also its reduced heat buildup helped heal my pressure sores.
Softer upper layer crushes over time and goes from very firm to hard. I have a Stimulite Contoured and a Stimulite Contoured XS. As I even sleep in my chair I switch cushions every couple of days to let the upper layer expand. The Stimulite Contoured XS is the softer of the two cushions, however, both are very firm. I also have a Varilite Evolution cushion. It is a much softer Air/Foam cushion. However the heat buildup breaks down my skin.
Reviewed on 11/10/2013