Jay J2 Recline
Only cushion specifically made for those in a tilt or recline chair.
(Model No. J2 RECLINE)
Prevents skin breakdown in my WC-bound patient.
Custom made and well made. Long lasting despite daily wear and tear.
suzanne r. from phenix city, al (caregiver)
Friend =MS. He is Wheelchair bound. This cushion keeps him from skin breakdown on a consistent basis. As an RN, I highly recommend.
Best cushion I've owned
Gel molds to my body to give full support keeps my tail bone from being irritated
Haven't found any yet
james g. from broken arrow, ok
I have a muscle disease that keeps me confined to a wheelchair (power)
Meets my needs
Causes less pain on my bottom Good quality front slightly higher than back with a ridge which is helpful for tilt wheelchair Cut out for tailbone and gel in back helps when reclining backward More comfortable than old air cushion
Have to be position just right to hit the cutout for tailbone and correct positioning Hard and firm High cost
annette k. from frostburg, md
ALS warrior confined to a F3 Permobile tilt reach and recline wheelchair
Jay J2 Recline: Review
james l. from haltom city, tx
Good company to deal with.
The height is good at 2 or 2.5 inch thickness.
Not enough gel in the original cushion.
leander b. from nashville, nc (caregiver)
Mother had a stroke and needs a good padded cushion for sitting for long periods of time.
Not terribly comfortable but the only one for reclining...
That it is made to tolerate the reclining chair's stress.
It’s just not comfortable! I don’t have to spend a lot of time in my chair or it would not be acceptable at all. Cost is also a serious drawback, it should be exquisite in comfort!
lexie s. from cropwell, al
Shipping was fine. Seat is not as comfortable as I had hoped. I looked hard but couldn’t find another seat that would last in my reclining chair.
Supports my back. Being wheelchair bound this gives me the support for my back I need. I don't have the back aches that I had before. Great product.
janice b. from bothell, wa
Being wheelchair bound this gives me the support for my back I need. I don't have the back aches that I had before. Great product.
Hurts my tailbone.
More gel is needed.
cathy s. from amarillo, tx
Gel stays where it needs to even with recline position.
Comfort and gel supporting.
The front sides of the seat cushion need to be built up to act as adductors for the legs
michael a. from warrenton, va (caregiver)
39 years of age, male, traumatic brain injury with spastic quadriplegia.
Jay cushion review
The cushion is easy to care for and fairly durable within the warranty.
Over time almost all J cushions will experience a leak of the fluid. If there was a way to patch this they would be exceptional, as it is they do last thru the warranty in most cases.
jeff c. from chambersburg, pa
As a quadriplegic I have used a Jay cushion for many years
My son ended up with stage 2 decubitus on thigh
I bought this pillow for my son, within three days he had a red, raw area on his right thigh where the side of the pillow rubbed it with in five days he was in E.R. with stage 2 decubitus
barbara f. from somerset, oh (caregiver)
Gel has indentation to keep patient from sliding out of...
dina g. from orland hills, il (caregiver)
Female, 88 years of age. Stroke victim completely paralyzed on left side of the body.