Jay's entry level contoured cushion is a cost effective solution for pressure redistribution and stability.
Definitely adds comfort when using my chair.
Comfortable and easy to keep clean.
joan t. from glendive, mt
I have advanced COPD and run out of breath very quickly when walking. So I finally purchased a chair along with a cushion for extra comfort.
The chair is high-quality and made in America
The chair is high-quality and made in America. Comfortable, rolls Easley, light weight,
robert j. from valparaiso, in
I am back surgery a few months ago .I have little use of my hands because they Have no feeling a little strength.My legs don’t have any any Strength.
Good quality, comfortable
Strong velcro, comfy cushion
Perhaps a bit pricey for the basic model
joana r. from athens, ga
26, Ehlers Danlos Syndrome
Can be slippery when wearing sport shorts. but PT/OT has me using shelf liner to stop slipping out of chair! They are brilliant.
karen h. from beaver falls, ny
has MS and post car accident, so legs are not dependable
very good cushion for the money.
Durable. I use one every 3 months.
It wears out about every 3 months and I then buy another one.
keith w. from west hills, ca
It’s slightly smaller then preferred. I actually prefer my...
It’s newer and basic
Too short and no cutout for rear section
michael d. from strongsville, oh
I’m a T/5 paraplegic since 1977 when I was 17 years old.
Jay Basic: Review
kathleen p. from covington, tn
I like the style.
So far so good.
No opinions yet.
alive c. from bronx, ny
Cushion is fine.
kurt b. from manahawkin, nj
57 yr old paraplegic, needs cushion for wheelchair.
THE PRODUCT IS FINE
WORKS AS DESIGNED
mrs f. from spencer, nc
70 PHYSICALLY DISABLED
Do not feel that this one is the best for his needs.
Ease of taking cover off for washing.
Not as thick as I would like.
beatrice c. from mansfield, oh (caregiver)
61 years old, left sided weakness from stroke, 6'4" and 260 lbs
Nice, nice, nice.
Made good, quality.
quyhn c. from sunnyvale, ca
Great piece of work.