A Visco foam top layer and gel fluid middle layer make this cushion perfect for evenly distributing your weight.
(Model No. JU)
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This cushin is well made but very expensive
Comfortable for medium term sitting.
Could have been made higher in the back of cushion so one is not sitting in a depression.
craig c. from longview, wa
I am 62 and a paraplegic able to transfer on/off the chair unassisted.
Best on the market
Up to date materials and technology
Haven't found one
thomas r. from stanhope, nj
Disabled 70 year old
This is a comfortable, stable cushion.
I purchased the reduced profile cushion. I like the memory foam which I find fairly comfortable. I used the Jay Extreme cushion before and like this one better.
Due to the fact that the memory foam compresses, the cushion cover becomes too big so that when I transfer, the cushion slides over too much. I ended up putting the Union cushion in my old Extreme cover and that seems to help alleviate the problem. Full disclosure, I transfer in and out of my chair many times a day and I do not get the highest lift of my bottom on transfers so if you get a high lift on transfer it may not be an issue for you.
jennifer b. from candia, nh
40 years old female quadriplegic who is active.
No sweating, comfort.
Comfort, no sweating, solid construction.
Weight, awkward to handle.
james r. from tehachapi, ca
Disabled vet, spinal cord degeneration and stenosis.
My wife and I love this cushion.
Ease-ability to apply to power chair and durability of material and stability.
The price is a little high but for what it accomplishes it is very cheap.
billy b. from colorado springs, co (caregiver)
For my wife's power chair....it is much more comfortable for her.
pressure sore prevention and protective 2nd layer cover under outside cover.
weight and height
ken o. from saint charles, mo
Product is well made. Had ROHO air chamber as first cushion after accident to paraplegic. Too many troubles with loss of inflation after 2 years of us