Most breathable cushion and cover on the market thanks to the honeycomb cells that circulate air and evaporate moisture.
(Model No. CLASSIC)
It does not collapse
nidal k. from san jose, ca
firm supportive cushion
easy to use, firm seating but provides enough give so that he doesn't get skin breakdown
andrea b. from oceanside, ca (caregiver)
male, age 73, Parkinson's disease
Liked it enough that this is my second one.
Comfortable, supports me, lightweight. The cushion itself is sturdy. First one I had worked for 5 years.
The last one I had, the cushion cover came apart at the zipper. Purchased a replacement one and it ripped in same place.
karen s. from aptos, ca
73 year old female left leg amputee
Seems to be well made cushion
The honeycomb technology, Doesn't require air up.
Was a little hard at first but seems to be breaking in and getting a little more comfortable.
rocky g. from palestine, tx (caregiver)
58 year old Female, sitting most of the time due to Tibia Plateau injury, mobile on walker some, sleeps in recliner as well. Needs cushion for relief.
The cushion was as described and arrived in a timely manner.
Ease of use, low maintenance.
Can't think of any.
allan s. from grafton, nd (caregiver)
A middle aged male with cereberal palsey
Stimulite Classic: Review
mel b. from scottsdale, az
Washable, durable. Does not need air replacement like the Roho Cushion.
It would be nice to get just the cover without getting a new cushion. The cushion is expensive but worth it.
joanne l. from huntington beach, ca
This is my third Stimulite Classic Air Wheelchair Cushion. It does a great job of helping to prevent sores.
I don't know if I would recommend it as it did not work...
Makes me feel like I will fall out of my chair.
cindy l. from owasso, ok
I use a wheelchair for all mobility.
Provides comfort and support.
Tends to get a little warm at times.
carl c. from pflugerville, tx
40 yr old male double amputee.
Keeps me sore free.
I find the Stimulite cushion works. Despite SpinLife's product label, it is NOT foam; it is a honeycomb of flexible plastics that conforms to your butt, supports it, and still lets it breathe. It is lightweight. It doesn't matter if it gets wet or is punctured, and it doesn't upset TSA goons when you go through airport security. And it lasts a long time—you get your money's worth.
It doesn't last forever.
cecil b. from harrisburg, pa
Paraplegic, spina bifida, 62; I've had serious problems with buttock pressure sores in the past.
I have no complaints, so far so good.
Very firm but not uncomfortable.
Do not have any
ana f. from phila., pa
Person is age 80. Have had a stroke affecting the lower left side.
Fewer pressure sores.
michael w. from virginia beach, va (caregiver)
98 year old female w/ limited mobility. Had stroke two months ago.