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    180psi toilet cushion

    I'm looking for a toilet seat cushion like the one from 180psi or the one from paralinks. At least I think that's what I'm looking for. I want a cushion that slips onto the seat via a lip, and not with velcro. I've also seen some UK people talk about an inflatable one. I am NOT interested in the Roho. Anyway, both the 180psi website and the links to the paralinks toilet seat seem to be dead. Does anyone know where these cushions, or something like them, are available?
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    Hey, I am also looking for a similar toilet seat like the 180si! I bought three of them back in 2003/05. Now 10 years later I NEED new ones and psi is gone! I haven't been able to locate anything that even comes close to the 180 padded seat! Help please, I have severe sciatic pain. In fact I had my first epidural yesterday -- more hope, will it do any good? 24 to 48 hours is what I am told before I notice any difference.
    Gary Is = L-1 Para for 34 years.....................
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    New Padded Toilet seat thread - April 2016

    I posted this as other posts regarding padded toilet seats were years old.

    I am in NEED of a new padded seat. I've been using the 180psi seats for the past 9 years, they are a 8 on a scale of 10. All other seat pads that I have looked at don't come close, maybe a 5 at the best. Recommendations please!
    Gary Is = L-1 Para for 34 years.....................
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    I have been using the 1800psi myself for years, very pleased with them. They are now called K cushions http://www.kcushion.com/about.html

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    These 180psi seats, are they secure, stuck like glue secure? When weight shifting or leaning from side to side do they move? I wish the website GinoL posted above had more photos of the underside.

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    These seats are secure. They have a curved lip on the bottom the fits the toilet seat.

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    I got my Roho a couple of years ago. I couldn't make it work for me. I keep it in it's box.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GinoL View Post
    These seats are secure. They have a curved lip on the bottom the fits the toilet seat.
    YES! Thanks for the info, I contacted Chris at Kcushion, only one density available a this time. I've been using a soft 180PSI for years and NEED a new one. I ordered a KCushion yesterday. I know it will be better than the four of five so called padded toilet seats I've tried, none worked.
    Gary Is = L-1 Para for 34 years.....................
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    Has anyone tried to get a normal toilet seat padded and covered by an auto or marine upholsterer?

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    Are you guys doing digital stim with these cushion covers ?

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