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    "Retractable" seat belt

    Per a thread in the equipment forum (posted here rather than there since I now work for Bodypoint), wanted to suggest our pelvic stabilizer, called the Evoflex, for consideration. It does not retract, so does not have the hardware comfort issue, but stays upright when you unbuckle it, and has 3 buckle options, including a low-force ("rehab") latch, for weight shifts and transfers.

    I agree with SCI-Nurse that you don't want a belt to reduce the likelihood of doing pressure shifts, so definitely an argument for the right belt(s), if any, mounted in the right place.
    Last edited by renard; 05-26-2016 at 05:55 PM.

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