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    May 2004
    Perth Western Australia


    Got this in my email and thought wow this could be great for wheelchair users also? looks pretty easy to use..any thoughts before I commit lol

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    Senior Member zagam's Avatar
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    Jan 2007
    Western Australia - Hammer wielding daemon
    It puts pressure on the knees and the back. In a long flight, it may damage soft tissues. It also does not support thoracic spine. It does not solve the problem of bad seats.

    Would be better to have seat with suitable back height and squeeze angle of 80 to 90 deg to adapt incorrect seats. Such a seat would also allow an anti-decubitus cushion to be effective.

    If the seat was the same angle as the chair you could take it on board with your cushion.

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