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    Senior Member Sh0rty's Avatar
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    ride cushion

    Does anyone have any experience with this cushion? I am demoing it right now and it seems alright but I have never heard of anyone on here using it.

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    I use it. Much more support than Roho nexus spirit. Less maintenance. Easy to clean.

    Less pain with it than the nexus cushion for me. Looks fantastic when combined with the Ride Corbac back.

    I use a discontinued, off the shelf R1 cushion, but my PT swears up, down, left and right for the custom cushion for people with seating problems.

    -- JB

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    I am pretty sure it is the R1 I am on right now. Do you find or feel like you are slipping into the hole?

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    Make sure that the cushion is all the way back. When I was using my original sling back it pushed the cushion forward, making it uncomfortable. I had to raise the sling back so I could get the ride cushion back far enough in the chair so that it was comfortable.

    If it feels like you are falling into the hole, it also might be to large for you.

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