The Roho Shower/Commode Cushion is a seat for people who have pressure sores and are trying to find the best way to accommodate their seating in a shower or commode bench. The individualized cells are made of a soft rubber material and are filled by air through the method of an air pump instead of a traditional foam pad and can be individually repaired with a Roho Repair Kit.
Adjusting the air pressure within the cushion can adhere to an individual's weight, making sure you select the proper size will affect the ability to use the Roho cushion to the best of its abilities - the range of weight can greatly vary through this method which is why it does not have a set weight capacity like others.
Foam paddings have a spring resistance to them, the more you push down on the foam, the more they push back which can backfire if you are needing a comfortable seating and have to accommodate pressure soars. The Roho shower and commode cushion have individual cells that move in different directions with your body as you sit and adjust yourself when you move the cells will move with you to a point; passing your seated contact points to the next cell. The cells are made to be non-resistance, so you won't feel any friction when accommodating yourself after you have sat and need to adjust.
Additional accessories such as an extra air hand pump can be purchased separately. Other options for a better sitting experience include a Lumbar Support Cushion and the Enhancer Dry Floatation Air Cushion for people who use a wheelchair.
Product Features and Benefits
- Made of Soft Rubber Material
- Included ISO Flow Valve Helps Eliminate Drift
- Helps Keep Constant Blood Flow
- Can Support a Wide Range of Weight
- Easy To Repair Individual Cells
- Manufacturer: ROHO
- Product SKU: SEATCMD88LP, SEATCMD89LP, SEATCMD99LP
- Height: 2.25 Inches
- Width: 14.75 Inches
- Depth: 14.75 Inches
- Weight: 1.5 Pounds
- Weight Limit: None If Properly Sized
- Warranty: Limited 24 Months
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