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Thread: Anyone use "Forever cushions" while at the machine?

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    Super Member Pollytink's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by NUBQ View Post
    Watching "The Five " today. One of the guys showed his Forever cushion he was sitting on, and swore by it...There are all kinds come up when I google the name...I don't know what is best to buy..Without spending $80, that is...
    Any information would be appreciated..
    Looked for some reviews of the Forever Comfy cushion and found this site:

    He doesn't really review it but read the comments on the page.....and be careful!! I'm always afraid to buy from this kind of TV ad as I've read so much about people's experience of paying so much more than they say and of getting on lists you can't get off of, etc etc. The cushion sounds good but maybe at some point it will show up in stores, as so many of the TV ad items do.

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    I have a Gypsy Sit Upon thing and am not liking it much. I feel like I'm sitting on a big bouncy ball and I can't seem to stay comfortable. A friend of mine loaned it to me but it just feels weird to me. I can't seem to get the hang of it. I do sit on an office chair so maybe it's designed more for those that sit on hard chairs?
    I have been on the lookout for a posture pillow. I'm going to get one one of these days. I keep checking Walmart to see if they have one. I feel better knowing that it can go back if it isn't all that it claims.

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    My husband has a Wondergel extreme seat cushion. It has 2" of gel. He had lost so much weight that he developed a pressure sore over his tail bone from just sitting and we tried EVERYcushion we could find to ease the pain of sitting. This was recommended by a nurse friend and it has worked. His sore has healed, but he has to sit on this EVERY time he sits as he has lost all muscle and fat in that area of his body due to his illness. I've tried it and it is quite comfortable. The price is about $80.
    Last edited by TanyaL; 10-20-2012 at 05:48 AM.

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    Power Poster nativetexan's Avatar
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    boy that one price beats the $147.00 i just spent on one for my hubby. he sits all day in his recliner and sleeps there due to back and neck problems and is getting a sore bottom. i got him a cushion that is for wheel chairs. should be here soon so we will see if its' any good then.

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    I finally made cushions for my niece who has crohnes, using thick foam pads with cotton batting and "pillow case" for the cover so it could come all apart and be washed. Just replaced the cotton batting when necessary.
    I choose to give my life away for things that last forever

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