Self-inflating seat cushion. Magellan's design. Our luxuriously comfortable Luxe Self-Inflating Seat Cushion is orthopedically designed with a U-shaped cutout that suspends your tailbone, relieving pressure on your spinal cord. And there's no need for huffing and puffing - just loosen the valve and it inflates automatically! The non-slip backing keeps it securely in place on any car, plane or train seat, and it stuffs into its own compact pouch for easy packing in your carry-on bag. (3 x 16¼ x 13¼"; 10 oz)
You can have your order wrapped in a reusable dark gray gift bag, tied with a ribbon. $6.00 each gift bag. Select the "Gift Bag" option during checkout.
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The Luxe Self-Inflating Seat Cushion provides soft support that adjusts with every move. An easy-to-use valve allows you to customize the comfort of this cushion with the touch of a button, taking the pressure off your lower back and tailbone.Product Features:
- Inflates effortlessly
- Instantly adjusts to custom firmness
- Takes the pressure off of the lower back and tailbone
- Deflates in seconds with the the touch of a button valve
- Lightweight and compact - easy for travel
- Soft TPU fleece surface
- Comes with a storage pouch
- Supports up to 250 lbs.
Size: 16 1/4 x 13 1/4 x 3"
Weight: 10 oz
- Customer Reviews
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By Margaret C, GA in April, 2013
This cushion was a lifesaver. for me on my trip to Africa from Savannah, GA, We flew Savannah to Atlanta to Amsterdam to Kilimanjaro, Tanzania (20 hours) Then, home from the Maasai Mara to Nairobi, Kenya and onward, which was forty hours door to door. I used it twice daily on game drives in creek beds as well as dirt tracks during my two week safari to East Africa, as well. Since I was only 5 1/2 months out of very extensive back surgery ( two 12 inch rods and 14 screws), it was essential that my spine be protected. This self-inflating pillow did the trick! I like that you can release air after inflation in order to find your comfort level. If you follow directions, it is not difficult to release air and deflate. Try rolling it up as you deflate and that speeds up the process. Not only did this pillow serve me well in Africa, but I had used it for the prior five months in the car as well. I never had a problem with it loosing air. I still keep it in the car for long trips. I think that it is a fabulous product!.
By Darrell, Mineral, IL in April, 2013
Should be listed as disposable; good product for 1 trip
I have difficulty sitting long periods of time (basically anything over an hour) without being able to get up to get the circulation going. I was taking a trip from Chicago to Rio and thought I would give this product a try. I thought it worked great; I was able to endure the flight with no discomfort to speak of roundtrip. The problem is after one trip it no longer keeps inflated. No matter how tight I get the valve it may last about an hour. As I said, great product for one trip, after that you might as well toss it.
By Ellen M., Wayland, MA in October, 2012
Great concept;good inflation, poor deflation
Hi, Glad you asked. I take a tush cush to restaurants(wooden seats,non-supportive curved chair backs) and other places, including air travel here and abroad Etc.Your cushion inflates, but to deflate is so difficult that it makes the anticipated convenience/concept unworkable. I had 4 people for dinner and we passed the cushion around with negative deflating ease.results. I am going to return the cushion Keepworking on the product and I'll pass the word around if you can solve the problem!
By Stacey D., Indian Land, SC in August, 2012
Super easy to use, takes 20 seconds to blow up. And super easy to change the pressure by slowly letting out air if needed. I like that you can easily turn the air valve to let a little air out if it's to firm to get just the right amount of inflate and padding. I got it several weeks ago and take it with me EVERY where that I sit down. Excellent inexpensive investment! Looking forward to traveling with it to provide some sitting relief during a long flight.
By S. S., Norwich, VT in July, 2012
Not bad for long trips
I bought the self-inflating seat cushion and used it on a long plane ride (in economy seating) to Tokyo and Seoul. On previous such long flights, I would find my bottom feeling stiff and sore after about 6 hours and I would have to get up and move around, or sit on my hands. On this trip, I found the cushion to be quite good in keeping me comfortable the entire 12+ hours (I did get up and walk around periodically but not because I was feeling stiff). Unlike some previous reviewers, I did not find the cushion to deflate after a few hours (in fact it specifically stayed inflated for 12 hours on my return trip). On an unexpected note, I found that the cushion lifts me up about 1.5 inches, and I found myself sitting taller than I normally do (I am 5' 7'' tall). This means that the Delta seat back hits me in unexpected places and, when they want you have the seat backs upright for takeoff and landing, I found this to be rather uncomfortable. Once I could lean the seat back, I was fine.
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