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Comfort Touch Cooling Sensation Seat Cushion - Drive Medical - RTL2017CTS

Comfort Touch Cooling Sensation Seat Cushion - Drive Medical - RTL2017CTS
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Comfort Touch cushions by Drive are designed to help satisfy your therapeutic needs while immersing you in comfort with an ergonomic design, high-quality foam and luxurious look and feel. The Cooling Sensation seat cushion combines high density foam with a cooling gel top layer to provide superior comfort across multiple indoor and outdoor settings. This versatile cushion can be used on any seating surface including home or office chairs, wheelchairs, benches, stadium seating, and more! The carry handle allows for convenient portability.

Features and Benefits
  • Ergonomic molded foam provides support and eases pain and discomfort associated with the pressure of prolonged sitting
  • Gel top layer provides cooling sensation for added comfort
  • Machine washable stretch cotton blend cover is low shear, water resisitant, and comes with a non-skid bottom
  • 18" x 16 "x 3" foam cushion comes with a carrying handle to conveniently take wherever you go

Product Specifications
  • Actual Product Weight: 2.8 lbs
  • Overall Product Height: 3"
  • Overall Product Length: 18"
  • Overall Product Width: 16"
  • Primary Product Color: Black
  • Primary Product Material: Polyurethane Foam; Polyester Cotton Blend Cover
  • Product Weight Capacity: 350 lbs
  • Warranty: 1 year limited

Model # rtl2017cts
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