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Wednesday, June 15, 2011

ELD Ergonomically Correct Highly-Elasticity Hip-Up Seat Cushion Review

I had the extreme pleasure of reviewing a product which my entire family has now fallen in love with and my husband has requested as a Father's Day gift. The product was provided to me for review, but all of the following is entirely my own opinion along with factual specifications about the product. It comes in 3 colors - navy blue, pink and red. And, if you combine this cushion with the ELD memory foam back cushion, you get even more comfort with back support and hip support as well.

The ELD Ergonomically correct, highly-elasticity hip-up seat cushion offers amazing comfort by aligning the hips and spine to pull legs together and create less strain on the body while sitting. It's made of air mesh fabric, so it breaths as it allows airflow. The inside of the cushion is a strong memory urethane foam. The cushion adjusts easily to fit every body type. The cushion adjusts easily to fit even a small person. It works great as a cushion to position your child's body during study time. My 4 year old has been putting it on a hard dining room chair to sit and watch TV. She loves it too!

The cushion works great for over-the-road truck drivers or delivery drivers, computer programmers, typists, or anyone who sits for a long period of time. The cushion also is great to use when wanting to create a slimming, beautiful body shape as it pulls the legs together and creates a nice line of form.

The benefit to this healthwise is that it de-stresses the body allowing you to perform well, free of aches and pains. It's great for those who suffer from hemmorhoids or incontinence. All you have to do is sit down, and the cushion automatically lifts your hips and aligns your legs for comfort and health.

This is an amazingly comfortable product that I would recommend to anyone who ever has to sit to get work done.

I also got to do this video review. The camera is set up to focus on the seat cushion and what it does, not on me and my face:

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