Harley Proform Coccyx Cushion

Ideal for elevating an easy chair or in a wheelchair.  A great cushion that gives maximum comfort at an affordable price.








Product Description

The Harley Proform Coccyx Cushion is part of the Harley range of cushions that offer maximum comfort at excellent value for money.  The cushion is suitable to be used in a variety of situation at home or outdoor.  It is ideal for both an easy chair and a wheelchair and has been designed to elevate the position of the user while sitting for prolonged periods.     The high-quality cushion is manufactured from high-grade nodular foam, which is an excellent product that allows air to circulate freely.   The cushion is lightweight and is therefore easily transportable but most importantly it is highly comfortable.  The cushion comes supplied with a luxury suedette cover as standard.

The highly comfortable cushion comes supplied with a luxury suedette cover.  The cover is 100% polyester, faux suedette.  The cover is zipped and can be removed for washing.

Benefits of the Harley Proform Coccyx Cushion

  • Comfort cushion to allow sitting for longer without pressure
  • Ideal for use in a chair at home or a wheelchair
  • Comfortable cushion
  • Can be used indoors or outdoors
  • Designed to elevate seating position
  • Coccyx cut out
  • High-grade nodular foam
  • Durable
  • Lightweight
  • Portable
  • Supplied with luxury suedette cover

Product Specification

  • 1 x Harley Proform Coccyx Cushion
  • Size: 17″ x 17″ x 3″   |   43cm x 43cm x 8 cm
  • Cushion weight: 600g
  • Maximum user weight: 115kg

You can find more information on choosing a wheelchair cushion here Choosing a Wheelchair Cushion or on What are Pressure Relief Cushions including our full range of Low Risk, Medium Risk, and High-Risk Cushion choices

Also available in this range:  Harley Proform Standard Cushion; and the Harley Proform Combi Cushion

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