GSeat Ultra Gel Cushion
- 5 Degree Forward Slope
- Center Relieved Groove
- Dynamic Density Technology Cushion
- Integrated handle with foldable design make it ideal for travel and easy carry
The seating surfaces we face on a daily basis are often not comfortable. Even ergonomically engineered chairs do not address the point of contact, which is where the pressure is concentrated as your body sits on a chair. The pressure leads to discomfort and fatigue. This often leads to discomfort and fatigue. The GSeat Ultra Gel Cushion uses visco-elastic gel layered over dense memory foam, as well as a functional design to disperse pressure and improve the level of comfort wherever you sit. Gseat Ultra Gel Cushion has a center relieved groove that eliminates soft tissue pressure and suspends the tailbone (coccyx), which eliminates direct pressure on the spine. Also, the cushion is a plush 2 inches thick in the main seating area toward the back. This creates 5 degree forward slope that places your pelvis in its proper posture, reducing low back pain and maintaining proper lumbar curvature. 'Dynamic Density Technology' combines the benefits of a generous portion of gel and memory foam to create a medium weight cushion that provides superior comfort (about 4.5 lbs). This one is quite a bit larger than the Gseat Gel Cushion and requires a little larger seating surface, but if you have the room, the comfort of this one is unbeatable. Visco-elastic gel allows the cushion to maintain its shape and cushioning properties better than most polymers or foams currently on the market. This gel does not break down or lose its cushioning qualities over time. It provides relief from the stressful effects of being seated for long periods of time, like low back pain and stiffness and numbness in the lower legs. Gseat Ultra Gel cushion is perfect for people working at their computers, traveling, attending school or sporting events, even wheelchairs. The integrated handle and the foldable design makes the GSeat also easy to take with you wherever you go.