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Kolbs Avir Wheelchair Back Cushion Adjustable Lumbar Support

Kolbs Avir Wheelchair Back Cushion Adjustable Lumbar Support
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Kolbs Avir Wheelchair Back Cushion Adjustable Lumbar Support is a general use back cushion designed to help improve the comfort of those confined to a wheelchair. The technology behind the supreme comfort of the cushion is a user-controlled fully customizable air pocket enabling the user to determine the exact amount of support necessary, making it the perfect solution for everybody.
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  • Kolbs Avir Wheelchair Back Cushion Adjustable Lumbar Support is user-controlled, fully customizable, inflatable lumbar support  
  • Helps improve seating posture
  • Contoured foam for increased comfort and positioning
  • Non-slip back helps insure proper cushion placement

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Kolbs Avir Wheelchair Back Cushion Adjustable Lumbar Support is a general use back cushion designed to help improve the comfort of those confined to a wheelchair. The technology behind the supreme comfort of the cushion is a user-controlled fully customizable air pocket enabling the user to determine the exact amount of support necessary, making it the perfect solution for everybody.
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