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KOMFORT KUSH    


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Picture of KOMFORT KUSH The Komfort Kush is wedge foam seat cushion with a center rear cutout designed to relieve pressure in cases of hermorrhoids, injury to or surgery on the coccyx or anal area and post-pregnancy. This cushion slopes from the back of the seat to the front to tilt the user's pelvis slightly forward to restore the spine's natural lumber curve. It is constructed of high density poly foam with an ultra-suede cover that is removable for easy cleanup. It has a non-slip bottom and a carrying handle for easy transport. DIMENSIONS: The cushion is 3 inches thick in the rear and slopes down to be 1 inch thick in the front. COLORS: Black, blue, grey, brown, and light brown. WARRANTY: 5-year limited warranty.

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This product record was updated on May 18, 2012.

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Manufacturer:

McCarty's Sacro-Ease, LLC

3329 Industrial Avenue
Coeur d'Alene, Idaho 83815
United States
Telephone: 800-635-3557 or 208-765-8408.
Fax: 208-664-6891.
Web: http://www.mccartys.com.
Email: SACROEASE@aol.com.


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