Comfy Up is an attractive-looking, thick and soft brown cushion that will help you comfortably sit down on and get up out of any chair. The square cushion will automatically give you four extra inches of height. Besides using this cushion on hard chairs and old, sagging recliners in your home, you can also use it on outdoor furniture, which tends to be of the hard variety. Comfy Up is lightweight, so if needed, you can even carry it with you on the go, using it in the car or on church pews, park benches, movie theater seats, or restaurant chairs.
If you use Comfy Up, you'll no longer need to undergo an intense struggle to get out of your seat, or feel uncomfortable while sitting on a chair with less-than-stellar padding. The extra height that the cushion will give you will boost you up so moving from a sitting to a standing position will be less of a challenge, regardless of your age or physical condition. Comfy Up is ideal for seniors or other individuals with limited mobility, or those who are temporarily limited due to being in recovery from surgery. It'll also come in handy when a child is too big for a high chair, but needs a boost to reach the dinner table.
Total Cost Breakdown
The cost of Comfy Up is $19.99 plus $7.99 shipping. The special TV offer allows you to receive a second Comfy Up by paying the extra shipping fee of $7.99 for a total price of $35.97.
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How It Works
Since Comfy Up will boost you up four inches higher than normal, regardless of which chair you use it on, you won't sink down as low in the chair when you sit. That means you won't have to push as hard to get up, either, and the whole sitting and standing process will be less strenuous for you. The cushion will also conform to the shape of your body, keeping you comfortable the entire time you're on the chair, too.
Each Comfy Up cushion is square, the same shape as the seat of the vast majority of chairs.
These cushions all come in a brown shade, so they'll look good with the decor in most homes and on most patios.
Comfy Up cushions are not heavy, so you can take yours in the car or out in public with you without struggling to carry it. Each one also has a handle that you can hold while doing so.
- Spring-back Foam Insert
Each cushion contains a spring-back foam insert that will conform to your body while you sit on a chair, but will spring back to its original position afterward. Hence, more than one person will be able to use the same cushion without feeling as if it's been molded for someone else.
- Ideal for Expecting Mothers
It's harder to sit down and stand up with a massive stomach than it would be otherwise, but fortunately, Comfy Up will provide some extra support for expecting mothers as they do so.
- Great for Seniors
Senior citizens are another group of people who tend to have difficulty sitting down and getting up, due to stiff, arthritic joints, but using Comfy Up will make this a quicker process for them, too.
- Useful for Injured/disabled
People suffering from a temporary injury or a permanent physical disability won't have the same level of mobility as a healthy person, so they'll likely appreciate the boost they'll get from a Comfy Up cushion.
- Can Boost Kids
Besides using Comfy Up at the dinner table for a boost in height, kids can also use the cushion in the car in order to see out the window better. If you're a very short adult, you may choose to do this, too, especially if you have difficulty reaching the steering wheel. The cushion may also be useful for children at the movies, if the theater has low seats that make it difficult to get an optimum view of the screen.
- Suitable for Outdoor Use
Outdoor furniture is often made out of plastic or some other hard material, but if you find it uncomfortable, you can pad the piece you're using with your Comfy Up cushion.
- No Ties
Comfy Up cushions don't come with ties that you can use to attach them to chairs, so there's a chance that one may slip off a chair.
- Standard Cushions
Most chair cushions are nowhere near as thick as Comfy Up ones, so they won't provide as much comfort and support as these do. Plus, some are not suitable for use outdoors and lack a handle that you can carry them with, anyhow.