Product Features

The Vicair Adjuster O2 standard is an adjustable skin protection cushion that provides support for the IT/coccyx area, redistributes pressures over a larger surface area and may be adjusted to assist in managing pelvic asymmetry. The Vicair Adjuster O2 is available in standard or low version. The Vicair Adjuster O2 Low is a shorter length version of the Adjuster O2 Standard

The front compartments offer femoral support and the pre-ischial self minimizes sliding forward.The Adjuster O2 Standard comes with a Comfair or Incotec cover and has a Kwik-Strap add-on option to help keep the cushion secure to the wheelchair. This cushion also offers stability and comfort and the entire cushion is machine washable.

  • Vicair® Technology

    Vicair Technology uses air filled “SmartCells” – which offer a unique combination of skin protection and positioning. Smooth SmartCells move almost frictionless against one another. The SmartCells in each cushion compartment, deform individually and together to adjust to the body. Cushion compartments are designed in such a way that provide stability and therefore positioning possibilities. Each is filled with just the right amount of SmartCells, resulting in a stable cushion. Every compartment can also be adjusted to fit individual needs by removing or adding SmartCells.

  • Breathable

    Adjuster O2’s open cushion structure offers 100% breathability and ventilation. The breathable cushion helps with temperature and humidity control, increases comfort, and reduces effects of shear and friction on tissue deformation.

Adjuster® O2 Product Features:
  • Temperature and moisture regulation
  • Fully machine washable
  • Individual solution for asymmetry
  • Minimizes sliding and shear forces
  • Adjustment can be individualized to the body’s contours for pressure distribution

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