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Posted: 03/03/19 08:35pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Looking for something to make long trips easier, mostly for my bride and kids.
What do you recommend?


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Recently bought a neck pillow. Love it! Wondering why I didn't buy one sooner.


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I use to put a sleeping bag on the jackknife sofa. It made sitting and sleeping much more comfy. For the car seat, I bought one of those "As seen on T.V." cushions. It was made like a sandwich with two layers of foam, and a layer of jell in the middle. Very nice, sorry I can't think of the name. I own a Lincoln MKZ, and you'd think it would have a comfortable seat-no way- it's horrible. My wife wants me to trade it, and she's never like that. I talked to the local seat expert in town, and he says they make the seats hard so the sensors etc will work right. When I was young, I could sit on anything, not so now that I'm older.


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I have that "As seen on TV type cushion also only I use it behind my back. I am short and most seats lean back too far and I feel like I'm half laying down. It makes driving/riding much more comfortable. When it's hot, you can take the gel layer out - freeze it and put it back in the layers to help keep you cool while using it.

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Posted: 03/04/19 12:35am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

[emoticon] Hi, through out the years, I have tried several seat cushions and the one that works the best for me is the one sold at Costco.


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Air ride seats in my rig no need for seat cushions


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Nothing. No one uses anything. Even after 10 hours. The X is comfortable!


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Bought a memory foam seat cushion at Wal Mart that's about an inch thick. Pretty comfy.


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Am using a "ASOTV" comfy-cushion, but it needs replacing, and I have not been able to find a new one yet. My driver seat has about 60K miles with my fat whatever sitting, and just doesn't have to support or cushioning it used to have.


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My wife and daughter both use coccyx cushions:
https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00N9U008A/

I used it for a there and back trip from central Pennsylvania to Goshen, Indiana trip. It actually did make for a more comfortable 20 hour round-trip.


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