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Has anyone tried one of these?

MagsMMags Posts: 57
edited 06/11/2012 - 8:26 AM in Back Surgery and Neck Surgery
Check this bed lounger out at the Better Back Store. Have any of you tried this and do you like it? I have one of those old fashioned kind, but it's very uncomfortable. It's kind of pricey, but if it's made well it might be worth it. Let me know. -maggie



  • recomend buying one of these, they are way to expensive for what it is needed for. I couldnt use it because it him my neck wrong. Way to expensive
  • haven't tried that brand, but prefer a regular cushy recliner. I go through them about one every 2 years since I practically live in it with permanent S1 nerve damage. I'm hoping that will change once I get my spinal cord stimulator, but until then, I must have a cushy chair to recline in the majority of my day. Plus, much cheaper than the chair above.

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