[EXCLUSIVE] Our Readers Get This Perfectly-Shaped Memory Foam Seat Cushion For 80 Percent Off

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One of the many problems with modern life is that, without a doubt, it is a sedentary one. We spend eight straight hours a day sitting down, followed by significantly more time sitting down at home, usually in front of a TV screen. This is bad for pretty much every part of our body: It leads to significant back pain and irritates the lumbar, hip, tailbone and coccyx.

While you may not be able to get out of that office job that requires you to stare at a computer screen all day, you can take actual steps to alleviate your discomfort. One such step is by getting a seat cushion. Specifically, a memory foam seat cushion. Specifically, this bamboo charcoal-infused memory foam seat cushion. Not only does it work wonders for your pain, but it is also 80 percent off for Daily Dealer  with the code UZ2S44EL.

Normally $70, this orthopedic seat cushion is 80 percent off with this code (Photo via Amazon)

Normally $70, this orthopedic seat cushion is 80 percent off with this code (Photo via Amazon)

CYLEN Home-Memory Foam Bamboo Charcoal Infused Ventilated Orthopedic Seat Cushion – Blue Washable & Breathable Cover on sale for $13.75 with code UZ2S44EL

This seat cushion does everything it can to solve the natural problems that arise from sitting down so much. The bamboo charcoal provides ventilation that keeps the temperature from rising (and the chair from smelling). The memory foam is specifically designed to relieve pain, and it also utilizes special temperature-sensitive technology that softens when it reaches the optimal heat level.

This new design also has a non-slip cushion cover that will not fall off the cushion while also allowing for maximum airflow.

This cushion is worth all $70 it normally costs. Nearly 800 customers have reviewed it, and two-thirds of them gave it a perfect 5 out of 5-star review. Here are a few examples.

Jo Redford calls it “a great support cushion”:

The seat size is very generous to accommodate many body types, and definitely helps with back and sciatica issues. I am very thin and lack “natural padding”, so the design is perfect for me as I am petite. The cushion is very comfortable, gives me extra height in my car, and would be an asset for anyone chair-bound. This is the best cushion I have found!

Nanadeb says:

I was skeptical, but this works great. I have several bone diseases of the spine making sitting very difficult and painful. Nothing has worked until this. I now carry it with me and use it. I have ankylosing spondylitis, osteoarthritis, degenerative bone disease of the spine (extra holes where they don’t belong in vertebra) degenerative disc disease, and scoliosis. Add to this a slip disc between L3-L4. I could barely sit for 20 minutes to eat. Now I can sit with this pad for a couple hours and even feel better after sitting with this pad. I was skeptical because it’s pretty hard. It doest soften up just a little bid after sitting on it, but it doesn’t loose it’s shape and it never gets too soft. My longest time sitting on it so far has been 2 hours…a record for me! I recommended it to a friend with a lot of arthritis in his back, and he said it works great for him too. Worth every one of the 5 stars I’m giving it.

And Jonathan says:

Perfect cushion to sit on for the chairs that get flat after sitting on them for a while. I use this for work since my work shifts are 12 hours and it does get uncomfortable sitting for so long. This cushion makes it so much better, don’t need to keep shifting to find a non flat spot on my chair anymore. I highly recommend this to anyone.

Many, many people “highly recommend” this seat cushion, and so do we. Especially for our readers, since you can get it for under $15.

This seat cushion is good for more than just wheelchairs (Photo via Amazon)

This seat cushion is good for more than just wheelchairs (Photo via Amazon)

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