Vicair vector o2 cushion

The Vicair Butterfly consists of three compartments filled with Vicair SmartCells and is each adjustable in cell density. This allows the Vicair Butterfly back cushion to conform precisely to the body’s contours. Vicair Butterfly even offers the possibility to create an active, relaxed and stable body position in basic wheelchairs. The simple attachment system makes the Vicair Butterfly an adjustable and a versatile solution.

Key features:

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  • Active position: supports the pelvis and lower spinal column, avoiding a posterior pelvic rotation - easily achieving and maintaining an active seating position
  • Relaxed position: supports the lower part of the rib cage by using in reverse (cradling the lower rib cage) – improving lateral support and encouraging a relaxed seating position
  • Extra stable position: by combining two Butterfly Backs - one in a low position and the other one in a high position - the pelvis, lower spinal column and the rib cage is fully supported offering comfortable body contact from the pelvis all the way to the mid thoracic region.
  • Attachment system: consists of two adjustable straps designed to go around the back of a wheelchair, providing stepless height.
100% Machine Washable
100% Machine Washable

The SmartCells can be left inside the cushion for laundering - fully machine washable up to 60°C.

Vicair SmartCell Technology
Vicair SmartCell Technology

The unique Vicair air-technology, which uses the small air-filled SmartCells was developed in cooperation with the Amsterdam Rehabilitation Centre.