Eases lower back pain while sitting. Lateral and vertical shaping provides anatomically correct support, Ideal for home, office or automobile.
36 of 36 people found the following review helpful
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After deciding that I needed to take better care of my back I bought the Back-Huggar for my car. I really do think this fits in my car nicely, I tried it on my office chair and it worked well there too. I’m a tall women in a small car and I was worried that putting the back-huggar would leave me to close to the stearing wheel. It is shapely enough for support and thin enough for room. This is a very good product, I would definately buy another.
Okay after all the back products I’ve purchased this is now my favorite back support. I also have an obus roll and a fitness wedge. This is by far the best supportive cushion I have. I now have several and use them in my car, my kitchen chair, my home office chair and my work office chair.
19 of 19 people found the following review helpful
Great for the car,
This review is from: Bodyline Back-Huggar – Thin- Bucket Seat Style – The Original Lumbar Cushion – Black (Health and Beauty)
These are good quality back cushions, much better than I got in the drug store. This model is thinner than their standard, which works much better in my car. I found the standard pad pushed me too far forward.
22 of 23 people found the following review helpful
Good but a bit thin,
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Good if you don’t want as much lumbar support. But it’s less than I would like. I got this because Back-Huggar describes the thin style as “most popular bucket seat style”. However, it’s much more beveled than necessary for my Honda Accord. Indeed, the standard, non-beveled Back-Huggar fits between the side bolsters of my bucket seat. In retrospect, perhaps Back-Huggar’s description was referring not to fitting the most common bucket seat styles, but rather that this style is the most frequently purchased among their two bucket seat styles.
Still, it’s definitely better than nothing in the car.
Before buying a Back-Huggar for your car seat, measure the space between the seat’s side bolsters. The thin Back-Huggar is 7″ between the bevels at its narrowest. The standard is 14″.
Instead, I now bring the seatback all the way forward, slide the seat forward, and tuck my rear back as far as I can. It takes some getting used to (and is tough if you have a belly), but I think it’s safer for the neck. If you don’t want to do this, you should attach a pad to the headrest to bring it closer to your head. Some newer cars now have tiltable head rests for whiplash protection.
*I actually do use a small back roll in the small of my back to get some more arch – you’ll need to affix it to the seatback.