A cylindrically shaped foam lumbar roll with a maroon corduroy cover and a hook and loop tape opening. Made of a soft foam that gives support and comfort to the lumbar area. Portable. Maybe useful in reducing lower back pain or in correcting poor sitting posture.
Method of Use
Place buttocks as far back in the seat as possible. Lean forward and insert the roll horizontally across the lower back just above the belt
Lean back against the roll so that the hollow in your back is supported.
Extra product information
Instructions for use:
. Place buttocks as far back in the seat as possible. Lean forward and insert the roll horizontally across the lower back just above the belt
. Lean back against the roll so that the hollow in your back is supported.
One size only.
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Refer to the supplier and manufacturer manual for maintenance instructions and safety warnings.
Models / Specifications
Model Standard: Lumbar Roll
- Width 320 mm
- Diameter 110 mm
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