Spex Standard Contour Cushion

Using proven Spex strategic positioning base technology, the Spex Classic cushion is designed to create the optimum pelvic foundation for the wheelchair user with moderate to severe positioning and pressure requirements.

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Width: 8"-24" Depth: "8""-22 ""* *Dependent on width"


"8""-13"": 90kg 14""-24"": 160kg"

Colour Range

Black, Chilli (Red), Mango (Orange), Bumblebee (Yellow), Calypso (Pink), Royal (Purple), Ocean (Blue), Leaf (Green), Granite (Grey)


24 months


Spex Limited



The Spex cushion is designed to create the optimum pelvic foundation for the wheelchair user. Well established and preferred by many professionals for its capacity to adjust on-the-spot in solving for both symmetrical and asymmetrical sitting postures. Spex cushion technology provides the key solution to positioning and levelling the pelvis correctly and effectively by strategic placement in the adjustable base cell system to further contour the cushion for correction or control.

The technology of the construction produces a broad distribution pattern with low peak pressures, and pressure analysis data suggest that the pressure distribution characteristics of the Spex cushion makes it an excellent candidate for people that are at risk of skin ulcers. Further pressure management and pressure redistribution is adjusted by simply rearranging and modifying the cells at any time.

Designed for the user who has moderate to severe postural needs and pressure requirements.

– Created as the solution-solver for asymmetrical postures
– Strategic contouring pads offer complete customisations on-the-spot for a perfect fit for the client
– Gel-foam ischial well evenly distributes pressure under the pelvis
– Coccyx channel for enhanced pressure relief (for sizes 16″ +)
– Dual-layer cover reduces shear forces, and breathable air-mesh on cushion sides counters moisture
– Inner incontinence cover included
– Customisable for many requirements such as leg length discrepancies

Excellent choice for individuals who:
– Have changing postural needs over time
– Have a symmetrical or asymmetrical sitting posture that requires correction or control
– Require pelvic support and pressure relief/distribution
– Require a high degree of pelvic stability and specific contouring
– Need moderate control of abduction or adduction propensities