Pacemaker Seatbelt Cushions

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Make Driving More Comfy for Pacemaker People

Driving and riding can be more comfortable with a special cushion designed to protect the pacemaker

If you have a pacemaker, you have probably run into the problem that nobody talks about much, namely that car shoulder seatbelts can get pretty uncomfortable. Most car shoulder seatbelts are designed to come across the chest roughly in the same area of the implant. This can make driving or riding in a car uncomfortable, particularly for long distances or when you are doing lots of short errands and end up having to belt and unbelt frequently. This handy little cushion is just a little pad that wraps around the seat belt and closes with Velcro fasteners. The beauty of this system is that it’s easy, it’s fast, and you take the cushion with you if you change cars.

It’s a simple thing, but sometimes in life, simple things can make all the difference.

There is a special right now over at Pacemaker411.com.

They’re in black and they all have the name of this website–PacemakerPeople.com.

The special over at Pacemaker411.com is actually for my book (Pacemaker Owner’s Manual),  some DVDs, and the cushion–a whole set. And while the book and DVDs are all about pacemakers, the seat belt cushion also works for short people who find that seat belts rub them the wrong way!

Check it out!

 

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