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post #31 of 87 (permalink) Old 10-13-2009, 06:52 PM Thread Starter
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What can I say guess they must have seen our pictures

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My wife loves hers so much that she uses it in her office chair while she is on the computer at work. She sits for hours at a time and it provides her sit bone a great deal of relief. I don't use mine much. I will wait until the 8th hour of the ride before I even think about it. The non-slip side holds fast to the corbin seat.

This pad gets my vote!
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I placed an order for one about 10:00 last night and had the confirmation email this morning at 6:00. Pretty impressive.

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I had picked up a couple of the seat pads at Wally World. I like it but after an hour, my hips and buttbone are still pretty sort so I just placed an order for one of the Skwoosh seat pads. I'll let you know how it works out.

I have arthur pretty bad in the hips and low back plus I have had to have fusion surgery on L4-5 so an hour on the road in the same position and I get tired and sore and am looking for a rest stop. Hopefully this can allow me to ride and not get so sore after only an hour.

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Baggy, not sure how your order went but I just got confirmation mine just shipped same day I ordered it!!

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I think they were waiting for the PayPal charge to clear.

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I used their own credit card deal instead of PayPal. I hate to have to use PayPal, if you use the checking account you have on file with them though, they will send an immediate payment even before it clears your bank where a credit card payment has to be verified before they will send a payment.

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I too used their system instead of Paypal

But I still think they saw your picture Bagmaster

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I too used their system instead of Paypal

But I still think they saw your picture Bagmaster
Even if they did, they must have liked it and put a rush on mine, it arrived today! It's much thinner than the ones I already have. We'll have to see how it does. I won't be testing it this weekend, had to cancel my trip to PA due to catching a really bad cold yesterday. The weather up there is also getting worse and worse, calling for rain and snow on Saturday and temps in the 30's and 40's. I don't ride if the temp is below 45 due to my health problems.

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Sure hope you start feeling better Bag, stinks you gotta cancel

I have to work Friday night and then take Tracy to the airport and then try and get some sleep and hopefully get my sons truck fixed sunday, so no riding until all this is done

Ride Safe, Ray

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