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Back Support...Long Commute

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My commute to work is currently 50min one way every day. Any recommendations for back support? Looking more for mid to lower back.

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http://www.yogaback.com/The_YogaBack_for_Driving/new_YogaBackDriving_BU.html

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mKU7C7A-ZQE


Maybe this will help.

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A small child or any mid class german car as they all have adjustable lumbar support

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I personally like having heated seats for my long commute. It has helped my lower back pains greatly.

2010 Nissan Altima w/ heated leather factory seats, fyi.
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Still want to fit heated seats on my car, the element are there just not the wiring as they're a retrofit.

I'd love to experience the new mercs & jags with the massage seats :o though I might have a gentlemen problem, if itstoo vigorous

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you know that is going to be the next thing they come up with, and the next thing they ban...self pleasuring apparatus in automobiles.

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Simple: [b]Volvo[/b].

Of everything I have sat on/in nothing has felt as good as sitting in a leather Volvo seat (the non-leather ones are amazing too), and that includes non-car seats/chairs/... It feels like the seat is part of you, supporting every single bone in your body. I don't know how they do it and why other cars don't but it's pretty amazing.
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[quote name='sc302' timestamp='1361288108' post='595530352']
I personally like having heated seats for my long commute. It has helped my lower back pains greatly.
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Same here. I keep mine on low heat at all times except on hot summer days.

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[quote name='Rohdekill' timestamp='1361306040' post='595531002']
Same here. I keep mine on low heat at all times except on hot summer days.
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I always feel like I wet my pants when I'm sitting on heated seats. Very weird feeling.

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[quote name='Ambroos' timestamp='1361306398' post='595531008']
I always feel like I wet my pants when I'm sitting on heated seats. Very weird feeling.
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Right? Newer cars are better, but I remember a friend had an older Audi and when the heated seats kicked in you'd suddenly wonder if it was time for the adult diapers.

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My old car had heated seats. Dont have them anymore. Thanks for the suggestions.

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http://www.amazon.com/Wagan-IN9438-Heated-Cushion-Support/dp/B0041RPGQ6/ref=sr_1_1?s=automotive&ie=UTF8&qid=1361326162&sr=1-1&keywords=12v+heated+cushion

12volt :)

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