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    Recommended air beds? Pegasus unit not working

    I've had a pegasus airwave unit for over 10 years. The motor needs repair, and they're gone.

    What air beds are good replacements?

    Is this the company that bought pegasus?

    http://www.arjohuntleigh.com/ush/Pro...Category_Id=63
    www.myquadriplegia.com

    #2
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      #3
      This Ease company makes air beds ( http://www.easecushion.com/products.htm ).
      Last edited by WC_Sage; 29 Aug 2009, 10:12 PM.

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        #4
        Pegasus went out of business several years ago. I don't think anyone bought them out. If you need a low air loss (LAL) mattress, there are plenty of other manufacturers including Joerns/Triline, Invacare, and KCI, plus many other smaller companies. If you have to purchase out of your own pocket, you might want to check out eBay. I see them for sell there often at a significant discount.

        (KLD)
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          #5
          I have a Clini-Dyne LAL self-turning mattress.
          Alan

          Proofread carefully to see if you any words out.

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