Ever since Roho were invented the only way to set one of these cushions up and make sure that it has the correct amount of air inside is to use the hand check. This method is really very much hit and miss. Not everybody has the same size hands. Some people have got little skinny fingers, whilst other people have got big porky pig sausage fingers. This means that you could have one person setting your cushion up as per their size of the hand. Then another person checks your cushion but they have big fat fingers.. If you do use the hand check then I think it's important that you have one person who keeps a check on it for you.
I have been using the Permolock wheelchair restraints mechanism in my Mercedes sprinter van ever since I got my new Permobil Corpus 500 in 2011. I think I've been using it long enough now for me to be able to give my opinion on what I really think of this wheelchair restraint system.
I recently purchased a hot water "one cup" boiler which makes it very easy for me to make a cup of tea quickly. There are various models on the market, this one is slightly dearer as it has the facility to alter how much water it dispenses on each boil. This is great if you have various drinking mugs of different sizes.
If like me you don't have any hand or finger movements then you will completely understand how frustrating it can be when you want to do something that actually involves holding something firmly. My childhood hobby is angling and I've been doing it since I was about nine years old. After my accident in 1986 I completely dismissed ever going fishing again and literally gave all my angling equipment away.