About Miracle Bamboo Cushion

Whether you’re at the office, in your car, watching a sporting event, or anywhere else, Miracle Bamboo Cushion’s high-density orthopedic foam will cradle and support your entire weight, leading to reduced stress on your spine and back. As a result, you might experience relief from fatigue, discomfort, soreness, numbness, and an achy butt.

Miracle Bamboo Cushion also features a cut-away design that causes your tailbone to “float” above the seat, which can help relieve the pressure caused by sitting. Heat will naturally dissipate from the cushion, helping you stay cool all day.

On the outside of Miracle Bamboo Cushion, you’ll find a shell made from rayon-bamboo fabric, which the manufacturer claims is “revolutionary, as soft as cotton, as strong as silk, and extremely durable.” Its surface is hypoallergenic and antimicrobial, wicks away moisture, and is removable and machine washable.

It’s no secret that we spend most of our time sitting, whether it’s at work, in the car, relaxing at home, or watching a game from the bleachers. And if we’re being honest with ourselves, we’re not comfortable a lot of the time.

Will Miracle Bamboo Cushion really help provide relief? Is there anything “revolutionary” about it? Even if there is, does it necessarily mean it’s worth the money? We’ll explore all of these questions in this review.

To begin, let’s talk about Miracle Bamboo Cushion’s construction.

A Closer Look at Miracle Bamboo Cushion’s Components and How Supportive it is.

Overall, there are basically two parts to Miracle Bamboo Cushion: the inner orthopedic cushion and the outdoor bamboo cover.

If you’ve recently shopped for pillows, mattresses, seating for your home, or just about any other product that claims to help you sleep or sit comfortably, you’ve certainly encountered memory foam. Without going into unnecessary detail, this is a polyurethane material that molds to the shape of anything that’s pressed against it; whether your entire body or just your backside.

While memory foam comes with some distinct advantages, perhaps the biggest downside is that it tends to trap heat. To help alleviate this, most manufacturers also produce a type of cooling gel that supposedly disperses heating better than the standard stuff.

Other than the fact that it’s high-density, we’re told very little else about Miracle Bamboo Cushion’s orthopedic foam, including whether or not it’ll cause your bum to sweat. They do, however, claim that the outer bamboo fiber shell will help dissipate heat, so let’s take a closer look at this component.

What’s “Revolutionary” About Miracle Bamboo Cushion’s Fabric?

Bamboo fabric is made from the soft interior portion of the trunk, which is extracted through a steam process (or sometimes using enzymes), crushed, processed, and then woven into fibers to create a yarn. Depending on the purpose, this yarn can also be combined with cotton or other materials.

Compared to more traditional materials, bamboo viscose claims to be as soft as cotton but more breathable. It’s also naturally antimicrobial, making it a good choice for allergy sufferers.

However, bamboo fibers have been used for years in textiles, and unless the company has invented a new manufacturing process, there doesn’t appear to be anything necessarily “revolutionary” about Miracle Bamboo Cushion’s cover. These fibers are also used in the company’s other products within the line, Miracle Bamboo Pillow and Miracle Bamboo Bra.

Pro tip: Remember that cushion material will have much more impact on heat dissipation than the cover—so unless Miracle Bamboo Cushion’s foam also contains cooling gel, it’s reasonable to believe your backside might get a little sweaty during the hotter months.

How much will you pay for Miracle Bamboo Cushion’s orthopedic foam and bamboo viscose cover?

How Much Does Miracle Bamboo Cushion Cost?

Miracle Bamboo Cushion is one-size-fits-all and is available in white, gray, or blue colors. Each one will cost you $19.95 plus $7.95 S&H. Like many other ASOTV products, you’ll be able to purchase a second cushion during checkout for an additional $7.95 S&H.

Each online order will also be subject to a $1 web service fee.

Regardless of the number you order, all Miracle Bamboo Cushions come with a 60-day refund policy, less S&H charges. If you do the math, this means that if you purchased the BOGO offer, you could break even by the time you pay to ship them back to the company.

Speaking of the company, you’ll need to call OnTel Products Corp at 844-467-9229 in order to request a refund.

How does this price compare?

Is Miracle Bamboo Cushion Better Than the Competition?

We didn’t test Miracle Bamboo Cushion firsthand, and it was so new that there weren’t any online customer reviews during our research, so there’s no way to be sure exactly how well it stacks up. However, suffice it to say that there is a whole lot of competition.

To see what we mean, type “portable orthopedic cushion” or “portable seat cushion” into any search engine, and you’ll literally be met with thousands of different choices. Sure, they might not be designed identically, but they’ll provide many of the same features as Miracle Bamboo Cushion—including the cut-away (which doubles as a handle) in back.

Want to expand your selection? Drop by just about any big box retailer near you (especially sporting goods and outdoor stores), and you’re sure to find at least a handful of additional options. Even better, if you choose to purchase a local option, you could potentially save a boatload on S&H charges.

From a price perspective, you could find some portable seat cushions for as little as $10, all the way up to $100+. Again though, without having tested Miracle Bamboo Cushion we can’t say how it compares from a quality perspective.

Who is Dr. Lincoln Clifford?

When Dr. Lincoln Clifford appeared in the Miracle Bamboo Cushion commercial, your ears might’ve perked up. But just who is he and what are his credentials?

Lincoln Clifford is a Doctor of Chiropractic based out of Provo, UT, where he runs his practice named Align Rehabilitation & Wellness Center. There’s no indication where Dr. Clifford attended school or any of his accreditations, although he does appear to have a positive patient reputation.

Nonetheless, should you buy Miracle Bamboo Cushion?

The Bottom (Pun Intended) Line About Miracle Bamboo Cushion

Based on the fact that there are hundreds of other popular bamboo products out there, not to mention orthopedic seat cushions with essentially identical designs, we can see that the “miracle” in Miracle Bamboo Cushion’s name is just marketing hype. Certainly, there’s nothing wrong with that, but it’s important to point out in order to help you maintain realistic expectations.

If Miracle Bamboo Cushion really conforms to your body and offers support as well as the company claims, then the relief it provides might be considered miraculous. But again, considering that we know next to nothing about the foam’s composition, there’s no way to identify how realistic this expectation might be—or, whether you’ll consider it the “world’s most comfortable cushion.”

In the end (seriously, we could keep doing this all day!), shopping online might be more convenient than visiting local stores, but only you can decide if putting close to $20 on the line for giving Miracle Bamboo Cushion a try is worthwhile.

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10 Customer Reviews for Miracle Bamboo Cushion

Average Customer Rating: 1.1
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  • Miracle Bamboo Cushion deceit

    This company's business practices are deplorable. The deceitful ordering process in which they employ online has customers paying far more than they had intended. On December 31, 2016, I ordered two Miracle Bamboo Cushions via their BOGO offer for $ 36.85 (including Shipping & Handling, and their web fee for the entire order). I was provided a confirmation and receipt for $ 72.70 shortly thereafter via email.

    When I realized the bait and switch SCAM they were involved in, I immediately tried to contact them. Of course, it was late, and a holiday weekend, so no contact with this company was possible at that time. I sent them an email advising them to immediately cancel my order. I will have to wait for their reply, if any.

    In the meanwhile, all readers of this and other reviews of this product should BEWARE, and hold on to your money.

    Bottom Line: No, I would not recommend this to a friend

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  • 11 out 12 people found this review helpful

    Hard as a concrete block

    Miracle Bamboo Cushion is a waste of money, don't buy it, it's a big rip-off. It is hard as a concrete block, and that block is less expensive than these worthless things. If you buy them and want to send them back, keep in mind that you will not get a full refund, you don't get the shipping and handling fee back, plus you pay to ship back.

    They don't fit all the chairs correctly either, so be warned. I am being very truthful in this review. Do you wonder why there aren't reviews on the page for these? It's because they don't want the truth out there.

    Bottom Line: No, I would not recommend this to a friend

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  • 19 out 19 people found this review helpful

    Rip-off

    I ordered the Miracle Bamboo Cushion online. The order says you get two for $19.95, plus $7.95 shipping handling for each one. By my calculation's that should be around $35, correct? I also upgraded the cushions to the deluxe for $10 each. That would make my total of $55. In reality, they charged me $39.95 for each pillow, and an additional $30 for shipping, plus other fees! My total came to over $112, and there was no option to review my order before placing it.

    You can go to Bed Bath and Beyond and buy the same pillow for $19.95 and avoid the shipping charges. Lesson learned, don't buy from this company, they will rip you blind! And good luck calling customer service.

    Bottom Line: No, I would not recommend this to a friend

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  • 17 out 17 people found this review helpful

    Messed up order purchase

    Do not use their website. It charged my credit card $112.79 after I thought I had ordered buy one get one free. Total scam.

    Bottom Line: No, I would not recommend this to a friend

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  • 24 out 24 people found this review helpful

    Buyer Beware!

    • Minnesota,
    • Jan 5, 2017

    This pillow is total junk and offers none of what it claims! Instead, it made my back worse and caused more numbness than I had before. Maybe it's better than sitting on a hard stadium bench, maybe.

    It is made in China so it isn't durable. I tried to remove the cover and the zipper broke, and the seams are pulling loose as well. The cushion is very small in size, like it's made for a petite person.

    After all the problems getting my order shipped, I ended up canceling. About a week later I received the cushions and was not charged. This cushion will go in the trash in a few days if I don't receive any contact from the company. I have had family and friends try the cushions, all with negative results.

    Bottom Line: No, I would not recommend this to a friend

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  • 25 out 25 people found this review helpful

    Unable to review order, and charged EXTRA

    • Bristol, TN,
    • Jan 3, 2017

    The same thing happened to me! I just ordered the BOGO for $19.95, with two charges for $7.95 for shipping and handling and $1 online fee. Then they offered another one for $19.95, with no shipping and handling, which I purchased.

    Turns out they charged me for THREE, not two, and my total was $76.75! The total should have been $56.80. The telephone number they have was for orders only. I was told to call customer service at (844)467-9229, but they aren't open until 9 a.m. on Monday (today is Saturday morning).

    I'm going to block my credit card to dispute the charge. This is no way to handle a business.

    Bottom Line: No, I would not recommend this to a friend

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  • 29 out 30 people found this review helpful

    Bad company

    • Mississippi,
    • Dec 30, 2016

    Don't order from this company. Their order form is confusing and I accidentally ordered 4 pillows instead of two. You have to call customer service to fix an order, was on hold 30 minutes for them to tell me they can't change the order or refund my money. This company is a scam. Don't buy from them or buy their products in stores.

    Bottom Line: No, I would not recommend this to a friend

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  • 90 out 91 people found this review helpful

    Scam

    • Lakeland, FL,
    • Nov 30, 2016

    Tried to order the two for 19.95 + 7.95 & 7.95. Said NO to extras at 19.95 + S&H - but wait, save 25% just 14.95 and free S&H. OK, 4 more for co-workers. NO to $10/each upgrade to deluxe. But wait - just $5 each to upgrade. OK, should have been 125.65. No place to verify the order. Your total is $172.50.

    If they charge my card my credit card fraud department will activate.

    Bottom Line: No, I would not recommend this to a friend

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  • 140 out 142 people found this review helpful

    This is a Scam

    • New Jersey,
    • Oct 20, 2016

    Ordered this Bamboo Cushion and they mentioned on their website buy one get one free. THIS IS A SCAM. They make you put your credit card information first and send you to another page without showing you how much you will be charged. They said it was 7.95 for shipping but when I got the shipping bill it was $31.80. They charged for both pillow - they did not give me on free. Total amount came to $77.79. Please don't be fooled by their advertisement.

    Bottom Line: No, I would not recommend this to a friend

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  • 50 out 58 people found this review helpful

    Miracle Bamboo Bra

    Bra cups are not true to size. They're 1x.

    Bottom Line: No, I would not recommend this to a friend

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