Try-angle compared to Liberator

Loriandhubby Loriandhubby
The mini try-angle cushion
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I am wondering if anyone happens to have this and the Liberator Wedge? I would love to know how they compare to each other
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Originally posted by Loriandhubby
I am wondering if anyone happens to have this and the Liberator Wedge? I would love to know how they compare to each other
only have the wedge and love it.
02/01/2013
Shade Shade
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Originally posted by Loriandhubby
I am wondering if anyone happens to have this and the Liberator Wedge? I would love to know how they compare to each other
If you add both to your compare list, you'll get the best comparison there.
02/09/2013
smirthy smirthy
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Originally posted by Shade
If you add both to your compare list, you'll get the best comparison there.
good tip
02/18/2013
Rin (aka Nire) Rin (aka Nire)
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Originally posted by Shade
If you add both to your compare list, you'll get the best comparison there.
Eden doesn't sell Liberator items anymore, so they can't be added to the compare list.

'sides, the list wouldn't really give a comparison on feel or performance (like, for example, how firm the pillows are). Best bet would be to find some old reviews on the Liberator items (I think the reviews are still here even if the merchandise isn't) and see if the reviewer has also used the Try-Angle Cushion. Or of course wait for a reply on here from someone who has both.
02/18/2013
ScottA ScottA
I can't tell you about the Liberator, but I can tell you about the Mini Try-Angle. The foam is strong enough to provide good support, soft enough to not press, and recovers quickly so if you sit on it while you're getting yourself situated (which does flatten it about halfway) it quickly pops back up when you're in position. The seams are located at the nose so you can use it either way up without having to lie on a seam. I haven't fully tested waterproofing yet, but my initial thoughts are that if you're going to have a lot of wet you might want to wrap the pillow in a bag and then put the cover on. Ordinary amounts of wet should be OK.
02/19/2013
MilitaryWife MilitaryWife
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Originally posted by Rin (aka Nire)
Eden doesn't sell Liberator items anymore, so they can't be added to the compare list.

'sides, the list wouldn't really give a comparison on feel or performance (like, for example, how firm the pillows are). Best bet would be ... More
Will they ever be carrying Liberator products again or no?
02/27/2013
Moonshyne7785 Moonshyne7785
surprised they don't, hopefully they will start to carry more of this stuff because i want to find the right one and have options for the amount of money i would be spending
04/17/2013
FieryRed FieryRed
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Originally posted by MilitaryWife
Will they ever be carrying Liberator products again or no?
Nope, never again, according to the list of products EF will never carry. Apparently the two companies merged briefly, then there was some sort of break between them and they now have no association with each other.
04/17/2013
FieryRed FieryRed
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Originally posted by ScottA
I can't tell you about the Liberator, but I can tell you about the Mini Try-Angle. The foam is strong enough to provide good support, soft enough to not press, and recovers quickly so if you sit on it while you're getting yourself situated ... More
Wrapping the cushion in a plastic bag, then putting the cover back on, is a great idea!
04/17/2013
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