John J. Rowan – New Mexico

I live in New Mexico and when I travel I can encounter in altitude variation of 3000 ft. within a few hours. This change in altitude and barometric pressure causes inflation and deflation that must be constantly monitored. The lower atmospheric pressure at high altitudes causes any air inflated item to expand and, conversely, going from a high altitude to a lower one compresses the air and deflates the cushion. But now I no longer have to worry about this. I can travel from seashore to mountaintop in safety. And for those who need to use their cushion when traveling by airplane, the constant state pressure system of the Aquila cushion solves the problems caused by pressurized cabins.

-John J. Rowan, New Mexico