Egg Sitter Review | Exposed

Allan Thornton, a reviewer writes that Egg Sitter Gel Cushion is comfortable to sit on but is small in size. Also, he says that Egg Sitter Gel Cushion isn’t as thick as expected. As per his review, the lack of width and length makes it difficult to adjust and sit on it.

A similar problem is mentioned by Jesse Flower in his review of Egg Sitter Gel Cushion. According to him, one has to find the right spot to sit on and can be tedious to do so. His review further states that the problem with Egg Sitter Gel Cushion could have easily been solved if the manufacturers offered it in various sizes.

An Egg Sitter Gel Cushion review by Laverne Cortez exposes that it gave her back pain. She says in her Egg Sitter Gel Cushion review that it is poorly made and uses cheap foam that adds to the pain.

Another Egg Sitter Gel Cushion review by Alma Myers also states that it is highly uncomfortable to sit on. Her review reveals that Egg Sitter Gel Cushion has a poor non-slip surface on the back that doesn’t work well when used on a hard plastic hand chair and can make it slide around.

Joy Joseph asserts in her review that Egg Sitter Gel Cushion is very uncomfortable for use in her car. It is not long enough and can put pressure on the back of the leg. In her Egg Sitter Gel Cushion review, she warns people with sciatica that it might add to their pain instead of relieving it.

Norman Webster, an Egg Sitter Gel Cushion reviewer, reveals that it doesn’t work well in reclining positions as it slips off. In his review, he suggests that Egg Sitter Gel Cushion should have had loops that can help in strapping it to seats when required.


Egg Sitter Gel Cushion Questions & Answers

Q. Does Egg Sitter Gel Cushion come with a weight limit?
A. The seat itself is very non-cushion-like and doesn’t offer any type of actual comfort. No information is provided about the user weight limit.

Q. What is the size of Egg Sitter Gel Cushion?
A. It is slightly smaller than average and fails to cover the car seat. The small size presses the back of the thigh and can cause sciatica.

Q. How to identify the top side of Egg Sitter Gel Cushion?
A. The soft side stays up and the rough side goes down towards the seat.

Q. Is Egg Sitter Gel Cushion soft to sit on?
A. No, it is soft on feel but doesn’t offer any real soft, sinking feeling when one sits on it.

Q. Can Egg Sitter Gel Cushion be used with a heating pad?
A. No.

Q. Does Egg Sitter Gel Cushion come with a black cover and carrying case?
A. It comes with a non-slip black cover on one side, which acts as a carry case with the help of sewn straps on it.

Q. What is the weight of Egg Sitter Gel Cushion?
A. No information available but it feels heavy when handled.

Q. Will Egg Sitter Gel Cushion work in the bath? Does it absorb bumps from sitting on a tractor?
A. This cushion has a pattern with gaps in the gel; opt for something that has a solid gel seat with a cover.

Q. Is Egg Sitter Gel Cushion’s cover waterproof?
A. No.

Q. What are the dimensions of Egg Sitter Gel Cushion?
A. Approx: 15.25 x 17.25 x 1.25 inches

Q. Will Egg Sitter Gel Cushion make driving comfortable for use on hard car seats?
A. No, it is too narrow and doesn’t fit the seat well enough to offer any kind of comfort and support.

Q. Does Egg Sitter Gel Cushion function well on a recliner?
A. No, it doesn’t work well even on a desk chair. Its small size lacks the cushioning and is expensive for its price.

Q. Is Egg Sitter Gel Cushion good for cushioning of a wheelchair seat?
A. No, it comes in a bicycle seat shape and not square as shown in the infomercial.

Q. Does Egg Sitter Gel Cushion smell?
A. No.

Q. What is the cover of Egg Sitter Gel Cushion made from?
A. The black cover is mostly polyester fabric. One side of it is treated to make it non-sticky and tactile. It also has carry handles sewn on along one of the edges.

Q. Does Egg Sitter Gel Cushion make noises while sitting?
A. No.

Q. Will Egg Sitter Gel Cushion compress or flatten out in particular areas after sitting?
A. It compresses a little but is good enough so that users don’t feel the chair seat through it.

Q. Will Egg Sitter Gel Cushion float in a tub?
A. It has a non-skid quality but with the cover, it is fairly heavy. Without the cover, it may be used in a tub.

Q. Can Egg Sitter Gel Cushion be cut and trimmed to fit a specific seat size?
A. Not sure although its size is very small to fit on regular seat size.

Q. Is the cover on Egg Sitter Gel Cushion removable and washable?
A. No, but it can be wiped clean with ease.

Q. Does Egg Sitter Gel Cushion have a fabric cover?
A. Yes.

Q. Can Egg Sitter Gel Cushion be used while riding a lawn mower?
A. It can work but will require few Velcro strips to hold it in position.

Q. Is Egg Sitter Gel Cushion helpful at offering to cushion to the backside?
A. Yes, it should but its small size might give a backache to some users.

Q. Does Egg Sitter Gel Cushion really have gel pockets inside or has just a soft rubber in a honeycomb shape?
A. It has soft and rubbery like gel product but not real liquid gel pockets.

Q. Will Egg Sitter Gel Cushion provide an extra padding for the car seat?
A. It should be used for cars in cool areas and not where summers are hot since it might deform or not work well in such weather.

Q. Can Egg Sitter Gel Cushion stay cool?
A. No, it needs to be placed in a cool environment.

Q. Is Egg Sitter Gel Cushion good for use on a motorcycle seat?
A. No, since there is no way to secure it on a bike.

Q. Will Egg Sitter Gel Cushion be useful to help heal bed sores?
A. It is suggested to ask a doctor or physical therapist before using it to relieve bed sores.

Q. Can Egg Sitter Gel Cushion offer relief for hemorrhoid?
A. No, in fact, the uncomfortable nature of the seat can put pressure on tender areas.

Q. Can Egg Sitter Gel Cushion retain its shape after use for a long time? Does it flatten easily and turn useless like other cushions?
A. No, Egg Sitter Gel Cushion is quite sturdy and soft that stays in shape for a long time.

Q. What is the material used inside Egg Sitter Gel Cushion?
A. The cushion comes with memory gel.


Egg Sitter Gel Cushion Verdict

It is not the only product in the market, there are many others available too. The issue withegg sitter is that its dimension is small for some and so having egg sitter in varying size would mean all size people can purchase it for their use. Other than size egg sitter couldn’t provide the comfort that it promised of.

You will get dozens of similar product on when you search with keyword ‘egg sitter’ varying in dimensions and price range from approx. $40 to $70. For instance we have The Royal Purple No-Pressure Seat Cushion for $79.99 and having dimensions approx 18”X16”X2”. In addition it has received 4.3 star ratings with 588 customer reviews. Another such product which is featured in amazon’s choice is the FOMI premium All Gel Orthopedic Seat Cushion for $59.99.

It is advisable to go through reviews and look for similar products that provide you the best value for your money. We would go with FOMI premium All Gel Orthopedic Seat Cushion as it has the overall average dimension (17”X15”), affordable price and comparatively high ratings.


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30 Responses to “Egg Sitter Review | Exposed”

  1. Lucia Lapsis says:

    I agree with Jill’s kindergarten teacher regarding the time out-telling someone to turn down their sensitivity meter was humorous considering how she’s being very touchy herself.
    Note to Jill:
    I came to this site looking for reviews from people who had purchased the cushion, & as you would expect some were pro & some (the majority) were con.
    Then I came to your comments which seemed pretty vicious for such a trivial matter.
    Maybe you missed your nap?
    Try to go with the flow ( I was about to say “my friend” but realized you’d probably attack me for that-“I’m not your friend etc”
    Peace be with you

  2. Barbara says:

    Not bad for the price. Basically a gel cushion for your butt. Does have a good cushion. Pops back up when you get up. Some people want extravagant devices for the price.

  3. Frances Curry says:

    I ordered and received my egg sitter cushion. I took the two for one order option. My helper and I are using them and frankly we are disappointed. They are small, so you have to keep chasing them around the chair. Frankly they are no what the advertisement said it would be. DISAPPOINTED!!!!!

  4. billy r. haycraft says:

    2 weeks ago i ordered my egg sitter and the second one how do i check when it will delivered

  5. OwlBore says:

    I just got my egg sitter and tried the raw egg test. I sat down just fine but when I got up, the egg was gone! Can anyone please help?

  6. donna m says:

    bought 2 of them and just returned them. didn’t fit either one of our rear ends, my husband is normal size, I am a full figured woman, I used mine at my computer, his in the car, both were terribly uncomfortable. mine hurt my hip, his was just too small to sit right. save your money, it still cost me $25 in shipping back and forth, what a waste. ugh.

  7. S Smith says:

    But can you sit on an egg and not break it?

  8. odessa fowler says:

    I was just about to order the egg-sitter, as I did see the commercial on TV, BUT WITH THE REVIEWS I HAVE READ– IT MAY BE BEST TO WAIT UNTIL THEY ‘PERFECT’ SOME OF THOSE THINGS,
    a). Consider a “larger/wider egg sitter for us big girls and guys
    b). Consider the ‘type’ of chairs they will be in (hard back or cushion). so not going to order, but hope they (egg-sitters ,inc). will consider those things and come out with a two size or better weight one. thanks

  9. SNAKEDOCTOR says:

    The old saying holds true here. You can please some of the people some of the time, but you can’t please all of the people all of the time. If the shoe fits wear it.

    • rachel johnson says:

      I ordered 2 sitters by phone. They have not come yet (ordered 1/26 and shipped 1/31) but the problem is I was charged for 4 of them. This is blatantly dishonest and there was no confusion involved. They say they will not refund til I return 2 of them which makes an extra charge for me.
      They are crooks.

  10. TIO says:


  11. Jill St Michael says:

    First let me say, I am not a representative of Egg Sitter. I’m just a regular old Jo-layperson, and like most other innocent people, I came to this site looking for a ‘trustworthy’ review. That said, here’s my review of your review and my subsequent rebuke.

    Second, how dare you spew your obviously biased, unsubstantiated opinion and try to pass it off as a ‘trustworthy’ review… Who the hell are you? What qualifies you as a ‘reviewer’ of this (or any) product? What, exactly, makes ANYTHING YOU SAID ‘TRUSTWORTHY’? Why would you paraphrase the comments/opinions of others? Allen, Jesse, Laverne, Alma, Joy, Norman… they are fictional expressions of your own negative opinion.

    Third, based solely on the content of your ‘review’, a more likely explanation is that you’re grossly obese, and bought this product only to discover that your huge ass dwarfs the cushion like a square of TP. You’re a disgruntled consumer with a bone to pick, whose experience with the Egg Sitter resembles nothing considered normal or standard.

    Finally, that you attempt to poison others with your slanderous crock makes you a qualified asshole.

    In closing, since there are no reviews truly worthy of trust on this site, I urge others to do as I’m going to do: go elsewhere to find substantiated reviews of the Egg Sitter, by actual consumers, with authentic opinions.

    • AJ says:

      A lot of reviews are “spewing” the same opinions, so there must be some invalidity. Nice language, by the way 👎

    • Brynn says:

      Can I just ask why you are so angry over a egg sitter pillow? Why not direct that anger toward maybe gun control, bullying or the drug problem in our country? You really seem so angry and I don’t think it has anything to do with bad reviews on a product. People are allowed to express their opinion on a product that they feel did not work for them, and thanks to them, I will not be buying one. Please advert that anger towards something that matters.

      • Jill St Michael says:

        For Brynn (and AJ):

        Please, save your outrage.
        1/ Anger is a natural response to deceitfulness.
        2/ Colorful language is often employed by adults for emphasis and seasoning.
        3/ My anger over false advertising was appropriately directed at the poser who maintains this website and published this fraudulent review.

        I’ve checked myself and I feel good about all of that.

        P.S. As long as we’re feeling chummy enough to offer one another advice, perhaps you might turn the sensitivity button down just a smidge. Mine was just a comment about a silly cushion. If you have a need to be offended, the world is full of worthy causes.

  12. Vince Barranco says:

    Trying to order as seen on TV. $39.00 and get a second one for free.

    Can you help?

  13. Linda says:

    I use my eggsitter, which I got
    at Sams Club, on my motorcycle. Excellent, as I am the passenger.

  14. Paul Vanaman says:

    Still trying to order it

  15. Truth Hertz says:

    If the egg sitter is too small, you’re clearly too big. Think about that while you’re buying soda and cookies.

    • Kathy Callahan says:

      How dare you say that people are to big !!!
      When clearly Your product is nothing but bullshit!!!!!!

      • Jill St Michael says:

        No, nope. I think Truth Hertz is on to something. Bariatric products are a huge (pardon the pun) market and it exists for no other reason than for people who are too big (yes) for standard or average sized products. While egos may be deceived, no one really benefits from suggesting that the product itself is too small. I mean no disrespect by expecting that obese people are aware that they are obese and should neither be surprised nor offended by this statement of fact. Self-deceit is only a temporary solution to unhappiness.

        • Candice L Mason says:

          I’m not sure if you realize that obese people are most likely to buy a product similar to this, and despite your objections of our existence, deserve comfort. This product is the size to cover an average plane seat and is smaller than the average size of a chair in a typical dining set. For a product that has overweight or obese people in the commercial, I’d believe that it’s false advertising to sell a product so small and just rude to not expect fat people to be able use it.

          • Jill St Michael says:

            I would have let your post be because you make a valid complaint against false advertising (a pet peeve of mine, too), but you also offended me, and so I’m responding in order to correct the record.

            You accused me of questioning the valued existence of obese people. I did not. Not blatantly, not subtly, in absolutely no way can anything I said be construed to imply such a thing. Frankly, it’s rather Freudian that you said it yourself (which begs for some self-examination).

            I’m too aware of my own demons to suggest that yours are somehow worse than mine, or that I should be here but you shouldn’t. You aren’t unique – we all have ugly, inner demons that compel us to self-sabotage, that interrupt our happiness and give rise to self-loathing. Mine manifest as chronic seborrheic dermatitis, yours, as obesity. As individuals, if we don’t like our conditions, we change them. Period.

            There’s only one person I’m aware of whose existence I question. If you are not the President of the United States, then you are not that person.

          • Jill's Kindergarten Teacher says:

            Jill needs a timeout.

    • Tamara Jones says:

      Idiot! Read the dimensions on the product site itself. Its 17 by 15. Sit your stupid self down on your cheap egg seat.

  16. Glynda Jager says:

    Trying to order egg sitter as seen on TV

  17. Roger Culwell says:

    was trying to order a egg sitter as seen on TV

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