Oakworks Aero-Cel Face Rest

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Oakworks Aero-Cel Face Rest

Postby pueppi on Sun Jul 31, 2016 6:31 pm

Hi. I need to purchase a new headrest, and can't get the one I normally purchase from Earthlite. They no longer have the kind of headrest that allows you to remove the "innerds" --- and, I like to remove their insides and replace them with a tempurpedic / memory foam cradle insert.

So, I am just curious, in case I decide to go off the beaten path, does anyone have any information on the Oakworks Aero-Cel Face Rest? LIke it? Hate it? Use it? Etc.

http://www.oakworks.com/aero-cel-face-r ... nt-pad.asp

Thanks in advance. :)
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Re: Oakworks Aero-Cel Face Rest

Postby MarionFM on Mon Aug 01, 2016 6:51 am

I have not used that one but I think it looks uncomfortable. Is it just the cover on your present one? Could you get it recovered?
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Re: Oakworks Aero-Cel Face Rest

Postby pueppi on Mon Aug 01, 2016 3:34 pm

Yep... just the cover. It's making little black flakes on my arm rest underneath it, every time I cover it with a face cradle cover. :(

I found a few that I can use, but I'm not sold. Some people say the pleather stinks, etc.

And, then I ran across this and thought... well... it looks a little weird, but it is Oakworks.... so, maybe???? ;)
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Re: Oakworks Aero-Cel Face Rest

Postby karmassage on Wed Jun 28, 2017 7:10 pm

pueppi wrote:Yep... just the cover. It's making little black flakes on my arm rest underneath it, every time I cover it with a face cradle cover. :(

I found a few that I can use, but I'm not sold. Some people say the pleather stinks, etc.

And, then I ran across this and thought... well... it looks a little weird, but it is Oakworks.... so, maybe???? ;)


Did you end up getting it? I've been curious about it, too!
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Re: Oakworks Aero-Cel Face Rest

Postby pueppi on Wed Jul 05, 2017 10:50 am

Nope. I didn't get it.

But, I can say it was a real effort to locate a headrest that is still made with the opening to replace the "innerds".

I ended up ordering what I needed in a Golden Ratio version about a year ago now.

I got it through
  • http://www.goldenratio.com/GRW/options/accessories.html
or
  • http://www.goldenratio.com/

And, as I recall this gentleman who I ordered from owns both websites.

Note: The cost was the same cost rather I just ordered the cover or the full headrest. So, I ordered the whole headrest for about $55, and then just re-stuffed it with my own "innerds". :P

The package came quickly, the leather (or whatever that is made of -- I actually think it is leather) is good and I haven't had any flaking.

I am happy with the purchase and plan to order another to keep as a back-up, in case this one starts to be a problem in another 5+ years and I can't find another that I like ('cuz I'm a little crazy like that). :)
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