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Clarke Healthcare WheelAble Folding Commode and Shower Chair
Clarke Healthcare WheelAble Folding Commode and Shower Chair
$995.00
List Price: $1,500.00
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Benefits
  • 9" folded width
  • Shower or commode use
  • Padded commode seat
  • Complies with airline regulations 
  • 100% rust resistant 

Reviews for

Clarke Healthcare WheelAble Folding Commode and Shower Chair

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Features
(3.0)
Quality
(3.5)
Ease of Use
(1.0)
Meets Expectations
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  • 1.3/5.0 -

    Too narrow for US standard commodes, not sturdy, arm rests too short and flimsy to be of any use

    • 1/5 Features
    • 2/5 Quality
    • 1/5 Ease of Use
    • 1/5 Meets Expectations

    maureen b. from atlanta, ga (caregiver)

    Husband has multiple sclerosis and in a wheelchair for @ 10 years. Both legs and hands are impaired and mostly chair and limited pivot transfers

    Relatively easy to fold. Best part of the Wheelable was the travel case ... very nicely made with sturdy wheels and was great for discreet transfer into hotels

    Too narrow for U.S. Standard commodes. Footrest is flimsy and did not fold out of the way so it blocked and made it more difficult to transfer. Arm rest is flimsy and too short to be of any use. Expensive.


    Reviewed on 11/05/2016


  • 3.0/5.0 -
    • 5/5 Features
    • 5/5 Quality
    • 1/5 Ease of Use
    • 1/5 Meets Expectations

    victor t. from watertown, wi (caregiver)

    My wife has MS. She needs to be transferred. The arms and the foot pedal are too short. We are unable to use it at this time.

    A good concept for those who can use it.

    The patient has to have upper body strength


    Reviewed on 10/22/2016


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