Carex Hand-Held Shower
bruce s. from dayton, oh
I am 67, handicapped by a heart condition, use walker, somewhat home bound, I force myself to do things. I used to be a boxer.
Ease of use, once one gets the hose in the right curve.
Very little to none.
Reviewed on 08/10/2016
carol h. from wyandotte, mi
I am 86 yes old with degenerative osteoarthritis in both knees.
The length of the hose and also the on off button.
I don't see any weaknesses using the hand held shower.
Reviewed on 01/09/2016
deborah g. from perkasie, pa (caregiver)
86 year old mother with physical stamina issues, etc
Reviewed on 03/09/2012
jane h. from north zulch, tx
easy to use pause feature
the hose is way too stiff and hard to control.
Reviewed on 02/28/2010
carol d. from mount airy, md
It's light weight
Shower head could be a little larger for spray
Reviewed on 05/14/2009
jan m. from aurora, oh
67 yrs old. Knee replacement surgery soon.
It seems tohave a secure attachment to the water pipe,
changing from one setting to the other is difficult--hard to turn.
Reviewed on 11/28/2007
loretta o. from oak park, il
80 - severe arthritis, must use transfer bench in shower
Reviewed on 10/05/2007
stan y. from plano, tx
It fills a need and I could not find an equivalent unit in the local strores.
Reviewed on 04/20/2007
margot t. from coupeville, wa (caregiver)
88 yr old female, broke hip 8/06, multiple old age conditions - however, I also use the product.
Light weight, water shut off feature (water is a scarce and expensive commodity in our area), fits easily into existing plumbing.
Water shut off takes more hand strength than patient has, she has trouble remembering to slide it verses pushing it as if it was a button.
Reviewed on 04/05/2007
granville b. from bowling green, ky
age 63, has copd and ephazema.
Easy to use
Reviewed on 10/02/2006