Invacare I-Fit Molded Shower Chair - With Back
vicki p. from memphis, tn
Reviewed on 09/24/2016
ron s. from parachute, co
Stability,workmanship. Has proved to be very helpful in my daily routine
None that I am aware of.
Reviewed on 08/24/2016
sennie a. from killeen, tx (caregiver)
I have had a knee and 4 hip replacements. My back is bad also. The chair makes taking a shower much easier and I dont have to worry about falling.
It is very stable and doesnt wobble like most chairs for my weight which is 260.
I have found no weaknesses.
Reviewed on 08/04/2016
janice c. from norwood, nj (caregiver)
Disabled, on oxygen, breathing problems and knee arthritis
Sturdy and adjustable legs are great.
Bulky. Doesn't collapse to store.
Reviewed on 07/07/2016
betty g. from lebanon, pa
My husband and I both use the shower chair.
Very sturdy and easy to clean.
Reviewed on 06/17/2016
paul a. from manteca, ca
At 370 lbs. I was leary of sitting on it. Unfounded, the chair is very sturdy and beautifully made.
If the seat back could tilt back a bit it would be nice.
Reviewed on 05/19/2016
allen f. from bourbonnais, il
Reviewed on 05/01/2016
leo m. from columbia, md (caregiver)
Spouse who has nerve damage and cannot walk
Reviewed on 04/24/2016
The product serves the purpose of sittimg while bathing well.
john r. from depew, ny
67 year-old female with difficulty standing for long periods due to arthritis.
The chair is sturdy and was easy to assemble.
The back assembly tends to lean forward at an angle that forces the sitter to either sit on the edge of the seat or push his/her body against the back rest while bathing. With some use the backrest has been forced backward a little but sitting properly is still a problem.
Reviewed on 04/23/2016
mark f. from fulton, ny
I broke me hip and went to the Va hospital. the shower chair at the Va is exactly the same as my chair. I am 66 years old and weighed 397 lbs.
Cant think of any.
Reviewed on 04/20/2016