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diane c. from key largo, fl (caregiver)
74-year-old male who suffered 2 strokes 5-6 years ago. Balance remains an issue.
Stable. Legs lift for easy cleaning. Easy to install.
Still looks far too much like hospital equipment. Add some color options.
Reviewed on 11/26/2016
ronald c. from salem, sc
I am a very active 81 year young fitness addict. But range of motion seriously limited due to a hip replacement.
Enables me to function with relative ease, The toilet safety frame is a savior
probably can not do, but it would be nice to have it portable...for travel.
Reviewed on 05/11/2016
joan a. from millerstown, pa (caregiver)
80 yrs old. back issues. weak. very low muscle tone.
legs are out of the way. legs move easily for cleaning. very sturdy.
Reviewed on 02/20/2016
alex s. from pinellas park, fl
Reviewed on 01/22/2016
joan s. from ansonia, ct (caregiver)
My husband is in a wheelchair and this toilet safety frame makes it so much easier to move from the wheelchair to the toilet and vice versa.
This Toilet Safety Frame is much sturdier than the first we bought several weeks ago.
I don't feel there are any weaknesses. The designer seems to have addressed a patient's needs very well.
Reviewed on 09/02/2015
john s. from schenectady, ny
this thing is a godsend; my right leg gives out othertwise
My brother-in-law is 340lbs and this thing does not even flex
Reviewed on 08/14/2015
anthony b. from sacramento, ca (caregiver)
My wife uses this product.
Easy to assemble and move for cleaning purposes.
Product parts list should include a cork or rubber gasket to be placed between the metal piece and the toilet to prevent rust. I was required to purchase flat rubber material, cut it to size and cut two holes in the gasket, which was difficult.
Reviewed on 06/26/2015
ann j. from san jose, ca (caregiver)
For a 97 year old patient recovering from hip surgery
Sturdy, durable, not overly intrusive into the bathroom. Easy to get hold of the handles and rise.
The legs aren't wobbly but seem so to patients at first until they get used to them. No suggestions on how to fix that.
Reviewed on 09/18/2014
gertrude b. from menomonie, wi
Reviewed on 09/14/2014
milton n. from gulfport, ms (caregiver)
The user has Alzheimer's
Reviewed on 09/07/2014