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bruce m. from pensacola, fl
See above and it folds to save space
Some sort of waterproof, durable, cushioning on seat and back - even as an option that increased cost would be very welcome
Reviewed on 12/08/2016
shirley b. from carencrow, la (caregiver)
Works well for shower. Arm a must for for upper body weakness. Very sturdy.
Built with metal, arms and being able to fold it for portability. My patient thanks you every day for this chair. Says it is a gods send for him to be able to use shower.
A step stool that could be attached for washing feet .
Reviewed on 06/08/2016
dorothy b. from boerne, tx
70 year old disabled stroke survivor
Love my new bath chair. Very light and easy to use. Very sturdy and I feel very safe using this chair, great for travel since it folds.
I only have use of one hand not strong enough to open or fold by myself so need help and leave it up not folded
Reviewed on 03/19/2016
bob a. from jamestown, nc (caregiver)
Elderly woman recovering from light surgery.
The portability and ease of moving in and out of the tub.
None that we can see.
Reviewed on 12/21/2014
charles h. from bardstown, ky (caregiver)
female age 63 with cancer
easy to use and fits great in shower. SpinLife- great company- will use again and tell others about same.
there are no known weaknesses
Reviewed on 02/15/2013
william d. from wilmington, nc (caregiver)
Chair arrived, was opened and assembled, but never used as my wife died only a few days later. It would have been the perfect chair for her needs.W.Y.
has arms so patients can balance their sitting & standing
Reviewed on 01/13/2013
edward m. from beavercreek, oh (caregiver)
76 yo female suffering from debilitating seizures that result in collapsing to floor; cannot trust to be able to stand thru a shower without a chair
sturdy, not wobbly
Reviewed on 11/14/2012
barbara f. from port charlotte, fl
I had a broken ankle and used it to sit on it in the shower. The ankle has healed but I deceided to keep it in the shower for putting up my feet.
None so far.
Reviewed on 11/01/2010
peter s. from burr ridge, il
Disabled with an MD disease. Cannot stand to take a shower but also has difficulty rising from a seated position.
Seat height can go to 24 inches. Sturdy. Arms on chair.
Sometimes it slips when I rise and that causes me problems. I wish the rubber tips were more skid resistant or that suction cups were available. Would like even higher seat than 24 inches.
Reviewed on 01/20/2010
nancy b. from minford, oh (caregiver)
Female,age 93,broken hip ,6-19-09. began resuming normal activities 7-17-09. Hopes to be back working in her beauty shop in a few weeks!
Hand held shower and shower chair are all we expected and more! Thank You!
Reviewed on 08/13/2009