- High strength, low maintenance stainless steel frame
- Various seat widths
- Flip-up, removable foot platform
- Swing-away, removable and padded armrest
- 600 lb. weight capacity.
- Swingaway, removable arms.
- Adjustable, removable footplatform.
- Push handle back.
- Removable commode pan.
- Seamless Ensolite seat and back cushion.
- Toggle wheel locks.
- Toggle brakes and anti-tippers
Activeaid Bariatric Rehab Shower Commode Chair
johanna p. from midlothian, va (caregiver)
89-yr-old bed-bound 250 lb woman with stage IV pressure ulcer on sacrum.
Large, comfortable, well-padded seat, enough of a back plus arm rests to make patient feel stable, nice wide opening in middle of chair, very easy to move chair.
At 5'4" patient's feet do not reach the footrest. Footrest is not height-adjustable.
Reviewed on 09/09/2016
carol h. from stanford, ca (caregiver)
Male 74 years old stroke eight years ago no use of left side
Helpful if height could be adjusted, patient has short legs and finds it difficult to push self back in chair
Reviewed on 06/05/2013
carolyn w. from shepherdstown, wv (caregiver)
A man 73 years old with wheelchair needs.
It will last a long time and is easy and convient to use. So proud to have found a great chair made in the USA!!
Reviewed on 05/01/2012
richard c. from villanova, pa (caregiver)
Works very well for showers and bowl movement
design and structure
leg components for someone with large legs
Reviewed on 02/27/2011
If you can't walk and need a sturdy tolling shower chair this is the chair if you can afford it
andrew g. from marysville, ca (caregiver)
She's disabled with MS.It works great for her except she has a hard time getting off of it because she sticks to the seat after the shower.
Sturdiness and the almost tall enough wheels.
Cost too much.
Reviewed on 01/20/2010
peggy l. from bonfield, il (caregiver)
Reviewed on 05/16/2009
I am alone most of the time. It is very difficult to reach the wheels and manouver myself.
john b. from staten island, ny
Age 65, Unable to walk, even with crutches. I can stand, make quater turn and sit - that is all.
It is well made.
The main wheels should be at least a radius of 3" more so an unassisted user could manouver more easily. It would also be good if the height were somewhat adjustable.
Reviewed on 06/08/2008
theresa s. from doral, fl (caregiver)
Ease fo rpatient
I ordered the shower commode wheelchair with a padded seat, thinking it would be more comfortable for an overweight patient but was not told this was a solid seat and therefore would only serve as a shower chair and not a commode. I shipped it overseas and when I received it saw the solid padded seat.
Reviewed on 06/22/2007
elizabeth f. from plainfield, in (caregiver)
The size is good, the tub under is also good because it is low for the person on the chair.
It needs brakes on the front so it will not slide.
Reviewed on 02/17/2007