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brenda h. from rineyville, ky
Age 68. Just had knee replacement surgery. Product assists in the rehab process.
Sturdy, quality product. Easy to use.
Reviewed on 05/29/2017
sharon h. from detroit, mi
Has severe weakness on one side. Needed height and additional support in order to get up.
Seat is very sturdy Comfortable sitting Raised arms gives additional support
Arms have a little give to them (due to design)
Reviewed on 05/11/2017
john m. from mclean, va
The user has Parkinson's Disease with weak legs which makes it difficult to rise from a seated position without the use of his arms.
Quality. Ease of cleaning. Sturdy.
Could be a little lower with a wider opening.
Reviewed on 05/10/2017
cheryl g. from oak grove, mo
Helps to get up.
Reviewed on 02/17/2017
nancy w. from lonedell, mo (caregiver)
Age 79-Parkinsons, CHF -with 10%heart function and Alzheimer's.
Strong,and secure. I am pleased with the seat but a good change would be to recess the locking lever.
The handles are wobbly and the lock needs to be recessed. I covered it with cotton and tape.
Reviewed on 11/23/2016
patricia e. from lawrenceville, ga
Age 82. Needed aid in rising from the toilet. Thought this would be good but the raised seat defeated the purpose.
Reviewed on 05/03/2016
daniel k. from cleveland heights, oh
healthy 57 year old male with right hip replacement
Arms are a nice feature.
Much smaller than the one I used in the hospital therefore it's much more difficult to navigate the process.
Reviewed on 01/26/2016
mary k. from east bernard, tx (caregiver)
Person has Parkinson's.
Reviewed on 09/07/2015
mary m. from culpeper, va (caregiver)
My husband, who has Ataxia, has trouble getting up. We thought having a raised seat would be helpful.
It is well-made, easy to take care of.
We, and I tried it too, could not clean ourselves, the bowl was too small. We also couldn't attach it to where it felt safe.
Reviewed on 03/05/2015
barry c. from zephyr hills, fl
EASY TO GET ON AND OFF. SEAT DOES NOT COME OFF THE REGULAR SEAT, THE CLAMP LOCK HOLDS
Reviewed on 02/18/2015