- Easily opens and folds
- Folds flat for convenient storage and transportation
- 16 1/2" deep snap on seat with lid
- Plastic armrests provide comfort and stability
- 650 lb. weight limit
- Limited Lifetime Warranty
Drive Medical Bariatric Folding Commode
paul l. from santee, ca (caregiver)
My adult stepson. TBI L side paralysis-Arm total, leg partial use-very bad balance makes bedside commode necessary. Has had several commodes.
Strong metal frame as compared to the last locally purchased commode which had a plastic or fiberglass "deck" which cracked badly although it too was bariatric and user only weighs 185#
The mounting for the seat itself comes off the tubular frame when the user shifts or sits down "off balance": the seat clamps (U-shaped) should be longer to hold better.
Reviewed on 03/16/2016
It is for emergency use, when a patient cannot fit into the bathroom.
elizabeth j. from new city, ny (caregiver)
This product was purchased to use for my Bariatric Patients in my Out-Patient Physical Therapy Practice.
Size and stability
Ease of folding
Reviewed on 02/16/2016
mary t. from selbyville, de
I was having a knee replacement and I needed the use of a taller commode
Was nice and sturdy
Did not fit on toilet completely
Reviewed on 11/18/2015
robert h. from tuscaloosa, al
We hope to be able to do a bit more travelling because of this purchase. Hotel/condo bathrooms are generally a "disaster area" for people in wheelchai
Not really lightweight.
Reviewed on 12/10/2014
kenneth h. from danville, va
Pot too small for large person
Reviewed on 12/05/2014
Bought the unit for my wife who went to the hospital and passed away before she could use it
brian c. from fort lauderdale, fl
All the above.
I don't see any
Reviewed on 11/05/2014
judith m. from fairport, ny
67yrs, bilateral degenerative arthritis/hips, arthritic hands, weigh 245, etc
Ease of assembly, well built, strong, lightweight and is a good looking commode, I should know as my profession was as a nurse....
I weigh 245, since the commode is rated to take up to 600 lbs., the toilet seat opening is larger than usual. My problem is that while I'm large, the end of my spine (coccyx) is devoid of fat protection. My one decubiti is there and when I sit, I hit it - ouch! Have padded the area which is helping.
Reviewed on 11/02/2014
caroline b. from hastings, fl
54 years old; left leg below knee amputation; ongoing toilet problem in father's home.
Adjustable height to meet my height requirements and armrests to push myself up.
Reviewed on 08/01/2014
charlotte m. from murchison, tx
ge 70. Cannot make it to bath room.
Large sturdy frame
The plastic seat does not properly fit the frane and the bucket doest fit right. Two joints pop off in the back top and seat on left side. I can't manage taking to post office, so I will keep it. I thought this was expensive so it would be good.
Reviewed on 11/18/2013
Works good for overweight, gives more room for better personal hygiene.
ladonna l. from mira loma, ca (caregiver)
Elderly mother, 84 yrs old. Can't walk but can stand and transfer.
Adjusts for use over chair height toilet. Good quality.
Don't know why they put such a flexible, flimsy toilet seat on it. This is supposed to be for bariatric use. It makes you feel the metal framework when sitting on it.
Reviewed on 07/19/2013