Mariner Rehab Shower Commode Chair - 24" Wheels
24" wheels allow you to self-propel this shower wheelchair
(Model No. 6795/6895)
not a lot of bells and whistles. functions as it should
simplicity and functionality
mike l. from spencerport, ny (caregiver)
this is a replacement for the same chair which we used for almost 10years without issue
Mariner commode Shower Chair
easy to use
christine b. from bartlett, il
This chair works great for the shower and fits over the toilet perfectly. It's easy to move. It has helped my caregivers tremendously.
Mariner Rehab Shower Commode Chair - 24" Wheels: Review
rigoberto a. from vista, ca
I like the service and the chair is very good thank you very much
The chair is ok. Not great.
The seat is much too high and not adjustable. It is dangerous getting into and out of.
van h. from macon, ga
even fully extended, removeable legs are to short for tall people, unless you want your knees in your face.
greg b. from maryville, tn
Strong well built chair. I can not use the feet rests. I am 6'4"and they do not extend down low enough for me. I don't really need them, fortunately
This chair can be self propelled directly from the commode to the shower, provides stability for her.
Wish the seat was softer (we use a roho during showers) and the smaller chair caused me to need to buy a narrower toilet.
michelle s. from ruston, la (caregiver)
My 16 year old quadriplegic daughter uses this to use the bathroom and it meets our needs quite well. She's 110 pounds so we bought the small chair.
The product is great for people who can't walk or have...
I guess I would say it is very durable.
Right now nothing, as it is brand new. This is my second one of these chairs and the brakes on my first chair ended up being a problem. I had hoped it had been corrected by the time I bought this one and it seems it has been!
william s. from n. massapequa, ny
I am a spinal cord patient.
I wish I bought a chair with adjustable height capabilities
The one great thing it moves easy from one room to the next.
The chair sits to high.
mary g. from memphis, mi (caregiver)
Wanted to have husband enjoy a shower.
This chair is structurally inferior to its predecessor.
Old chair didn't roll as well.
Arms are structurally inferior in strength and stability to its predecessor. Foot rests are difficult to use by a para.
wade c. from tyler, tx
T-12 para, car accident 2001, Male current age 73. In good physical condition. Have used a similar Invacare chair since 2001.
no apparent weakness
aldo m. from sarasota, fl (caregiver)
82 years old;dementia; she is a fall risk; broke shoulder and finger;unable to stand on her own.
Nice chair, relatively easy to maneuver.
Seat height, moveable arm rests, removable commode seat.
Hard to maneuver at times.
charles m. from warwick, ny
54 year old male, paraplegic.
This is my second chair, the first one lasted ten years.
Armrest should be height adjustable
elizabeth r. from cumming, ga
Female, 62yo, ms, paralyzed.