Durable construction will hold up to 300 lbs., yet lightweight enough to transport users easily. Only one person needed for assembly. Six settings for multiple positions. Padding provides extra comfort. Casters and chair are corrosion resistant. Contains no latex, for those concerned with allergic reactions.
No seat belt to hold user in place. Will not fit into standard bathtubs; designed for shower use only.
Opening in seat allows toilet use, and fits above a standard-sized commode. Caregivers like how easy it is to transport users from bed or wheelchair into this chair. Material won’t rust or mildew. Removable mesh back dries off quickly after shower.
Height of chair cannot be adjusted. Users would like to see all four wheels lock, not just two.
Some users find this more sturdy than PVC chairs (although backrest is still PVC). Offers both durability and comfort for long periods of time while showering or using the toilet. Larger wheels move smoothly across both hard surfaces and carpet.
Designed to hold only 250 lbs. Height is not adjustable. Some users found it hard to assemble.
Seat and back are fashioned from blow molded plastic and built to last. All four wheels lock in place when needed. Simple to put together. Seat snaps off for ease of cleaning when not in use. Holds up to 325 lbs.
Unlike similar chairs, the seat is made from molded plastic instead of vinyl covered foam, resulting in comfort swapped out for durability.
Unlike some models, this one has four locking casters, sliding foot rest, built-in commode pail, and seat belt. Because of its 375 lb. capacity, larger users feel safer. Chair is still lightweight enough to transport without difficulty. Easy and quick to assemble.
Some users have found the chair too wide to use in some showers or bathtubs.
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