Roll-In Shower Chair - Adjustable Height

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  • Roll-In Shower Chair - Adjustable Height
  • Height Adjustable Shower Chair
  • Roll-In Shower Chair - Adjustable Height
  • Height Adjustable Shower Chair
$329.00 $248.81
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Description

The Adjustable Height Roll-In Shower Chair is at home in the shower or for use as a roll over commode chair. The adjustable height will accomodate standard as well as handicapped toilets.

FEATURES:

  • Elongated extra heavy-duty contoured open front seat
  • Aesthetically pleasing ergonomic curved armrest eliminates sharp edges
  • Medical grade PVC
  • Caregiver push/pull handle
  • Structurally designed with 30% more security
  • 4 stainless steel bolts secure commode seat to frame
  • Anti-slip safety handgrip arm section
  • Threaded Stem Casters provide additional safety

Specifications

  • Internal Width: 18"
  • External Width: 22”
  • Threaded Stem Casters: Rust Proof 3” Twin
  • Fixed Height: 40.5” H x 22.5” W x 25.25” D
  • Adjusted Height: 45.5” H x 22.5” W x 25.5” D
  • Adjustable Seat Heights: 20” to 25"
  • Toilet Clearance Under Seat: 17.5”–22.5”
  • Height Adjustment Increments 6 each of 1”
  • Capacity: 250 lbs

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Warranty Information

5 year limited warranty on frame. 6 month limited warranty on all accessories from the manufacturer.
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2 Reviews

  • 5
    Satisfied

    Posted by Sue on 11th Apr 2016

    Very satisfied with the product and all with this transaction

  • 4
    Overall good product with some caveats

    Posted by Lorraine M. on 30th May 2014

    I purchased the chair for a recent amputee who does not have the ability to stand as yet. The chair works well as both a shower chair and a commode. I purchased the larger wheels and got locks on the back wheels. I regret not getting locks on all four wheels as the chair tends to slide while doing board transfers. If you are doing a hoyer lift or a stand and pivot it is probably fine, but just be aware that it could slide on you.

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