This was perfect for my father in his auxiliary care facility, because the staff could give him a bath and easily bathe him. He was so tall that he still couldn't stand over six feet, and the ordinary shower chair proved to be a problem, because it was the chair that got him up and down, and now they just had to put him in, roll him in the shower, roll him out, and dry him in the seat where he was sitting. Dad felt safe in the chair, too.
Nice chair. The arms are raised for easy transfer. You can put it on the toilet if you want. It's a lot easier for my son to take a bath. My only complaint is that the leg support we have to use is unstable and looks a little cheap. However, we are using them (leg rest) and have developed a good shower routine.
As we did last time, it ended up flat and exhausted. Quality architecture. In this way, after 2 months of daily use, the seam side of the backrest will be loosened. Although the casters are of high quality, the covered bearing structure does not allow cleaning or lubrication. The hair will wrap around it and eventually clog them. I found no way to remove the covers to clean or lubricate them on our old chairs. At this extremely high price point, it is foolish to prevent simple maintenance. One thing is that the chair is sturdy and adheres to the daily abuse of the C6 quartet. I hope we don't need it, but thank you for having it. Quadriplegia sucks BTW.
We want a way to lock the assembly more safely. It seems to rely on the patient's weight to keep the PVC firmly assembled. It makes the patient nervous. It makes it super easy to take a bath, it does a good job, and we're happy with it.
That's exactly what I need. I was parallelized from below the chest, and there was a wound in my coccyx area. The seat cover does not touch that area, which is good for avoiding more damage in the shower. Seat belts are also great because my legs often cramp and if I don't have a seat belt, it will remove me from my seat. The back of the chair is removable and is useful if for any reason it is necessary to tilt backward while sitting.
It suits our situation. Some improvements will be beneficial. The arm came out swinging higher than the seat, and he tore his skin as he slid past. It doesn't roll well on the carpet, but it's good on the tiles. The lock on the wheel works well. The seat cushion is very good and comfortable. It's easy to clean.
This chair met the challenge by being sturdy enough for a regular sized adult
This toilet shower chair is the right size for our walk-in shower. What we care about is how to find a chair suitable for the bathroom door. This chair meets the challenge. It is strong enough for the average adult and slim enough to open through a regular bathroom door. Note that it doesn't have those clumsy wheels on the side like some shower chairs, which makes the bathroom entrance wider and more troublesome to operate in the shower. This is a direct chair that can roll in and out, with a foot rest for those who may need extra support in the foot area, and a sturdy back and seat. If not, remove the pedals and lock the chair to the front and rear wheels if necessary. This is a very suitable product for small bathrooms.
User needs 90 degree hip and knee flexion to use footrests
A very sturdy multi-purpose chair, but doesn't work well with my mother because one of her hips / knees is less flexible, so her feet can't rest on a short foot rest. Another thing is that she doesn't think the seat is very comfortable. This is good for people with limited transfer capacity, because one transfer can help them use the toilet and then shower without another transfer.