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Description



Able to withstand a weight capacity of 850 pounds, this heavy-duty bariatric steel commode by Drive Medical is designed with the extra space and comfort you need. Featuring a deeper and wider padded seat as well as padded arms and backrest this commode is great for everyday use. The armrests provide a comfortable place to rest on when sitting and indicate a safe place to grab, making sitting and standing easier. For consumers using a wheelchair the tool free drop arms makes lateral transfer to and from this commode easy and safe. The white powder coated steel construction provides strength, and comes complete with an extra-large commode bucket that can be removed from behind.

Specifications

Actual Product Weight 39 lbs
Outside Legs Width 28.5′
Overall Product Height 33′
Overall Product Length 22′
Overall Product Width 28.5′
Primary Product Color White with Black
Primary Product Material Steel
Product Weight Capacity 850 lbs
Seat Depth 20.75′
Seat Width 24′
Seat to Floor Height 18.75′
Width Between Arms 26′

Features

  • Extra-large, padded, deep seat provides comfort
  • Padded armrests and backrest provide comfort and support
  • Comes complete with extra-large commode bucket and cover that removes from behind
  • Easy-to-release drop arm mechanism allows for safe lateral transfer to and from commode
  • 850 lb weight capacity
  • Extra-large opening in toilet seat, 8 1/2″ x 12″
  • Durable heavy-duty, powder-coated steel construction tubing is sturdy and easy to maintain

Buyer's Guides

Bathroom Safety

Preventing accidents in the bathroom includes grab bars as well as toilet and tub accessories to make daily living needs easier.

Medical Supplies

From everyday bandages and tape to deep penetrating heat pads and wraps, no home should be without these helpful medical supplies.

Senior Mobility Devices

Staying mobile might mean a walking cane, a walker or rollator, or even a wheelchair.

Wheelchairs

Staying mobile might mean a walking cane, a walker or rollator, or even a wheelchair.

Bedding

Bedding items can make sleep more restful and make it easier to manage incontinence.

Daily Living Aids

Medication reminders and monitoring devices allow you to better maintain your health while fitness aids encourage needed exercise.