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Drive Medical Bath Stool With Padded Rotating Seat, White with Blue Seat
- Padded seat rotates 360 degrees and locks every 90 degrees to reduce twisting and reaching while in the shower
- Easy tool free assembly with a removable seat top for easy cleaning
- Seat height can be adjusted from 16" to 22" in 1" increments
- Comes with removable tray for storing personal items
- Seat Diameter: 14"; Seat Height: 16" 22"; Outside Legs: 15"(D) x 15"(W); Weight Capacity: 450 pounds. The rotating top of the seat can be removed for easy cleaning
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Drive Medical Bathroom Safety Swivel Seat Shower Stool provides safety and security while bathing
Seat rotates 360 degrees and locks every 90 degrees
The rotating top of the seat can be removed for easy cleaning
Seat height can be adjusted from 16 to 23 inches, in 1 inch increments
The rotating padded seat reduces twisting and reaching while in the shower
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Weight Capacity 450lbs.
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From the get-go, I could see this thing was going to be trouble. The legs themselves are steel, yes. But the frame is made out of very flimsy and thin plastic. In everyone's pictures, the legs never broke, the frame did. And I could see why immediately. After maybe my second or third use, the stabilizing ring would just fall off. The teensy little plastic tabs that keep it in place were the first to break.
And yet still, I didn't learn my lesson.
Greed runs deep my friends, and so does being cheap. So, I'd put the stabilizing ring back on after each shower, and every shower it'd fall off again. The stool clearly strained every time it was used, even though it was nowhere near the weight limit.
Today I finally got what I paid for. You'll notice in my pictures that the frame split apart just like it did for everyone else. Observe how the steel legs are intact, like that matters, but how the plastic basically disintegrated into sharp shards of death. Interestingly, the fall when it exploded under me didn't cause that blood, and outside a giant knot on my head with an excruciating headache, I was unharmed by the fall.
It was in rolling off my back to stand up that my shoulder got pierced by one of those plastic knives that make up the stool that I got my puncture wound.
I'm not a litigious man. If I buy a cheap product, I accept that it's probably low quality and will break. I understood that risk everytime I sat on that deathtrap, even after the ring started popping off. So, for me, the situation ended with me dropping this garbage off at the curb. But I do think future buyers should be warned. You see a bunch of other people posting similar pictures and stories. Buy this at your own risk.
Side note: 1st one was delivered and a leg was broken (I think it was returned to Amazon by someone else and wasn’t double checked before re-shipped out to me). Replacement received in 3 days. Email received with postage paid return label. Stuff happens. I get that. It was a quick turn around by Amazon to remedy the situation. I appreciate that they stand behind what they sell.
My husband put the chair together. It was definitely super easy (no screwing in hardware). Just click into the slots and viola you have a chair. I could have put it together myself. The chair is super light in weight. And it doesn't take up much room in the tub. So, my husband can put it towards the back of the tub and he has plenty of room to shower himself. I think it will be fine to travel with since it can be taken apart easy.
My issues with the chair. I don't really feel safe in the chair. Why? Well trying to sit and get comfortable is a wobbly situation. The seat is not really wide. It is a small round seat. If you don't have a big/wide behind - well you might not have an issue with the seat. I did like the Aqua chair for this issue because the seat was a wide seat. But, that is not the only issue I have. The swivel seat is kind of not fun at all. There is a plastic white lip you have to push down to swivel. When you are sitting on the chair and try to use this feature - it is hard for someone with arthritic hands to push on this lip. And I can't get it to work for me while trying to use the lip/handle feature. Now - it does swivel on its own for me. Yes - on its own! I have to try to turn myself to get out of the tub (I can't just stand up and step out). So, when I do this - the seat likes to unclick and swivel - which makes it really exciting when you are not ready to swivel. The seat can pinch your skin if you don't be careful or sit right - I have said ouch quite a few times.
So - because of my issues I am going to purchase another Aqua chair. But, I am going to keep this chair for when we travel. A lot of hotel handicap bathrooms do not have chairs to sit on (plus I really don't want to share the seat with hundreds of other rear ends).
I could see it working better for someone who can stand up on their own and get out of the tub without too much trouble. Or, if you have a walk in shower area. But, if you are like most of us out there - and have a basic tub with a side you have to lift your legs over - then consider some of my issues before spending the money.
I will say it is well made and the thought of the design put into it - is good.
*** UPDATE - I should have given it more time. I know like it a lot better. I lost quite a bit of weight - so my behind fits on the chair. I am also liking the swivel top. Once I took my time, and figured out how to use it properly I decided this is the chair I like the best. Now, I have had this chair a long time and it is still doing its job. It has not fallen apart like the Aqua chair. The Aqua chair would only last me a few months at a time. This chair fits in my tub better. So, I am now very pleased with my purchase. I even bought a back up chair (another one of these) to use in the kitchen to sit on so I can do dishes.
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Assembly was simple, BUT be gentle installing lower shelf. The 4 shelf attach points have THIN plastic tabs that are easy to break during assembly. They would seem to be sufficient (? so far) for sitting, do not appear to be designed for real heavy load in the shelf.
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