3-in-1 Bedside Commode Portable Toilet with Adjustable Height

4.45
7 Reviews
Item No: 80243716
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Key Features

● Multifunctional Commode Chair: This commode offers a perfect solution for people with limited mobility. Putting it nearby the bed or wherever you want to provide much convenience and safety for the elder, expectant women or disabled people who have difficulties in using common toilets. Besides, this commode chair can also be used as a safety rails around a regular toilet or a raised seat over a regular toilet.
● Comfortable Sitting and Removable Bucket: Coming with a wide backrest, which is detachable to meet your needs, two curved armrests and a large smooth seat plate, the commode chair enables you to sit on it comfortably and safely all the time. The commode bucket can be easily removed and installed, making cleaning and maintenance quite convenient.
● 5-level Height Adjustment: With the height adjustment button on each leg, this commode chair can be easily adjusted to 5 heights from 19.5" to 23.5". Such height adjustment design incredibly facilitates its availability for most people of various heights. You can adjust the commode to a comfortable height according to your specific needs.
● Sturdy Frames and Anti-Slip Foot Pads: Carefully made of iron, the whole frame of the commode chair is sturdy and durable with high load capacity of 300lbs. Equipped with 4 anti-slip foot pads, this toilet chair increase the friction between the chair and floor to help it remain stable even on smooth ground and also protect the floor from being scratched.
● Easy to Assemble: This commode chair is assembly-required but the installation is fairly simple. It only takes a few minutes to complete the assembly of this chair after unpacking it. And professional user’s manual showing the detailed steps and necessary tools are attached.

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Specifications

ColorWhite
MaterialsPlastic, iron
Product dimensions34" x 21" x 35.5"-39"(L x W x H)
Commode bucket size10" x 6" (Dia. x H)
Commode opening size8.5" x 11" (L x W)
Seat size23" x 18.5" (L x W)
Net weight22 lbs
Maximum weight capacity300 lbs

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Overview

-3-in-1 commode works as a bedside commode, safety frame or raised toilet seat
-Wide backrest and two curved armrests are comfortable to lean on
-Its backrest is removable, making sure that you can use it over toilet more convenient
-Large and smooth seat plate provides nice sitting experience
-Removable bucket for convenient cleaning and maintenance
-Adjustable commode chair with height range between 19.5" and 23.5"
-The iron frame and anti-slip pads make sure the chair is sturdy and stable
-Suitable for various occasions, such as bedroom, bathroom, hospital, etc.

Reviews

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Frequent Mentions

  • K

    Large and in charge potty

    Well, this toilet is not only large enough for any butt in the family, it is height adjustable and plenty wide enough pot to catch the poo. The curved handles are high enough to give extra support to raise on and off of it. We unfortunately needed one of these after moving my dad in as he's going through chemo and radiation and can't use the single bathroom we have. He's a bigger man, both height and weight and says the pooper is comfortable to sit on for more than a couple minutes. Took about 20 minutes to put together, if that. The pieces made sense to put together and had fairly clear instructions to them. It's sturdy and has no-slip footies on it so that when he's getting on and off it doesn't move around. Overall, much more solid and larger than the basic one at wally world.

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  • T

    Heavy Duty and Sturdy

    I bought this for a backup toilet because 1 bathroom for 2 seniors sometimes leads to accidents. This chair is wide enough for my large bottom and tall enough for my bad knees. The handles make it easy to get up and down. It's also sturdy enough that I placed a cushion on it and use it for my desk chair. I highly recommend this commode chair especially for tall, large and or heavy people.

  • C

    Really nice

    This bedside commode is very nice. It was easy to assemble.

  • K

    Large and in charge potty

    Well, this toilet is not only large enough for any butt in the family, it is height adjustable and plenty wide enough pot to catch the poo. The curved handles are high enough to give extra support to raise on and off of it. We unfortunately needed one of these after moving my dad in as he's going through chemo and radiation and can't use the single bathroom we have. He's a bigger man, both height and weight and says the pooper is comfortable to sit on for more than a couple minutes.

  • M

    Wide base interferes with a hoyer lift

    I give this product four stars. That said, we may return it. Here’s the story. My wife was diagnosed three months ago with ALS (a progressive, fatal, motor neuron disease). (Bulbar onset - the fast kind). Including the three months before diagnosis, she went from a relatively active and mobile 59 year old woman to being completely disabled. She is unable to walk, can barely lift a cup, has seriously slurred speech, and basically lives in a power chair in the day, and a hospital bed at night. We use a machine called a “hoyer lift” to lift her from the chair or bed and place her onto the commode. For many months, we could lift her to a walker and she would shuffle to the bathroom but her legs no longer work well enough to do that. We had a standard size portable commode for her bedside for her “bad days.” Now, every day is a bad day. Her standard size commode fits nicely between the legs of the hoyer lift. It was easy to lift her, move her on the lift away from her chair or the bed, position the commode under her, remove clothing, and set her down. Unfortunately she is about 100 lbs overweight and a standard commode felt narrow, especially with the arms. So we decided to try a commode with a wider platform and bought this item. What we like: the wide platform is comfortable and does not constrain her. The product is sturdy (although the 300 pound weight limit is curious, since this product would mostly appeal to people who are excessively obese). What we do not like: 1. The waste bucket does not lift out like it does in a standard sized portable commode. It slides out the front. This is awkward and dramatically increases the possibility of spills. 2. You cannot put the lid onto the waste bucket, or remove it, while it is in place. This means when you are awkwardly trying to slide the bucket forward from its clamps, your nose is a few inches from an open bucket that can easily spill. 3. The base is actually wider than the platform by about three inches. As a result, it does not fit between the legs of the hoyer lift. The only way to use the lift to place my wife onto the commode is to retract the legs to their “storage” position **with her in the air**. That’s dangerous and far outside the recommended use of the lift. Therefore, if you are getting this product for a person who depends on a hoyer lift to move them, think twice. It’s seriously problematic. One minor nitpick— when the product arrived, we could not find the assembly instructions. So I used the photo on Amazon to guide me. I ended up building it according to the photo. We found the instructions inside the waste bucket at the very end. So what’s the nit? The photo on the website shows the product built incorrectly. Not horribly wrong. It shows the washers under the head of the bolt, not under the nut, on the eight bolts that affix the platform to the legs. I followed the photo even though I found that odd. The instructions show the washer under the nut, not against the head of the bolt. My advice: look for the instructions inside the waste bucket.

Q&A

  • Q:
    Can the arm rests be moved, removed, or folded?
    A:
    Yes, it can be removed.
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