Aluminium Alloy Bathroom Shower Chair

Product nameBathroom Shower Chair
StyleLiftable style
SpecificationBackrest 42*18cm  seat41*34cm Armrest inner diameter 47cm
Height range72-84cm Seat to ground height 41-53cm Handrail to ground height56-68cm
product weight3.1KG
For peopleElderly, pregnant women, patients with inconvenient legs and legs, patients during rehabilitation
Product FeaturesBathing
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Main Uses of Commode Chairs

Commode chairs are used by the elderly and extremely infirm, who suffer from extreme mobility issues, and have difficulty getting to the bathroom.

They’re not designed for comfort, but rather, for functionality and convenience, giving the people who use them more control over their lives and preserve dignity by minimizing accidents.

Commode Chairs features

  • A lightweight, durable frame, most commonly hollow steel tubing.
  • Rubberized feet, to prevent skidding.
  • A toilet seat, with a removable collection receptacle beneath for easy emptying.
  • Armrests with some type of hand grip.

Origin and History of the Commode Chair

The modern commode chair traces its origins to the close stool, which was a type of portable toilet used in the middle ages, and remained popular until the invention of the flush toilet.

These were essentially wood cabinets on four legs, with a chair back, armrests, and a closeable toilet lid. The chamber pot inside the cabinet could be accessed via a hinged door on the side and emptied as needed.

By the 19th century, these had morphed into “Thunderboxes.” They lost the arms, legs, and chair back, becoming essentially stools with a toilet lid on top and a chamber pot inside the stool, again, accessed via a hinged door on one side.