Carex universal bath or shower chair without back
Smooth-edge notch provides convenient placement for a hand-held shower.
Seat height adjustable from 18 - 23 inches.
400lbs weight capacity
White in color
Easily assembled with no tools.
Carex changed the name on the Rubbermaid shower chair in 2004 after the product line was sold to apex-carex. It is the same product as the rubbermaid.
Ships UPS Ground only
12/2/2009 9:25 AM
We bought this bath bench to replace the standard shower chair with a back and aluminum legs. This bath bench is SO MUCH BETTER - it is sturdier (and I'm a woman of ample size), easier to keep clean and because of the way the legs are constructed, no water can get inside them, so no kind of rusty/crusty-looking spots to worry about. Plus, the feet of this bath bench are much thicker and sturdier rubber than the conventional shower chair. That was why we had to toss our old one -one of the rubber feet wore through and we were afraid the bathtub would get scratched. Replacement feet were pretty expensive and in any case, as pleased as I am with this bath bench, it's probably a good thing I didn't spend $ on replacement parts for the old one. This bath bench is also a wonderful value. I'm very happy!
Note that the height is adjustable. Very strong and well made.
12/2/2009 9:23 AM
The bottom part of the legs adjust by screwing in and out of the top part of the legs. This provides about a 5 inch range of height adjustment. With the legs fully extended, the height of the seat is about 21 inches. The bench is very strong and well made from molded plastic. There is no hardware - the legs slide into the base and lock in position. You would need to use a pen or something to depress the locking button when you want to remove the legs. This bench is also available with a backrest.