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Aidapt Folding Commode

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SKU
VR252F
Manufacturer
Aidapt
£28.79 £23.99
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This product qualifies for VAT exemption

In the UK, disabled people do not have to pay VAT when buying certain disability aids and services (This can be claimed by friend or family member purchasing on their behalf). Not everything supplied to disabled people is necessarily zero-rated for VAT. Goods and services on which you do not have to pay VAT are usually known as 'zero-rated' or 'eligible for VAT relief'.is

• Ideal for users who struggle to get to the toilet
• Simple folding commode designed for easy storage
• Perfect for house guests or overnight visitors
• Lightweight and portable for ease of handling
• 7 litre pail with lid supplied
• Maximum user weight 130kg (20 Stones)
• Powder coated tubular steel
• Weighs only 4.5kg (!0lbs)
• NEW top-loading commode bucket
 
The Folding Commode chair s an ideal solution where space is limited. This toilet chair is suitable for use around the home. Perfect solutions for house guests and overnight visitors. Why struggle to get to the bathroom when this lightweight, portable commode can offer comfort, peace of mind especially for people with mobility issues. This product folds flat for ease of transport. 
 
Specification
 
Product Dimensions:- 765mm x 530mm x 530mm (30” x 20¾” x 20¾”)
Net Weight:- 4.kg (10lbs)
Arm Height:- 650mm (25¾”)
Back Rest Size:- 425mm x 90mm (16¾” x 3½”)
Capacity:- 7 Litres
Footprint:- 530mm x 530mm (20¾” x 20¾”)
Height From Floor To Seat Underside:-  400mm (15¾)
Height from Floor to Top of Back:- 765mm (30”)
Height from Floor to Top of Seat:- 450mm (17¾”)
Height of Arms from Seat:- 220mm (8¾”)
Max User Weight:- 130kg (20st)
Seat Depth:- 400mm (15¾”)
Seat Width:- 400mm (15¾”)
Width between arms:- 430mm (17”)
 

Advice for buying a folding commode.

As a folding commode is designed to be portable,  the weight of the commode is an important factor to consider before making your purchase. Always check the weight and weight limits before purchasing a commode chair.

Commode toilet chairs are used with a plastic pail/bucket that requires emptying at regular intervals. The commode pail is usually supplied with a lid. This is extremely useful to reduce the risk of spillage when transporting the bucket for emptying.

If the user struggles standing up from a chair, a toilet or seating position, one important thing to consider is whether the commode has arm rests. The arm rests can help the user to push up from a seated position.

One final thing to consider if the user drops/sits down heavily or is transferring from a wheelchair, the commode could move. It is strongly advised that a lightweight commode is placed with the back rest positioned against the wall.

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Brand Aidapt
upc 5021196732976
Manufacturer Aidapt
Label Best Seller
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In the UK, disabled people do not have to pay VAT when buying certain disability aids and services (This can be claimed by friend or family member purchasing on their behalf). Not everything supplied to disabled people is necessarily zero-rated for VAT. Goods and services on which you do not have to pay VAT are usually known as 'zero-rated' or 'eligible for VAT relief.

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