ShowerBuddy SB7e Folding Shower Chair-SolutionBased
ShowerBuddy SB7e Folding Shower Chair-SolutionBased
ShowerBuddy SB7e Folding Shower Chair-SolutionBased
ShowerBuddy SB7e Folding Shower Chair-SolutionBased
Product - ShowerBuddy SB7e Folding Shower Chair
ShowerBuddy SB7e Folding Shower Chair-SolutionBased
ShowerBuddy SB7e Folding Shower Chair-SolutionBased
ShowerBuddy SB7e Folding Shower Chair-SolutionBased
ShowerBuddy SB7e Folding Shower Chair-SolutionBased
ShowerBuddy SB7e Folding Shower Chair-SolutionBased
ShowerBuddy SB7e Folding Shower Chair-SolutionBased
Product - ShowerBuddy SB7e Folding Shower Chair
ShowerBuddy SB7e Folding Shower Chair-SolutionBased
ShowerBuddy SB7e Folding Shower Chair-SolutionBased

ShowerBuddy SB7e Folding Shower Chair

$285.00
$295.00

The ShowerBuddy Eco Traveler (SB7E) is designed for use in a curbless/accessible or roll-in shower stalls. The SB7E can roll over most toilets to be used as an over-toilet commode and can also double as a bedside commode. It is lightweight yet sturdy, built with a strong aluminum frame, which is great for home use but also ideal for travel. It can fold away neatly into a travel bag (sold separately) or into a closet for storage purposes. Despite its compact size, the SB7E has premium 4" locking casters, a commode bucket with a lid, swing-away, height-adjustable footrests, and a clip-on calf strap. The ShowerBuddy Eco Traveler (SB7E) is a caregiver-assisted product; it is not intended for independent use.

The SB7E weighs 17.4 lbs with a weight capacity of 265 lbs.

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conniewillisfan
Very good value for the money, but does have a few cons

Pros:
* Easy to assemble and to adjust the seat height
* Easy to put the footrests on and off and adjust their height
* Easy to move – much lighter than the non-rolling commode we had before
* Easy to add or remove the commode bucket
* Easy to put liners on the bucket
* Sturdy

Cons:
* The listing says it will go over a 17.5 inch toilet but that isn’t actually true. Ours is 17.5 inches to the top of the bowl, and it does not go over that. The bolts and bar that hold the commode bucket on get in the way, so the clearance is actually more like 17 inches.
* It doesn’t do well rolling over any kind of threshold, although you can partly alleviate that by going in at an angle
* The wheels are difficult to lock if you are not wearing shoes
* When you lift the seat to remove the cover, the seat doesn’t stay up so you have to hold it up. We did find 2 different hacks for this, see details below.
* The commode lid is difficult to pick up, but we found a hack for this as well, see details below.
* While the seat is somewhat padded, it is not at all comfortable. It’s not as bad when you have the insert in, but when you’re in commode mode it is not comfortable at all.

Hacks/discoveries
* The hack for the commode lid being hard to pick up was to take two inexpensive cord-style headbands and crisscross them across the lid and then secure them with twist ties to form a handle. You do need to periodically swap them so that you can wash them.
* The first hack for the toilet seat lid not staying up is to place a wooden bar crossways behind the armrests if you need it to stay up for a while,. We were using a dressing stick, but I think any kind of wooden stick would work.
* The second hack for the toilet seat lid not staying up is to hook a bungee cord around the seat back and then slip the lid under the cord to hold it up. The advantage to this option is you can leave the bungee cord on all of the time, although it is a little bit uncomfortable for the person sitting on the commode.
* The other discovery we made is that we can use this as a transport device for getting in and out of a small enclosed toilet area. Unfortunately, as noted above, we can’t actually fit it over the toilet, but we are able to use it to get in and out without the patient having to do much other than stand up and turn. When leaving the bathroom, the caregiver helps the patient stand up and turn about 90°, then brings in the shower buddy and helps her sit down on it. The same basic concept can also be used when entering the bathroom.

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César Navarro Navarro
Shower budy

Great product. Very pleased.

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Maria Decicio
Showerbuddy

It’s nice but I would add a bar across the bottom to put foot on and pop it up to put in shower easier for lips on showers

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Amazon Customer
Life saver

We have been using it for over two years. This is the best purchase I have ever made. THANK YOU!!!

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Amazon Customer
Life saver

We have been using it for over two years. This is the best purchase I have ever made. THANK YOU!!!