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Medline Elevated Toilet Seat with Lock and Arms 1 ea

 
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Medline Elevated Toilet Seat with Lock and Arms, 1 ea
 
3.5

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4.0

Must Have for Elder Care!

By Beckym

from Midwest City, OK

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Pros

  • Adds Safety

Cons

  • Hard to clean

Best Uses

  • Daily Use

Comments about Medline Elevated Toilet Seat with Lock and Arms, 1 ea:

My grandmother cannot be without this bathroom accessory. It is worth every penny. The first one I bought lasted about three years. Considering the repeated use and that it is mostly plastic, that's pretty good. What broke was the plastic screw that holds it on.

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3.0

Safe and Convenient

By elcutachero

from md

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Pros

  • Durable
  • Good Value
  • Rquires cautious use

Cons

    Best Uses

    • In main bedroom bathroom

    Comments about Medline Elevated Toilet Seat with Lock and Arms, 1 ea:

    This does not require the use of tools for assembly nor removal of the seat from the existing standard height toilet.
    However to get it tight enough to bear snugly and avoid wobbling, the knob must be tightened very snugly with a pliers; there is simply not enough strength in ones's fingers to make it tight enough to be immovable.
    Also when mounting both hands should be used simultanously and sit back up against the foldedup seat. This is not a jungle jim or a kiddy toilet so it will pop out if all your weight is on one arm.
    I would not recommend the armless model unless you have one of those safety frames resembling a large walker.
    The length is four inches less than a standard toilet so the large male will find it uncomfortable at least to stuff himself in. The water does't reach the appliance so rinsing and wiping must be done by the user.
    The large male is advised to sit on the edge and hold a safety or regular urinal in front of himself, thus avoiding squeezing and failure to void or unsanitary dribbling. On need only pull down one's clothing to the knees to use this successfully.
    All in all, convenient, and portable, and much cheaper than a plumber-installed porcelain toilet.
    Comparable in size to the toilet on a train, a bus, or airliner; no wide legged posture possible.

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