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#1 heather drusky

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Posted 12 May 2011 - 10:18 PM

This chair was used only when I visited my parents, extremely seldom. They have had it there for about 4 years and it has been used approximately 12 - 16 times. It is in good working order, it is the top of the line in Shower/Commode chairs. Please don't hesitate to reply or email me heatherdrusky@bellsouth.net if you have any questions.

Below is how Vitality Medical website explains the features:




Invacare Mariner Rehab Shower Commode Chair
Invacare Mariner Rehab Shower Chair is perfect people who need assistance in the shower. It has a padded, roomy 18.25" x 18.25" shower seat. This bath chair is both lightweight and durable, made of aluminum frame and stainless steel hardware. This shower chair was built for your ease of use. The foot rests and the armrests can swing away to make is easier for your patient to get in and out of this shower chair.

Invacare Mariner Rehab Shower Chair supports patients up to 300lbs. The 5" casters make it easy to roll into the shower or over the toilet. This shower chair conveniently fits over most standard and elongated bowls for toilet use.

Special Features


Invacare Mariner Rehab Shower Commode Chair Features & Benefits

Arms flips back for easy patient seating
Fits over most standard and elongated toilet bowls
Folds easily for transport or storage
Padded 4-position seat with easy access
Standard with 5" locking swivel casters
Swing-away front riggings with tool-less adjustable height footrests
Mariner Rehab Shower Commode Chair Specifications

Overall Height: 39" (floor to top of push handle)
Seat To Floor Height: 22-3/4" (floor to top of seat)
Seat To Arm Height: 8" (top of seat to top of armrest)
Back Height: Top of seat to upholstery top: 15-1/2"
Footrest: From top of seat: min. 13", max. 18"
Overall Width: Open: 22-1/2" (hand rim to hand rim) Folded: 8"
Back Width: 18"
Seat Width: 18-1/4"
Width Between Arms: 18-1/2"
Overall Depth: 29" (w/o front riggings)
Seat Depth: 18-1/4"
Product Weight: 32 lb
Product Weight Capacity: 300 lb
Quantity: 1 per case
Clearance: Front crossbrace to back of caster: 23-1/2"
Floor to seat base: 20-3/4"
Inside width (between side frames): 16"
Warranty: 3 Year Limited Warranty

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Posted 13 May 2011 - 12:09 AM

This chair was used only when I visited my parents, extremely seldom. They have had it there for about 4 years and it has been used approximately 12 - 16 times. It is in good working order, it is the top of the line in Shower/Commode chairs. Please don't hesitate to reply or email me heatherdrusky@bellsouth.net if you have any questions.

Below is how Vitality Medical website explains the features:




Invacare Mariner Rehab Shower Commode Chair
Invacare Mariner Rehab Shower Chair is perfect people who need assistance in the shower. It has a padded, roomy 18.25" x 18.25" shower seat. This bath chair is both lightweight and durable, made of aluminum frame and stainless steel hardware. This shower chair was built for your ease of use. The foot rests and the armrests can swing away to make is easier for your patient to get in and out of this shower chair.

Invacare Mariner Rehab Shower Chair supports patients up to 300lbs. The 5" casters make it easy to roll into the shower or over the toilet. This shower chair conveniently fits over most standard and elongated bowls for toilet use.

Special Features


Invacare Mariner Rehab Shower Commode Chair Features & Benefits

Arms flips back for easy patient seating
Fits over most standard and elongated toilet bowls
Folds easily for transport or storage
Padded 4-position seat with easy access
Standard with 5" locking swivel casters
Swing-away front riggings with tool-less adjustable height footrests
Mariner Rehab Shower Commode Chair Specifications

Overall Height: 39" (floor to top of push handle)
Seat To Floor Height: 22-3/4" (floor to top of seat)
Seat To Arm Height: 8" (top of seat to top of armrest)
Back Height: Top of seat to upholstery top: 15-1/2"
Footrest: From top of seat: min. 13", max. 18"
Overall Width: Open: 22-1/2" (hand rim to hand rim) Folded: 8"
*Back Width: 18"
*Seat Width: 18-1/4"
Width Between Arms: 18-1/2"
Overall Depth: 29" (w/o front riggings)
Seat Depth: 18-1/4"
Product Weight: 32 lb
Product Weight Capacity: 300 lb
Quantity: 1 per case
Clearance: Front crossbrace to back of caster: 23-1/2"
Floor to seat base: 20-3/4"
*Inside width (between side frames): 16"
Warranty: 3 Year Limited Warranty


This chair comes in 2 widths, either 16" or 18". You've posted both:
BACK WIDTH: 18"
SEAT WIDTH: 18-1/4"
INSIDE WIDTH BETWEEN SIDE FRAMES: 16"

So, which is your commode chair, 16" or 18"?
Oh, and how much are you offering it for? I have one, but am in need of a new one.



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#3 edlee

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Posted 13 May 2011 - 06:22 PM

They are nice chairs,, I, personally, like the ones with the large back wheels, so I can push myself around.. Where are you located?
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Posted 16 May 2011 - 01:41 AM


This chair was used only when I visited my parents, extremely seldom. They have had it there for about 4 years and it has been used approximately 12 - 16 times. It is in good working order, it is the top of the line in Shower/Commode chairs. Please don't hesitate to reply or email me heatherdrusky@bellsouth.net if you have any questions.

Below is how Vitality Medical website explains the features:




Invacare Mariner Rehab Shower Commode Chair
Invacare Mariner Rehab Shower Chair is perfect people who need assistance in the shower. It has a padded, roomy 18.25" x 18.25" shower seat. This bath chair is both lightweight and durable, made of aluminum frame and stainless steel hardware. This shower chair was built for your ease of use. The foot rests and the armrests can swing away to make is easier for your patient to get in and out of this shower chair.

Invacare Mariner Rehab Shower Chair supports patients up to 300lbs. The 5" casters make it easy to roll into the shower or over the toilet. This shower chair conveniently fits over most standard and elongated bowls for toilet use.

Special Features


Invacare Mariner Rehab Shower Commode Chair Features & Benefits

Arms flips back for easy patient seating
Fits over most standard and elongated toilet bowls
Folds easily for transport or storage
Padded 4-position seat with easy access
Standard with 5" locking swivel casters
Swing-away front riggings with tool-less adjustable height footrests
Mariner Rehab Shower Commode Chair Specifications

Overall Height: 39" (floor to top of push handle)
Seat To Floor Height: 22-3/4" (floor to top of seat)
Seat To Arm Height: 8" (top of seat to top of armrest)
Back Height: Top of seat to upholstery top: 15-1/2"
Footrest: From top of seat: min. 13", max. 18"
Overall Width: Open: 22-1/2" (hand rim to hand rim) Folded: 8"
*Back Width: 18"
*Seat Width: 18-1/4"
Width Between Arms: 18-1/2"
Overall Depth: 29" (w/o front riggings)
Seat Depth: 18-1/4"
Product Weight: 32 lb
Product Weight Capacity: 300 lb
Quantity: 1 per case
Clearance: Front crossbrace to back of caster: 23-1/2"
Floor to seat base: 20-3/4"
*Inside width (between side frames): 16"
Warranty: 3 Year Limited Warranty


This chair comes in 2 widths, either 16" or 18". You've posted both:
BACK WIDTH: 18"
SEAT WIDTH: 18-1/4"
INSIDE WIDTH BETWEEN SIDE FRAMES: 16"

So, which is your commode chair, 16" or 18"?
Oh, and how much are you offering it for? I have one, but am in need of a new one.



Very sorry about that. The seat is 18"
The price is $200.00

They are nice chairs,, I, personally, like the ones with the large back wheels, so I can push myself around.. Where are you located?
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I am just outside of Nashville TN. I can see how the big "wheelchair type" wheels would come in handy for some.



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