Our Selection of Wheelchairs for Bathrooms

Bathroom wheelchairs (also known as shower wheelchairs) are designed to make hygiene maintenance easier for those who find it difficult or impossible to make it to the lavatory. These chairs typically feature an opening in the seat -- to allow users to toilet themselves while remaining on the chair -- and rust-resistant frames for use in the shower. Bear in mind that, when transferring your chair into the shower, you will most likely need a caregiver to assist.

At 1800wheelchair, we carry the best bathroom wheelchairs from the top brands. We also have an extensive wheelchair accessories section, where you’ll find plenty of customization options to help ensure that your chair is a perfect fit. Also be sure to check out our extensive bathroom safety selections, you'll find grab bars, transfer benches, shower heads, bath lifts and much more.

Bathroom Wheelchairs - 351 - 450 lbs. - M (17.1 - 19)

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    1. Invacare Aquatec Ocean Ergo Shower Chair Commode
      Aquatec Ocean Ergo Shower Chair Commode
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      • Innovative ergonomic seat
      • Modular and flexible design
      • Stable, stainless steel frame
      • Easy disassembly
      Weight Capacity 330 lbs., 400 lbs.
      Product Weight 37.5 lbs. - 53 lbs.
      Seat Width 19"
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    2. Healthline Aluminum Shower Commode Chair
      Healthline Aluminum Shower Commode Chair
      • Can be positioned over a standard toilet or used as a portable self contained commode
      • All adjustments are toll-less
      • Availabe in 24" rear wheels
      Weight Capacity 286 lbs. - 440 lbs.
      Product Weight 28.4 lbs. - 32.3 lbs.
      Seat Width 18" - 22"
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      Bathroom Wheelchairs

      Bathroom wheelchairs allow users to roll into the toilet or/and the shower without having to transfer.

      Here are some considerations when buying a bathroom wheelchair:

      Toilet/Shower - What is the intended function? Will you be using the chair for the toilet only? Or, do you plan to use the chair in the shower too? Shower friendly wheelchairs must be able to stand up to the water.

      Doorway size - It is common for bathroom and shower doorways to be narrow. Commode and shower wheelchairs start at 22 inches in overall width - they are often wider.

      Home or Travel - We offer a varity of bathroom wheelchairs that breakdown and fold for easy travel.

      We offer other options as well, like bathroom transfer systems. This unique group of products allows you to safely transfer from the commode to the tub, toilet or shower without having to use multiple products or transfers. Additionally, we offer a wide selection of bathroom safety items: commodes, shower seats, transfer benches, and bath tub lifts.

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