The X220 Bariatric Commode is manufactured from tubular steel; this popular heavy-duty bariatric commode chair offers a reinforced framework in heavier gauge tubes designed to cater for more significant users of up to 254kg / 40st. This commode offers extra-wide features, adjustable height and fixed arms for user support. The chair has two side wheels fitted for accessible transit and easy frame tipping.
Part of the new YESS range from Cefndy Healthcare, the X220 Fixed Height Bariatric Commode is a simple solution to many size predicaments. Available in a range of options, with a fixed or detachable back and in deeply padded vinyl upholstery or with comfort polyurethane. This commode is also in pediatric or super bariatric sizes; there is an option to suit all needs.
- Our YESS Range offers a reinforced framework in heavier gauge steel – this heavy-duty commode can cater for users of up to 318kg / 50st on all products.
- Comes with fixed back and vinyl upholstery as standard – choose from:
- X220 – Fixed Back, Vinyl Upholstery
- X220D – Adjustable Back, Vinyl Upholstery
- X220P – Fixed Back, Polyurethane Upholstery
- X220DP – Adjustable Back, Polyurethane Upholstery
- Transit wheels on two legs enable tipping of the frame and easy moving.
- Non-slip, non-marking rubber feet.
- This variant’s height is fixed.
- Potty loads from both front & rear.
- All chairs are stackable.
Between a toilet and a commode?
A commode could also refer to low-lying drawers or a portable washstand with a cupboard hidden beneath the countertop. The definition that most closely matches this discussion is a boxy structure concealing and supporting a seat over a removable chamberpot or bedpan. The key idea is portability: a commode is not connected to water or sewer lines but serves more like a privacy chamber for users on the move. So it would find the user, not the other way around.
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