Our range of commodes includes a wide variety of designs and features to suit different requirements. If you're looking for more discreet commode chairs, we have several options available that look like normal chairs until you lift the seat to reveal the commode pan beneath. Extra-wide commodes are also available, as are flushing commodes designed to stylishly integrate in with your home’s décor.
Our range of bariatric commodes is designed to help those living with toileting or mobility problems. Anyone with poor mobility who requires extra strength or width could benefit from a bariatric commode given their robust construction.
Our more specialist shower commodes are available in a variety of options, including height-adjustable shower commodes with openings at the back to make cleaning an easier process for carers. They also tilt to make it a little easier to clean the individual and have adjustable headrests.
At Complete Care Shop, we’re determined to help and support you in remaining independent. With an excellent rating on Trustpilot, it’s clear that we’re a reliable supplier of high-quality commodes. If you have any questions about our products, please don’t hesitate to contact us.
Commodes and commode chairs FAQs
Commodes and commode chairs are types of chairs that have self contained toilets and are designed to aid people with limited mobility.
They provide a convenient way to use the toilet without having to go to the bathroom every time - useful for those who have limited mobility or who are at risk of falling, as it reduces the distance they need to cover in order to relieve themselves.
Anyone who needs to get to the toilet quickly but finds it challenging to get there may benefit from using a commode or commode chair. They're a highly useful aid for people with reduced mobility or are weak or unsteady. If they are at risk of falling, a commode may be safer than attempting to walk to the bathroom.
To use a commode or commode chair first make sure the wheels are locked to prevent the chair from moving. Next, ensure the container is placed or attached underneath the chair. You can put a small amount of water in the container to help clean it.
There are a few considerations to keep in mind when choosing a commode or commode chair:
Don't forget to think about what height, width and user weight is required as well.