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PCP Raised Toilet Seat and Safety Frame (Two-in-One), Adjustable

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PCP Raised Toilet Seat and Safety Frame (Two-in-One), Adjustable

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Product description

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The Personal Care Products 7007 Raised Toilet Seat with Safety Frame is a unique product that does double duty as a safety frame and raised toilet seat. 300 lb. weight limit. Sold as a one piece product, no assembly required. Made in the USA. Use For: bath safety, recovery, post-injury, limited mobility, and daily living aids


From the manufacturer

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PCP Adjustable Elevated Toilet Seat and Safety Frame PCP 3-in-1 Aluminum Commode with Elevated Toilet Seat and Adjustable Frame PCP 3-6" Adjustable Height Raised Toilet Seat with Safety Clamps PCP Lightweight Aluminum Toilet Safety Frame Replacement Seat for PCP Adjustable Elevated Toilet Seat and Safety Frame (7007)
Universal Fit No No Yes No No
Adjustable Yes Yes Yes Yes N/A
Assembly Pre-Assembled ; No Tools Required Light Assembly Pre-Assembled ; No Tools Required Light Assembly Light Assembly
Type 2-in-1 ; Elevated Toilet Seat amp; Safety Frame 3-in-1; Elevated Toilet Seat amp; Safety Frame with Commode Elevated Toilet Seat Toilet Seat Frame Toilet Seat
Country of Origin Made in USA Made in USA Made in USA Made in USA Made in USA
Model Number PCP 7007 PCP 7025 PCP 7751 PCP 7009 PCP 7007-SG

PCP Raised Toilet Seat and Safety Frame (Two-in-One), Adjustable

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