ProBasics Shower Chair

ProBasics Shower Chair

  • FSA Approved

ProBasics Shower Chair is made for people who need stability and seating support while bathing and taking showers. The chair features a comfortable contoured, textured seat and back that can support patient weights up to 250 pounds. Shower Seats are shaped like standard chairs with rubberized legs to prevent slipping or falling.

ProBasics Shower Chair Benefits

  • Quick tool-free assembly
  • Wide-based crutch tips help increase stability
  • The aluminum frame is lightweight, durable and corrosion-proof
  • Legs are height adjustable with one-inch snap button adjustments
  • Two-hole handles in the seat provide security when sitting or standing

Item # Desc Pkg Price
BSCWBA With Back And Padded Arms 4/Pack

Features of ProBasics Bath Bench

  • Helps Improve safety:
  • Makes you independent:
    • Shower Chair makes you independent and makes you free to get access bathing without the help of a caregiver for your support.
  • Helps Maintain Hygiene:
    • The shower bench seat makes it convenient for the elderly to take a shower and thus helps maintain hygiene with an easy bathing experience.

ProBasics Shower Chair for Elderly Parts

  1. Back support
  2. Seat
  3. Thumb screw
  4. Leg Tip
  5. Height adjustable leg
ProBasics Shower Chair for Elderly Parts

What to buy with Shower Bench Seat - ProBasics

How to assemble ProBasics Bath Chairs?

How to set up a Shower Seat?

  1. Remove the carton's seat frame, legs, and back support (BSCWB only).
  2. Turn the seat upside down on a stable work surface. Insert leg into the leg frame by depressing push pins, sliding leg over receptacle until the push pin snaps into place. An audible click will be heard.
  3. Repeat for the remaining 3 leg attachments.
  4. Attach the backrest (BSCWB only) by depressing push pins and sliding backrest bars into the frame until push pins snap into place.

How to adjust the height of Bath Bench?

  1. Insert legs into the leg frames by depressing push pins and sliding legs over the receptacle.
  2. Depress the height adjustment button and slide the lower leg upward or downward until the height adjustment button is fully engaged in the desired setting.
  3. Repeat for the other three leg attachments.
  4. To ensure the legs are locked, push down on the seat or pull gently on each leg.

How to maintain Bathroom Chair?

  1. Check the fit and tightness of all thumb screws and push pins weekly to ensure the commode is stable and safe
  2. Never use organic solvents, abrasive cleaners, or scouring pads on any part of the shower chair.
  3. Use a mild soap and water solution, rinse with clean water, then dry with a soft cloth. Ensure that the shower chair is well-rinsed before use.

How do you use a Shower Bench Seat after knee replacement?

  • After a knee replacement surgery, one must be extra careful about moving their knee for the first few months.
  • Preparing the home to make it safer is important, and bathing and more personal hygiene tasks become easier with the new knee joint.
  • After knee replacement, the person should start to rehabilitate and be able to return to their normal level of activity.


  • Maximum weight capacity: 300 lb/136 kg (BSCWB & BSC).
  • Do not use this device if it is not securely installed.
  • This product should not be used without instruction from a healthcare professional.
  • The seat and legs must be securely attached to the frame prior to use. Failure to do so may result in injury or damage to the shower chair.
  • Ensure the height-adjusting snap buttons fully protrude through the same respective hole of each leg extension. This will ensure the leg extensions are locked in position and achieve an even height.
  • All four leg extensions with rubber tips must touch the floor at all times.
  • Ensure all thumb screws are tightened, and threading is intact on a weekly basis.
  • Check all the rubber tips on the leg extensions for rips, wear, or if they are missing. Immediately replace any or all if any of these imperfections exist.
  • Weight should be evenly distributed when using the shower chair. Do not lean or reach for objects while seated on the shower chair.
  • Never stand on the shower chair seat.

ProBasics Shower Seat Specifications

Particulars BSC



Overall Footprint: 16.5"W x 19"D 16.5"W x 19"D 18.5"W x 21"D
Seat Dimensions: 19.5"W x 11.5"D 19.5"W x 11.5"D 16"W x 13.5"D
Adjustable Seat Height: 14.25" - 20.5" 14.25" - 20.5" 17.5" - 21.5"
Weight Capacity: 300 lb 300 lb 300 lb



Limited Lifetime on frame, One year on all parts

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