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Drop-Arm Commode
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Invacare® Drop-Arm Commode
Invacare Drop-Arm Commode offers a 250lbs weight capacity.

Product ID: 9669
HCPCS Code: E0165**
HMESA CODE: 40-30-02-01

$256.88*

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Invacare Commodes offer consumers the comfort and stability they need. The frame is lightweight and consumers gain additional comfort and support from the 16" wide seat. The Invacare All-in-One Commode can be used bedside or can act as a toilet safety frame or raised toilet seat.



  • Can be used over the toilet with optional splash shield
  • Accommodates transfers in restricted areas
  • Drop-arm lever operates simply: lift to lock or push to release
  • Gray powder coated, 1" welded steel tubing
  • Snap-on seat and lid



  • Dimensions:27"-31.5" (H) x 20.25" (W) x 17.5" (D)
    Width Between Arms:17.5"
    Seat Surface Depth:14" (W) x 15" (D)
    Seat Opening Width:8.25" (W) x 9.5" (D)
    Seat To Floor Height:17"-21"
    Seat To Arm Height:8"
    Product Weight:22 lb.
    Product Weight Capacity:250 lb.
    Quantity:1 Unit Per Carton
    Warranty:5 Years

    NOTE: For more detail please refer to the full specifications brochure link above, or call Customer Service at (800) 333-6900. All specifications, prices, and product configurations are subject to change without notification. Accessories and seating products shown in the photographs are not necessarily included in the base price of wheelchair. Please refer to current price lists located at www.invacare.com.


    * MSRP - Manufacturer's Suggested Retail Price does not include optional equipment and accessories that may be available for this product.

    ** This information is not intended to be, nor should it be considered billing or legal advice. Providers are responsible for determining the appropriate billing codes when submitting claims to the Medicare Program and should consult an attorney or other advisor to discuss specific situations in further detail.

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