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All-In-One Aluminum Commode
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Invacare All-In-One Aluminum Commode
Lightweight commode designed for bedside use or as raised toilet seat/toilet safety frame.

Product ID: 9650-4
HCPCS Code: E0163**
HMESA CODE: 40-30-01-03

$437.80*

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The Invacare All-in-One Aluminum Commode can be used bedside, or with backrest removed it can act as a toilet safety frame or raised toilet seat. The aluminum frame is lightweight and users gain additional comfort and support from the 14" wide seat.



  • Large 14" wide snap-on seat with lid for added comfort and support
  • Includes commode bucket, bucket cover and splash shield
  • Wing nuts allow for removal of backrest when needed



  • Overall Width:24.25"
    Width Between Arms:18"
    Seat Width:14"
    Seat Opening Width:8.5"
    Overall Depth:18.25"
    Seat Surface Depth:16.5"
    Seat Depth:10.5"
    Overall Height:30"-36"
    Seat To Floor Height:16"-22"
    Seat To Arm Height:7.5"
    Product Weight Capacity:350 lb.
    Quantity:Units per Carton 4
    Warranty:Limited Warranty - 5 Year

    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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