Raz Design Introduces the Jaz Mobile Shower Commode Chair

Published in Complex Rehab on August 28, 2019

Raz Design is pleased to announce the launch of their latest mobile shower commode chairs. The Jaz is available as the Jaz‐AP (Attendant Propel) and the Jaz‐SP (Self‐Propel). These chairs offer functional positioning and comfort at entry‐level prices, but with standard features that are normally found on more expensive models. The Jaz chairs are exceptionally durable and easy to clean, ideal for infection control environments.

Features include:

  • High‐strength, composite frame
  • Contoured seat with best‐in‐class comfort
  • 5” tool‐less height adjustment
  • Flip‐up arm supports
  • Swing‐away, adjustable‐length foot supports
  • Dual‐locking casters
  • 22” rear wheels (SP model)

Options include:

  • SoftJaz seat overlay
  • Arm support locks
  • Pelvic positioning belt
  • Chest positioning belt
  • Swing‐away laterals
  • Head support
  • Bodypoint calf strap ‐ snap‐on
  • Quick‐release axles (SP model)

For more information, please contact Raz Design at 877‐720‐5678 or [email protected] 


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