CAX Carex Replacement Commode Bucket With Lid P10380851CAX-FGB370000000 https://cdnimages.opentip.com/full/CAX/CAX-FGB370000000.jpg Carex Replacement Commode Bucket With Lid This replacement commode bucket is designed to fit select Carex commodes.Accessory Bucket 10380851 023601037008 6.78lbs 13.00 5.75 11.50
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Carex Replacement Commode Bucket With Lid

Model: CAX-FGB370000000
By Carex
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Upc: 023601037008
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Product Description

This replacement commode bucket is designed to fit select Carex commodes.
The Replacement Commode Bucket for Steel Commodes comes complete with a handle and a lid. Designed for use with commode models: B357-11, B355-11, B341-00.

  • Comes complete with lid and handle
  • Fits most commodes including models B357-11, B355-11, B341-00

Commodes/Accessories


Product Weight: 1.25 lbs
Product Dims (h x w x d): 5.75" x 13" x 11.5"
Package Weight: 1.13 lbs
Package Dims (h x w x d): 5.75" x 13" x 11.5"
Product Type: Accessory Bucket
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