This best-selling sliding transfer bench will provide welcomed relief and increased independence for those who have trouble getting in and out of the shower, standing for prolonged periods or worries about falling while bathing. Using this bench is simple – Position one end of the bench outside the shower or bath and the other end inside, making sure the legs are level, locked and stable. Sit on the seat and easily slide across into the shower or bath. The backrest, which can be positioned for left or right-hand use, provides additional support and comfort along with a seat belt for safety. This transfer bench measures 39 inches across to allow ample room for the seat to slide. Be sure to measure your bathroom or shower area to make sure it will properly fit inside. Its total height can reach 37 inches when the legs are fully extended. The legs are adjustable in 12 inch increments, allowing you to change the seat height from 19 to 23 inches. It weighs just 14.5 pounds yet is heavy duty enough to support 400 pounds.
BATH CHAIR Dimensions: 39 Inches L x 19.25 Inches W x 37 Inches H; Adjustable seat height: 19 Inches to 23.5 Inches from floor; Seat dimensions: 19 Inches W x 14.5 inches D; Overall weight: 14.5 lbs; Holds Weight capacity up to 400 lbs
TUB AND SLIDING SHOWER BENCH AND SHOWER CHAIR makes transfers from wheelchairs or walkers to the bath or shower easy with a safe sliding design to minimize strain. Ideal bath tub seat for elderly seniors, disabled, handicapped or post-surgical
SHOWER BENCH features a no tool design, easy assembly and detailed instructions. Tub shower transfer bench does not require permanent mounting hardware. Seat can be configured with right or left install
BATH SEAT and SHOWER BENCH for elderly and disabled is safe and secure with a rust resistant frame, seat with back, hook and loop safety belt, nylon strap locks to hold the seat in place, suction cup non-slip feet and removable cut out for perineal access
SHOWER CHAIR is easy to use by positioning one end of the transfer chair in the shower and the other side outside. With the help of a caregiver, have the person carefully sit on the seat and gently slide them over the lip of the tub and into the shower