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In the Bathroom 1


Comfortable Smooth Surface


Water Drainage Slots


1 Nuvo™ Bath Board


Cutaways Front & Rear for Cleansing


1


Swivel Brackets


Unique Locking Mechanism


£34.99 ONLY


Non Slip Pads


Bath Seats allow you to sit in or closer to the water without the strain of sitting right at the bottom of the bath. Using a Bath Board will help you transfer safely into the bath and onto the Bath Seat. You may also benefit from using a wall fixed Grab Rail for additional support, see page 66 for our range of Grab Rails.


“ 2


Drainage Slots


Unique Leg Design


2 Helpful Hint


Flared End For Easier Side Transfer


Lightweight bath board gives smooth and "warm" surface area. Drainage slots allow use as a shower board. Cutaways at both front and rear assist personal cleaning. Integral soap dish. Swivel brackets enable use with a variety of bath shapes. Optional grab handle sold separately (See page 56). Maximum user weight 30st. Width 10


3 ⁄4 Code


L71286 L71298


Length 26 ½” 28”


1


(Exc. VAT) £29.16 £29.16


”. Price


£34.99 £34.99


Easy Release Tabs


2 Nuvo™ Bath Seat


Innovative, comfortable bath seat with drainage slots. Easy to change seat height from either 6-8” (15-20cm) or 10-12” (25-30cm) - simply screw leg inserts into position. Made using high quality reinforced plastic materials and stainless steel fixings. Maximum user weight 30st. Can be used in conjunction with Nuvo™ Bath Boards (see above and p56). Width 18”. Depth 101


⁄2 Code


L71055 L71067


”.


Height 6/8"


10/12"


(Exc. VAT) £41.58 £49.99


Price


£49.89 £59.99


Easy Ordering! See Back Cover for Details 2


2 HEIGHT OPTIONS


SIMPLE ASSEMBLY 2


Height Adjustable


£49.89 FROM 57





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