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In the Bathroom 1 2


2 £32.99 ONLY


Adjustable Height


2 Nuvo™ Adjustable Bath Step 1 Bathroom Safety Rail


High quality steel bath rail, improving safety when getting in and out of the bath. Simply clamps to bath sides between 3-7” wide. Suitable for fibreglass or metal baths. Maximum user weight 15st. Length 15”.


Code


L97780 3


(Exc. VAT) £27.49


Price £32.99 4


Adjustable Bath Step brings flexibility, security and style to the bathroom. Used to aid getting in and out of the bath, reducing the step-over height for people who have difficulty raising their legs. Maximum user weight 30st. Adjusts to 2”, 3”, 4”. Length 19½”. Width 15½”.


Code M11077 4


(Exc. VAT) £45.83


Price £54.99 4 Swedish Bath Rail


Gives firm handle to assist getting in and out of the bath. Rail handle is angled over the bath and is easily fixed by two rubber line clamps. Height adjustable to suit different bath sizes. Base plate fixes to floor. Choice of white or chrome. Maximum user weight 23st. Handle height 21½ - 29”. Floor to bath rim range 13¾ - 23”. Base plate 10½ x 1”. Clamp range 1½ - 3½”. Code


Item


M18515 White M20133


5 Step Stool 3 Bath Tub Safety Bar


Provides a firm handle alongside the bath. Not suitable for acrylic baths. Maximum user weight 15st. Size 23¾ x 8¾ x 1-5”. Code


H83511


(Exc. VAT) £83.33


Offers support when getting into and out of a bath. Plastic coated tubular steel frame with a slip-resistant rubber step. Suitable for use in the kitchen. Versions with or without handrail available. Maximum user weight 22st. Platform 16 x 12”. Step height Hand rail height 41½”.


Code Price £99.99 Easy Ordering! See Back Cover for Details 59 Item


F19121 Without rail L64087 With rail


(Exc. VAT) £62.49


Price


£49.99 £74.99


Chrome 5


(Exc. VAT) £58.33 £66.66


Price


£69.99 £79.99


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USE AROUND THE HOME


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