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In the Bathroom 1 1 2


EASY HAND CONTROL


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Bath Lift £449.00


ONLY FOLDS AWAY £459.00 ONLY 1 Orca Bath Lift


The Orca Bath Lift allows you to sit lower, towards the back of the bath, giving extra leg room and good immersion in the bath water. Its high back rest provides good postural support whether upright or reclined. Supplied with blue covers although the textured surface gives non-slip effect so can be used without if required. Large suction cups ensure bath lift remains secure even on dimpled bath surfaces. Side flaps ensure side transfers are simple, safe and without risk of entrapment. Easy to operate, the Orca has a lightweight battery contained within the ergonomic, compact hand control which features raised, coloured buttons for those with hand or visual problems and an emergency stop feature. Compact and easy to transport and store, it folds away by simply pushing the backrest forward and folding to the base section, the two sections fitting neatly into one another. Smooth surfaces ensure effortless cleaning. Back width 14”. Seat depth 23¼”. Seat width (side flaps out): 28”. Seat width (side flaps in): 151


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user weight limit 21¼st. Code


Item


M34132 60


”. Seat height: 21 Orca Bathlift £382.50 /3 -


16½”. Total weight without hand control: 2st. Maximum (Exc. VAT)


Price £459.00 Helpful, Informative Customer Service


“Rediscover the pleasure of bathing”


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FLOATING HANDSET


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