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Toileting & Personal Care 1


Uses Existing Fixings


Attaches To Existing Seat


1


Discreetly Adds 1” Raise


Horseshoe Shape Fits Most Toilets


1 Nuvo™ Toilet Seat Raiser Code


Ideal if your toilet seat is a bit too low to sit down on comfortably. Adds an approximate 1" raise to your toilet seat, making the overall height of your seat approximately 2". Easy to assemble - simply secure underneath your existing toilet seat using the seat’s fixings. Unique horseshoe profile will fit a wide range of toilet seats. Maximum user weight 30st. Length 15”. Width 13”. Height 1”. (Exc. VAT)


Price


M11119 2


2 £13.33 £15.99 3 Padded 3


Seat Cover Foam filled cover to secure onto your toilet seat or commode for added comfort to toilet seats or commodes. Hook and loop fixings keep secure. Wipe clean PVC cover.


PADDED COVER


Unsuitable for use on raised toilet seats. Height 1½”. Code


STANDARD SEAT RAISED TOILET SEAT


F20895 4 Raised Toilet 4 2 Nobi Toilet Seats with Arms


These strong plastic toilet seats have built in moulded armrests for support. Two versions available, either with or without a raised toilet seat. The raised section is permanently fixed to the underside of the seat. Maximum user weight 20st. Overall width 24”. Seat width 13”. Seat depth 18”. Arm height 5½” approx. Code


Item


M11168 Standard Seat M11156 Raised Toilet Seat


74


(Exc. VAT) £94.16


£149.16 Price


£112.99 £178.99


Seat with Arm Rests Comfortable plastic seat can be adjusted to 3 heights: 2½”, 4” and 5¼”. Supportive arm rests. Easy installation without tools. Front and rear recesses for easy personal cleaning. Maximum user weight 23st. Width between armrests 19”. Product weight 13lb. Code


SUPPORTIVE ARM RESTS


(Exc. VAT) M35355 Helpful, Informative Customer Service Price £91.66 £109.99


(Exc. VAT) £18.33


Price £21.99 £15.99 ONLY


ADDS APPROXIMATELY 1” TO SEAT HEIGHT


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