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Bath Lift

A bath lift is an ingenious device that can safely lower you into the bath. It is suitable for people who find it difficult or impossible to climb into a bath and climb out again without assistance.

Bath lifts are robust devices that are battery operated and come with a handheld controller for ease of use. They can normally take a weight of up to 150kg without any trouble, and some can be configured to take a higher weight if needs be. Most manufacturers make their bath lifts to fit a standard-sized bath, although some do cater for unusual shaped baths and corner baths. If you are unsure whether a bath lift will fit your bath it is best to check with the manufacturer before placing your order.

To use a bath lift you must be able to sit on the edge of your bath and slide yourself onto the bath lift seat. You must also be able to raise your legs over the bath rim. If you are unable to do this then you might need to consider using a hoist to raise you to the right level.

For more information on bath lifts we recommend that you browse the resources on our web site or visit our partner web site Bath Lift

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