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I know that not everyone needs a bathlift but having seen this for sale locally for over £400 I thought this was a cracking deal.
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Alinshearahbanned 2 Likes #1
why would you want to lift a bath?
xbecky07x#2
hot although if there is a need from this people should be able to get them free on loan from there local authority x
shazar 1 Like #3
Alinshearah
why would you want to lift a bath?


because the shower is heavier
garbage456#4
so that is how they get in, but how do they get out of the bath ??????
xbecky07x#5
It rises up and lowers down x
Squelds#6
I read somewhere once that electricity and water dont mix ??
esar#7
Squelds
I read somewhere once that electricity and water dont mix ??

It has a battery (see the weight specs), so totally safe ;-)
Houldey#8
I don't need one. But at this price, why the hell not!?

esar
Squelds
I read somewhere once that electricity and water dont mix ??

It has a battery (see the weight specs), so totally safe ;-)

Isn't a battery still electricity?

Edited By: Houldey on Apr 01, 2012 23:35
Squelds 2 Likes #9
esar
It has a battery (see the weight specs), so totally safe ;-)


Ok then that rules out the mother-in-laws birthday present !
onepinkbit#10
I have 1 of these and it cost a lot more than this ... excellent price and a must for disabled or elderly to enable them to still enjoy the comfort of a soak in the bath
mitchwales 2 Likes #11
Anything that allows someone to stay at home and enjoy basic comforts for longer has to be a good thing.
shadowman40 1 Like #12
Excellent deal.

In theory if you need one you should be able to get one from your local authority, but unfortunately this isn't possible any more. My uncle needs one, approached his local authority who sent an assessor, agreed he needed one, but they had no money to provide them any more.
johnjo1 2 Likes #13
if local authorities brought one from places like this rather local mobility shop they would be able to afford more! :|
abattoir#14
I want one, for the one fact that I am lazy!
8)
arfster#15
onepinkbit
I have 1 of these and it cost a lot more than this ... excellent price and a must for disabled or elderly to enable them to still enjoy the comfort of a soak in the bath

What about if you're just lazy? No discrimination please!
moob#16
Squelds
I read somewhere once that electricity and water dont mix ??


What about these electric shower thingies?
Squelds#17
Always one clever cloggs :D
ClaireDC#18
These are useful, however I found that mine (a similar one, from local authority) took up a lot of bath space and made actually bathing a lot more difficult because you can't lie back, or have much room to move around. I'm 31 with arthritis so struggle to get in and out of the bath when I'm flared up with it, and I chose to send mine back and stick to showering, because of the extra hassle with this when bathing.

Also, if you do get one, make sure you keep the battery charged, it's not good to get stuck half-way lol.
shadowman40#19
johnjo1
if local authorities brought one from places like this rather local mobility shop they would be able to afford more! :|


I absolutely agree with you. Unfortunately many local authorites and NHS / public bodies are tied to contracts with certain suppliers who charge exorbitant prices safe in the knowledge that their contracts prevent their clients shopping around.

I did query it once, and was told that the supplier has to guarantee like for like replacement for a period of years after supply, hence they pay more. (sounds ridiculous to me).

My uncle did ask the local authority what the point of sending an assessor out was, if they knew they had no money to provide what he needed, to which they had no answer but offered him a raised toilet seat free ( as some sort of compensation? or perhaps to justify their visit!)
trs020382#20
it reminds me off something from a kids programme that would throw you into gunge!

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