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Eagle Health Sliding Transfer Bench with Molded Cut-Out Seat

Eagle Health Sliding Transfer Bench with Molded Cut-Out Seat

BY EAGLE HEALTH

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The Snap-N-Save Sliding Transfer Bench with Molded Cut Out Seat features a seat with a replaceable cut out for personal washing. The cut-out section in the seat can be easily removed and replaced as needed for perineal washing. The seat and back are blow-molded plastic with a textured, non-slip finish. This transfer bench with sliding seat features maual locking mechanisms on either sides. The molded seat slides smoothly over polished, high-strength aluminum tubes. The sliding transfer bench has rust-proof, all-aluminum construction. Height is adjustable in & frac12 inch increments to accommodate both user needs and bathtub clearance. Non returnable hygiene item. Sliding Transfer Bench with Molded Cut-Out Seat Features: Easy to assemble, no tools required. Bench slides for easy mobility. Strong suction tipped legs. Velcro closing lap safety belt. Removable center section for perineal washing. Backrest can be installed on either side of seat. Plastic model seats have a larger seating area and come with a Shower Head Holder. Sliding Transfer Bench with Molded Cut-Out Seat Specifications: Seat Width: 19 inches. Seat Depth: 14.5 inches. Base Width: 39.5 - 41 inches. Base Depth: 19.5? 21.5 inches. Required Clearance: 15 - 19 inches. Back Height from floor: 32.5 - 37 inches. Weight Capacity: 400 lbs. see more...

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Eagle Health Sliding Transfer Bench with Molded Cut-Out Seat
Eagle Health Sliding Transfer Bench with Molded Cut-Out Seat
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Dave H.
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It's relatively easy to put together. No tools need. It's made of light weight aluminum pipes and plastic. All the pieces are snap on and can be unassembled for storage. The seat and swivel mechanism is sturdy and heavy. I would recommend that a younger person put this together as the infirm would not be able to handle it. It swivels and slides very well though it takes some practice to lock and unlock the slide (two red push covers below). At over $300, this is not cheap but at this price, this is also a well made and sturdy produce. I got this chair free as a review unit for an elderly relative. 
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