Easy bathing

4.3 out of 5 stars

This Bathchair is very easy to use, and very practical to own. You need to keep it on charge 24/7 but it uses virtually no power.
Once in the bath, it has 4 suction cups to hold it in place. The control unit is big and chunky, with large well marked buttons. It also has a suction pad do you can stick it on the bath tiles in easy reach.
The backrest will go all the way down, which allows you to lie virtually flat, if your condition allows.
Movement up and down is smooth, if somewhat slow.
It folds up into quite a neat unit for storage.
All in all a very capable chair for those who need assistance in the bath.

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Aquajoy premium plus bath chair



Over £200

I obtained mine from occupational therapy, but I don't think there would be any problem with sourcing this product.

Very cheap to run

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-Assists with easy and comfortable bath transfers

-Back rest reclines for relaxation

-Back and seat covers for additional comfort

-Operated by a floating waterproof control


Overall length: 580mm (22¾”).
Seat depth: 490mm (19¼”).
Seat width (inc. side flaps): 686mm (27″). Seat width (flaps folded in): 390mm (15½”).
Seat height: (lowest): 80mm (3″). Seat height (highest): 460mm (18″).
Height of backrest: 525mm (20½”). Width of backrest: 340mm (13½”).
Seat Weight: 7.4kg (16lb).
Backrest Weight: 5.1kg (11lb)

User weight limit: 170kg (26st)