Adjustable Bathroom & Shower Seat

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  • Adjustable Bathroom & Shower Seat Adjustable Bathroom & Shower Seat
  • Gently shaped seat with built in hand holds provides the user with extra stability when sitting down or standing up from the seat
  • Lightweight yet sturdy shower seat with adjustable height
  • Slip-resistant rubber feet help to keep the seat in place once positioned
  • Corrosion-resistant aluminium legs with easy to clean moulded plastic seat
  • Folds away flat for neat storage when not in use
  • Suitable for users up to 100kg/220lbs/15st 10lbs
475-510 x 498 x 495mm (HxWxD)



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475-510 x 498 x 495mm (HxWxD)

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Inspiration & Advice

For most people, washing themselves is an automatic routine and is often taken for granted. However, Croydex understand that showering can be a difficult task for elderly people and individuals with mobility issues.

Croydex also understand that people don’t want their entire bathrooms converted permanently into somewhere that only works for them.

Having a bit of extra support can be a huge benefit for people more prone to slips and slides in the shower. Grab Bars attach to the wall and provide the perfect solution for extra confidence and stability when showering.

Combining function and style, Croydex Grab Bars come in a variety of shapes and designs and include concealed fixings so they can easily blend in to any bathroom.

Shower seats are always smart choices if you want to remove barriers to freedom in the bathroom. Whether it’s a Modular Shower Stool with back and arm supports, or a Fold Away Shower Seat that tucks away neatly when not in use – Croydex has something to suit everyone’s needs.

Bathing aids have come a long way in the past five to ten years, meaning that making your bathroom mobility-friendly can be as simple as some new accessories that make life that little bit easier, while also keeping your bathroom stylish and contemporary.
Making a bathroom accessible for all is not a case of having to forgo style for practicality.

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