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Costway Wall Mounted Teak Wooden Folding Shower Bath Seat Medical Bench Bathroom Stool

Item# SPM15469312024 | Model# BA7415 | Added on January 16, 2019 |
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Costway Wall Mounted Teak Wooden Folding Shower Bath Seat Medical Bench Bathroom Stool
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Description
Better shower seat, better life. Our folding shower seat can bring much convenience. Some people like seniors or pregnant women have problems bending down or standing long for shower. With it, they no longer worry about slipping on the floor. They can sit comfortably and will feel warm to lean against its wooden back. Not only does the teak wood seat make daily life easier, but it is also a nice touch in your shower. The foldaway seat is made of high quality teak wood whose surface is not sprayed with any chemical printing. It maintains natural charm, which fits for almost all kinds of bathrooms. Besides, the solid aluminum frame can support a large weight up to 330 pounds. It means that you will keep a good balance without any hazard of tilting over. When not in use, it can spring back and snugs close to the wall. Come to buy one and you can enjoy a wonderful home spa!

Features:
Ideal for bathrooms shared by people of all capabilities
Solid teak seat with aluminum mounting
large load capacity up to 350 pounds
great performance in stability and durability
Not sprayed with any painting does no harm to the body
can sit on comfortably and keep a good balance
fold-up design is pretty space saving compared to shower chairs
can be used for other various occasions like hallways or garage
Easy to install and easy to use as long as you follow the introduction, only need to drill on the wall as required.

Specifications:
Color: as picture shows
Load Capacity: 350lbs
Net Weight: 8lbs
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