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AquaLift Bath Lift is manufactured by Columbia Medical for people who have difficulty getting in and out of the bathtub. The AquaLift Bath Lift folds flat for storage, yet fits into any standard bathtub when fully assembled. Suction cups are used to keep the bath lifter in place. Flexible, the AquaLift Bath Lifter reclines to a 30-degree angle, with a tilt-in-space action. This tilt-in-space action allows the bath lift to stop reclining in any position. The AquaLift is powered by a 12V battery housed in a tough ABS case. The battery is designed to prevent the AquaLift BathLifter from lowering unless there is enough power to return the chair up.
Features & Benefits
- Low voltage 12V smart battery lifts up to 300 lbs.
- Safety mechanism prevents the chair from lowering when there is not enough power to fully rise after use.
- Suction cups keep lifter from sliding.
- Back reclines and seat tilts.
- Side flap for easy lateral transfer
- Easy-to-use soft-touch control.
- Battery charger.
- Latex and silicone free.
- Easy to use soft-touch control.
- Provides for easy transfer in and out of tub.
- Easy to operate.
- No installation or tools required.
- Fits most bath sizes.
- Provides better positioning.
- Highly portable.
- Easily disassembles for storage or travel.
- Product Number: 8100.
- Width: 15 inches.
- Length: 33.5 inches.
- Height: 33.5 inches.
- Weight: 30 lbs.
- Weight Capacity: 300 lbs.
- Seat Depth: 15 inches.
- Seat Width: 14.5 inches.
- Seat Height: 2-16 inches.
- Back height: 30 inches.
- Application: Bath Lift.
- Battery Specification: 12v @ 4 amp hours.
- Lifts Per Full Charge: Approximately 6 lifts with an average of 165 lbs.
- Manufacturer: Columbia Medical.
- Brand: AquaLift.
- Warranty: 1 year.
AquaLift Accessories (Special Order Items - Call 800-397-5899)
- Soft Cover, #8100P-16
- Positioning Belt, #8835
- Head Support, #8100P-12
- Lateral Support, #8100P-13
- AquaLift Bath Lift User Instructions includes safety tips, setup, care and operating instructions.
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