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Bathtub Bar - Handrail for Tub Safety - Bathroom Grab Bar

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Attaches with a knob-style locking device to tub walls up to 7" wide. Bar is equipped with rubber pads to protect tub walls. Unit is 6" wide and extends 14" above tub wall. White . Fits most standard bathtubs. Not recommended for fiberglass tubs.


Bathtub Bar Eases Getting In and Out of Tub Safely

Durable enamel-coated steel bar - sturdy heavy duty construction

Holds up to 250-lbs

No Tools Installation

Product Details:
Product Length: 20.25 inches
Product Width: 9.0 inches
Product Height: 7.0 inches
Product Weight: 6.5 pounds
Package Length: 20.25 inches
Package Width: 9.0 inches
Package Height: 7.0 inches
Package Weight: 6.6 pounds
Average Customer Rating: based on 14 reviews
Customer Reviews:
Average Customer Review: 4.5 ( 14 customer reviews )
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4 of 4 found the following review helpful:

4Check your tum side measurements before you orderJan 22, 2011
By Marge M
This product or a similar one is a must for aging parents, people with balance problems, chronic illnesses and for general safety in a wet, slippery environment.

For some people the size of an older tub might prevent this from attachng firmly. I actually had to shim the clamp to get a firm closure. I've only had to adjust it once since I intalled it for my husband who has PD.

We began using this safety bar before he had serious issues so that his body would be familiar with the kenetic motions required. I'm glad we did because he had a temporary downturn in his health and urgently needed the firm support required. It was only because his body knew how to move to the bath seat using the bar that we were able to get him in and out of the tub/shower.

Some people might prefer a bar which is perpendicular to the tub but we find that this works well and are pleased with it.

I'm not happy with the fact that I had to shim it significantly because I think a better design would have solved that problem.

4 of 4 found the following review helpful:

5Safety first!Sep 29, 2011
By Ronald Gaillot "Geek"
My wife had a hip replacement earlier this year. She was unable to even get in the bathtub for several weeks. During physical therapy, she worked at home with the therapist to enable her to enter and leave the tub safely. This bathtub bar was essential to allow her to do so safely and on her own.

We looked at several medical supply houses and then searched the internet. We finally settled on this device for quality, price, and mounting capability. We were not disappointed. I secures quickly and easily and leaves no marks on the tub. We have used it on a cast iron tub upstairs and it now resides on our fiberglass whirlpool tub in our downstairs guest suite.

My wife no longer needs this for her own use, but we moved it to the bathtub in our guestroom for use by her 79 year mother when she visits. We feel secure in its use, and it will be a permanent fixture in our home.

2 of 2 found the following review helpful:

4Excellent!Jun 22, 2013
By Sue I.
Very happy with the sturdy material. This is metal and VERY solid once attached securely. The only reason I subtracted a star is because it takes a lot of strength to tighten the handle down so that there is no wiggling and once in place it's a bit annoying if you plan to take it off the tub routinely for cleaning. Other than that this is a perfect tub rail at a very affordable price.

2 of 2 found the following review helpful:

5Fiberglass tubJan 21, 2013
By typasus3
I was concerned because what I read about these clamp on bars was that they could crack fiberglass tubs. I bought this because of the wide plate being safer to use with fiberglass. It went on easy, did not damage the tub, and is sturdy. My grandmother loves it!

2 of 2 found the following review helpful:

5Works ...Dec 06, 2009
By P. Gadsden
My father is in his 90s and ordinary things are a challenge.
This has been a major help.

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