Swivel Bather is now made to fit corner baths

Posted on June 1st, by editor in Caring Times. No Comments

According to Myco, the first turning bath seat was designed by Ian Cristol for his father in the early 1980s, and Myco began selling “Swivel bathers” in the UK in 1986. The company has grown considerably since then and now describes itself as a recognised supplier of quality products ­ a family run business priding itself on providing excellent service. “Over the last 15 years the Swivel Bather has earned a reputation for reliability,” says the company. “Despite many copies of our products, Myco remains the market leader in turning bath seats.” Myco says there are few, if any, products which cater for disabled or elderly people with a corner bath unit, and the company has adapted the Swivel Bather to meet this need. The new Swivel Bather for corner baths has extendable tubes which are easily adjusted to accommodate most corner baths. Each arm of the base unit can be extended from 810mm to 1,200mm and the model is also said to be suitable for very wide baths (up to 1,200mm). “Secure and comfortable to use, on

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