Bathtubs are a perpetual fixture in our bathrooms. Used for bathing, these bathtubs can increase the salvage price of the entire property. However, many disabled individuals, especially with limited lower limb mobility, find it hard to use conventional bathtubs and hence fetch personalized ones to make their bathing endeavor trouble free and convenient.
Jake Naish, an ace designer has come up with an innovative bathtub designed to make entering and exiting a bath easier and safer for those with reduced lower limb mobility. The product is up for commercial production and is finding takers in aplenty. To get a better idea, let us first understand the mechanism of the bathtub.
The water chamber of the bathtub that surrounds you causes bath to tip as it accommodate water inflow. You have to press a button on the control pad, incorporated in the bathtub, to release water from chamber into bath as soon as it attains proper bathing position. Now you can step into bath and turn 180°. To prevent any accidents, the tub comes equipped with a flat anti-slip platform. So, you can rest assured that your entry is safe.
To facilitate safe usage, the tub come with two handles on either side. You have to lower yourself onto the seat gently to eliminate chance of falling. As water fills the chamber, the bath tips back into position slowly. After attaining the perfect position, the bathtub locks into place. After enjoying a fine bath, you can come out of the bath with consummate ease.
The product is made of superior material and hence can be relied upon for form and functionality. The bathtub in question is meant for disabled people but can be beneficial for pregnant women and those with short-term disability. The price, however, is not revealed, but rest assured that it would exceed the price of the conventional bathtubs. Overall, a good buy.