BATH STEP (Item #30289)
Get a boost into the tub with the Bath Step. This slip-resistant stool is 4 inches high. If that’s not enough height, buy two and stack them for an additional 2 inches. The Bath Step has rubberized feet so it won’t slip out from under you and a textured material on the top step. Made of sturdy plastic, this step stool supports up to 418 pounds. Measures 19 3/4 x 16 x 4."
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Coping with a tall world
The Bath Step makes life much easier for a little person when traveling. Regular step stools are too high and are not wide enough to feel stable in use. The Bath Step is just right.
Exactly what I was looking for! Large enough as well as stable enough to enter an exit an extra high whirlpool tub.
A step up in the world
This is a great item. My partner suffers from Parkinson's and this gives him the added height now so he can enter the bathtub much easier. Thanks!
Amazing, magnificent, easy to use, very helpful. I bought this for my mother and she is fascinated. Very handy for the elderly.
I love the steps. I bought them AFTER I had a walk-in tub put in my master bathroom to the tune of $13,000. Then I found out that I can't use the tub because I get uti's from sitting in the hot water. Oh well, so much for a bad investment meaning the hot tub. So, the steps are a God send, and I love them. Because I am 72 and live alone, I was afraid of falling. Thank goodness for the steps!! Linda
Bath step makes a difference
We have a tub where the tub bottom surface is higher than the bathroom floor by about 2. This provides a safe way out of the tub and easier step for those with hip injuries or back problems.
I highly recommend this product if you have trouble getting in and out of your bathtub. I had tried the little stepstools you can buy at a drugstore, but the surface area is too small. This step has a larger surface and has a non-skid, water-resistant top. You can also securely heighten it by adding another bath step. I am planning on ordering 2 more to replicate the configuration in the picture. I can get much easier into my Jacuzzi bath tub, which is much higher than a regular tub. That has been a problem since my knee replacement surgery.