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An excellent, compact trolley that’s stylish and sturdy.
A sophisticated design!
This is the newest design from renowned Spanish trolley designers Rolser, and it’s their most compact model yet. It’s made from super-lightweight materials yet it’s still very sturdy and strong and it’s easy to use and manoeuvre. The hard-wearing fabric is washable and it opens and closes simply with a hidden, durable Velcro fastening. It has an outside pocket with a zip and a smaller pocket inside for your purse.
The Homecraft Caring Cutlery range is a set of stainless steel utensils moulded into contoured, plastic handles with built up ends. These are of value to those with a weak grip and restricted wrist or finger movement. The knives and forks have a shaped indent on the top for the index finger, to help with directional control.
The knives also have a serrated blade to assist with cutting. The knife, fork, spoon and teaspoon are available as a set. Within the range there is an angled knife and left and right-angled forks and spoons that are designed to minimise wris...Read More
This shower seat helps to provide user mobility in a confined space. The easy-to-clean plastic seat has holes to improve drainage. The seat rotates through 360° and locks into four positions.
Seat height is adjustable from 460 to 535mm (18 to 21?)
Footprint at the highest setting is 550×550mm (21 ½×21 ½?)
Maximum user weight 16 st 102 kg
The Devon Elite folding support rail has been designed to offer superb support providing the user with greater confidence, security and independence in the bathroom. Manufactured from light yet strong aluminium, the elliptical arms provide the user with the ultimate comfort and grip, whilst lowering to or rising from the toilet.
The support arms can be raised and will remain in the vertical position with the locking mechanism securing it in place. The arms are then easily lifted to release from the lock, which activates the spring mechanism that supports th...Read More