Medline Transfer Bench with Back

By: Medline
Walmart #: 552290898
Medline Transfer Bench with Back
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This durable bench ensures an easier bath by helping transition from a wheelchair to the tub.

About this item

Transferring patients safely from the wheelchair into the bathtub is made easy with the Medline Transfer Bench with back. Perfect for tubs up to 11" to 21" deep, this transfer bench is designed in such a way that two wide base suction-cup legs fit inside the bathtub and the other two rugged aluminum legs are placed outside the tub for a perfect balance. This bathroom bench allows you to adjust the back rest for added stability. The holes on the seat help drain down the water. As this Medline shower bench features a strong anodized aluminum frame, you can be assured of its improved performance for years to come. The height of the frame can even be adjusted from 16.5" to 21.5" in 1" increments for added convenience.

Medline Transfer Bench with Back:

  • Durable, blow-molded, plastic bench
  • Weight capacity: 300 lbs
  • Tool-free (push button) assembly for the back
  • Wide base and suction cup tips on two legs in tub offer extra stability and safety
  • Direction of seat can be easily reversed without tools
  • Anodized aluminum frame adjusts in 1" increments
  • Seat height ranges from 16.5 in. to 21.5 in.
  • Holes on the seat
  • Fits tubs 11" - 21" deep
  • Specifications

    Shipping Weight (in pounds): 4.0
    Product in Inches (L x W x H): 9.0 x 34.0 x 22.0
    Assembled in Country of Origin: USA or Imported
    Origin of Components: USA or Imported
    Walmart No.: 552290898

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    Customer Reviews | 306 reviews | 4.6 out of 5

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    306 reviews | 4.6 out of 5

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    Customer review by SMJS

    5.0 stars by SMJS

    This chair was for an 88 year old and has worked out perfect! She can now shower with no problem of falling.

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    Would recommend to a friend? Yes
    Age:55 - 64
    Ownership:2 - 7 weeks
    Usage:Every few days
    A very helpful and safe product

    Customer review by STLDaughter

    5.0 stars by STLDaughter

    I purchased this transfer bench for my elderly parents who were having trouble getting in and out of the bath tub. Their PT recommended getting a transfer bench. Those at the medical equipment stores are much more expensive (up to twice as much or more). This bench is very sturdy and safe. My father who has spinal stenosis was able to sit down, lift his legs into the tub, and scoot over with no assistance. He was so proud! For my mother who prefers to stand in the tub and shower, this bench provides a safe method for her to get in and out and still leaves enough room for her to stand and take a shower. Also, purchased and installed a grab bar to help with that. We are very happy with this equipment.

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    St. Louis
    Would recommend to a friend? Yes
    Age:45 - 54
    Ownership:2 - 7 weeks
    Usage:Every few days
    Excellent bench for the price!

    Customer review by Chuck893

    5.0 stars by Chuck893

    This is a solidly built, basic transfer bench for someone who cannot stand in the shower or tub but still has some mobility and upper body strength. It does not have a sliding seat or anything sophisticated, but for a patient who can assist in his/her own movement it is excellent, and a real bargain. It is intended for use inside a regular bathtub, but is more useful in more situations than a simple shower chair, which assumes that a patient can use both legs to climb in. If a patient cannot use at least one leg, being able to sit down outside the tub and lift the legs over is ideal, but many of these benches are pretty pricey. This one does the job at a bargain price. The half that goes inside the tub has a pair of large suction cups on the legs to anchor it. The grab handle is solid and angled slightly away from the body so that the patient is not cramped up against it. The legs are adjustable up or down, and the back is both removable and reversible, all for maximum utility.

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    Madison, WI
    Would recommend to a friend? Yes
    Age:65 or older
    Ownership:2 - 7 weeks
    Usage:Every few days
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    by an anonymous customer 4/25/2012
    • NO, you cannot move the handle/grab-bar from one side to the other. Those who answered "Yes" are incorrect. There are slots to insert the grab bar posts on ONLY one side, the side on which the backrest slots are located.
      by pinkees4/6/2015
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    • Yes
      by KimfromOhio5/23/2014
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    • Yes, it works for tubs on the left or right side, with shower head configurations on either side.
      by Summer6222/24/2015
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    • You can decide what way to put the chair back in so the the handle would be on the other side.
      by Oliesmom1/9/2015
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    • No, the handle stays on one side but the back can move to either side.
      by jolieheb2/6/2015
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    • It is easy to pull the seat back off and install it on the opposite side of the bench. That makes the handle to to the other side.
      by GreatfulDaughter2/24/2015
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    • Yes
      by Deaconmom1/22/2013
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    • Yes, easily
      by reginaT1/22/2013
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    • yes you can
      by MissC611/22/2013
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    • Yes you can change the handle to either side. This is one of its benefits. I know this because upon first assembling mine the handle was placed on the wrong side. It was easily corrected.
      by CareBear7301/9/2015
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    by an anonymous customer 10/13/2010
      by ASIANDLITE111/1/2014
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    • My moms bathtub used to have sliding glass doors but they were removed long ago. This bench would not fit in her tub because of the way the tub sides slanted. Also the toilet was too close to the tub to be able to use the bench properly. I hope this helps in some way.
      by Dhurd8/4/2013
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    • depending on how wide the opening would be, I would say no. My mom's had a sliding shower door and we had to remove them to allow for her legs to swing over the side of the tub. Her door opening was approximately 30 inches.
      by pittsburghpenguinsfan8/4/2013
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    • I would not reccomend using this product with a sliding door.
      by MyHusbansWife8/4/2013
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    • You could not shut the door.
      by AuxiliaryBill12/5/2011
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    • The bench will fit but I am not sure you will have enough room for the person to fit his legs into the tub area.
      by An anonymous customer11/20/2014
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    • The way the transfer bench is made, you should be able to use with a tub that has a slding door as long as the seat/bench area is raised high enough to clear the track that holds the sliding door. The unit comes with adjustable legs all around. The incremental adjustments are about 1/4" apart. I would see no problem with using this unit in your particular situation.
      by FrequentShopper20118/23/2011
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      by deb05045612/5/2011
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    • You would have to be a contortionist to do so and most users would not have that flexibility. I would remove the sliding doors before using. Also purchase a hose and spray head that can be attached to the tub faucet.
      by aggart8/23/2011
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    • I don't think so...we had to take down the shower doors, and then it was a breeze...
      by Nonnie1228/23/2011
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    by an anonymous customer 2/22/2012
    • I agree. You can't really close the shower curtain with this product half-way out of the tub. You would have to have a hand-held sprayer and use it carefully.
      by GreatfulDaughter12/11/2014
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    • I could not find a way to use the shower curtain effectively. I just put a bunch of towels down on the floor first.
      by HBunny12/11/2014
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    • Yes it might, but I have found that by placing a towel on the outer part of the seat (the part on that hangs over the outside of the tub) it eliminates the water from soaking the bathroom floor. Also make sure the shower curtain liner is placed inside the tub (part closest to the faucet). By doing both of these things there should not be a problem.
      by CareBear73012/11/2014
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    • I put the shower curtain on the bench and drape the ends down into the tub. I don't have any water leakage this way.
      by gotanewhip2/10/2015
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    • We place shower curtain on outside edge & use a hand held shower head. We have not had any problems with water getting on floor because hand held shower head is aimed away from edge of tub.
      by LinedancerNC2/10/2015
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    • I thought the same thing, but I actually pull the shower curtain liner up over the bench and place it slightly under my leg and make sure the rest of the liner is pulled down in the front and back of the great, no water ever touches the floor!
      by BabyBlues3612/11/2014
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    • It IS going to get wet.
      by ScooterTramp12/11/2014
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    • Patient just "tucks in" cuartain around end of chair. Once in a while the floor gets a little wet, but generally not
      by Tgrmom1/2/2013
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    • Use a hand held shower head
      by fire38362/10/2015
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    • I cut a piece out of the clear liner from the floor to the chair itself, the rest I left long. I have a regular shower curtain on the outside. works great.
      by Katharoy2/22/2015
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