SolutionBased BathLyft Blue (Open Box)

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SolutionBased's Open Box BathLyft comes with the same warranty as a new unit. The unit may not come in the original packaging. All Open Boxes are Final Sale.

If you or your loved ones are apprehensive about getting into the tub, the BathLyft may be your solution. The BathLyft is a battery-operated bath chair that lowers and lifts the user in and out of the bathtub, reducing the strain on the user and preventing the risk of falls. The stable frame and base plate ensure the user’s stability and safety, while the padding and optimized dimensions ensure a comfortable bathing experience. The Bathlyft’s superior design allows for a backrest recline of up to 53° and lowers into the tub with a minimum sitting position of 2.75 from the bottom. The side flaps move into and out of place to create a transfer surface allowing the user even more peace of mind. The water-tight hand control floats in the tub for easy access while bathing and will provide the user with approximately 35 lifts on a single charge. The built-in safety switch will prevent use if the battery is too low to perform a full lift. The two-piece construction makes this lift easy to assemble, disassemble, store, and transport. Set-up is tool-free and ensures easy installation and operation.

Customer Reviews

Based on 504 reviews
Amazon Customer
How to return item

The product needs to be returned. My mother doesn't like it. Please advise how to do so. Thanks

I’ve had a few bath lifts

Good for the price.

Chuck priest
Looks great.

Haven't used it yet

Amazon Customer 620
Excellent lift for an adult who ends up on the floor.

Primarily purchased this BathLyft for getting my 200 pound senior citizen husband up from the floor. I viewed it on YouTube and a chiropractor was demonstrating it. It is very easy as long as the person can sit and scoot onto the BathLyft while he/she is on the floor. Then you simply push the raise button and it gets him/her to a higher position where they can use a walker or assistant to stand up. I recommend opening the box and charging the battery ( the hand controller). I did not need the chair, for my spouse, until a month after he got out of the hospital from surgery, and had just left it in a spare room, unopened in the box. Lo and behold, one afternoon he slipped right out of his recliner onto the carpeted floor. I heard a “thud” and there he was, sitting on the carpet. In the past, I have struggled getting him up. I am only a 100 pound weakling. 😳. I managed to get the controller partially quick charged within 5 minutes of plugging it into my HALO Bolt Wireless Laptop Power Bank (a great investment as well, and mine is over 5 years old, available on Amazon). I am charging the hand controller by wall socket now. My husband is happy and back in his comfortable Lazy Boy Lift Recliner.

Earlier, I had taken more time with installing the backrest hooks into the base. I thought they simply latched on; however I needed to use a little force, with the palm of my hand, and snap down one hook at a time.

Oh yes…this BathLyft has already saved me, so far, an out of pocket expense for a one time trip from EMT at $150.

I highly recommend this BathLyft! Thank you very much to the inventor and the manufacturer! I am very happy as well! 😉

Elaine Ballou

SolutionBased BathLyft Blue (Open Box)