Customer Support



    Drive Splash Defense Transfer Bench w/Curtain Guard 400lbs

    C$ 237.32 Excl. tax
    In stock Available in store: Check availability

    Available in store

    This shower chair is reversible and easy to assemble without tools. It has a weight capacity of 400 lbs and an A-frame construction for stability. The bench and backrest are made of durable plastic and the pinch-free lever allows for easy adjustment. It i... Show more

    Product description


    • New "U" shape cut-out design enables the shower curtain liner to stay within the bath tub and avoiding water spillage outside onto the bathroom floor
    • Reversible to accommodate any bathroom
    • Tool-free assembly of back, legs and arm
    • Height adjusts in ½" increments with unique "Dual Column" extension legs
    • 400 lb weight capacity
    • A-frame construction provides stability
    • Durable blow-molded plastic bench and backrest
    • Pinch-free lever allows for push pins to be depressed without pinching fingers
    • Made using recycled materials


    Armrest Length11.75"
    DimensionsFits Within Tubs: Maximum Height – 15.5”, Minimum Bottom Width – 18.5”, Minimum Top Width – 23”, Maximum Edge Width – 5.5”
    Height Adjustment1/2" increments
    Height Setting (armrest to floor)27.25"
    Outside Width Between Legs33.5"
    Seat Depth16"
    Seat To Floor Height17.5” – 22.5”
    Seat Width28"
    WarrantyLimited Lifetime

    Show more


    Article number

    Show more


    0 from 5Based on 0 reviews
    Create your own review

    There are no reviews written yet about this product..

    Drive Splash Defense Transfer Bench w/Curtain Guard 400lbs
    C$ 237.32
    Excl. tax
    Drive Splash Defense Transfer Bench w/Curtain Guard 400lbs
    In stock
    Add to cart
    Compare 0

    Add another product (max. 5)

    Start comparison

    By using our website, you agree to the use of cookies. These cookies help us understand how customers arrive at and use our site and help us make improvements. Hide this messageMore on cookies »