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5 Best Tub Transfer Benches

Taikhum Sadiq

As the world advances, we strive to make the world safer in as many ways as possible. We use seatbelts while driving, airbags in our cars, and today there are even antilock brake-equipped cars. We wear helmets when bicycling, skiing, and rollerblading. We install fencing around pools; many people install pool alarms to know if someone falls in and invest in pool lifts for added safety.  

If we’re genuinely concerned about safety, why do so many of us forget about safety in the bathroom? Coming to terms with this, we realize we don’t want our bathrooms to look like hospital ones. But in the end, safety comes first.  

Many people have problems while moving around in the bathroom. For example, people with leg problems struggle to move from the toilet to the bathtub. This situation calls for the invention called the transfer bench.  

What are transfer benches?  

Tub transfer benches help a person quickly shift from the toilet to the bathing area. It is a convenient option for patients who find it difficult to move due to their limited mobility. These bath safety benches come in a wide range of adjustable backrests, padded commodes, and easy shift options and are slip resistant.  

5 best tub transfer benches 

1. Snap-N-Save Sliding Tub-Mount Transfer Bench With Swivel Seat And Back 

FSA Approved

Made of upgraded materials, the bench is light, strong, and sturdy. The swivel seat can turn 360° and lock every 90° for easy entry and exit from the bench while the seat glides over polished, high-strength aluminium tubes. The entry side of the bath bench mounts on most tub walls for space savings in smaller bathrooms. 

Snap-N-Save Tub-Mount Transfer Bench Highlights 

  • Rust-proof lightweight construction. 
  • Adjustable height to fit users. 
  • Molded plastic seat and back for comfort. 
  • Height adjustable legs. 
  • Sliding rail quick-release locks. 
Snap-N-Save Sliding Tub-Mount Transfer Bench With Swivel Seat And Back



2. Duralife DuraGlide Reclining A Level Glide Bath and Commode Transfer System 

FSA Approved

Designed for any standard tub, it eliminates the need for heavy bathtub aids for seniors or awkward transfers. The bathroom bench seat rolls into the tub for bathing or showering when attached to the adjustable tub rails. 

Duralife Bath Transfer Bench Highlights 

  • Adjustable back and leg extension 
  • Comes with a standard safety belt 
  • Made from the highest quality furniture grade PVC pipe 
Duralife DuraGlide Reclining A Level Glide Bath and Commode Transfer System



3. McKesson Aluminum Transfer Bench with Reversible Back 

FSA Approved

It has an A-frame construction to provide stability for up to 400 pounds. Extended bench design and slip-resistant tips ensure safer transfer from sitting into and out of the tub. The durable, blow-molded plastic bench is reversible to accommodate any bathroom. 

McKesson Aluminum Tub Transfer Bench Highlights 

  • Easy, tool-free assembly and breakdown 
  • Push-button mechanism 
  • Comes with a unique "dual column" extension legs 
McKesson Aluminum Transfer Bench with Reversible Back



4. Medline Bariatric Knockdown Transfer Bench with Back 

FSA Approved

The blown-molded transfer tub bench allows patients to enter and exit tubs safely. It is easy to assemble, lightweight, and includes non-slip suction cups and a rigid plastic back for additional stability. 

Medline Bariatric Tub Transfer Bench Highlights 

  • Easy to clean 
  • Tool-free assembly 
  • Side arm for extra stability and leverage 
  • Weight capacity 500 lb 
Medline Bariatric Knockdown Transfer Bench with Back



5. Drive Knock Down Combination Padded Transfer Bench and Commode 

FSA Approved

Comfortable cushioned commode seat and backrest, and the new aluminum A-frame construction makes the bath bench lightweight and provides additional stability. You can easily adjust the height of this bench in half-inch increments with its unique Dual Column extension legs. 

Drive Knock Down Padded Transfer Bench Highlights 

  • Offers tool-free assembly of back, legs and arm 
  • Combines a transfer bench and commode into one 
  • New pinch-free cover allows for push pins to be depressed without pinching fingers 
  • No exposed hardware to injure the patient 
Drive Knock Down Combination Padded Transfer Bench and Commode



Where to buy tub transfer bench online?  

Tub transfer benches are multi-functional and lightweight and can be used as a roll-in shower chair, bedside commode, safety rails, bath sliders, or transfer chair. HPFY offers a wide range of transfer benches from top brands. 


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