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    Mobility bath chairs

    Hi guys
    I was recently bought 2 chairs for my son by the grandparents who thought they were garden recliners .
    After a little research I have found that they are specialist bath chairs
    One is a tumble forms 2 starlight (72kg) and the other a smaller child’s AKVOLITO size 2 (40kg)
    My question is we’re would be the best place for me to move these on to someone who would make use of what their purpose is ?
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    Senior Member beau's Avatar
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    Try advertising them on Gumtree or Preloved. There is also Freeads. They all have sections for disability equipment and are free to advertise on.

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    Quote Originally Posted by beau View Post
    Try advertising them on Gumtree or Preloved. There is also Freeads. They all have sections for disability equipment and are free to advertise on.
    Sorry I wasn’t more precise with my opening post
    I’m not looking to advertise them for sale
    More looking to give them to an organisation (if that’s the right wording )
    To make sure a family with children can make use of them
    I really don’t mind giving them away , but not for some one too profit from

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    The Red Cross may be able to make use of them as they do loan equipment to those who need it.

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