A small slide-out sink with hand shower sits next to the toilet. The washbasin is put together from a variety of parts:
– plastic washbasin
– washbasin sits on a piece of bent, welded and highly polished sheet metal
– telescoping track
– wall brackets
– faucet and hand shower with “off” button
– Tapwell Universal Bottom valve Pop-up
The user is extremely satisfied with the small washbasin. She uses it when she needs water to drain the bladder (with a catheter) and intestines (Peristeen), as well as to wash her hands. This sink makes it possible for her to be completely independent when going to the toilet.
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Clas Ohlson, www.clasohlson.se sells hand shower models with “off” button (last checked Maj 2017).
This tip is from 2009