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Portable Mangar Bathing Cushion

October 02, 2014

The peaceful solitude of your bath, the smell of an aromatic oil, and your favorite music in the background can be just the thing after a long day.

While unwinding, the warm water can also offer physical comfort for the symptoms of many conditions. Conditions such as arthritis, headaches, muscle tension, back pain and even some skin conditions.

Soaking in warm water relaxes tight soft tissues around your joints by increasing blood flow to your skin and outlying parts of the body.

The water’s heat can even help your body reduce pain by increasing the levels of certain hormones or endorphins in your body.

A pleasant bath has also been found to reduce one’s blood pressure and improve circulation. And it's no surprise that surrounding oneself in warm water can help to reduce stress.

Unfortunately, it is not easy for everyone to get in and out of the bath tub.

For those who find it difficult, the Mangar Bathing Cushion and Archimedes Bath Lift are a low cost option to practice the original form of hydrotherapy.


The Mangar Bathing Cushion

Provides a portable, versatile, and fuss free option for all of your bathing needs.

Lightweight Mangar Bathing Cushion with CompressorThe inflatable Bathing Lift Cushion is lightweight and can be tucked away easily. This is especially important if you need to share the bath with others in your household. Once you have pressed the hand control’s button, you will slowly and gently be lowered into your bath.

Once you have come close to reaching full deflation, you can release all of the cushion’s air. This allows you to lie back and fully relax so that your entire body is covered with water, just like a normal bath!

But, you can also leave just a little bit of the cushion’s air in it for a comfortable back rest.

The Mangar Portable Bath Lift Cushion is the ideal solution if you still have reasonable upper body stability. But, If you’re upper body’s stability can be a challenge the Archimedes Bath Lift is the solution.


The Archimedes Bath Lift

The Archimedes Bath Lift provides stable back support while being lowered and raised from the bath.

Making it very easy and safe to relax and take the weight off of your joints.

The lightweight, battery powered lift chair provides the comfort of a high backrest and a long seat while still maximizing your leg room.


Affordable Alternatives to A Walk-In Bath

Walk-in baths can cost thousands of dollars as well as additional steep costs for their installation.

Even after the thousands of dollars you cannot remove the costly walk in bath and take it with you on a trip. The Mangar Bathing Cushion simply rolls into itself for easy storage or travel. While the Archimedes Bath Lift’s stabilizing suckers features a unique release system preventing your from having to release the 4 suckers one by one.

Also, a walk in bath prevents other members of the house hold or visiting family guests a traditional bath or in some cases use of the above head shower.

If you or someone in your care is facing difficulty getting in and out of the bath, look no further than our two affordable walk-in bath alternatives. We would be happy to help you choose the solution that is best for you. Please do not hesitate to contact us at 888-940-0605 or at


2 Responses


March 03, 2015

Unfortunately the portable bath cushion is only available in the light blue color.


March 02, 2015

Does the mangar cushion come in white or any other color. Blue is the one color that won’t go in my bathroom. Do they ever go on sale?

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