The Woburn Low Profiling Bed can be lowered to just 220 mm from the ground, reducing the risk of harm if a patient is likely to roll out of the bed. The frame can be fully adjusted to whatever the user requires, by moving the individual sections to support all areas of the body. This bed is made from high quality materials and is a safe and dependable option.
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£1150.00 £958.33 ex VAT
About the Woburn Low Profiling Bed
If you are worried about potential injuries that can occur from falling out of a bed, then the Woburn Low Profiling Bed is specifically designed for you! The bed can be lowered to just 220 mm bringing the patient closer to the floor and therefore reducing the risk of harm.
Other key features of this bed include a high-quality control system which commands the four sections of the profiling bed. Allowing the patient complete control over how the bed sits to ensure their comfort. This bed is a dependable and practical solution for those who tend to roll out of bed, finished with a stylish wooden head and foot frame, this bed would perfectly blend into any bedroom.
Available with or without side rails.
- 4 section profiling bed
- Lowers to 220 mm from the floor
- Stylish wooden head and foot boards
- Available with or without side rails
For more information please read the product specification.
Woburn Low Profiling Bed Specification
|Mattress base size
|2000mm x 900 mm (78” to 35”)
|Maximum mattress depth
|220mm to 650 mm (8” to 25”)
|89.5 kg (14 stone)
|Maximum User Weight
|185 kg (29 stone)
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Delivery and Returns
Delivery of this product will be made directly from the manufacturer in approximately 5 to 10 working days. You can opt for the standard free delivery only option or choose to have it delivered and installed.
If you have any questions about the product or need to return it to us, in the first instance please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call our customer services department on 0800 910 1864
Please note that Royal Mail deliveries are highly likely to be affected by strike action in the next two months. This may add 2-3 days to normal delivery speeds.