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Sometimes you are in the bathroom
doing something that requires you to
remain in a fixed location for an
inportant period of time. So let's say
that the door blows open, you could
get out of the shower or off the toilet
and shut the door,
or you could use
Bathroom staff is an adjustable
length plastic stand alone staff which
aids in the function of shutting and
locking doors, grabbing items and
providing toilet paper.
The bottom has stubby legs so it can
stand within arm's reach of the
shower or toilet. The other end has
what looks like a lightbulb changer
but more geared to doorknobs. Also
sharing space on the staff is a
grabbing claw, to give you things like
It is segmented twice. The segment
near the bottom is where the
adjustable length feature is and the
segment at the top comes completely
off so you can get at the toilet paper
that is on part of the shaft.
Bathroom staff can also hang on the
wall so you can be lazy and use
multiple rolls of toilet paper with out
having to take them off the staff.
Grabbing arm unscrews from the
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[krelnik, Oct 04 2004, last modified Oct 05 2004]
||Seems very much like the "reachers" that are sold to the disabled and elderly. See link.
||Yes, I'm thinking at least 8 feet
||fogfreak: straingly? stringly? strangely? staringly?
||Just so long as it doesn't have stubbly legs. I couldn't handle that. +
||The reacher is fine, but I'm also
proposing something that can turn
a knob and lock a door among
||It's ok K sra, it won't have stubbly
legs. But it also won't leave the
house, so over time it may not
||Options to include air fresheners, lights, and radio. ... also have it glow in the dark as to be a bathroom beacon during the night ... heated seats and moon roof coming soon [+]