aquala bathtub caddy
The ultimate accessory for rest and relaxation. Made from bamboo, a highly renewable resource, this expandable bathtub caddy has a built in wine glass holder and fold away book support.
Overall 28 x 8.5 x 1.5" (71 x 22 x 4 cm)
Extended length is 40" (102 cm)
Shipping charges are based on the regular retail price of all items before tax. Delivery is 6-10 business days from the order date. Custom-built furniture (i.e.: sofas) have a different shipping fee and delivery window.
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by Shawn , 2010-05-18 23:55:45.0
My wife received this a bit early, but she loves it, it is easily adjustable and had problems fitting in our Jacuzzi Tub. Thanks for helping me hit a home run!
by Sheila , 2010-05-18 23:56:03.0
A good book, a glass of wine, fragrant soap - and a handy place to put it all. Did you forget to lock the door to keep the kids out ? No problem - just leave your stuff on the tray and reach over - ahhhh now this is the life. A bit expensive - but worth it.
by Janine , 2010-05-18 23:58:29.0
My husband got this for me as a gift and it is by far one of the best gifts I've ever received. This tray is extendable with non-slip handles that pull out for easy flat storage. There's a slot for a wine glass and a flip up book support that works great for magazines or books. There's also a place for soap if you need. Love this bathtub caddy, it makes for a luxurious soak in the tub!
by Sarah , 2010-05-18 23:58:57.0
I got this for my mom so she would relax more, and she loves it! She recently broke her hand and needed to sit in a recliner and keep it elevated so she put it across the arms of the chair and it doubled as a surface for holding dinner plates and books!
Born in Santa Fe, Argentina, Luciano Lorenzatti developed his interest in design at a young age alongside blacksmith Pedro Ubelarte. In 2004 Luciano moved to Canada, where he received his Bachelor of Design from the Ontario College of Art and Design.Learn more about Luciano Lorenzatti.