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Drainage Urinal Jug With Bag (Male)

Drainage Urinal Jug With Bag (Male)

Beambridge AA2606
EAN: 5060469190242

£21.50 

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Description

Drainage Urinal Jug With Bag (Male)

Made from soft moulded plastic with a contoured handle for grip, this urinal is convenient to use and easy to keep clean. There is an outlet moulded into the end for connection into a drainage bag, making it especially useful for men who require continual emptying of there urinal
 
The tap to the drainage bag is operated by a simple push button. May be cleaned using a mild detergent or will withstand heat sterilisation in a bedpan washer.
 
Specifications:
  • Length: 270mm (10½")
  • Width: 100mm (4")
  • Capacity of bag: 2 litres (3½ Pints)
  • Replacement bags are available pack of 10.

Mfg Info

Manufacturer: Beambridge

Model code: AA2606

Barcode / EAN: 5060469190242

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by Karl A

Review:
This really works...My father can get A good night sleep now...Thanks and All the Best.

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by Christopher E

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On the whole the Drainage Urinal Jug is very useful, though the urine drain away does not always drain properly . This could possibly be due to not having enough gravity from my bed for a down ward flow. Having said that my bed is positioned on a good slanted tilt. Sometime there is a good positive drain away with no problem and with my bed being in the same tilted bed scenario. So it does seem there is no certain reason why the drain away works better on one occasion and not well another time. Personally I suggest that if the exit orifice from the urine bottle was set at slight tilt downward from the base the of the bottle it might encourage the gravity aspect better.

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