Medline Toilet Safety Rails, Safety Frame for Toilet with Easy Installation, Height Adjustable, Bathroom Safety

December 9, 2018 - Comment

Nylon coated steel bracket attaches unit securely to the toilet while waterfall armrests provide added comfort. Product Features Handles are adjustable and rotate back to allow a wide range of comfortable and secure positions Closed cell foam armrests provide a comfortable, sure grip; Commode Compatibility:Universal Adjustable height 26″-31″ (66-74cm) accommodates standard or elevated toilet seats.

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(as of October 16, 2019 2:32 pm GMT+0000 - Details)

Nylon coated steel bracket attaches unit securely to the toilet while waterfall armrests provide added comfort.

Product Features

  • Handles are adjustable and rotate back to allow a wide range of comfortable and secure positions
  • Closed cell foam armrests provide a comfortable, sure grip; Commode Compatibility:Universal
  • Adjustable height 26″-31″ (66-74cm) accommodates standard or elevated toilet seats. Latex free
  • Easy to clean aluminum frame mounts securely onto bowl with adjustable bracket 18″-24″ (46-61cm)
  • Height Adjustment armrest to floor: 26″-31″ (66-74cm); Width Adjustment between armrests: 8″-24″ (46-61cm); Overall Depth: arm 16.75″ (43cm),at leg 12″ (30cm); Weight capacity 250lbs (114kg)

Comments

Anonymous says:

BEWARE – IT DOESN’T Fit all standard toilets as stated…and you can’t return! BEWARE – YOU CAN’T RETURN! I have a standard Kohler toilet with a slightly curved tank and this absolutely will NOT fit my toilet. I never dreamed that when I tried to return the item it said it was not eligible for return! You have got to be kidding me… Then do your shoppers a favor and let them know that BEFORE they purchase. As a long time Amazon customer who shops weekly I am totally disgusted!

Anonymous says:

I wanted to like it. I wanted to like it… but unfortunately it’s not compatable with my toilet. The toilet seat doesn’t unscrew on mine without leaving big washers that I can’t make fit with this. So I tried returning it, still totally unused, within a couple days, and apparently this item you can’t return… but it doesn’t say that on the product information page, so you can’t know that ahead of time which really irritates me.

Anonymous says:

32 years old and I have toilet rails! Broken foot approved! I severely broke my foot last week. Third day of my kids’ summer vacation. This resulted in surgery to reconstruct my entire foot. This means I am on bedrest for the next long while. bedrest! AHHH! This also means that at 32 years old, I have a shower chair, toilet rails, a wheelchair, crutches, and a really sexy stocking (ted hose) to help prevent blood clots. Do you realize how ridiculous all of this is?! To make matters even more interesting, I have back problems. So I now have lots of lovely hardware in my back AND my foot. I can’t shower without help! I needed assistance getting to and from, plus up and down from the toilet. Yes! Help to pee!! Talk about embarrassing! So my 80+ year old grandmother was here and she said that this would be so helpful for my bathroom trips. Yep. You heard me right. I am now getting bathroom advice from my 80+ year old grandmother. Good times! She was right! It is much easier to lower myself and get back up without needing my husband to follow me…

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