Medical Adjustable Bed Assist Rail Handle and Hand Guard Grab Bar, Bedside Safety and Stability (Tool-Free Assembly)

December 9, 2018 - Comment

Note: Bed Assist Handle/Rail does not require both box and mattress to work. However it will work only with mattresses greater than 5 inches in height. It will not work on low/platform beds with height clearance less than 17.5″ from floor to frame. Product Features FALL PREVENTION & MOBILITY INDEPENDENCE – A safe and secure

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Note: Bed Assist Handle/Rail does not require both box and mattress to work. However it will work only with mattresses greater than 5 inches in height. It will not work on low/platform beds with height clearance less than 17.5″ from floor to frame.

Product Features

  • FALL PREVENTION & MOBILITY INDEPENDENCE – A safe and secure grip to help you get in and out of bed safely. Allow seniors, disabled individuals, pregnant women or anyone with physical limitations or injuries to get out of bed unassisted
  • SAFE & DURABLE – Heavy-duty powder-coated steel provides a strong, sturdy frame with a maximum weight capacity of 250lbs
  • SLIP-RESISTANT FOAM PADS – Slip resistant handle, foam padding, horizontal stabilizer bars and floor standing legs work to provide increased stability for user
  • MODERN DESIGN UNIVERSAL BED RAIL – Adjustable bed rail height and width allows product to fit onto any sized beds (twin, full, double, queen, king) and on either side of the bed (right or left). Modern bed rail design will blend in nicely in any bedroom. Note: Bed Assist Handle/Rail works only with mattresses > 5 inches in height. It will not work on low bed/platform bed with height clearance less than 17.5″ from floor to frame.
  • TOOL-FREE ASSEMBLY & EASY TO CLEAN – Assembles in minutes without tools. To use: simply slide under your mattress. To clean: Wipe and let dry

Comments

Anonymous says:

Works exactly as advertised. All in all, I have to say we are very happy with this purchase. The ultimate praise I can give is that every night my Dad says “What would I ever do without this?”. It looks good when inserted into the bed and feels solid.But there are two things I want people to know:1) I did not receive any instructions to assemble this in the box. To be honest, it is so simple to assemble that just the picture on the product box was all I needed to put it together. From box to bed took about 20 minutes for me. Very simple.2) When fully inserted into the bed, it seems it causes the mattress to lift up by about a 1/4″. Trust me, this is nothing big. It won’t affect the functionality at all. It all looks fine…the functionality far exceeds this little nit-pick.So absolutely, works as advertised, it feels solid and looks great. 5-Stars all the way.

Anonymous says:

Fantastic for someone having difficulty getting out of bed! My elderly father was having a difficult time getting out of bed. This has been a life saver for him. It slides far under the mattress which gives him the stability to pull on it along with the fact that the legs rest on the ground. He can’t feel it under him when laying down. The rubber on the top where he grabs gives him a secure feeling without his hand slipping and it is not large against the mattress where he grabs so he doesn’t feel that it looks bad and because of the size he doesn’t have to scoot to get around it. The price was very fair and it arrived quickly. We are extremely pleased with this product.

Anonymous says:

Good product; note minimum height to box springs is 16 inches Product is well made and serves its purpose well. My mom uses it to help her get up out of bed following a remarkable recovery from a stroke at age 89. Note that the product description needs a little help. The minimum height for the part that rests on the box springs/under the mattress is 16 inches. At that height, with the mattress, the bed is a bit too high for my mom. The product is quality, but I took off a star for the lack of information that would have been nice to have up front. A modification to lower the minimum height isn’t straightforward, but I can (and will) work something out that isn’t too hillbilly and more importantly, retains the strength and and functionality required.

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