Stander BedCane – Adult Home Bed Safety Rail & Handle + Height Adjustable Elderly Standing Assist Aid & Pouch

December 9, 2018 - Comment

The Stander BedCane is a one of a kind bedside safety handle that allows its users to transfer in and out of bed safely. The ergonomic, no-slip handle provides a low profile, comfortable grip and is adjustable in height for maximum comfort. The wooden platform provides a strong and steady hold for safety and peace

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The Stander BedCane is a one of a kind bedside safety handle that allows its users to transfer in and out of bed safely. The ergonomic, no-slip handle provides a low profile, comfortable grip and is adjustable in height for maximum comfort. The wooden platform provides a strong and steady hold for safety and peace of mind. The BedCane comes with a bonus organizer pouch to help keep valuables close by during the night. The BedCane also comes with a safety strap that attaches to the bed frame for additional stability. It’s perfect for most home and adjustable beds.Rail Width- 15 inches, Base Dimensions- 23 inches x 19 inches, Weight of product- 12 pounds, Weight Capacity- 300 pounds, Made for Bed Type- Attaches to any home or many adjustable beds with included Safety Strap, Assembly- Installs in minutes with 3 bolts, Package Dimensions- 25 inches x 19 inches x 2 inches, Case Dimensions- 4/case, 25 inches x 19 inches x 8 inches 49 pounds, Fits Mattress Size Of- 11 inches – 16 inches

Product Features

  • Attaches to most home and adjustable beds with included safety strap
  • Ergonomic padded assist handle provides assistance getting out of bed
  • 4-pocket organizer pouch to store small items
  • Reversible standing handle to be placed on either side of bed. Portable
  • Easy Installation with bamboo base board placed between mattress and box spring
  • Height adjustable 19″-22″; Weight capacity: 300 lbs

Comments

Anonymous says:

Almost perfect Got this product today. Is as advertised except, site says will fit mattress up to 20 “. However, the box says 16”. Now, it went together pretty easy but it wobbly because i could not tighten screws any tighter. Didnt use strap cause i cannot lift mattress but after putting it underneath, it was stable. Downside is of course it does not reach over the mattress. The top of handle is just even with top of mattress but loose enough i can get hand around it ti steady myself. Had to remove storage envelope so i can grasp tho. Not perfect, but would be if reached higher.

Anonymous says:

OK, rocky start, missing part First of all, everything worked out OK and the device seems to live up to the press. But that happy outcome is no thanks to whomever packaged this for shipment. The necessary Allen wrench was missing, which prompted a trip back home to get my own set. OK, fine. Then, the part into which the upright bar must be inserted was jammed far too tight. I had to pry it open with the hind end of a claw hammer to fit the upright in. Once that was done, everything went OK, but just. With the widened opening, the tightening screws just barely got enough of a thread-hold to pull the collar tight. Otherwise it would have been another trip to get pliers. Agaon. the device seems adequate to the task and, once the problems were surmounted, went on easily enough. View the installation video on the product page.

Anonymous says:

VERY POOR QUALITY CONTROL It seems simple enough. A piece of wood and a metal cane that attaches to the wood. What could go wrong? I think it is overpriced anyway, but that’s not what this review is about.I bought this for my mother-in-law who after an operation needed a product like this to help her get out of bed. When it arrived at my house, before my wife was going to bring it to her mother, I decided to open the box and put it together so she could just put it under her mattress. That’s where the problem began.I’m thinking that a lot of older people with issues will just order this, put it together with the screw and push thru bold and be done with it. I couldn’t get the screw or bolt thru the cane part because the holes were off-line. If I removed the cane and just put the screw or bolt thru the 2 holes on the metal brackets, I could see that the screw slopped downward and not straight across, which is why I couldn’t get the screw and bolt thru the cane part, they needed to be…

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