Thirty-inch bathroom grab bar. Supports up to 300 pounds. Flip-up design is ideal for smaller spaces. Durable stainless steel construction Complies with ADA specifications. Attractive finish. No trip hazards. Can swing out of the way.
To attach all four corners to a wall stud, you will likely need to take out some drywall and install extra wood bracing .
Comes with soft, padded handles for comfort. Adjustable width between handles, from 16.5 to 19.5 inches. Weight capacity of 300 pounds. No legs to get in the way and create a tripping hazard. Lets you pull walker right up to the toilet.
Limited width, so be sure to measure space and body width before ordering.
Freestanding design allows safety rail to be used at the toilet or sink. No installation necessary. No trip hazards. Tool-free assembly. Provides safe support while sitting or standing. Adjusts from 27 to 33 inches. Weight capacity is 300 pounds.
Can tip if user does not grip and exert equal pressure on both sides. Not ideal for users with partial paralysis.
Freestanding design to fit standard and elongated-seat toilets. Padded armrests for comfort. Tool-free assembly. Width between arms is 21 inches. Arm height is 25.5 inches. Weight capacity of 300 pounds. Magazine rack. Good for surgery recovery.
No rubber feet on bottom to prevent slipping, but this is easy to add at home.
Mounts securely to bowl with adjustable bracket. Handles are adjustable and rotate for a variety of comfortable, secure positions. Height adjusts to fit standard or elevated seats. Anodized aluminum tubing with rubber-tipped legs. Weight capacity of 250 pounds.
Cleansers, urine, and even water can pit the aluminum bracket. Not good for shorter users.
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