Vive Health Stand Alone Toilet Rail
The Vive Health Stand Alone Toilet Rail provides greater stability in the bathroom and minimizes the risk of slips and falls when sitting or standing.
Note: Not suitable for low profile toilets
- Fits around most standard or elongated toilets or at a sink or vanity
- Tool-free installation utilizes the existing seat bolts with no drilling or cementing required
- No need to attach to the floor or wall, making it easy to remove
Padded hand rails
- Padded foam handrails are easy to grasp and extra secure
Easy to assemble
- The corrosion-resistant frame snaps together easily and installs in seconds
- Rails can be adjusted between 21.5” to 26.5” wide and 26” to 31.5” in height for a customized fit
- Lightweight, durable aluminum frame safely supports up to 300 pounds
- Length: 21.5″ – 26.5″
- Width: 19.5″
- Height: 26″ – 31.5″
- Bracket size: 11.5″ x 3″ x 1.5″
- Lightweight and corrosion-resistant aluminum
- Single freestanding rail
- Lifetime warranty
- Wipe down with a wet cloth and a mild soap or disinfectant
- Air dry
Frequently Asked Questions
Who is the stand alone toilet safety rail recommended for?
The safety rail is perfect for anyone who has limited mobility or is recovering from surgery or injury. This includes those who are elderly or disabled.
What are the dimensions of the stand alone toilet safety rail?
The safety rail is 26.5” long, 19” deep and 25.5” high.
How wide is the space between the handrails?
There is 21” inside the handrails.
How high are the handrails?
The handrails are 25.5” high.
What are the dimensions of the magazine holder?
The magazine holder is 8.5” x 7.5” x 2”.
Is the magazine holder removable?
Yes, the magazine holder can be hung on one of the handrails and is completely removable.
Will the stand alone toilet safety rail fit around an elongated toilet bowl?
Yes, the safety rail will fit around most toilet bowls including an elongated style.
Are tools needed to assemble the stand alone toilet safety rail?
No tools are needed to assemble.
How many parts does the toilet safety rail come in?
The parts list includes:
- 2x frames with armrests
- 2x U-shaped support bars
- 1x magazine basket
- 8x hand knob screws
How do I install the stand alone safety rail?
Once fully assembled, place the safety rail up against the toilet so that the handrails are on either side of the toilet. Refer to instructional video above.
How much weight will the stand alone toilet safety rail support?
The safety rail will support up to 300 pounds.
How sturdy is the stand alone toilet safety rail?
The safety rail is constructed with safe, durable and strong aluminum that can support up to 300 pounds.
Is the stand alone toilet safety rail sturdy enough for long term use?
Yes, the aluminum frame is corrosion-resistant making it perfect for long term daily use.
Will the stand alone toilet safety rail work around a tub?
No, this rail was designed to fit around a toilet or sink, not a tub.
Does the bottom rail stick out past the toilet bowl and become a tripping hazard?
No, the bottom support rail should tuck right up against the base of the toilet and will not impede your footing.
Can the bottom rails be placed behind the toilet bowl?
No, the bottom support rails should tuck right up against the front of the toilet. When placed correctly, it should not impede your footing at all.
Is there latex in the padded handrails?
No, there is no latex in the foam padding.
If I put weight on only one side of the stand alone toilet safety rail, will it move or flip?
It’s best to use both sides at once for complete security.
Is the height of the stand alone toilet safety rail adjustable?
No, the height is not adjustable.
Will the stand alone toilet safety rail slide on a tile floor?
The safety rail is strong and sturdy enough to stay secure on any floor. For added security, your could add weatherstripping to the bottom of the rails.
Will the stand alone toilet safety rail work to get up from a couch?
No, this rail was designed to fit around a toilet or sink, not to use to get off a couch.
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