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DetailsBed handle handrail is four pieces that assemble easily using snap-buttons. Handle is 20"W with a cushioned grip surface and extends a full 3' under the mattress. Height adjusts from 16" to 20" in five height positions. Fits most home beds including platform beds and waterbeds. Gold anodized aluminum tubing has a nonslip, soft, black foam grip surface. Adjusts without removal from the bed. Can be secured with buckle and strap (included) when needed. Weight: 2lbs.
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Product QuestionsIs there a weight limit. I need one that goes to 300lbs. Also will it work with a pillow top mattress that is 15 inches in height. Thanks.Question by: Gail on Aug 10, 2015 1:11:15 AMThe item has a weight limitation of 175 pounds.Answer by: Shain Gillet (Admin) on Aug 11, 2016 3:54:00 PM
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Good product but didn't fit new bed
Got new bed and didn't fit..have it for other beds and it is fine.
great product, would recommend to a friend.
Great product. Really helps my wife getting in and out of bed and rolling over.
why hurry me 01/17/2013
It works now
how can you review anything until it is used?
Great product, easy to install. Makes life easier, to get in and out of bed and to be able to turn in bed without help.
Georgia User 04/100/2011
Very easy to set up. Does a great job.
I have poor balance and need assistance getting out of and into bed. This product gives me what I need at reasonable price.
Convenience offered by Adjustable Bedside Assistant
This medical equipment allows you to set the mattress thickness according to your preference. It splits into four parts. To start with, you have to push-in snap buttons and they do their work. There are no loose parts available with this product. It has got cushion comfort to offer you. There are straps added to bed to control its position.
Adjustable Bedside Assistant Review
Being discharged from the hospital after I gave birth to my Jake, I was surprised that our bed has this bedside assistant. My mother bought it for me because she said she knew that I would find it hard to get up in the first few weeks after my CS operation. I became very comfortable using it that 3 months after that, it is still attached to my bed.