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The EZ-ACCESS TILT Toilet Incline Lift, formerly the Tush Push Toilet Lift, restores independence in the bathroom and quality of life for persons with limited mobility. It is a one-of-a-kind, electric Toilet Chair Lift that safely lifts and lowers a person with the push of a button.
If you have a lift chair in the living room, then it makes sense to have a TILT Toilet Incline Lift in the bathroom. Lift Help is critical in the bathroom because it can be a more dangerous and slippery room than other areas of the home.
Because of the weakening of the muscles in the legs, patients with Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS) -- also called Lou Gehrig's Disease -- and Inflammatory Muscle Disease (IMD) have found the lift to be especially helpful in restoring independence.
The Tilt Lift is a strong, dependable machine whose design has been carefully perfected over the years. It reproduces the natural body movement of standing up by gently lifting and pushing forward at the same time.
Choose from standard or elongated toilet seat with either corded AC power or cordless rechargeable battery pack. The AC power cord is 10 inches in length and the cordless battery option requires 5 x 16 inch wall mounting space. The battery must be within 3-feet of the lift. When fully charged, a battery will provide up to 20 cycles.Features and Benefits
- Made in the USA
- Reproduces natural body movement
- Touch button control handset
- Supports slide board transfers
- Optional cordless battery option
- Removable plastic shield for cleaning
- Portable / Easy to Install
- 2 year warranty
The EZ-ACCESS TILT Toilet Lift is designed to be compatible with the vast majority of toilets, including standard and ADA toilets. To fit in the space around the toilet, it only needs 13 inches of clearance on each side of the bowl, measuring from the center of the bowl outwards.
Even in the case of custom toilet types, the TILT Toilet Incline Lift can be modified for compatibility. Call us at 1-800-397-5899 for special order compatibility.
The Tilt Lift installs easily by screwing into the holes that already exist in the toilet. When in place, the Tilt Incline Lift replaces the old toilet seat. Because it is remarkably light for a mechanical lift, the device is portable and can be taken on vacation or when visiting family.
Every unit includes a powerful motor that plugs into the wall. A model with two motors is available for patients of 350 pounds or more. Optional backup batteries are also available to ensure operation during power blackouts. The batteries recharge while the lift is plugged in and include an LCD battery charge indicator that lets you know when they're low on power.
Grab Bars and Desk Style Arms
The lift comes standard with safety grab bars. The bars are designed to automatically rise to the proper height of the user. In the down position, the bars are lower than the seat to facilitate a slide board transfer.
Optional desk style arms are also available when additional arm support is desired.
The optional elongated seat is for people who prefer a little extra support underneath. However, because of the lifting action, elongated seats are only recommended for persons 5 feet 10 inches tall or taller. The elongated seat has an open front. The standard seat has a round, closed front.
- Manufacturer: EZ-ACCESS
- AC Powered Item Numbers: TILT SMES (Elongated), TILT SMSS (Standard)
- Battery Powered Item Numbers: TILT SMDCES (Elongated), TILT SMDCSS (Standard)
- Width: 32 inches
- Width Between Arms: 20.5 inches
- Custom Width: up to 36 inches between arms
- Height: adds 3 inches to toilet height
- Weight Capacity (one motor): 325 pounds
- Product Weight (one motor): 34 pounds
- Power: 115VAC or battery
- AC Power Cord Length: 10 Inches
- Battery Cycles: Up to 20
- HCPCS Code: J-E0172
- Warranty: 2-Year
- Former Tush Push Toilet Lift Product Numbers: TP10AC, TP20AC, TP10B, TP20B)
This item is non-returnable.
Manuals and Documents
Product Overview- Tilt Toilet Incline Seat Video (3:13 minutes)
Installation Instructions- Tilt Toilet Incline Seat Video (4:19 minutes)
- Additional Information
- Community Q&A