Under Bed Assist Bed Rail

(5 customer reviews)
DJMed

Great for getting in and out of bed without assistance at night. Best of all, our bed rail will fit any bed.

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Fits any bed and desired height. No need for floor supports that stub your toes in the middle of the night. Your floor stays clear and you stay supported! This is a perfect solution to ease getting in and out of bed. The bed rail is outfitted with adjustable height. Included is a secure strap that attaches to the opposite side of the bed, keeping your rail securely in place.

Easy to break down and put in a suitcase so you can take it with you. Have the same convenience while travelling as you do at home! We pride ourselves listening to you, our customer, and, our products reflect your needs.

Designed to prevent falls by helping the user to get out of the bed without using a nightstand or other furniture. Adjustable height to meet the need of almost any home bed. Will fit any size (single, twin, double, queen, king) adult bed with extendable bar that slips between the mattress and box spring. Includes strap that secures it to the other side of the bed and prevents movement of the rail.

SKU: 40400 Category:
Overall dimensionL90cm x W50cm x H55cm
Height adjustment45cm to 55cm
MaterialSteel
Package contents1x Bed assist rail
1x Guide sheet

Based on 5 reviews

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  1. J.B.G.

    Does just what it’s supposed to do: Keep’s you from accidentally rolling off your bed and functions as a hand rail for getting in and out of bed.

    J.B.G.

  2. cathyveel

    affordable

    cathyveel

  3. Kate F.

    Sturdy, functional rail for my 91 yr old Mom

    Kate F.

  4. Momsez

    I had a stroke about 8 years ago. This resulted in limited use of my left arm. For a long time I have been sleeping on the right side of the bed and used my right arm to push me up out of bed. This led to soreness in the arm from the strain. Now, I sleep on the left side of the bed with the rail at the head of the bed. It has helped a great deal; I swing my body out and pull on the rail with my right hand. my left arm acts as a pivot. my muscles are taxed differently and much less. Getting out of bed is easier now.

    Momsez

  5. Golferguy

    No drama mate.

    Golferguy

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