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EZ Adjust Bed Rail by Stander
EZ Adjust Bed Rail by Stander folding, adjustable bed safety rail helps prevent falls.

EZ Adjust Bed Rail by Stander

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Arthritis Product#:AST4333
  • Easily adjusts from 26 inches to 34 inches to 42 inches after it has been placed on the bed.
  • Folds down to side of bed to allow user to get out of bed or provide space for making bed.
  • Reversible rail can be placed on either side of the bed.
  • Safety strap secures bed rail to bed frame.
The EZ Adjust Bed Rail by Stander adjustable length safety rail allows for use as both a bed rail to prevent falling out of bed or as a handrail to assist in getting out of bed. People with arthritis who need assistance to stand will find this safety bed rail provides a sturdy support.

The EZ Adjust Bed Rail easily adjusts from 26 to 42 inches wide with the push of a button. The rail folds down to side of bed and fits any home or hospital bed. In the shortened position, the rail can be used as a half-bed rail to get in-and out of bed. The rail can then be extended to a full-size bed rail at night for full fall protection. The adjustable bed rail adapts to the appropriate height for different mattress thicknesses and is reversible. A safety strap secures the bed rail to bed frame. Weight capacity 400 lbs.

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EZ Adjust Bed Rail by Stander Specifications:

  • Width of Rail: Locks in place at 26, 34 & 42 inches.
  • Height of Rail: 23 inches high from the base of mattress.
  • Gap Between Rails: 3 inches.
  • Made for Bed Type: Attaches to any home or hospital bed with included Safety Strap.
  • Weight of Product: 15 lbs.
  • Weight Capacity: 400 lbs.
  • Package Dimensions: 28 x 21 x 1.5 inches.
  • Assembly: Installs in minutes with 4 bolts and Allen Wrench (Included).

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