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MST585 Stander Mobility Bed Rail
MST585 Stander Mobility Bed Rail

Mobility Bed Rail by Stander

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Bed rail and transfer handle for getting in and out of bed, helpful for preventing nighttime falls.
Product ID: MST585
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The Mobility Rail by Stander is made for both transferring in and out of bed and preventing accidental nighttime falls. The rail is ideal for people who need additional support for transferring from a bed to a wheelchair.

The Mobility Rail is a half-size bed rail with a mobility arm that pivots out to provide extra support when getting in and out of bed. The legs extend to the floor, increasing the stability of the rail and mobility arm. The support rails are secured between the mattress and bed frame with anti-slip grips. An ergonomic cushion on the handle helps to provide a comfortable grip. The Mobility Rail also has a 4 pocket organizer that users will find helpful for storing personal items. The rail supports up to 300 pounds and is height adjustable, allowing it to work for most traditional home beds.

Stander Mobility Bed Rail Specifications:

  • Height adjustment from floor to top of handle: 31 inches - 44 inches.
  • Height adjustment from mattress base to top of handle: 17.5 inches - 22.5 inches.
  • Rail width: 18 inches.
  • Height range from floor to horizontal support structure under mattress: 13.5 inches - 21.5 inches.
  • Depth of horizontal support structure under mattress: 20 inches.
  • Weight of product: 10.5 lbs.
  • Weight capacity: 300 lbs.
  • Made of: Steel frame with durable powder coat finish.
  • Includes: 4 pocket organizer.
  • Bed Types: Attaches to most traditional home beds; not intended for us on adjustable beds.
  • WARNING: Important information for California residents

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