Stay Safe, Independent, and Comfortable in the Bathroom
Trust in Carex for all of your bathroom safety needs. Our wide selection, guaranteed product warranty, and 35+ year experience make us the trusted brand for anyone looking to improve the safety of their bathroom. Our mission and reason for being are to enable our customers to live healthier, more comfortable, and independent lives.
Add 3.5" of Height to Your Toilet Seat
Raised toilet seats lower the sitting and standing height, adding adequate accessibility for those in need.
Our toilet seat riser is perfect for anyone with a weak or unstable lower body strength. It adds 3.5" of height to reduce the chances of falls and allows users to use the toilet without caregiver help.
Installs Under the Existing Toilet Seat Lid
No need to remove your existing toilet seat lid. The bath safety aid installs directly under the lid, allowing users to close the lid when finished.
Three Step Installation in Minutes
Installation is quick, easy, and painless. Unscrew your existing toilet seat lid, place the raised toilet seat raiser underneath, and screw in the included bolts. Installing the toilet seat requires no additional tools.
waited and wondered and never received this helpful appliance. i had the hip replacement last Wednesdy nd have wished i had it several times aa day..
the rollator got here over two weeks ago and i love itno news on ths item.. any comments/news?
After hip surgery my client found all toilet seats and commodes uncomfortable because they hit the wounded area. The most comfortable seat was the original toilet seat. Most of the gadgets he tried slid a bit (elevators, tall toilet seats, thick toilet seats, cushioned toilet seats, even the one on the commode, etc.). This one fit securely and could be used with the toilet seat he was used to. Also, something that is extremely important is that this seat elevator was well sealed with an easy to clean seam. Sanitizing was never a problem. Most of the others available, had seams, openings or other places germs could hide and multiply, which is Very bad in a toilet or commode seat. Some were basically impossible to sanitize but very easy to soil. . . yuck!!!! The last thing a post-op hip surgery patient needs is something breeding germs near the wound site! The bedside commode which could be used over a toilet was too upright to allow him to lean back a little. This elevator allowed the toilet seat top to lean back a little. By not using the commode, he was able to easily sit correctly and comfortably, and get up without putting his new hip joint in danger. Note: My patient did not need the arm rests of a commode with which to lift himself up because there was a sink counter (on one side) and a window sill (on the other side) of the toilet. There was a grab bar next to the other toilet in the home. Shortly after surgery he definitely needed to grab and pull/push up on something.
Oh yes. It is great
Works but a better seal on bowl would be great
Serves the purpose! I have a herniated disc in my lower back and it makes getting up and down a whole lot easier. Thank you so much!!!