Stander 30" Safety Bed Rail with Padded Pouch

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    Stander 30" Safety Bed Rail with Padded Pouch from works well as a side rail to keep your from falling out of bed and as a support bar for getting in and out of bed. Includes a bumper pad with an 8-pocket organizer pouch that is perfect for keeping handy items close by. The rail folds down and out of the way when it isn't in use. Attaches to any size home or hospital bed with included dual safety strap and at 23" high will accommodate taller pillow top mattresses. This safety bed rail is perfect for senior home care or for anyone who needs extra security and convenience in bed.

    Stander 30" Safety Bed Rail with Padded Pouch Features:

    • Bed Rail/Hand Rail – Prevents falling from bed and can be used for assistance to sit up in bed.
    • Padded Pouch– Safety bumper pad with 4 convenient pockets per side.
    • Collapsible – Rail pivots down to side of bed to allow user to get out of bed or provide space for making bed.
    • Reversible – Can be placed on either side of the bed
    • Dual Safety Strap – Secures bed rail to any sized home or hospital bed frame.
    • Width of Rail: 30"
    • Height of Rail: 23" high from the base of mattress
    • Gap Between Rails: 3"
    • Weight of Product: 12 lbs
    • Bed Type: Attaches to any home or hospital bed with included Safety Strap
    • Weight Capacity: 400 lbs
    • Assembly: Installs in minutes with 4 bolts and Allen Wrench (Included)
    • Package Dimensions: 32" L x 21.5" W x 1.25" H 12lbs

    Part numbers: 8051

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      1. on 7/20/2013, said:
      It does just what I needed--keeps me from falling out of bed. It has already saved me once in less than a week! I just have to remember to take things out of the pouches before I flip it down, or everything tumbles out. Not the worst consequence, though, and not falling out of bed on my head is much more important to me!
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