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Drive Seat Riser with Removable Arms
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Seat Riser with Removable Arms

  • Removable arms allow for easy transfer
  • No tools needed for installation
  • Arms feature grips for added support and comfort
$31.05 /each

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Designed for easy, tool-free attachment, this premium Seat Riser by Drive Medical is the perfect addition to any standard toilet. It includes removable arms that are moulded into the riser but can be removed without hassle. The arms also feature rubberized grips for added comfort and provide support while standing up or sitting down, while the composite construction gives the riser a contemporary look without skimping on durability. For individuals using a wheelchair, the tool-free removable arms allow for easy transfer to and from the raised toilet seat.

  • Designed for individuals who have difficulty sitting down or getting up from the toilet
  • Allows for use with existing toilet seat and lid
  • Tool-free arms measure 19.75 in. apart and can be removed or added as needed
  • Arm sleeves and receivers are made of metal for solid durability
  • Heavy-duty, moulded plastic construction offers sturdy support
  • Lightweight and portable for use in any bathroom
  • Easily attaches to toilet bowl with no tools required
  • Fits most standard toilets
  • Easy to clean
  • Seat dimensions: 13.75 in. (W) x 16.5 in. (D) x 3.5 in. (H)

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how high is actual seat?

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Informational video provided above with product images says riser elevates the seat 3.5"
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The height is 8 inches.
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Is it removable, etc. So when we have guests we don't need it on there?

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The arms are removable.
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Can this be used on the elongated type?

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This product fits standard toilets.
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is one arm removable

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can you remove one arm only
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Seat Riser with Removable Arms is rated 4.3 out of 5 by 46.
Rated 1 out of 5 by from terrible The bolts sent with this raised seat are not compatable with the original toilet seat so a toilet seat cannot be used with this raised seat. And it's wobbly when installed without a regular toilet seat. They need to provide different bolts to accomodate the way toilet seats are made now and to secure it better to the bowl. Of course it can't be returned so I'm stuck with something I can't use.
Date published: 2016-08-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Perfect fit and just the right height Our Toilets were low to the floor and the wife had a hard time getting up. This riser gave the added height needed to help her stand up. It was a better option than two new Toilets @ $100+. Just ensure you tighten it down firmly but do not over tighten you will strip the nut.
Date published: 2016-08-02
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Raised handicap toilet seat with grab bars. Easy to install and goes on quickly. We really like the grab handles.
Date published: 2016-11-23
Rated 4 out of 5 by from good for temporary use this toilet seat riser works very well for use after surgery or other temporary situation. Its not possible to clean this well even when removed so would not be good for a more permanent situation. I tried to clean it after being use for hip replacement and could not get it thoroughly cleaned for use on next hip surgery. Unfortunately had to chuck it. It does work well though and someone suggested putting something between seat and toilet so that it won't sip around. I didn't know about that and had to tighten it a couple of times. You really don't want this thing slipping around after surgery! Also, easy to install and remove.
Date published: 2016-05-30
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Would like to say that this product is very good. I like it where this riser fastens to the toile... Would like to say that this product is very good. I like it where this riser fastens to the toilet and you can use a toilet seat and lid unit with it. It doesn't go forward when my husband is getting up and the handles give him the extra security. We had an older riser that clamped to the bowl in front and just set over it in the back for over five years and it moved around and my husband lost his balance, went forward and it was not pretty. Thank you so much I would recommend this riser to anyone who has trouble getting up and down.
Date published: 2017-01-10
Rated 5 out of 5 by from 'Sure is easy to get 'on 'n off'' the "throne" now! ... 'had ordered 'elong.-t.seat' instead of '... 'Sure is easy to get 'on 'n off'' the "throne" now! ... 'had ordered 'elong.-t.seat' instead of 'round-t.seat' ... 'exchanged in store ... 'haven't yet installed the latter (Holiday Season swamped me)! ... 'noticed the left-removable arm's little 'pop-out' button to hold it in place, tends to slip out ... HOWEVER, 'believe this may be due to having to install the 'seat riser' and use it W/OUT the 't.seat' ... 'Will see what happens when I install the 't.seat' (after the Holidays) ... 'Will then be able to evaluate "Ease of Installation" as portrayed in your Online Video! So then, these two evaluations are YET PENDING ... PLUS "Ease of Cleaning"! ... if you want completion of this Review AFTER 'seat installation', please send me another request designed for me to FINISH it, won't you? Thanks ... "br" Sanders
Date published: 2016-12-31
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Difficult to find in the stores, but worth ordering online. Absolutely great product. Following p... Difficult to find in the stores, but worth ordering online. Absolutely great product. Following painful back surgery, 'She' loved having her own seat and lid and deemed this made the toilet even more comfortable than before this riser's addition. Equally importantly are the arms. They not only help in sitting and rising, but keep a person from twisting. The delivery was perfect and installation was as simple as can be with the extra length bolts included.
Date published: 2016-11-30
Rated 5 out of 5 by from durable and convenient I was able to install the raised toilet seat on my own with little trouble. The only part that was hard was working with a torn rotator cuff and trying to get the nut on under the toilet. Otherwise, all went well.
Date published: 2016-08-21
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