Free Standing Over Bed Trapeze Pole

$359.95 Regular price $459.95
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Need some help transferring in and out of bed?  Struggling to turn over in bed? The Free Standing Over Bed Trapeze Pole will make life easier and safer.

FEATURES:

  • FREE STANDING – FITS ALL BEDS: Ultra Low Footprint 'H' base stand design means you can place the bed trapeze on the bedside or the headboard of the bed. The 'H' base fits most hospital, home-care medical, or standard beds.
  • SAFETY ASSIST: Helps with pulling up, lifting, changing position, and transferring from bed to wheelchair or other seats. Also helps to relieve pressure sores and general comfortableness relating to long periods in bed.
  • ADJUSTABLE HEIGHT: The height of the triangle grab handle can be adjusted to suit the user, getting the perfect height according to their own situation.
  • STRONG FRAME: Made with heavy-duty steel and reinforced steel corners.
  • QUALITY PRODUCT: From Icare Medical Group (NZ) - Tested to International Standards.

SPECIFICATIONS: 

  • Total Overall Height: 190cm
  • Top Rail Length: 71cm
  • Handle Adjustment from floor: 108cm to 162cm
  • Width of 'H' under bed: 75cm
  • Length under bed of 'H': 90cm
  • Maximum weight applied: 100kg
  • Colour: Charcoal

Assembly Rating

Easy – Comes flat packed ready to use.

* Bed not included!

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Harris Family
Overbed Trapeze

We are very happy with the overbed trapeze, my mother is 95 and still living at home, this aid will help keep her living independently as it makes it easier for her to get in and out of bed, and to adjust her position when she is resting. The aid is solid and secure. We found that positioning it at the side of the adjustable bed was best. Thanks for a great product, which arrived safely after a bit of follow up with the courier, as it had been delayed. I mentioned it was for my disabled elderly mother, and pronto it was delivered urgently.