The dignity of using the bathroom yourself. If you have trouble standing from a seated position and don't want to get stuck on the toilet, a basic Dignity Lift is the perfect affordable solution. With the push of a button, this electric lift brings you to your feet with a slow and steady boost so you don't need to call for help.
The Basic Dignity Lift will work in many bathrooms. With a width of 23 7/8" and a depth of 27", it will fit in the toilet nook of many bathrooms. The basic Dignity Lift can be used with toilets with bowl heights of 16 inches up to 18 inches with adjustable feet. The lift raises the back of the toilet seat 9 inches. Typically the lift begins at 18" and ends at 27" tall.
The basic Dignity lift works when plugged into a GFI circuit plug in the wall (bathroom circuits require this to prevent shocks). If you have a plug near your toilet, maybe one you use for a blow dryer or shaver, that will work. Do not run an extension cord from a different room to power your Dignity Lift. Outlets outside the bathroom are not safe for applications that are close to water. If you don't have good access at the toilet to electricity, you should consider our Deluxe Toilet Lift it has a rechargeable battery that only needs to be charged once per month.
Fits almost everyone
The Dignity Lift also works for most people with a user weight capacity of 300 lbs. and a seat width of 20 inches. The dignity lift raises you up 9 inches from a seated position (measured at the rear of the seat) to put you back on your feet safely. It takes less than 30 seconds to go from bottom to top and it travels the same safe speed going down. This steady pace avoids light-headedness and allows your legs to loosen up if they became stiff from sitting.
Installing a Dignity Lift is as easy as removing your current toilet seat and putting the Dignity Lift in its place. The lift is a bit heavy for stability so make sure your installer can life 50 pounds.
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Here are some of the measurements and specifics.
- Weight Limit : 300 pounds
- Seat Width: 20 inches
- Depth: 27 inches
- Width : 24 inches at the rear, 25 inches at the front.
What Makes the Dignity Lift different:
Everything! Most elevated toilet seats are stationary and while they do give a boost, a lot of strength is still required to get up. The Dignity lift gives you the boost you need when increased height just isn't enough to be independent.
Why I like the Dignity Lift
Most accidents in the home happen in the bathroom and the Dignity Lift gives the gentle boost needed to get up slowly. The increased time sometimes needed on the commode can make the legs weak and numb making it even harder to get up than from a normal chair. The Dignity lift takes that worry away.
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