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Raised Toilet Seats

FreeshipRaised toilet seats are designed to make it easier for limited mobility patients to sit. Toilet seat risers come with either arms or no arms depending on how much help you need. We have them both right here.

Drive Medical Premium Toilet Seat Lifter

Premium seat lifter with removable arms and rubber...


was $57.13

Raised Toilet Seat With Arms By Drive

This elevated toilet seat by Drive Medical fits mo...


was $79.98

Raised Toilet Seat with Tool Free Removable Padded Arms

Raised Toilet Seat with Tool Free Removable Padded...


Raised Toilet Seat with Detachable Arms by Nova

The Raised Toilet Seat with Detachable Arms by Nov...


Raised Toilet Seat With No Arms 5"

Raised toilet seat with lock, 5". Unique contour d...


Standard Raised Toilet Seat

Safely and securely raises the seat height up to 6...


Padded Raised Toilet Seat

Cushioned toilet seat riser. Easy to clean! Provid...


Raised Toilet Seat by Carex

Raised Toilet Seat 5" H x 15" W x 16" D, 300 lb We...



Elongated Toilet Seat Riser by Carex

Carex elongated toilet seat riser fits on a all el...


was $44.43

Raised Toilet Seat By Drive

This elevated toilet seat by Drive Medical fits mo...


E-Z Lock Raised Toilet Seat by Carex

E-Z Lock Raised Toilet Seat with Arm Rests is ligh...


Elevated Toilet Seat with Removable Padded Arms

Raised toilet seat from Drive Medical. Locks secur...


Elongated Raised Toilet Seat by Nova

The Elongated Raised Toilet Seat by Nova bolts dir...


Safe Lock Raised Toilet Seat by Carex

4-1/4" H x 16-1/2" W x 16-5/8" D, Weight Capacity:...



Essential Medical Toliet Seat Riser

Riser easy to install raising seat by 3 1/2 " in s...


The Benefits of Buying an Elevated Toilet Seats
It isn't uncommon for normal day-to-day routines we all tend to take for granted to become more of a challenge as we grow older. These things include walking around, going to the bathroom and even sleeping. We go to work, run our errands, hit the gym, and take our children to playdates or various sporting events or other school activities without thinking much of it these things. That is, until we get older. Because there are various medications to aid individuals with sleeping and devices to aid with walking, we're going to discuss toilet seat risers and how they are beneficial to elderly individuals.

Many people are under the assumption that toilet seat risers are made specifically for the elderly, but this is a misconception. Despite the fact that toilet seat lifters are primarily used by the elderly, many tall people purchase them so their toilets can be brought to the perfect height. Many individuals have issues with posture, and elevated toilet seats can help resolve this issue by making using the bathroom simpler. Young people do not view this as a problem, but it does become more and more of an issue as people grow in age.

Specific Benefits of Buying Toilet Seat Risers
  • Cost Effective: toilet seat risers are not expensive, making them an affordable option for individuals in need. For those who are unable to comfortably sit on their toilet seats, they can simply purchase an elevated toilet seat and install it on their toilet.
  • Simple to Use: this product is simple to use for the elderly, as well as the caregivers helping them. In addition to being easy to use, their installation is simple as well. The majority of toilet seat lifters available have simple installation instructions caregivers can follow.
  • Simple Clean-up: many users of an elevated toilet seat will wash them off in the shower. However, they clean up just as easily as a traditional toilet seat lid for those who do not want to or are not able to exercise the shower option.
Where to Find Toilet Seat Lifters
For those who really need a toilet seat lifter, they are easy to find either online or in drugstores. Many discount supercenters also carry them in their pharmacy sections. Be sure to measure your toilet to ensure the toilet seat riser you choose fits the toilet you are using, otherwise it will become a safety issue. Some physicians recommend toilet seat lifters that do not have rails because, once too much weight is placed upon the rail, it will cause elevated toilet seats to fall over. This is a potential safety risk, as well, and creates a hazard in the home.