Assista-Rail™

Illustration of the AssistaRail inserting between the boxspring and mattress
Illustration of the AssistaRail inserting between the boxspring and mattress
AssistaRail installed on a bed
Man sitting up in bed, putting a book into the pouch on his bedrail

Assista-Rail™

Reviews

4.4/5
Rated 4.4 out of 5 based on 5 ratings

Always in reach.

Getting into and out of bed, rolling over or moving around in bed can often require a helping hand. The Assista-Rail provides secure in-bed support and it installs in minutes – no tools required!

Product Features

It’s in the bag.

Convenient bed side organizer keeps your magazines, books and tablet close at hand.
Woman who just used the AssistaRail to sit up from bed

Installs in minutes.

Fits between the boxspring and mattress, and secures to the frame with a safety strap. Fits kings, queens, doubles and twins. Like all fixed bed rails, it’s effective for people looking for mild to moderate support for changing positions or moving around in bed.
Illustration of the AssistaRail inserting between the boxspring and mattress

Tech Specs

Specifications subject to change without notice. Product not intended for outdoor use.

Material
Alloy steel
Finish
Powder coat (white)
Weight Capacity
300lbs / 136kg
Rail Diameter
1.0" / 25mm
Rail Length
19.75" / 502mm
Height Range
18-22" / 457-559mm
Warranty
Limited Lifetime Warranty

Reviews

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Rated 5 out of 5
April 2, 2022

Better than described, it was lower than a previous handle which makes it easier for my wife to reach over it to get things from her night table.

Stanford

Keith Ronald Assista-Rail

Rated 4 out of 5
March 2, 2022

Very useful. I needed it post hip replacement.

Keith Ronald

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Rated 4 out of 5
January 2, 2022

Works great. It helps Mom getting in/out of bed.

LJ Smart

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Rated 4 out of 5
December 2, 2021

Great. It helps me get into bed and out of bed. Thank you!

Roxie Jannamon

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Rated 5 out of 5
December 2, 2021

Helps a lot. Just the right size to grab onto without blocking entry or exit. We should have bought something like this a long time ago.

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Yes - in most cases. There must be a flat and secure surface for the mattress and bed rail frame to rest on (i.e. a plywood panel). If the flat surface has gaps or holes, the bed rail frame could drop through, twist or become unstable.

The Assista-Rail extends under the mattress 36"/914mm deep and 19.75"/502mm wide. The Assista-Rail has three horizontal rails. There is 3.50"/89mm of spacing between the top rail and middle rail. There is 2.50"/64mm from the middle rail to the bottom rail.

The Assista-Rail has several height settings to accommodate various mattress heights (i.e. slim profile, pillow-top, etc.). The height settings range from 18-22"/457-559mm.

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