Easy Mount Tub Rail

Easy Mount Tub Rail installation, just turn the knob to tigthen on the bathtub
Easy Mount Tub Rail installation, just turn the knob to tigthen on the bathtub
Woman sitting in a bathtub using the EasyMount TubRail and EasyMount Grab Bars for safety
Illustration of how the TubRail installs on the bathtub

Easy Mount Tub Rail


Rated 5 out of 5 based on 4 ratings

Get into and out of the tub with confidence.

The Tub Rail provides excellent support in both getting in and out of the tub. The 2 handle grip lets you slowly lower into the tub as well as easily pick yourself back up.

Product Features

1 minute install.

Rail tightens by turning the adjustment knob. Rubber pads prevent the rail from slipping and marking the tub.
Easy Mount Tub Rail installation, just turn the knob to tigthen on the bathtub

Grip it and grab it - whichever way works best for you.

The 15" handle has gripping surfaces at two different heights for comfort. The design provides great support when getting in and out the tub.
Easy Mount Tub Rail on a grey background, showing more detail of what it looks like

Tech Specs

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

Alloy Steel
Weight Capacity
300lbs / 136kg
Rail Height
15" / 381mm (from tub to top of the rail)
Rail Width
5.5" / 140mm
Adjustable Tub Width
3-7" / 76-178mm
One Year Warranty


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Rated 5 out of 5
December 3, 2021

Perfect for getting into tub


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Rated 5 out of 5
November 3, 2021

Very sturdy. I like it so much I ordered a second one


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Rated 5 out of 5
August 3, 2021

We love our new tub rail. It is a big help, getting in and out of the tub.


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Rated 5 out of 5
May 3, 2021

Love this tub rail. It’s so nice to have some assistance when getting up from relaxing in tub. Very simple small rail but a huge help. It’s also very sturdy.


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Can't find your question below? Just CHAT us!

You can not install the HealthCraft Tub Rail on fiberglass tubs, but will work with the majority of tub models. If the width of the bathtub rim is less than 3’’, you should not install the tub rail because it will not fit snug enough to be supportive.

When the tub rail is installed, it is 15’’ tall. This height is comfortable for the majority of people.

You want the it to have a snug fit, but not so tight, that you risk damaging the tub. Continue to tighten the adjustment knob until you feel resistance and can not turn it any further.


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