Illustration of what the Smart-Rail frame looks like
Illustration of what the Smart-Rail frame looks like
Woman using the Smart-Rail to stand up from bed
Woman using the Smart-Rail to sit up from bed



Rated 4.5 out of 5 based on 52 ratings

Help Make Mornings Easier

The SmartRail is a simple-to-assemble bedside accessory that will allow you to be more independent in your home. Created to satisfy both form and function, it features a supportive bar for turning over at night and a sturdy handle to assist in pulling yourself up. When it comes to getting out of bed in the morning, its easy-to-use pivoting design swings out to support your full standing motion — and tucks away neatly after use to maintain your clean bedroom aesthetic.

Product Features

Support where it's needed most.

The rail can be unlocked from the bed, and moved in front while also being reversible, allowing it to pivot correctly when installed on either the side of the bed. This allows for ergonomic gripping and support for the full standing motion.

Get up and go.

There are two different positions for support: Open (for standing support) and Closed (for in-bed positioning). The open rail moves to center your gravity safely - no twisting and reaching needed.
Illustration showing that the Smart-Rail locks against the bed, but opens to swing out from the bed for more support

Tech Specs

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

Alloy steel
Powder coat (white)
Weight Capacity
300lbs / 136kg
Rail Diameter
1.5" / 38mm
Rail Length
16.25" / 413mm
Height Range
Total Range: 27-36" / 699-921mm
Standard Height: 27.25" / 699mm
Built-In Leg Extender Range: 2-9" / 51-229mm
Limited Lifetime Warranty


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Rated 5 out of 5
May 2, 2020

Very good – just what we needed to help my wife get out of bed.

James Boyd

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Rated 4 out of 5
March 2, 2020

We don’t worry about falling anymore.

Mildred Harpel

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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.

No, the rail doesn't lock when open. It allows the user move the rail for support throughout their range of motion.

The Smart-Rail is height adjustable, but we suggest a maximum rail height setting of 4" / 10.2cm.


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