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Great solution for sturdy, safe support!
By Help Me, Rhonda
from Meeker, OK
About Me Midrange Shopper
Comments about Safety Hand Grips Set of 2:
I have degenerative joint disease and struggle with movement. I have been looking for a source of support to assist me in moving around and getting in and out of bed safely. This product has proved to be a great solution! My husband installed both hand grips (one lower and one higher) beside my bed in less than 10 minutes. I now have all the support I need to feel safe. The grips are sturdy and easy to hold on to. The angles of the grip make it easy to lean on or pull on, depending on the need. I love this product!
Bottom LineYes, I would recommend this to a friend
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Great Item, sturdy, and GREAT price!
from LV, NV
These safety items in metal are very expensive! This is a great value, BUT for my tile in my shower/tub, need a special tile bit to install...CAN NOT BE ATTACHED with ONLY dbl-back tape provided!! Must use screws, make sure item is properly installed, otherwise, it becomes it's own hazard!!
from Clifton, VA
About Me Budget Shopper
It help me to get to the house through the garage.
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Safety at last!
By Caring for an elderly parent
from Midwest, USA
These are great to put not only in the bath, but also in the kitchen next to the dining chairs for that needed "help" getting up, etc.
the picture is exactly what you get.
By no nickname
from Lakebay, WA
I recently had a second back surgery and had to be very careful not to fall. My son-in-law installed the bars in no time. I feel very safe getting into the shower now.
Safest Hand Grips I've Seen.
By Jean for Safety
from Yukon, OK
Anywhere in the house that you need a good hand-grip while climbing or reaching high items is a place for these versatile grips.Put them at different heights in the tub or shower, so if you would fall to the bottom you could still reach a hand grip from either end, and have others a little higher to use in getting yourself up.Have one mounted just outside the shower door to hold on as you enter, and use it again as you exit the shower. They make excellent towel racks if you have a small space where you can't mount a regular one, i.e., a cabinet door needs to open and would hit a long one mounted flat. The angle of these grips let the door go by.They look very nice, and are the most safe and versatile as I've seen. They have been available in a triple loop. But you can mount 2 or 3 end to end and get a good length -- and if you're falling, they stop you before you go too far.The best I've seen.
Great Support for Irene who is 88 years
Excellant product. Recomended to my neighbor. Thank you.
Bottom LineNo, I would not recommend this to a friend