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Bath Step

Prevent slip and fall accidents with this sturdy bathtub step. Our step is extra-wide, giving you plenty of foot space. The base is made of durable poly propylene plastic and the top features a non-skid rubber surface for stability. Use a single step, or stack multiple steps together to customize your transition into the tub. One bath step supports up to 350 lbs. Includes self-adhesive for quick installation. Step sold individually. Measures 19 3/4" L x 16" W x 3 7/8" H. 

Each year, thousands of unsuspecting Americans fall at home leaving many of them seriously injured and even disabled. In 2010, more than 12,800 people over age 65 died and 1.6 million were treated in emergency departments because of falls.

Falls can occur unexpectedly, even to the most sure-of-foot person. Most falls take place at home, making proactive fall prevention around the house so important. Here are some safety tips to help prevent slips, trips, and falls:

    Easy Comforts fall prevention and home safety tips
  • Reduce your risk of trips and slips by keeping your feet firmly in touch with the ground.
  • Use products that hold rugs in place and add traction to slippery surfaces.
  • Never walk around the house barefoot or in socks/slippers with smooth bottoms.
  • Ensure uniform lighting in rooms by adding lights to dark areas.
  • Use motion-sensing lights so you can see where you're walking.
  • Place lighting close to the bed, where it’s easy to reach.
  • Preventative measures, such as handles and mats, lessen the chance of being caught off guard.
  • Keep items used frequently on lower shelves (about shoulder level).
  • Use a stool with a bar attached for additional stability when reaching items on high shelves.
  • Place non-slip mats or strips on the floor of the tub or shower.
  • Add bars inside and outside your bathing area and next to the toilet.

    Health tips for preventing falls
  • Exercise regularly. Focus on increasing leg strength and improving balance.
  • Identify your medications that may cause side effects such as dizziness or drowsiness.
  • Keep an eye on your vision health and visit an eye doctor at least once a year.

In addition to fall prevention at home, being aware of weather and terrain conditions when you venture outdoors is also important. Easy Comforts offers easy-to-handle products that can reduce hazards and aid in personal stability while away from home.


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Allows me to get into bed and out
I use it to help me get in and out of bed because of a femure full of metal from falls I have been sleeping in a recliner for a long time.On a trip to Texas my neice let me use the one she uses for her mom to get into a car,so I ordered one for myself.It has been a blessing to use .Thank you, Robbie Wilson
Just what I needed
Nearly impossible for me to get into my son's SUV -- this was the perfect solution and it's light enough to pick up and store in the car.
December 27, 2010
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It sure solved my problem. I already was using a step outside the tub to help me get in, but getting out was still difficult. By putting another step inside the tub it equalize how high I had to step over the rim of the tub.
December 3, 2017
Bath Step
Very helpful for my husband when he need assistance getting in the bath tub.
January 31, 2013
A needed item
I know this is a bath step, but I use it to get on my bed, because I am a whoping 4'9" short and need it go get into bed
August 7, 2012
Great help for bath and car
These bath steps are so handy for the bathroom and for the car too. They really help Dad in both places.
August 12, 2016
Bath Step Worth the Money
I bought one of these steps to help me get into bed since I'm short and our bed is rather tall since it has a pillow top mattress. The step is great because it's sturdy and has a non-slip surface. I recommend this product and have no cons about it.
November 10, 2014
5 / 5
5 / 5
Love it
Just the right height and what I needed .
June 27, 2019
3 months ago
5 / 5
5 / 5
I use this step to get into my truck and into my house.
June 6, 2019
4 months ago
What the bath step has done for me.
The bath step which I also call it a wedge,
has helped me out.

I do use a stool to get into the tub with, but the stool
is too high for my weak legs to step up on, so I put
the wedge (bath step) in front of the stool after I have
the other stool that is taller so that I can get into the
tub but is hard for me to climb up on it by itself against the tub,with my cain at the same time my other hand bracing on something step up onto the bath step then stepping up onto the other stool and holding on to anything
I am able to hold on to slowly and in focus get into the tub
May 16, 2012
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my bath tub is too high
Yvonne B on Jul 27, 2019
To get out of the shower.
JOAN L on Jun 8, 2019
my bath tub is too high
Yvonne B on Jul 27, 2019
MARY A on Jun 25, 2019
To get out of the shower.
JOAN L on Jun 8, 2019
to help me have better control
marlene b on Apr 13, 2019
Low rise steps for easy bath access.
Nancy S on Apr 7, 2019
Have difficulty at entry steps
RICHARD D on Feb 28, 2019
Have 2 like this, need to add another two steps. Nice, sturdy, non-slip
Art T on Feb 25, 2019
Looking for a little assist to get on a high bed
Sharon R on Feb 24, 2019
Need interim height to get on my 9" step stool
Barbara K on Feb 18, 2019
hopping I can put in tub to sit on and this will help me get out of tub
sandra f on Feb 11, 2019
they look like good quality and what I am looking for.
DONALD A on Feb 4, 2019
We have some, and Love them
Larry C on Jan 21, 2019
husband to help into tub and out
Phyllis R on Dec 29, 2018
help for in out tub
lois a on Nov 17, 2018
husband partially disabled ... needs help in bathroom
mary y on Oct 30, 2018
My bed is too high. This step will help me.
Dorothea B on Oct 25, 2018
For my husband who has MS
Barbara W on Sep 9, 2018
I need a little help getting into bed. Mattresses are so high it's difficult to get into bed.
Donna T on Sep 3, 2018
So I can reach a step that is too high.
Lana W on Aug 22, 2018
My bed is too high and I need a step up to get in
G E on Aug 6, 2018
Need help stepping into bathtub.
Jane M on Jul 22, 2018
Already have one and it to be taller
Kim L on Jul 11, 2018
I need help getting in the bath tub
Hattie R on Jul 5, 2018
We needed a step for my husband to get in tub and was going to Lowe's to get a redwood board and a friend told me about your website and thought these steps would be perfect
Rita W on Jun 18, 2018
to get in the tub better
JUDITH H on Jun 15, 2018
for our legs & use as a way of getting into our bed!
Lois W on May 29, 2018
I need assistance getting into a rather high bed with my arthritic hip.
Cynthia K on May 18, 2018
To aid in getting into bed.
Tanya P on May 7, 2018
Unable to get into bathtub easily.
Joyce P on May 5, 2018
to help mother get up into her bed
Helen J on Apr 10, 2018
for my shower
Donna H on Feb 6, 2018
We have a high bed and I'm short and this will help me get into bed.
cynthia h on Feb 2, 2018
Extra height for my dog to get in & out of car.
Linda K on Jan 4, 2018
There was a great selection of products.
Larry M on Dec 20, 2017
Appears to work for me.
Barbara H on Dec 19, 2017
Step for bedside
Sue M on Dec 8, 2017
make getting in tub less painful and dangerous
Donna B on Nov 21, 2017
after knee replacement need help getting legs over tub rim
Barbara M on Nov 11, 2017
I'm disable vet and I have back problem I feel this item will help me alot
Marshelle G on Nov 1, 2017
My mother needs help getting into the tub.
Susan M on Aug 24, 2017
pending surgery
teresa d on Aug 16, 2017
difficult to step too far to tub
Mary E on Aug 9, 2017
Need to step up to get my legs in the tub safely
ROSE M on Aug 7, 2017
Need for help in getting into bathtub.
Betty L on Aug 1, 2017
I just had hip surgery and needed a step to get into my shower.
Susan F on Jul 21, 2017
I hope this will help me get onto the doctor's examining table. The steps are too high for me.
Ms. G on Jul 7, 2017
they are needed to assist my disabled mother
NANCY Y on Jul 5, 2017
need it
Gert K on Jun 14, 2017
I need assistance with getting in and out the tub/shower
sfarris on May 8, 2017
They make it easier to get out of the tub.
Carol H on May 6, 2017
MARY A on Jun 25, 2019
to help me have better control
marlene b on Apr 13, 2019
how high up will these stack?
A shopper on Nov 7, 2014
BEST ANSWER: Thank you for your question. The step is going to be 3 7/8 inches tall each and can be stacked to a desired height. We hope this information is helpful to you..
Can you put these in the tub? I need steps inside the tub too. Thank you.
Laura R on Jun 21, 2015
BEST ANSWER: no they slip around to much. You should look for the steps that sli8de over the side of the tub
it looks like there are three steps in your ad
is that correct?
A shopper on Mar 18, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Their are 3 steps in the add, but you purchase 1 at a time.
What does one step weigh?]
Ellenlinda on Feb 2, 2018
BEST ANSWER: Thank you for your question. They weigh 3.5 lbs..We hope this information will be of help to you.

Thank You,
Easy Comforts
Instructions on bath steps say to use knife or flat head to remove the 4 things on bottom to stack them. What are we removing? Are they the 4 pegs or what?
Rita W on Jun 28, 2018
BEST ANSWER: Thank you for your question. The pegs are the rubber feet. We hope this information will be of help to you.

Thank You,
Easy Comforts
2 Steps stacked - what is total height?
Terry S on Mar 11, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Thank you for your question. Two steps will be 8" tall. We hope this information will be of help to you.
How much does each step weigh?
A shopper on Sep 26, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Thank you for your question. These are sold as single steps and weigh 3.50 lbs. We hope this information will be of help to you.
why does it say supports up to 350 lbs. and in miles kimball the very same step says it holds up to 418 lbs.?
geneva s on Jun 14, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Thank you for your question. The Bath step is designed to support up to 418 pounds, the 350 pounds on our website is a misprint. We hope this information will be of help to you.
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