Arthr Toilet Riser, 100002

Arthr Toilet Riser

£249.99

£208.33 with VAT relief

The Arthr Toilet Riser makes the toilet easier to use by increasing its height. Other products may raise the height of a toilet but none as elegantly as The Toilet Riser, which appears from the outside as a contemporary toilet. It looks like a normal toilet, is simple to install and its stylish soft-close seat hugs the toilet perfectly. More info

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The Arthr Toilet Riser is much higher than the normal toilet seat which gives a mechanical advantage to a person's hips and knees. It makes it easier for someone to get on and off the toilet if they have stiffness or weakness in muscles as a result of arthritis.

Our Toilet Riser is ergonomically designed to help people with arthritis by taking pressure off the knees, hips and lower back when bending down to sit on the toilet. The Toilet Riser installs quickly and simply. It comes with a fixing bar, two screws and a stabilising knob for quick and easy installation and does not require any specialist tools, making it incredibly easy to remove and clean.

The Toilet Riser fits most round-pan or D-shaped toilets. It also fits traditional close-coupled toilets and those with hidden cisterns. The Toilet Riser will not fit square toilets.

Arthr products are proudly designed and manufactured in the UK. Our products are designed in collaboration with healthcare professionals and people with arthritis to ensure that they can be used with confidence. What's more is that all our profits are reinvested back into the fight against arthritis, whether that is back into new product development or back to Versus Arthritis to support their mission.

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