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Bed Rail - Independence 5900 by Stander
Bed Rail - Independence 5900 by Stander
Stander 5900 Independence Bsed Rail with Convenieny TrayIndependence Tray conveniently folds away to provide Safe transfer in and out of bed
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The Independence Bed Table combines the safety of a bed rail with the luxury of a bedside tray. The handle offers assistance while standing, prevents night-time falls, and comes with a tray that swivels out of the way when not in use. The legs extend to the ground for extra stability, and the organizer can keep books, medications, or glasses close by. Its stylish look makes it like a piece of furniture to maintain the comfort of your home.


• Ergonomic Handle - Easy Transfer in/out of Bed
• Pocket Organizer Pouch - Handy storage
• Easy Installation - Installs in Minutes
• Extendable Legs - Stabily While Standing
• Height Adjusts - Fits any Home or Hospital Bed
• Swivel tray - Multi-Use Laptop/TV Swivels 360 Deg.
• Lifetime Guarantee - If you are not satisfied, return for a full refund

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Manufacturer Stander, Inc. - Mfgr. #:
Dimensions 20"W x 17"D | Hand Rail: 19" | Support: 25"
Height Adjustment Overall Floor to Top: 21-44" | Support: 13½-21½"
Height Adjustable Upper Section Base to Top: 17½ - 22½"
Installation Tool-Free in Minutes
Weight-Bearing Capacity Rail - 300 lbs. | Tray - 30 lbs
Weight 10.5 Lbs.
Material Steel Frame with Powder Coat Finish
Package Dimensions 28" x 20.25" x 2.5"
Features Benefits
Multi-Use Swivel Tray Convenience
Height Adjustable Easy Customizable Fit
Pocket Organizer Pouch Securely Store Small Personal Items
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