Raised Toilet Seat With Removable Arms

This toilet seat is an excellent bathroom safety option for those who find sitting down or getting up from the toilet challenging. The newly created locking mechanism is easy to use and is designed to fit securely on practically any toilet seat. Drive Elevated Toilet Seat is made of heavy-duty molded plastic that is strong enough to survive frequent daily use. It is also lightweight, portable, and simple to clean. The elevated toilet seat has cozy padded arms that provide additional support. If needed, the arms may be removed without using any equipment.


  • Specifically created to provide a restroom safety solution for anyone who has trouble sitting down or standing up from the toilet.

  • The toilet seat height is increased by 5" thanks to lightweight, portable, and easy-to-clean heavy-duty molded plastic.

  • 75 inch (W) x 17 inches (D) x 3.5 inches (Seat Dimensions (12402)) (H)

  • 75 inch (W) x 19.25 inch (D) x 3.5 inches (Seat Dimensions (12403)) (H)

  • 75 inches separate the arms.

  • Maximum weight: 300 lbs.

  • With no tools required for installation, a straightforward locking system gives practically any toilet a reliable, secure fit.

  • One can add or remove the supporting metal arms depending on one's desire and requirement.

  • 5 lbs. is the actual product weight.

  • Primary Product Color: White Overall Product Height: 10" Overall Product Length: 16.5" Overall Product Width: 17"

  • Plastic is the product's main component, and its weight limit is 300 lbs.

  • 5" Seat Depth, 17" Seat Width, and 18" Between Arms

Conditions that necessitate the use of this product

  • Spinal arthritis
  • Scoliosis
  • Slipped discs
  • Injury to the spine or brain
  • Obesity
  • Parkinson's condition


  • The stability of high toilets

A high toilet seat with or without grip rails is an option. If you still believe you could use additional assistance with your mobility, we recommend high toilet seats with added support. Your knees and other joints will be less stressed because of the extra height, making it more straightforward for you to stand. The result should be improved self-assurance when using the restroom.

  • Fitting high toilets is simple.

High toilet seats are available and are easy to install with little effort. Raised toilet seats typically contain adjustable mounting brackets that hold the seat firmly in position for maximum stability. Usually, the sides and rear of the object include these brackets. It's simple to clean as well as simple to install. After giving it a quick wipe-down with an antibacterial or toilet bowl cleaner, you're good to go. As an alternative, Mobility Plus may install a higher toilet pan as part of any accessible bathroom installation; ask a member of our team for more information.

  • Improved caregiver safety

When using the restroom, anyone is at risk for harm, not only those receiving care. There is also the additional risk that the caregiver may trip or fall while helping a patient for those who are being helped by one. The distance between sitting and standing can be minimized with the correct equipment, like a raised toilet seat, which eventually makes it simpler for caregivers to transfer patients securely.

  • They offer comfort.

Your joints are relieved of any additional pressure by raised toilets. It is challenging for those with arthritis to bend their joints. It is not a simple task, and those who suffer from it may feel excruciating pain. The elevated toilet seat will also prevent us from squatting as much when we use the restroom.

  • Less force on joints

People with mobility-related disorders frequently worry about the impact on their joints, and in certain situations, excessive joint activity can result in substantial pain and discomfort. Reduce the amount of knee and hip flexion required for those who experience joint inflammation, such as arthritis, to make the experience less painful overall.


People with limited mobility confront various difficulties, and using the restroom can be one of them. A trip to the restroom can range from a time-consuming irritation to a risky tumble if you have trouble lowering into a sitting posture or rising to a standing position. The shorter distance from standing to sitting when using a taller toilet makes using the restroom safer and more pleasant. It's a significant effort and expensive to replace your toilet with a taller model. An excellent substitute is to upgrade your toilet by installing an elevated seat. This simple solution is inexpensive, adds comfort and discretion to the bathroom, and is often relatively simple to install.

A raised toilet seat is either a thick toilet seat that sits on top of the toilet bowl or a seat that is manually lifted above the standard seat. The seat makes it easier and safer to sit and stand on the toilet because it elevates people to a higher level. A primary activity of daily living is made simpler and safer with raised toilet seats. Some people purposefully postpone using the restroom when doing so is uncomfortable or physically exhausting, which can result in various health issues, including severe constipation or urinary tract infections. Utilizing and owning a raised toilet can help one maintain good health.

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