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2-In-1 Bedrail BHTA


Design Award


Winner 2007


£69.99 ONLY 1


IMPROVED AWARD


WINNING DESIGN


1 2-in-1 Bed Rail


The award winning and newly improved 2-in-1 Bed Rail is designed to provide a stable support for getting in and out of bed. The reversible plastic base allows use on both divan AND slatted beds. The base has been improved to be slimmer and stronger. The stronger base increases the rigidity of the handle and enables a maximum user weight of 25st. The slimmer base – now just 15mm – means you cannot feel the product underneath the mattress, ensuring excellent comfort level. The innovative shape of the ergonomic handle easily and comfortably enables lifting action from lying to sitting and from sitting to standing. It is detached from the base by two e-clips enabling it to be positioned as required for either type of bed. Supplied with two easy to fit straps to hold securely in place. Size L24 x W13 x H20". Base depth ½”. Maximum user weight limit 25st. Code


M48192 3 AWARD


WINNING DESIGN


(Exc. VAT) £58.33


FOLDS FLAT


FOR SLATTED BEDS


2 Width Adjustable


FOR DIVAN BEDS


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Rest & Relaxation


Price £69.99


2 Adjustable Width Bed Stick


Allows easy movement from lying to sitting and then to standing position. Adjustable width 37 - 61”. Telescopic frame. For use with single, double and king size divan beds. Maximum user weight 20st. Height 17”. Depth 14”.


Code


L99260 3


(Exc. VAT) £41.66


Folding Easy Fit Bed Rail


Easy Ordering! See Back Cover for Details Code


£42.99 ONLY M15708


For slatted or divan beds. Folding design stores easily. Simply fit between the mattress and bed base. Unique non-slip sections help keep in position when in use. Max. user weight 20st. Width 32”. Depth 23”. Height 21”. Handle width 4¾”.


(Exc. VAT) £35.83


Price £42.99 Price £49.99


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