No! Stand-A-Roo® Dual Arm only works on couches/sofas that have removable cushions. You must be able to remove the seat cushions from your furniture to properly install Stand-A-Roo® Dual Arm. Please see tutorial here at this link.
Yes! The Stand-A-Roo® Dual Arm has five height settings. 10 inches – 14 inches.
Yes! The Stand-A-Roo® Dual Arm has a width range from 19 inches – 33 inches.
There are two black rings on the outer edges of the horizontal bar. Place one hand on the black ring and the other on the center of the bar, gently pull to adjust the width. Repeat on other side until desired width is achieved.
The Stand-A-Roo® Dual Arm is 21 inches in length. No, it can not be adjusted.
The Stand-A-Roo® Dual Arm is recommended for user up to 350 lbs.
Unfold Stand-A-Roo® Single Arm so that both legs are facing the same direction (pizza style). Slightly lift mattress and slide the legs of Stand-A-Roo® Single Arm in between your mattress and box spring. Adjust Height as needed. Please see tutorial here at this link.
No! Stand-A-Roo® Single Arm only works on couches/sofas that have removable cushions. You must be able to remove the seat cushions from your furniture to properly install Stand-A-Roo® Single Arm. Please see tutorial here at this link.
Yes! Stand-A-Roo® Single Arm can be adjusted from 13 inches – 19 inches.
The Stand-A-Roo® Single Arm’s primary function is to assist customers in and out of the bed safely and easily. However, it can act as a guard rail, so long as the arm of the device peers over the mattress high enough (7 inches or more). The Stand-A-Roo Single Arm has a maximum height of 19 inches and should be placed alongside the torso of the user.
Stand-A-Roo® Single Arm is recommended for users up to 275 lbs.
The RainCane is 34 inches in height.
The RainCane™ is recommended for users up to 220 lbs.
The opened canopy of the umbrella is 48 inches in length.
Yes, It is incredibly easy! Just a touch of a button and the umbrella will slide off the cane. And It’s just as easy to re-combine them!