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Homecraft Raised Toilet Seat with Arms

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The Homecraft Raised Toilet Seat with Arms offers increased independence when using the toilet by compensating for impaired movement. This Raised Toilet Seat is helpful to aid for seniors, people with disabilities, and patients post-hip replacement surgery.

Why choose Homecraft Raised Toilet Seat with Arms?

  • Taller toilet seat that makes it easier to balance while sitting
  • The seat’s arms offer extra stability when using the bathroom
  • Replaces existing toilet seat and securely bolts on most toilets
  • Maximum weight capacity is 300 pounds (136 kg)

Homecraft Raised Toilet Seat Features

  • This raised toilet seat is useful for patients who can’t bend due to arthritis or who shouldn’t bend after a hip replacement surgery
  • The ideal height allows feet to touch the floor with hip joint higher than knee joint. This keeps hip and knee joints from being bent past 90 degrees, which is important when recovering from replacement surgery.
  • Molded plastic base has a removable lid, secure lift-up ABS armrests, and sturdy steel base
  • The seat can be wiped clean with a disinfectant and the lid removes for easy cleaning
  • Choose between three possible seat heights for a custom fit, approximately 2.5”, 4”, and 6” (60, 100, and 150mm)
  • Maximum user weight – 150kg / 330lb / 23½st
  • Seat height – 60mm, 100mm and 150mm

What to buy with Raised Toilet Seat

How to install Homecraft Toilet Seat?

Before installing the raised toilet seat, decide on the required position of the seat. The seat has three positions to provide the most appropriate position and comfort for the user. The ideal seat height is when the user’s feet can completely touch the floor, and the hip height is higher than the knee height i.e. less than 90 degrees on the knee joint or hip joint.

  1. Flip up the raised toilet seat for easier access to the adjustment bars
  2. The adjustment cross bar adjusts in width for each seat position. There are three holes at each side of the cross bar to adjust the width. For the 60mm height, insert the e-clips into both inner holes of the front bar. For the 100mm height, insert the e-clips into both middle holes of the front bar. For the 150mm height, insert the e-clips into both outer holes of the front bar.
  3. Remove the e-clips from the cross bar and confirm the correct width for each seat position
  4. Once confirmed, push the e-clips back into the cross bar
  5. Insert the cross bar under the seat and locate the ends of the cross bar into the locators until they are secure
  6. Remove both black knobs at the rear sides of the raised toilet seat
  7. Position the rear bar at the same height of the front bar. For the 60mm height, set both bars at the top locators. For the 100mm height, set both bars to the middle locators. For the 150mm height, set both bars at the bottom locators.
  8. Insert both black knobs back through the holes, aligning with the holes of the rear bar and tighten until firm

Install the Homecraft raised toilet seat:

  1. Seats are generally attached by a pair of bolts/nuts located under the rear rim of the toilet seat. Unscrew and remove the existing fixings to remove the original toilet seat
  2. Ensure the toilet is clean before installing the raised toilet seat with armrests
  3. Unscrew the remove the long plastic nuts from the rear of the raised toilet seat with armrests
  4. Utilising the holes at the rear of the toilet basin, insert the rear securing bolts. Ensure the seat is centred over the toilet basin
  5. Once the securing bolts are in position, thread the plastic nut into position with the smooth side facing upwards
  6. Screw the white plastic securing nuts and tighten until secure

Install the armrests into the Homecraft raised toilet seat:

  1. With the armrest in the downward position and whilst pushing down on the plastic push pin, align one of the armrests into the hole at the side of the seat and insert the armrest
  2. Once the armrest has been inserted fully, rotate the armrest until its normal resting position
  3. The metal stopper on the rest should be resting on the plastic ledge of the toilet seat. This provides additional stability and strength. Ensure the armrests are stable and secure before each use.
  4. Repeat this process on the other side of the seat to complete the installation

Homecraft Raised Toilet Seat with Arms User Manual



How to care and clean Homecraft Adjustable Raised Toilet Seat?



  • To clean the raised toilet seat with armrests, wipe with a mild soap and warm water solution
  • Rinse well and then dry thoroughly with a clean, dry cloth
  • For heavier soiling, wipe clean with a diluted disinfectant solution and rinse well before drying thoroughly
  • Do not use water with a temperature in excess of 80°C
  • Do not use high pressure cleaners, steam cleaners or harsh, abrasive cleaning solutions


Specifications of Raised Toilet Seat with Armrests


Particulars Specification
Overall Width 500mm (19½")
Overall Depth 475mm (182/3")
Overall Height 380mm (15")
Seat Width 360mm (14")
Seat Depth 425mm (162/3”)
Aperture Size 210×275mm (8¼×102/3”)
Weight 4.3kg


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