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What Is The Highest Raised Toilet Seat ? With 46 Examples

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8In the summer of 2018 my mom had a hip replacement, and as her caregiver I had to procure all the required kit for her rehab.

A raised toilet seat was one of the most important pieces of equipment we were going to need, so that mom would be able to protect her hip when using the toilet, and not hurt herself.

 The highest raised toilet seat is the OasisSpace Stand Alone Safety Frame and Raised Toilet Seat, which has a maximum seat height of 27.5 inches.

The highest portable toilet seat that you can find is 28 inches from the floor. This is a TFI Extra Tall bedside commode – but this cannot be used over a toilet, unlike some models of bedside commode.
 

High toilet seats

Before I start looking at the ways of raising the level of your toilet seat, there are some extra toilets out there.

  • In the US, the average toilet is between 14 1/2 – 15 inches, from the floor to the rim of the toilet bowl.

Taller models of toilet do exist, and can be named Comfort toilets, Chair height toilets, Universal height toilets and Right height toilets.

These toilets are all a few inches taller at 17 – 21 inches from the floor to the rim of the toilet bowl.

 

Taller toilets may help anyone, and including elderly adults, who experience problems with sitting and standing.

But do note that very tall toilets can also cause –

 

  • problems for those suffering from constipation – being in a lower position is more conducive to passing a bowel movement
  • problems if the user’s feet are not solidly on the floor, cutting off the circulation in the legs, which can lead to a fall when standing, as well as being bad for the circulation

 

The tallest toilet seat

The tallest toilet being the Signature Hardware Bradenton Toilet, which is 21 inches tall at the rim of the toilet bowl. 

What is a raised toilet seat ?

 

If you don’t want to purchase a new tall toilet, you can use a raised toilet seat to raise your toilet seat higher from the floor.

There are quite a few different types of raised toilet seat and designs, but they all have the same function, which is to raise the height of the toilet seat from the floor.

People with disabilities, mobility issues, the elderly, and people who have just had knee, or hip operations, and who cannot, or should not, sit as low as a normal toilet seat will use raised toilet seats to facilitate getting on and off the toilet.

The raised toilet seats prevent people from further injuring themselves, and help to support areas of the body which have been weakened by surgery.

For some people it just makes the coordination of the movements easier, especially if they are lacking in strength, or have issues with their vision, and for whom backing up and sitting can cause difficulty.
 

What are the different types of raised toilet seat ?

 

Raised toilet seats come in six main types –

 

  • temporary seats with no type of bolt or lock attaching them to the toilet bowl, or seat 
  • seats which lock onto the toilet bowl – for medium term use
  • seats which are actually bolted to the toilet itself, and are suited to longterm use  
  • raised toilet seats with legs 
  • safety frames with elevated seats which are placed over your toilet – suited for long term use
  • bedside commodes which can be used over a toilet – ideal for long term use

 

The last four types of seat are the most secure, and best suited to longterm use for the elderly and the disabled.

Temporary raised toilet seats

 

Clip On raised toilet seat

Clip-on raised toilet seat - topside

Clip On toilet seats are open at the front, like a horse shoe, and are simply clipped onto your existing toilet seat.

There are no bolts or clamps, and no models with armrests.

The seats come in 2 and 3 inch high models.

An example of a Clip-on seat –

 

  • Ability Superstore 4 inch Clip On Raised Toilet Seat

“Bubble” raised toilet seat

Bubble seat raised toilet seat

Bubble seats – these are made of a compressed foam and you simply push them down over the bowl of your toilet, and they are designed to grip.

The seats have no clamps, locks or bolts to secure them to the bowl.

These models do not come with armrests, cannot be adjusted in height, and have a lower weight capacity than seats which secure to the bowl with clamping or locking systems.

Bubble seats come in heights from 4 to 5 inches tall.

An example of this type of seat is –

 

  • The NRS Comfort raised toilet seat

Raised toilet seats for Medium term use

Seats which “lock” onto the bowl are a less temporary option than the bubble and clip-on seats.

The most secure of these seats being the front locking designs.

 

Side locking raised toilet seats

Side locking raised toilet seat with lid

A large number of raised seat designs have clamps or locking mechanisms on the sides of the seat towards the rear – these lock onto the toilet bowl as the clamps, or bolts, are tightened.

These seats do not have armrests, and the weight capacity will be lower than the raised toilet seats with front locking mechanisms, but you can have one with a lid if you would like !

the seats come in a range of heights from 2 to 6 inches.

An example of this type of seat is –

 

  • Vaunn Medical Clamp-on 4inch Raised Toilet Seat

Clipper seats

Clipper raised toilet seat

There is actually only one brand that makes these seats, but they are markedly different from the other types.

The seats are all 4.3 inches tall, and some models do have armrests.

The clipper seats have four plastic clips which grip the outside of the toilet bowl when pushed in, exerting equal pressure evenly around outside of the toilet bowl.

 

The examples of theses seats are –

 

Herdegen Clipper III raised toilet seat w/ lid, Prod. No. 500411

Herdegen Clipper V raised toilet seat w/ swing-up armrests and a lid

Clipper raised toilet seat with armrests

Front locking raised toilet seats

Front locking raised toilet seat without handles

Front locking raised toilet seat

There are various brands which manufacture a raised toilet seat with a clamp at the front of the seat, and a lip at the back which slots under the inside rim of the toilet.

These seats come in heights of 4 to 5 inches depending on the brand.

Most of these models come with armrests, which can be adjustable and removable.

An example of a front locking raised toilet seat is –

 

  • Carex E-Z Lock 5 inch Raised Toilet Seat with Arms

Raised toilet seats for long term use

Toilet seat risers

 

A riser is an oval, or round, ring of plastic of a specific height (from 2 to 4 inches) which is attached to the toilet under your existing toilet seat.

The riser is attached placing the seat bolts through the seat, as usual, and then through the riser, and on through the bolt holes in the toilet.

An example of a riser –

 

  • Nova 3 1/2 inch toilet seat riser

Basic riser

Alignment of a riser toilet seat, lid and toilet

Hinged toilet seat risers

 

These risers, are only different in that like your toilet seat they have a hinge, and can be lifted to clean underneath them.

They attach in exactly the same way as an ordinary riser.

An example of a hinged riser –

 

  • Maddak 4 inch hinged toilet riser

Hinged riser

Toilet seat riser with armrests

 

You can also find toilet seat risers with armrests.

An example of a hinged riser –

 

  • Nova 3.5″ riser with armrests (standard), Prod. No. 8344 – R
  • Nova 3.5″ riser with armrests (elongated), Prod. No. 8343 – R

 

Riser installed on a toilet under the seat and lid

Tall toilet seats or seat with spacers

Spacer raised toilet seat with lid

These seats replace your existing toilet seat, and are attached through the same holes.

The seats have legs, or spacers, of specific heights on the underside.

The seats come in 2 and 3 inch high models.

An example of one of these seats is –

 

  • Centoco 3L440STS-001 raised toilet seat with lid

Elevated toilet seat with legs

Raised toilet seat with legs

These are elevated toilet seats which have legs.

The seat can slide up and down the legs to adjust the height – your toilet must not be taller than a certain height, depending on the brand of seat you buy.

These are only made by Maddak or MOBB.

 

Elevated toilet seats with safety frames

Toilet safety frame with elevated seat

This type of seat is a metal safety frame with a built-in seat.

The toilet seat on your toilet is either removed, or put in the upright position, and the frame and built in seat are placed over your toilet bowl.

The frames have adjustable heights, armrests and can be made of either aluminum, or steel.

There are also bariatric models for  heavier individuals.

None of the body weight with these frames is placed on the toilet itself, and the legs distribute the weight to the floor.

Toilet safety frame with elevated seat placed over a toilet

Portable bedside commode

3 in 1 bedside commode

“3-in-1” commodes, can be used with their commode bucket by the bedside, or just like a safety frame with a seat, they can be placed over the toilet, without their bucket.

To use over the toilet, you simply remove the commode bucket and place the commode over the toilet bowl.

The leg height can be adjusted to generally to around five different heights.

As with the safety frames with elevated seats, you can get the models in aluminum or steel, along with models for different weight capacities.

An example of this type of bedside commode is –

 

  • Drive Medical steel folding bedside commode

    Raised seat with mechanical lift

     

    Another option is a toilet lift.

    Toilet lifts are for very frail or disabled individuals who don’t have the strength to sit down on, or to get back up from, the toilet seat.

    The seat has a built-in mechanism which raises and lowers the user.

    Some models will be a frame which is on the floor around the toilet with a lift mechanism and a seat –

     

    • The Liftseat Powered Toilet Lift
    • The Uplift Commode

     

    A different design where the lift attaches to the toilet without legs to the floor is –

     

    • Easy Access Tilt Toilet Lift

    Tallest raised toilet seat

     

    The highest type of raised toilet seating which goes over your toilet is the –

    OasisSpace Stand Alone Safety Frame and Raised Toilet Seat, which has a maximum seat height of 27.5 inches.

    This safety frame with raised toilet seat is placed over the toilet, and does not attach to it – it stands independently on its four legs.

    If the user is over 300 lb in weight, you will have to look elsewhere for a tall raised toilet seat 

    In the US if you use a raised toilet seat which attaches to the toilet, the maximum height you can achieve will be 25 inches.

    In the UK, the maximum height you can achieve with a seat which attaches to the toilet is lower, because the average toilet is lower than in the US.

     

    One point I would like to make here, if your elderly parent is a little fragile, the safety frame and seat, or a portable bedside commode which can be placed over the toilet could be a better option than any type of seat which attaches to the rim of the bowl, or to the seat of the toilet, as they are more sturdy and have bigger armrests to grab onto.

    My mom still uses the portable commode placed over the toilet, as she likes the big arm rest and support it gives her.

    The fact that it has a frame that takes the weight on the floor, and not a system clamping onto the toilet, also makes her feel safer.

    If you want to know about some additional ways for raising up your toilet, the go over to my article “How To Raise The Height Of A Toilet Seat ? 10 Great Choices !”.

     

    For much larger and taller individuals, you may have to use an extra tall bedside commode, and the tallest of these is the –

    TFI Extra tall wide commode with elongated seat Model 3244, which has a maximum seat height of 28 inches, but it cannot go over a toilet, so you will have to use it with the bucket as a bedside commode.

    Let’s look raised toilet seat heights in the US

     

    Raised and elevated toilet seats

     

    In the US, standard toilets are around 14 1/2 inches from the floor to the rim of the bowl,  “comfort”, “universal”, or “right height toilets” measure from 16 to 19 inches from the floor to the rim of the bowl (the recommended height being 17 inches including the seat).

    This means that the 6 inch raised toilet seats, which fix on to the toilet bowl, and which are not on a frame, or a portable bedside commode, will range from 20 1/2 to 25 1/2 inches depending on the height of your toilet.

    On a 19 inch high toilet, a 6 inch raised seat will be 25 inches from floor to top the seat.

    And that is –

    •  2 inches higher than all but one of the safety frames where the seat is at 23 inches max from the floor
    • and 2 1/2 inches higher than the standard portable bedside commode seats where the highest seat I found was 22 1/2 inches from the floor
    • but it will be 2 1/2 inches less than the OasisSpace Stand Alone Safety Frame and Raised Toilet, which has a maximum seat height at 27 1/2 inches, but which only has a maximum weight capacity of 300 lb
    • and it is 3 inches lower than the maximum seat height of the TFI Extra Tall Bedside Commode which can be adjusted to having the seat at a dizzy 28 inches from the floor, BUT WHICH CANNOT BE USED OVER A TOILET, but which does have a maximum weight capacity of 650 lb

     

    Obviously, for the 14 1/2 to 18 inch high toilet bowls the 6 inch seat will be much lower.

    There is a toilet with a 20 inch high bowl rim – the Convenient Toilet – but even this will only reach 26 inches with a raised toilet seat of 6 inches which attaches to the bowl, which is still less than the 27 1/2 inch maximum seat height of the OasisSpace Stand Alone Safety Frame and Raised Toilet Seat.

    Raised toilet seats

     

    6 inch raised toilet seats

    Drive Raised Toilet seat without lid
    Drive Raised toilet seat with lid
    Maddack Tall-Ette elevated toilet seat

    5 inch raised toilet seats

    Drive Medical elevated seat without arms
    Drive DeVilbiss elevated seat with removable arms RTL 12027RA
    Drive Medical raised toilet seat with lock and padded arm rests
    Carex E lock raised toilet seat without handles
    Nova elevated toilet seat with removable adjustable arms
    Nova elevated toilet seat with removable padded handles
    Vive elevated toilet seat with padded handles
    Medline locking elevated toilet seat without arm

    Toilet seat risers

     

    Your toilet seat is bolted on top of the riser, so it will make it comparable to a 5 inch raised seat –

    3.5 inch toilet seat risers

    Carex hinged seat riser
    Nova toilet riser

    Safety frames with raised toilet seats

     

    Frames with elevated toilet seat

    OasisSpace Stand Alone Safety Frame and Raised Toilet Seat - max seat height 27 1/2 inches from the floor
    Platinum Health's Ultimate raised toilet seat and safety frame - max seat height of 24 inches from the floor
    Maddack Tall Ette elevated seat with legs - max height is 4 inches above the bowl rim, so 23 inches from floor to seat
    MOBB elevated toilet seat - max seat height is 23 inches from floor
    PCP raised toilet seat and safety frame - max seat height is 23 inches from the floor

    Portable bedside commodes

     

    The tallest bedside commode I found, that you can use over a toilet,  will raise a 17 inch toilet by 8 inches and a 19 inch toilet by 6 inches.

    And it is the –

     

    Platinum Health’s GentleBoost Uplift 3-in-1 Commode and shower chair – max seat height of 25 inches

    The chair is equipped with a lift assist seat, which helps the sitter to both sit and stand back up.

    The only disadvantage is that its maximum weight capacity is a little lower at 285 lb.

     

    The second-tallest bedside commode I found, that you can place over a toilet, will raise a 17 inch toilet by 7 inches and a 19 inch toilet by 5 inches.

     

    This commode is the –

     

    Drive Medical Deluxe drop-arm commode – model no. 11125KD- max seat height 24 inches

    Now, if you need higher you obviously have the OasisSpace Stand Alone safety frame and raised toilet seat, at 27 1/2 inches max height, but this has no back rest and a lower weight limit at 300 lb.

     

    So, if height is the only concern, there are lots of raised and elevated seats which fit onto toilets and are at least 1/2 an inch taller than a normal portable bedside commode, but none will match the TFI Extra Tall Bedside Commode at a max seat height  of 28 inches. BUT IT WON’T FIT OVER A TOILET

    It is, though, the highest toilet seat that there is on a portable bedside commode, and it has a maximum weight capacity of 650 lb.

    To learn more about using a bedside commode as a raised toilet seat over a toilet, you can head on over and read my article “Can A Bedside Commode Be Used Over A Toilet ?”.

    Standard bedside commodes

    More standard bedside commodes with lower maximum seat heights, that can all be used over a toilet –

    Standard bedside commodes

    Drive Medical portable bedside commode - max seat height 22 1/2 inches from floor
    Medline steel 3-in-1 portable bedside commode - max seat height 22 1/2 inches from floor
    Healthline aluminum folding bedside commode - max seat height 22 1/2 inches from floor

    Now let’s look at raised toilet seat heights in the UK

     

    In the UK toilet seats on average are between 14 – 15 inches from the floor to the edge of the toilet bowl.

    This means that the raised seats that slot on the toilet are not, on average, going to be as high as the seats on a bedside commode, or a safety frame with an elevated seat – bedside commode seats may be as much as 3 inches higher than the 6-inch slot on raised toilet seats.

    And of course, if you can get one, the OasisSpace Stand Alone Safety Frame and Raised Toilet Seat is way above everything else at a giddy maximum seat height of 27 1/2 inches.

     

    Raised toilet seats

     

    6 inch raised toilet seats

    Drive Raised Toilet seat without lid
    Drive Raised toilet seat with lid
    Maddack Tall-Ette elevated toilet seat
    Homecraft Ashby east fit raised toilet seat
    Homecraft Savannah raised toilet seat
    Gordon Ellis Serenity raised toilet seat
    Mobiclinic toilet seat riser, seat with lid
    Etac Cloo adjustable raised toilet seat without arms

    5 inch raised toilet seats

    Drive Medical elevated seat with lock and removable arms
    Drive DeVilbiss Aquarius elevated seat 2-in-1 with removable arms
    Gima raised toilet seat with arm rests
    NRS Healthcare raised toilet seat with arms
    Ability superstore white Balmoral raised toilet seat without lid
    Homcom elevated toilet seat with lock and removable padded arms

    Safety frames with raised toilet seats

     

    Frames with elevated toilet seat

    OasisSpace Stand Alone Safety Frame and Raised Toilet Seat - max seat height 27 1/2 inches from the floor
    Platinum Health's Ultimate raised toilet seat and safety frame - max seat height of 24 inches form the floor
    Aidapt Solo Skandia raised toilet seat and frame - max seat height 24 inches
    Aidapt President raised toilet seat and frame - max seat height 23 1/2 inches
    Lattice commode toilet seat and frame - max seat height 23 1/2 inches
    Performance health Cosby height adjustable toilet frame and seat - max seat height 23 1/2 inches
    NRS Mowbry toilet seat and frame - max seat height 21 1/2 inches
    Homecarft Stirling toilet seat and frame - max seat height 21 inches

    Portable bedside commodes

     

    Portable Bedside commodes

    Platinum Health's GentleBoost Uplift 3-in-1 Commode and shower chair - max seat height 25 inches from the floor
    Drive Medical Deluxe drop-arm commode - max seat height 24 inches from the floor
    Drive Medical portable bedside commode - max seat height 22 1/2 inches from floor
    Medline steel 3-in-1 portable bedside commode - max seat height 22 1/2 inches from floor
    KPL 3-in-1 portable bedside commode - max seat height 21 1/2 inches from floor
    XWZJY 3-in-1 portable bedside commode - max seat height 21 1/2 inches from floor
    LYDB 3-in-1 portable bedside commode - max seat height 21 inches from floor
    Fisthgus 3-in-1 portable bedside commode - max seat height 20 1/2 inches from floor

    How high should a raised toilet seat be ?

     

    To get a basic idea of the height of raised toilet seat that you need –

    • it is best to measure the distance from the floor to the back of the knee of the person who will be using the raised toilet seat
    • following that, measure the distance of the toilet seat rim to the floor
    • and then, subtract this from the first measurement, and you have the elevation required for the raised toilet seat

     

    What to avoid

    You don’t want the user to have their feet off the ground when they are sitting on the raised toilet seat, nor do you want just their toes touching the floor, as this can lead to a lack of stability when standing back up.

     

    Things that help

    It is a good idea to have a walker which the user can hold onto as they back up to the toilet, and as they are transferring their weight to the toilet and the raised handles, or a frame around it, which they can hold as they sit back.

    A walker in front of the person on the raised toilet seat can give extra stability when they stand up as well, as they can transfer their weight from the handles of the toilet seat or frame, over to the walker, and that can lead to fewer injuries and strains.

    If you want to know more about how an elderly person can use a walker to help themselves with sitting down and standing up, you can have a look at my article “Using A Bedside commode: An Illustrated Guide”.

    How to choose a raised toilet seat for an elderly person ?

     

    •  You need to ask a number of questions before choosing a raised toilet seat/toilet seat riser, such as –
    • what is the reason for the person using the seat ?
    • how old is the person ?
    • if it is for post-operative rehabilitation, how is the person physically apart from the surgery ?
    • is the person strong ?
    • is the person frail ?
    • how good is the person’s sense of balance ?
    • can the person move backwards easily ?
    • is the person’s vision good ?
    • will the person need handles to hold onto when they are sitting down on the seat ?
    • do you think the person has the strength to sit back slowly, without jolting the seat ?
    • is the person easily confused ?
    • is the person lacking in confidence about using a toilet seat ?
    • is the person generally tired, or “full o’ beans” ?
    • is there any other form of support around the toilet, such as grab bars on the walls, a toilet safety frame, or a ceiling to floor pole with a handle ?
    • is the bathroom well lit, so the user can easily see what they are doing ?
    • is the person using a walker to approach the toilet in reverse, or maybe canes ?

    I will use my mom to illustrate my point here.

    My mom is –

     

    • over 90 yrs old
    • was recovering from complete hip replacement surgery
    • she is pretty strong in her arms, but has arthritic hands and a dodgy knee on the good leg
    • Mom suffers from several eye conditions, and has only peripheral vision in one eye
    • my mom’s balance can be a little iffy  because of her eye conditions, and because she suffers from dizziness at times
    • my mom does lurch for things at times, especially when she wakes in the night and has to go to the bathroom

     

    So after her hip replacement, my mom needed a raised seat which –

     

    • had handles which she could reach back to for stability
    • could take the impact if she came back a little too hard, and would not move all over the place i.e. properly attached
    • had some kind of solid structure to grab onto, if mom lost her balance
    • my mom could not slip off
    • was something which gave her confidence to use
    • we also needed a walker which she could grab onto as she stood up

    I had purchased an equipment pack for post-operative rehabilitation for my mom, but frankly the raised toilet seat which came with this inspired about as much confidence, as a chocolate fire grate.

    The seat was the type which has a lip at the back which slips under the rim of the inside of the toilet bowl, and two side clamps, but even when properly attached it was like being at sea in a storm.

    We had visions of me finding my mom wedged between the toilet and wall, having slipped off, so that was obviously not going to do the job.

    Ultimately, we bought a portable bedside commode, not understanding just how great this was, until we realized that if you remove the potty, you could then place it over the toilet.

    This gives you a seat in a frame, with armrests, which is above the toilet bowl.

    You just lift your toilet seat, and then place the commode frame over the toilet.

    It cannot come off the toilet as it is not attached to it, so is the most stable solution, along with safety frames with raised seats.

    The frames come in aluminum, or steel, are very strong and have adjustable heights.

    They will fit over almost any toilet.

    This also means you can’t pick the wrong height, as you can just change it. The range on most is about 5 inches – I believe 18 – 23 inches for the seat height, but one goes up to 28 inches.

    The portable commode was put over our toilet 18 months ago, and it still lives happily over the toilet in our bathroom, and can just be lifted away for other people to use the toilet.

    The purpose of this passage was just to illustrate that, if you are trying to decide what height raised seat you need, that should not be your only consideration.

    Best raised toilet seats for the elderly

    As well as deciding on the correct height of a toilet seat, you really need to decide what is the appropriate type of seat for an elderly, or frail, person.

    Certain seats, such as “bubble seats” without armrests, or locking device, may be highly inappropriate for an elderly person who is lacking in strength and stability, and who may be far more suited to, and safe using, a safety frame with an elevated seat, or a portable bedside commode, placed over the toilet bowl.

    If you are looking for a raised toilet seat for an elderly loved one, I have an article “Best Raised Toilet Seats For Elderly Seniors: A Detailed Guide With Prices”. I have suggested a possible 16 different raised toilet seats, which are all, depending on the situation, very good options for an elderly adult.

    I have outlined the different seats which are best suited to different sized elderly adults, and also with regard to an individual’s strength and mobility.

    Best raised toilet seats after a hip replacement

     

    The best raised toilet seat for after hip surgery for an elderly person is a 3-in-1 bedside commode placed over the toilet, an elevated toilet seat with safety frame, a raised toilet seat with legs, a riser.

    I actually have written an extensive article on this subject, which as well as suggesting the best raised toilet seats for the job, with all the reasoning behind my preferences, also includes information about  –

    • how high your raised toilet seat should be
    • who needs a raised toilet seat after hip surgery
    • how long you need a raised toilet seat for after hip surgery
    • how to select a raised toilet seat
    • how to sit on a raised toilet seat after a hip replacement – with lots of illustrations
    • what the 90 degree rule for sitting is – with illustrations
    • how to use a raised toilet seat and a walker to sit after hip surgery – with illustrations

    Here is a link to the article “Best Raised Toilet Seats After A hip Replacement”

    I am going briefly this question into two sections, and if you want the full answer you can read the answer which I linked to above –

     

    • best raised toilet seats for elderly adults who may be more frail due to age
    • best raised toilet seats for fitter younger seniors who have no mobility issues aside from the new hip, or knee replacement

    Best raised toilet seat after a hip replacement for an elderly person

     

    As we are all different, and no one seat will adapt to all situations, I have selected what I think are the best models for multiple situations, which I have outlined below –

     

    1) Medline – basic 3-in-1 Bedside Commode

    2) OasisSpace Stand Alone Safety Frame and Raised Toilet Seat – two models, one with a padded seat, one with a hard seat

    3) PlatinumHealth Ultimate Raised Toilet Seat (safety frames with raised toilet seat)

    4) Nova Drop-Arm Padded Commode

    5) PlatinumHealth GentleBoost Uplift 3-in-1 Commode and Shower Chair

     

    For larger Individuals –

    1) Nova Heavy Duty Drop-Arm Commode

    2) Drive Deluxe Bariatric Drop-Arm Commode

    Summing Up…

     

    The highest raised toilet seat is 27 1/2 inches from the floor if you use a OasisSpace Stand Alone Raised Toilet Seat over your toilet.

    But the height of the seat should not be your only consideration, especially with elderly parents.

    You should be looking at all the different parameters of the situation in which you are using an elevated toilet seat.

    I hope this helps.

    Good  luck !

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