Millercare offers a range of disabled toilet seats that are both comprehensive and cost effective. With prices starting as little as £16.90 (excluding VAT) there’s a design for everyone.
Those who could benefit from one of these handy tools are those who find it difficult to sit down or stand up on typically low toilet seats, as these seats simply make the toilet higher. They’re ideal for the elderly and disabled.
Padded raised seats are also available, these helps to relieve some of the pressure of sitting.
Some of the raised toilet seats on offer at Millercare are portable, meaning they can be moved from one toilet to another. Ideal for those who are regularly on the move but need a little assistance.
Disabled Toilet Seats
A selection of the disabled toilet seats on offer from Millercare is designed for strength and durability. They’re gently contoured for extra comfort and extremely lightweight too. Some of the seats slope downwards slightly from the back to the front, allowing the user easier lowering and raising. The deep splash guard minimises soiling and they’re resistant to stains and odours.
A standout product is that designed with Comfyfoam, which is extremely soft and comfortable. It’s easy to fit and requires no screw fixings, but push fits securely over most standard toilet bowls.
The Enterprise design has integrally moulded armrests, offering, even more, stability and security for the user. The unique installation of this product also allows the seat to be used without the need of the original toilet seat being removed.
The Cloo toilet seat can also be adjusted for different seat heights of 60, 100 or 140mm. It’s designed ergonomically and the detachable armrests offer a relaxing support.
Easier personal hygiene is achievable with the Hi-Loo, that has both a recess at the front and rear of the seat. It also comes in a choice of two fixed height models or an angled version that’s designed for people with impaired hip or knee mobility, making it easier for them to rise from.
The Elevated toilet seat with removable arms is constructed from heavy-duty moulded plastic, making it one of the most durable and strenuous designs. The armrests are designed with foam padding for extra comfort and thanks to an improved locking device it has an excellent safe and secure fit.
For those who find it difficult or painful to bend, sit down or stand up, an everyday routine like using the toilet can become disrupted and daunting. But thanks to this line of raised toilet seats you can make all the difference, offering someone a little more freedom and independence. Shop the range now.
High / Raised Toilet Seats FAQs
What is a raised toilet seat?
A raised toilet seat is an assistive device designed to increase the height of standard toilet seats.
It is placed on top of the existing toilet seat to provide a higher position for individuals who may have difficulty sitting down or standing up from a low toilet.
Who can benefit from a high toilet seat?
High toilet seats can be beneficial for many groups of people!
Individuals recovering from surgery: Procedures involving the lower body, including hip replacements and knee surgeries, can have a lengthy recovery time. But a raised toilet seat can aid recovery by reducing strain and minimising discomfort during toileting.
What features should I look for in a disabled toilet seat?
Look for the following features when picking the right accessible toilet seat:
Compatibility: Verify that the raised toilet seat is compatible with your specific toilet. While most models are designed to fit standard toilets, it's essential to check the specifications or consult the manufacturer to ensure compatibility. Some models may have specific requirements or limitations, such as elongated toilets or special mounting systems.
Are high toilet seats compatible with all toilets?
High toilet seats are typically compatible with most standard toilets, but you should always check the manufacturer's specifications to confirm.
Although many raised toilet seats are designed to fit most toilets, variations in toilet shapes, sizes, and mounting systems may affect compatibility. Before purchasing your model, consider the following:
Mounting system: Different brands of raised toilet seats may use various mounting systems, such as clamps, brackets, or adjustable brackets. You’ll need to ensure the mounting system of the seat is compatible with your toilet; if not, some models have adjustable brackets that accommodate different toilet sizes and shapes.
Are raised seats for the toilet easy to clean?
Raised toilet seats are designed to be easy to clean! Most models have smooth surfaces and are made with materials that can be easily cleaned or wiped down.
The plastic or resin materials used in their construction are often non-porous, which prevents staining and makes cleaning more convenient. Below, we’ve listed a few tips for keeping your raised toilet seat in tip-top condition:
Pay attention to crevices or joints: Inspect and clean any crevices, joints, or hinges of the raised toilet seat. Use a soft brush or toothbrush to reach tight areas and remove accumulated dirt or debris.
Is there a weight limit for these high seats for the toilet?
Yes, there is typically a weight limit for raised toilet seats.
The weight limit refers to the maximum weight the toilet seat can safely support without compromising its stability or structural integrity. However, if no maximum user weight is specified, the toilet seat suits users of all sizes.