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Your Guide To Buying a Bed Rail

By Yehudah Posnick

    A bed rail is useful for adults who have limitations on their mobility, to help them get in and out of bed. There are bed rails that are made specially for the elderly, whereas there are others that are made to help people who have suffered an accident or underwent an operation. There are also bed rails for youth beds—for children who are too old for a crib, but you're still afraid that they might accidentally roll out of bed and hurt themselves. Some bed rails are considered medical devices and have to receive approval, whereas others can be bought without a prescription. Here is a guide to the best bed rails on the market.

    • Adult Portable Bed Rails: This can be attached and removed from the bed. It is not usually designed as part of the bed by the manufacturer. They come in a variety of forms:

      • Bed side rails: These can extend the entire length of the bed, or just a half or a quarter of the full length.

      • Bed handles: These are bars or rings that allow a person some leverage when trying to get out of bed.

    • Portable Bed Rails for Children: These are for children from ages 2-5 who can get in and out of bed without assistance, but have a bed rail as a precaution to prevent falling. There are also special regulations regarding these bed rails: for example, that they should have any sharp edges, nor should they have a gap between the mattress and the rail, which could trap the child.

    • Hospital Bed Rails: These are accessories to a hospital bed, and have to meet special regulations and requirements.

    Based on all the consumers' reviews we've scanned, these are the top things they mentioned about their new stuff:

    • Easy installation: The Munchkin bed rail is supposed to be easy to construct and attach to the bed. But some find the Regalo difficult to construct: It can take as much as a hour, and has many small parts.

    • Easy when traveling: There are youth bed rails that even come with a carrying case. That's especially useful if you travel with your children, and you still want the safety of a bed rail where they'll be sleeping.

    • No gap between the rail and the mattress: A major safety hazard is a gap between the rail and the mattress. Young children (below 2 years of age) have been trapped and have suffocated as a result. A bed rail should be used only for a child that can get in and out of bed unassisted.

    • Height and width: You should be concerned about the height of the rail, so that a child will not roll over the railing. The Munchkin bed rail is 18 inches high, and extends 36 inches along the length of the bed. The Stander bed rail is for adults, and can be raised to 23 inches high.

    • Easy to get in and out of bed: The Munchkin bed rail also features a push button folding hinge, which allows you to raise and lower the rail.

    • Material: The Munchkin bed rail is made from an aluminum frame that is padded, for extra safety. The rail itself is a mesh, so it doesn't look as imposing as a hospital bed rail. Regalo and Hiccapup also make bed rails from foam rubber, which you can cover with a bed sheet, discretely hiding it away. It offers “passive safety”, since the child hardly notices that it's there. It also doesn't make the child feel “caged in”.

    • Adjustable: The Stander EZ Adjust Bed Rail can be extended the length of the bed. You can keep it at half-length part of the time, to assist in getting out of bed, and the extend it to full length while sleeping.

    • Hide away feature: Some bed rails can be collapsed and slid under the mattress, totally out of view, and only taken out when going to sleep.

    • Sturdy construction: The mesh of the Regalo or the Munchkin bed rails is lightweight, but still very sturdy. Other bed rails feature a stainless steel frame.

    • Reversible: There are bed frames, such as the Stander, which can be placed on either side of the bed.

    Zinusare makers of compressed and rolled mattresses. They were founded in 1996, and are located in San Leandro, California. They make mattresses, bed frames, headboards, box springs, pillows and bed protectors, and more.

    Standerwas founded by Troy and Jan Miller in 1998. Jan Miller's original idea was to make sleeping aids to assist her grandmother in getting in and out of bed, as well as functioning around the house. Stander's bed rails are useful also for people who have undergone reconstructive surgery and have mobility problems. Their products are useful in the bathroom, bedroom, living room, and car.

    Regaloare makers of bed rails, as well as portable beds and chairs for toddlers, to secure them into their bed without concern that they'll fall out. Regalo also makes gates for houses with stairs, as well as walk-through gates.

    Munchkinwas founded in Los Angeles, California, and are makers of baby and child care products: bottles, cups, bath and travel products. They make bed rails for the transition period when toddlers start to sleep in a youth bed. They make a colorful series of bed rails which fold out of the way easily and provide maximum security.

    Hiccapop—are based in Palo Alto, California, and sell sleep bumpers: a foam rubber bed rail, that can fit on a variety of bed sizes: twin, double, queen, and king size.