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79 of 81 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Yes, Virginia, the screws do fit., February 5, 2011
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N. J. Simicich (Labelle, FL United States) - See all my reviews
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OK, I read the review which claimed that the screws didn't fit. I am in a nursing home and need a toilet assist bar to be able to come home, and I am not able, in my current condition, to install permanent wall bars. So I ordered this, and when both my wife and my daughter claimed that the nuts would not fit on the screws, I was concerned, having read that review.

But then I saw the nuts and screws. The nuts are a type of nut that is typically called a "nylon lock nut" although these do not have nylon inserts, they have plastic inserts, which I presume are a tenth of a cent cheaper for 20 nuts. You will either need a socket or a six inch adjustable wrench to install these items. It will also help if you have a good #2 Phillips screwdriver. They take some force to install, but the force does not progress. That is, you force the screw in and the inserts push out of the way, and fit into the threads. This sort of item is typically used where there is vibration, to stop... Read more

2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Flimsy but solves the problem exactly as expected., March 29, 2015
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Pinksneakers (NorthEast, USA) - See all my reviews
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Depends what you expect for the money! The magazine rack is comical and made the trash upon arrival. Is it flimsy? Yes, however it does get the job done! My 89 year old mother wanted it and there is no room in her bathroom or budget for rails to be installed. It DOES help her stand up from the toilet and that's exactly what its supposed to do. Its cheaply made but putting it together was not an issue. Screws are to long but doesn't affect it. If you have someone who can hacksaw them off, that would be good but if not, its still fine. No it isn't made well enough for the kids to be hanging off of however, it works for her to get that help she needs to rise up. We tried the raised toilet seat and she HATED that, so this does the trick much better. It is worth exactly what you paid for it and it DOES get the job done so what more can you expect for $36 bucks.

1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars I can't find one thing wrong with this one, July 28, 2016
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Very sturdy product to have for getting on & off the potty. It was very easy to assemble & a better product then using the Essential Medical Supply Elevated Toilet Seat. I tried to Elevated toilet seat at first & it slid around & felt like you were going to break the toilet. This just slides next to your toilet & when you apply pressure to get up or down it don't move. I needed this due to a foot surgery that I couldn't apply any pressure on so it was a big help getting up & down.

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