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The Dignity Lifts XL1 Extra Large toilet lift is designed to help larger people use the toilet independently. The XL1 is a strong, sturdy, and durable toilet lift that can lift people as heavy as 650 lbs. This lift not only helps the user stay independent but also helps any caregivers lift them off of the toilet. Our XL1 Bariatric Toilet Lift helps you keep your dignity and prevents bathroom falls. Dignity Lifts are the smart way to remain in your home as long as possible. The XL1 is our highest capacity model.

Dignity Lifts help you get down to and up from the toilet easily. The XL1 Bariatric Toilet Lift gives you a slow and steady lift back to the upright position. It takes a brief 26 seconds for this lift to get you from fully seated to a standing position. A sturdy base and strong handles ensure you'll be able to do this without the need for a helper.

Features Include:

  • 4 wide feet make it sturdy and stable
  • Dual lifting actuators for strength and reliability
  • Four parallel 4-bar linkages for strength and durability
  • Easy to use wired remote
  • Provides 9" of lift
  • Works with 16"-18" tall toilet bowls (most home toilets)
  • 650 lb. capacity
  • Plugs into the wall.
  • 30" Wide overall, with removable arms for added room.

Dignity Lifts prevent falls.Bathroom falls are especially dangerous because there are many hard surfaces. You need a safe, steady way to stand up. Toilet lifts won't leave you lightheaded. The Dignity Lifts XL1 is a steady, safe way to stand up or to help lift a patient up.

When is a good time to consider a dignity lift? One sign you will benefit from using our lift is when you start using a walker. The need to steady yourself when walking is an indication that you will probably also need assistance standing after using the toilet. You should also consider a dignity lift if you have trouble standing up from a seated position. Many customers buy a toilet lift when they are faced with the possibility of moving into assisted living. People we speak with want to stay in their homes. They don't want to move, so getting a lift to help them off the toilet makes sense.

Toilet Lifts Can Save You Money. We try to make our lifts as affordable as possible, and this is our most affordable model. It is also far more affordable than the alternatives. The average price for a room in Assisted Living in the USA is now over $4,500 a month and is even more for bariatric patients, this doesn't include the cost of moving you in, cleaning up your old house, and selling everything. Another expensive alternative is full time care. Finally, even diapering is more expensive that purchasing a toilet lift. 

The Dignity Lift XL1 works with most toilets. It will work with toilets that have bowl/rim heights of 16 inches all the way up to 18 inch bowl heights. The lift adjusts with its adjustable feet. (more info here)

The Dignity Lifts XL1 fits in many bathrooms, but you should check. This toilet lift is extra large so it has an overall width of 29 7/8" and a depth of 27". The toilet nook in houses is supposed to be at least 30" (per building code) but many are not that wide. This lift is our widest toilet lift, so it needs 15" from the CENTER of the toilet to each side wall. If you don't have 30" of width, perhaps one of our other lifts is better or you may need to do some bathroom modification.  (more info here)

The Dignity Lifts XL1 will lift you. This bariatric lift has a weight limit of 650 pounds. It isn't easy to make a lift that will handle 650 pounds, so there are a few slight compromises. 

  • The strongest toilet seat we could find can only handle a maximum 450 pounds. Users between 450-650 pounds can use the lift with the plastic seat removed and the patient sitting right on the painted metal platform.
  • The distance between handles is 25", which is about 6 inches wider than most office chairs and our other lifts. If that is not wide enough, the arms can also be pivoted backward to get them out of your way. Finally, if you need more space, the arms can also be removed.

The XL1 will stand you up. The lift raises the back of the toilet seat 9 inches. Typically the lift begins at 18" and ends at 27" tall. 

Installing a Dignity Lift is easy. It is as simple as removing your current toilet seat and putting the Dignity Lift XL1 in its place. The XL1 is a little heavy, so you want to make sure the installer can lift 90 pounds, but once in place, it is extremely stable and secure. If you don't think you are able to install the lift yourself, we offer White Glove Delivery as well. We also offer installation videos (see below) so you or your handyman will have no trouble installing your toilet lift.

The XL1 plugs into the wall. Be sure the plug is on a GFI circuit (bathroom circuits require this to prevent electrical shocks). If you have a plug near your toilet, maybe one you use for a blow dryer or shaver, that will work. Do not run an extension cord from a different room to power your Dignity Lift. Outlets outside the bathroom are not safe for applications that are close to water.

Here at Dignity Lifts we are happy you are considering our products. We want to help you Stand Up, For Yourself.

Next Steps:

  1. Find out if your bathroom will fit a lift using This guide.
  2. Find out if it will work with your toilet? Our lift works with almost all toilets. Check to see here.
  3. Click the Add To Cart Button and place your order.

Installation Information:

Here is a link to the owner's manual, installation instructions for our bariatric toilet lift.

Here is our Use and Installation Video for the Dignity Lifts Basic Lift - BL1, which is very similar. The XL1 Lift Installation Video is coming soon.

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Customer Reviews

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Kraig S.
Perfect for our facility

I work in a rehab that specializes in bariatric patients. Well, it doesn't say that on the door, but we are one of the few facilities around that doesn't refuse them, so we get quite a few. Getting a very larger, highly immobile person off the toilet is incredibly hard. Even in our newly built facility, there is so little room in the bathroom that getting 3 helpers in there with the patient is impossible. This lift is a lifesaver for the OTs and the CNAs. We bought one of them and it is so needed. I am hoping we get a few of them because that patient is getting much better care than the other ones mainly because it doesn't feel like risking your life to go help her.

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