Lisa's portable grab bar attached to her sink, which is a smooth, non-porous, white, ceramic surface. The bar is white with gray fastening clips and gray around the suction cups.
A view showing the bottom of the suction cup grab bar -- two white suction circles. The bottom of the handle of the grab bar is also visible, revealing a dark gray, textured grip.
Another view of the grab bar sitting on the white sink, with the clips released.
The logo "equate" shows on the handle.
The logo "MHI" shows on the handle. This is a Safe-er Grip product.
  • Load image into Gallery viewer, Lisa's portable grab bar attached to her sink, which is a smooth, non-porous, white, ceramic surface. The bar is white with gray fastening clips and gray around the suction cups.
  • Load image into Gallery viewer, A view showing the bottom of the suction cup grab bar -- two white suction circles. The bottom of the handle of the grab bar is also visible, revealing a dark gray, textured grip.
  • Load image into Gallery viewer, Another view of the grab bar sitting on the white sink, with the clips released.
  • Load image into Gallery viewer, The logo "equate" shows on the handle.
  • Load image into Gallery viewer, The logo "MHI" shows on the handle. This is a Safe-er Grip product.

Portable Balance Assist Bar

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Safe-er Grip
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Important note: 

Any sort of weight-bearing product like balance assist bars, handles, or grab bars are a major safety concern if not installed or used correctly. While a suction product like these portable handles might be useful for assistance in places where a permanent grab bar is not an option, it is important that they are not relied upon to bear full weight, and that they are tested for a secure hold before every use. If this device is required to bear full body weight, or is used for leverage, it is recommended that a traditional permanently mounted grab bar be installed. Please read all safety and installation instructions carefully to consider whether this type of product is right for you.

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Product Review by Lisa: (meet our full team, here)

They are inexpensive (I paid about 25 dollars at Walmart). They are a good size to be able to throw into a suitcase or a travel bag. Like I said, I don't travel without them. They have a great ergonomic grip. I honestly don't know how much weight they will support. The only con I can think about them is that they don't work unless they are on a solid surface that has no air pockets.

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Video Review by Lisa: 

 

Buy the Balance Assist Bar:

Note: our reviewer, Lisa, uses two different brands of these portable handles. We share both of them below.

Safe-er Grip 12" Balance Assist Bar on Amazon

Equate Bed and Bath Grip Bar Bathtub and Shower Handle on WalMart Website

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