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By Wheelchair user
About Me Homeowner
Comments about Lap Table:
Need to use towell under to make level
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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Lap Table -- so many uses!
By my Dutch
from St Margarets Bay, N.S., Canada
A versatile, light weight tray,easy to clean, that is stable and dripproof with a drink holder. Was recommended to me by a client during my work as a community health carer. Offers a stable surface while sitting to do writing, card playing or having a meal. A handicapped friend also wanted one as she would be able to work and eat from her lap while in her wheelchair. Personally use the lap tray for our meals outside on the deck. Now working on hubby to serve me breakfast in bed on the lap tray!
THE PILLOW IS NOT FILLED ENOUGH
from FRIPP ISLAND, SC
THE FILLING OF THE PILLOW IS VERY THIN AND NOT ENOUGH TO HOLD THE TRAY STEADY. ALSO, THE TRAY IS VERY SLICK AND THE PLATE SLIDES OFF IF THE TRAY IS NOT LEVEL.
Bottom Line No, I would not recommend this to a friend
By Betty Boop
I bought this for my husband, since he love's to eat and watch TV in the living room. He sit's this on our coffee table and he sits on the sofa and it works great. Before he always used just a pillow to balance his plates(paper plates). With this I'm feeling a lot better that it's not going to tip and dump everything on the table and floor.
perfect for all ages
from South Carolina
Lap tray is perfect for my elderly mother who likes a snack while watching TV but needed something to put everyone on, especially her milk. Thanks
(3 of 3 customers found this review helpful)
Don't waste your money
By ms may
About Me Renter
I did like the edges that hold pens for writing, just don't use the cup holder, or with a plate for eating, it tipped over. What a mess. Would not let a older person use it.
from seymour, CT
When a hot plate is placed on it the plastic bows up and the plate slides around. The padding os loose and unsupportive
By Twinkle Toes ('tis the truth.)
from Oklahoma City, OK
My best friend and I are both in our mid 70s and when he visits, he always takes the evening meal in the living room while watching TV.I had tried a little table in front of his chair--but that didn't work for him. I had ordered the stablelap table and it works perfectly for him. It provides a more solid surface for his plate,etc.and helps to keeps him happy while he's watching TV. I'm glad I found this in the catalog. It's often the little things in life that count--and makes life a little easier.