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By don't have one
from Brick, NJ
Comments about One-Handed Tray:
I use it to carry my meal into the next room. It's OK but could be sturdier.
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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Great for people with disabilities.
By dutch cg
from Kenner, LA
Keeps me from spilling food or anything that I have to carry on it and it has a convenient handle. Being disabled, I am very grateful to find helpful aids such as this to assist in my daily routine.
GREAT!! Especially for handicapped person
from kenner, LA
Keeps me from spilling things.
from IDAHO SPRINGS, CO
I eat in my living room off the coffee table and used to have to make a few trips back and forth. Now this sturdy tray handles everything and the arms are so easy to take off!
from huntingtion beach ca.
I use the tray to replace a cardboard box. It is functional and attractive. I can use one hand and keep the other for balance. It is a perfect fit for my walker. It is perfect as a dinner, lunch tray on my patio, My care giver is not embarrassed when entertaining guests and suggest it better than a box.
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from Newport News, VA.
I am a caregiver. I carry food up 15 steps several times a day. I keep my balance holding on to the railing with one hand. Washes well. I love it !!!!!.
(4 of 4 customers found this review helpful)
Good idea, so-so execution
from Southern Oregon
I like the idea of the one-handed tray, but a couple of things need to be modified. The tray surface does not prevent dishes from sliding. A slightly softer surface (like thin foam rubber or something) would be better. Perhaps some kind of clamp to keep cups or glasses from sliding. The handle is hard to attach. Requires more strength than I have in my hands. I will make do with this, but would like to see modifications made.