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peggy w. from odenville, al (caregiver)
Needed an adjustable table for the lift chair so that he could eat sitting in the chair when needed.
Able to swing out of the way and adjustable height.
Could use a few more specifics in putting the table together & a sticker code ( A goes into B). Had to put a piece of wood under the other leg so it wouldn't sit tilted. (Could have been a Tip.)
Reviewed on 02/07/2017
russell c. from tazewell, tn
I am a 68 year old male that weighs 300 lbs. And has much arthritis with three screws in my left hip from childhood.
An over chair table that swivels away plus up and down movement is handy for a lot of activities including eating.
Table top is slick and has no edge so things slide off when I swing it to get up.
Reviewed on 01/01/2017
vincent c. from coraopolis, pa
Disabled Vietnam veteran
It has a strong base, keeping it from falling over
Very difficult to adjust table height.
Reviewed on 12/16/2016
elford c. from plant city, fl
Difficulty standing up from seated position, so nice to have a large tray in front of me.
Tray is nice and large.
Would like the tray edge to be higher so things would have less chance of falling off.
Reviewed on 09/21/2016
william g. from montgomery, tx (caregiver)
MS - Secondary Primary Progressive female. Can no longer walk or use hands/arms very well (tremors). Must be fed meals.
Strength, Flexibility(top turns 360), appearance
Table doesn't need magazine rack (too difficult for patient to move table to get to it and most lift chairs have their own pockets on the side for books). Also, I had to pull the whole stand forward so it sticks out about 6 inches in front of the chair (I love tripping on this...NOT!) in order to have the table sit correctly in front of my patient without cutting her in the stomach. She is only 130 lbs so I don't know how anyone this weight or more could use this product and have the table sit correctly in front of them (e.g., to eat off of)and have the bottom of the stand in the place shown in the diagram. To accomplish this the vertical rod just under the table top would have to be modified to have a jag in it to take the table further from the patient while leaving the stand base under the chair as intended. My jag can be described as follows: Draw a 1" vertical straight line, at the top of that line draw a 1" to the right, now at the right side of that line draw a 1" line straight up. You'd probably need the jag to be 6-8" to have a really GREAT product.
Reviewed on 09/16/2016
rebecca a j. from charlotte, nc
very well made
Not easy for every body to put together.
Reviewed on 05/08/2016
tom s. from delta, co (caregiver)
Reviewed on 04/20/2016
catherine b. from grand island, ny
Reviewed on 02/04/2016
marjorie l. from los altos, ca
I am 92, and although I'm in very good health, I had a very bad fall in Feb. 2015, suffering a badly broken wrist and two pelvic fractures.
The table is excellent and is most useful.
I haven't found any weaknesses.
Reviewed on 10/03/2015
edith s. from winston salem, nc
69 year old female that has degenerated discs in the spine and needs to sit frequently, so the swing table is perfect for computer, phone and stuff.
Reviewed on 09/16/2015