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daniel t. from tacoma, wa (caregiver)
This low overbed table provides a lower height which is ideal for the patient, who has difficulty raising her arm. The instruction manual wasn't v
Metal supporting structure and frame are excellent quality. Nice and sturdy and solid.
Have been using it for about one (1) month now and haven't noticed any weakness in its operation.
Reviewed on 05/21/2015
richard s. from fayetteville, nc
Age: 73; Wheelchair bound with Ataxia.
Instructions for putting the item together did not match the hardware included with the item. Was totaly different. Hardware did match the item, so was no problem figuring it out! Would have been a problem for someone without mechanical ability!
Reviewed on 12/31/2014
gloria g. from notthridge, ca
Reviewed on 01/10/2013
patricia s. from grass valley, ca (caregiver)
I bought it for my sister who needed to put her closed circuit tv on it as she is visually impaired.
It is strong enough to hold the closed circuit tv. When nothing is on top of it, it easily slides up and down.
My sister isn't able to adjust the height when her closed circuit tv is on it due to the weight. We bought it because it was strong enough but didn't consider that adjusting it with weight on it is nearly impossible. It is also top-heavy which isn't the fault of the product.
Reviewed on 12/19/2012
calvin t. from honolulu, hi
the stand is very sturdy and strong
maybe the table could be a little more solid
Reviewed on 04/23/2011
jeannette l. from kahului, hi
Instruction Manual. It is difficult to read and I was and still not able to insert the parts to make the table raise or lower; there is no instruction for this area.
Reviewed on 04/19/2011