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Assist-A-Tray

Assist-A-Tray

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A must have standing aid for anyone with impaired balance, back pain or recent surgery.

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AST2050
Stander
  • Ergonomic transfer handle makes standing and sitting easy and safe.
  • Multi-use laptop or TV tray with cup holder and utensil compartment.
  • Super grip rubber pads ensure stability and protect floor from damage.
  • Quick and easy assembly.
The Assist-A-Tray is two products in one! This innovative mobility aid is designed to assist you getting in and out of your couch or chair as well as provide a convenient lap desk that swivels 360 degrees out of the way when it isn't in use.

The Assist-A-Tray is a must have for anyone with impaired balance, arthritis back pain or recent surgery. Fully adjustable in both height and length, the Assist-A-Tray can be used by people of varying heights.

The solid footrests adjust in length to fit securely under the legs on either side of your favorite chair or sofa, firmly stabilizing the safety handle as you raise or lower yourself. The durable, solid, birchwood tray (with cupholder and utensil space) swivels 360°. Super-grip rubber pads protect the floor. Easy assembly - everything you need is included. Works well with most any couch, chair, recliner, or lift chair.

PDF Logo Standers Assist-A-Tray Assembly Instructions

Assist-A-Tray Specifications:

  • Tray height adjusts: 26 to 32 inches.
  • Handle height adjusts: 34 to 40 inches.
  • Handle dimensions: 6 x 6 inches, 1.25 inch diameter.
  • Base length adjusts: 20 to 36 inches.
  • Weight: 19.5 lbs.
  • Tray weight limit: 30 lbs.
  • Handle weight limit: 250 lbs.
  • Tray measures: 18 inches wide, 13 inches deep.
  • WARNING: Important information for California residents
Ms
I have had many positive compliments on my assist-a-tray. I have forwarded your company name/website, even posted pics. This simple tray/cane has been helpful when I just don't have good balance. I can remain independent longer.
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Reviewed by:  from Oklahoma. on 3/17/2016
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Mrs.
I bought this table/tray for my disabled husband for Christmas. We aren’t very impressed! For one thing it really doesn’t fit under his lift chair & every time he goes to lower the seat to a level or lower position it causes the whole chair to “thud.” The black stability bar on the tray table base interferes with it functioning properly because the chair frame is at ground level. He can’t bring the chair all the way to a standing position even with the tray out of the way. We worked all day in every way possible trying to set it up so that he might not use the functionality of his chair & still be able to use the Assist-A-Tray. Granted the bar on the tray helps him stand, but he has to use his cane in one hand & the bar in the other because he can no longer use the lift chair as a lift chair! We are not happy & consider the purchase a waste of money. The tray itself serves it purpose as does the assist bar, but that’s it! Not a good design for a lift chair.
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Reviewed by:  from Fort McCoy, Fl. on 1/16/2018
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