Non-Tilt Overbed Table * Easy to assemble. * Table top is locked securely when height adjustment handle is released. * Walnut, wood grain laminated top. * Table top may be raised or lowered in infinite positions amidst 28″-45″. * Chrome-plated steel (“H”) base provides security and stability. * Swivel casters concede for easy maneuverability. * Limited Lifetime Warranty. * Table height most eminent 47″ – lowest 30″. * Table surface width 30″ – depth 15″. * Overall width at base 26.5″ – depth 15.5″. * Weighs 22 lbs. * Weight capacity 25 lbs.
- Amazon Sales Rank: #6792 in Health and Beauty
- Brand: MedMobile
- Model: PT8603
- Number of items: 1
- Dimensions: 22.00 pounds
- Table top may be raised or lowered in infinite positions amongst 28″-45″.
- Swivel casters grant for easy maneuverability.
- Weight capacity 25 lbs.
- Table top is locks securely.
58 of 58 people found the following review helpful.
Worth Every Penny
By M. A. Ramos
I am bed bound for 10-18 hours a day when not lucky enough to be placed in my wheelchair. And I wanted to use my real computer and not my very old laptop that can not play games. I looked for overbed tables for a couple of years and they where all too expensive. This same model locally is in the hundreds of dollars price range. So I thought I would give it a try when I saw it here on Amazon…and it was the same table. It shipped extremely fast and a friend of mine using only hand tools had the table assembled and tested in under five minutes (and he did not rush nor look at instructions).
The table delivers all it promises and more. It is spring loaded and locks in place at the height you desire. And this is one of the very few tables that has a large variety for the table tops height placement. You just press on the handle to release the lock mechanism and it will rise or if you wish to lower it just slight pressure toward the support on the table surface will lower it. I am weak now and I can easily control this table. It is perfect for its designed function, being a hospital bed table. I actually have a 24″ computer monitor, a keyboard and mouse on it and still have plenty of room for 2 remotes with room left over. I surf the web, play games and rest books on it. And when I am done for the night I just push/roll it out of the way and go to sleep. This is a sturdy table and better than most $100+ ones I saw. I am very pleased with this.
14 of 14 people found the following review helpful.
Assembly a test of patience
This table seems to have several listings and the prices change/vary. If you’re not in a rush, shop around. I paid $50. Contrary to some photos, the top is the very darkest brown — looks black.
You will need a 5/8 wrench and a Phillips screwdriver for assembly.
Assembly: from the instruction on the outside of the box, I thought I was supposed to remove the black screw first thing. Whoosh! That pops it up to max height. Fortunately no body parts were in the way. You are actually supposed to remove it last. But if you removed it early as I did, do not despair. If I succeeded after that, anyone can.
When I removed the dreaded black screw, evidently, the trip rod (thinnest piece) fell on the floor and I did not realize I needed to put it back in, because it is not really called out in the instructions. If you see the thin rod lying around, immediately thread it into the hole at the top of the column before proceeding. It will protrude slightly from the top hole (inside the column). This is how it gets moved by the trip lever.
The instructions I printed from the Net (did not come with any) were inaccurate as well as mysterious. You’ll figure this out, but the trip lever is installed with the long hex screw (14 on instructions) and nut (half of item 4; you will never use the screw part of #4). Thread the hex screw through the trip lever only after you have inserted the trip lever into the column. You may think the protruding trip rod will prevent threading the screw through the trip lever, but it won’t, even though you can’t see that.
If you don’t feel the trip lever engage the trip rod after you have tightened the screw and the nut (assuming that you have removed the black screw for this test), the table is not going to adjust at all. If you don’t feel this connection, first make sure that the rod is inside the column and protruding slightly as above, but also check to see that the 2 bolts connecting the table top to the top bracket are tight. It was only after I tightened these that I was finally able to adjust the table, which was showing no vertical mobility up to that point.
There is very little tolerance on this item; I also had to disassemble the bolts on the bottom and start over (the ones that connect the base to the column) because the slightest bit of crookedness resulted in a significant wobble. When it’s right, you will know. (A koan for any occasion…)
I installed the casters before connecting the column to the base because I wanted to make sure things were level before making the caster installation more awkward. Then I leaned the tabletop against the couch to connect the base. There’s something in the instructions relating to the hex screw after you install the casters. That part makes no sense, since you used the screw with the trip lever. Just ignore it; the casters pop on as with other items.
After the prolonged assembly process, the table seems sturdy enough.
14 of 14 people found the following review helpful.
This is very convenient and helpful. Beats piling everything up on your nightstand. Less stretching to get things because you can put things right in front of you instead of stretching off to the side. Can easily keep things at your fingertips. Great for mealtimes too. The table easily adjusts upwards. I figured out the trick to get it to go down easily. Just press the release lever and the table on the same side simultaneously. If you you try to press both sides of the table together, it won’t go down.
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