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I recommend this sturdy walker tray, which attaches to the front edge of the walker and folds when not in use. By attaching to the front, and not the top of the walker, you can continue to walk inside the frame as you usually would. The deep beverage holders are sized to hold either a glass or cup, or your cell phone or keys, to keep everything handy. This tray works on any straight front walker that are 17 inches wide between the handles. It is mounted without using any tools, utilizing four simple clips. This easy-to-use tray allows you more independence when carrying your things.
The DMI Fold Away Walker Tray fits any walker frame that are 17"-19" wide between the handles and has a straight or prow-shaped front. The tray mounts easily with adjustable clips that snap on and off. Constructed of lightweight, durable plastic, this walker tray features two recessed drink holders and raised edges to prevent spills and items from falling off. When not in use, simply fold it down and out of the way.
Installing a tray on your loved one's walker helps provide independence and confidence. Your loved one will be able to carry meals and other items on his or her own and will not have to be waited on. Doing tasks around the house will be much simpler.
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Perfect for helping my brother be more independent after a femur break. He can now make his own food and drinks again and get them from point A to point B. He uses paper plates so I can't comment on using heavy dishes, but it has been plenty sturdy for what he needs.