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    awesome table on wheels from CVS

    I was at CVS pharmacy picking up prescriptions and found this awesome table in their isle of "back to school / college" stuff. For $15 I figured it wsa worth it and I could toss if it was junk. It's the best purchase in a long time. It rolls under the bed, couch, and my chair with ease. Tabletop has tilt adjustable...great for holding a plate and then my I-pad. Only drawback is height-adjustable is knotches so you have to pick what level; but there are 2 that work with my chair.

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    Nice find, thanks for sharing.

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    Oh my god, I paid more than $100 for my Invacare over-the-bed hospital table. That looks great. $15 bucks is a crazy good price. Has it been strong enough for what you're putting on it?

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    A great buy for $15. It would be great for a laptop computer, etc.
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    So far its been plenty strong. In the angled position I've used it with an iPad and netbook at same time. I also put my full size laptop to see if it'd hold it. In the flat position I've put heavy full dinner plate with 2 cups and misc stuff and it hasn't wobbled. Apparently my also put all my hand weights on it when vacumming the floor...i think that's around 11-12 pounds. The 2 wheels closest you lock also. I've been able to push it around the carpeted living room with stuff on it in flat position without much work. My mom assembled it, but I probably could've...we just happened to get it day I came home from surgery. I can loosen & tighten both adjusting knobs and I have poor finger grasp. It looked like the expensive hospital tables I've seen online but is sold as a computer table for college kids, so way cheaper.
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    Access?

    Don't you caster hit.the.bottom.support? Does it sit.right over your lap?

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    Quote Originally Posted by new dimension View Post
    Don't you caster hit.the.bottom.support? Does it sit.right over your lap?
    My chair is too wide to fit both casters in between the bars on th table. Instead I put one leg under my footplate and then the other part of the table goes around the outside of my chair.

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