For those looking to easily adjust the position of an overbed table or move it aside when not in use, an overbed table with wheels is a fantastic option as it is incredibly easy to manoeuvre. The choices in our range all feature large wheels that glide smoothly over wooden and carpet surfaces for convenient use.
For those spending an extended period of time in bed, an overbed table provides a useful and beneficial surface for food, books, electronic devices, and more. We have an extensive range of overbed tables at Complete Care Shop to suit your or your loved one’s individual needs. Our selection includes tilting, split top, and table valet options to choose from, as well as multiple colourways.
With over 75 years of experience in the industry, NRS Healthcare supplies a wide range of independent living aids that have supported people for decades. You can trust that their choice of overbed tables will deliver quality as a result, with innovative products designed by experts.
At Complete Care Shop, we’re determined to help and support you. We’re a reliable supplier of high-quality overbed tables. If you have any questions about our products, please don’t hesitate to contact us.
Over bed tables FAQs
Some overbed tables come with cup holders, while others do not. It depends on the design and features of the specific table. Cup holders can be a convenient feature, especially for people who will be using the table for meals or drinks while in bed.
Moveable, height adjustable tables designed to be used with chairs/wheelchairs and beds, including divan beds and hospital profiling beds.
Overbed tables can be tilted so someone can read or use a tablet. They have "lips" to prevent items falling off. Some overbed tables have a "split top" so part of the table can be tilted leaving another section flat if you wanted to keep a drink there as well.
Those who spend long periods of time in bed or a chair may benefit from using an overbed table. Overbed tables can be used to eat meals from, read books/tablets. They can also support people who would need to work as they provide a flat surface for a laptop.
If using it with a bed/chair, there are a few things to consider:
If you'll be using it with a wheelchair, make sure you select one with a curved base.
It's worth noting that overbed tables don't come with brakes as they are designed to be pushed away. Having brakes could cause entrapment if someone does not have the capacity to move them away themselves.