Very hard to pull outBensonVery hard to pull out and easy snap. Replaced second one and same condition very bad for elder use.2
Terrible.KateI love the colour and it’s sturdy but folding it is a total nightmare. I can’t actually do it without flipping it over and using an arm and leg and all my strength. Totally non functional as a folding table.1
Pooer Quality already brokenArunthe legs pulling mechanism is too tight and it broke already1
Does what it saysgordonEasy to assemble and sturdy design5
Klipsk food tryGerardVery nice good quality5
Study tableMirellaUsing this table to take my studies to the beach, loving it.
Only downside: a bit too narrow in width, hence only 4 and not 5 stars!
Thanks Ikea, I'll be back!4
Convenient and easy to store!!RaquelConvenient and easy to store!!5
breakfast trayColleenvery sturdy and easy to flatten and hide away5
Great value for moneyLisaExactly what I was looking for5
too high for meChungtoo high for me1
Very sturdyNicolaBought a Klipsk as a raised food tray for our greyhound. Absolutely perfect. Right height, very sturdy, extremely easy to clean. If it is so sturdy for a greyhound, I assume it would be great as a breakfast / bed tray for humans!5
Good buyRANJIT S.Good buy4
will be returning this item.Susanwill be returning this item. was too large.3
KlipskSueliI love the Color blue.4
Rubbish tableMarcusBroken hinge after second use not made very well1
Very value for moneyWingVery value for money5
Not adjustableJuliaWould work better if height was adjustable.3
If only this was height adjustable...LokeThe default and only height when the legs are locked are too tall for my use.
Needs version with a few, lockable height levels.
Good build quality though.3
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A comfier everyday
KLIPSK bed tray lets you read and have your coffee too, as the groove at the back easily holds your book or tablet. And don’t worry about spilling! The bed tray stands steady even on soft surfaces.