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Foldable legs make the bed tray easy to store without taking up extra space.

Delivery and assembly prices not included.Article number102.890.86

Product details

MRP Rs.1,048 (incl. tax)

Foldable legs make the bed tray easy to store without taking up extra space.

You can stand your tablet or book securely in the groove.

Charging your tablet is simple, as the bed tray has a hole for the cable.

Maximum load for the bed tray is 5 kg.

The material in this product may be recyclable. Please check the recycling rules in your community and if recycling facilities exist in your area.


Marcus Arvonen

Country of Origin

India, Turkey

Article number102.890.86
  • Polypropylene plastic

    Wipe clean with a damp cloth.

  • BPA (Bisphenol A) free

  • Assembly instructionsKLIPSK Bed tray102.890.86


Length: 56 cm (22 ")

Width: 36 cm (14 ¼ ")

Height: 26 cm (10 ¼ ")

    Bed trayArticle no102.890.86

    Width: 36 cm (14 ¼ ")

    Height: 5 cm (1 ¾ ")

    Length: 56 cm (22 ¼ ")

    Weight: 1.50 kg (3 lb 5 oz)

    Package(s): 1


Nice and useful productBharatNice and useful product3
Legs completely got separated fromVaniLegs completely got separated from the product3
Better than other products availableAkhilBetter than other products available in the market.5
Product quantity is to lowSAI K.Product quantity is to Low2
GoodABHAYGood Product..worthy buying5
Nice colour and light weightMathewThis stand for using a laptop while sitting on the bed is recommended for short periods only as it is not ideal ergonomically. The wedge to keep the mobile is a handy design. As there is no wrist support on the other side, users tend to use the wedge to support their wrists, hence the purpose of the mobile wedge is partially lost, unless users use a separate wrist/palm support. Opening it up and fixing the legs can be a bit difficult.4
Comfy n light weightBazeghaMy son usually use it while studying he finds it easy n comfortable to use4
UsefulMohammadEasy in casual conditions5
Good collectionNaveenGood collection5
Beautiful table, good for havingSheetalBeautiful table, good for having food and studying purpose5
Not sturdy, table legs disconnectedAmishNot sturdy, table legs disconnected oftentimes.2
This is not desined for BS EN 1728 or BIFMA test standardssridhar k.The product is not desingned of minimum amount of loads according to standards . The Assembly mecanisim is pefect example skiping process of DFMA ( Design for Manufacture and Assembly).it breaks with human load will assemblying and does not aling to and angle of assembly . All this defects could have been seen in design stage Hopeless product .1
Could have been betterSatbeerThe folding tray table is good, but the folding is too hard and the pin on the which folding is done, already broke in a couple of days of usage. Though the quality of the table is decent, its not as sturdy as expected.2
Good product and value-for-moneyLalit K.Good product and value-for-money4
It"s very very useful forShaikIt's very very useful for multipurpose5
Extremely usefulShraddhaLoved this !5
Light weight and easy toKundanLight weight and easy to clean. Use it as a study table / laptop table and ofcourse food tray5
Perfect and sturdyAsmaPerfect and sturdy5
KLIPSK Bed tray, white

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Function solution

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.