1. Overbed tables are available with three basic surface designs: stationary top, tilt-top, and split-top.
2. Stationary-top tray tables features a flat, single-level surface, which is ideal for general use.
3. Tilt-top tray tables can be adjusted to angles that make reading and working more comfortable.
4. Split-top tray tables offer two or more surfaces at different levels for added convenience and enhanced ergonomics.
5. Vanity tray tables feature mirrors that make personal grooming an easier task.
6. Some overbed tables feature raised edges that help keep items on the surface during transport and use.
7. If you're looking for the more durable options, chrome-plated overbed tables are a good choice.
8. Swivel tray tables are easier to maneuver than fixed-top options. These surfaces smoothly rotate in and out on a pivot arm for added versatility.
9. Bariatric overbed tables can make in-home care more manageable. In addition to a usable table surface for work and meals, these tables are sturdy enough to support weight while getting in and out of bed.
10. Overbed tables are available with different height options, including fixed-height designs for low or high beds and others with adjustable mechanisms.