Introducing the New Permobil Adjustable Tray

Providing support for your upper extremities and daily life essentials

  • Permobil Adjustable Tray

    An upper extremity support surface and functional tray that easily integrates with Permobil armrests and accessories. Whether you need a tray to support your arms, laptop, cell phone or mocha caramel latte the new Permobil adjustable tray has you covered.

    Now available on Corpus, Corpus VS, M1, PS JR and MX configurations.

  • Clean integrated design without sacrificing adjustability

    Clean mounting hardware provides greater range of adjustability to ensure the tray can be set in just the right position. Tray can be locked in a flat or fixed angle position or left adjustable allowing user to change orientation to maximize function. Unitrack rails on the underside of the tray surface further support mounting of secondary supports and accessory items.

    Depth adjustability: Up to 8.5″ on tray widths 13-19″ and 3.5″ on 11″ wide tray

    Height adjustability: 4″ above to 1″ below armrests

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