This is a great little breakfast tray with legs that fold under when not in use. So it can be used as just a tray, or a tray with legs to hold itself up. The legs take the weight off your thighs and the tray is sturday enough to hold your breakfast, your laptop or netbook and anything you need to play a game, do writing or reading or crafts.
I own this website and I actually own this breakfast bed tray too! I received two of them as a wedding gift many years ago and still use these every weekend. I love to have my breakfast in bed! Everyone in the family uses these for different functions and they sit out on the counter nicely with a bowl of fruit for decoration or tucked up on top of the fridge when not in use.
The handles are large enough for a mans hand as well. Carrying anything on the tray is really easy because of these handles and they look nice too.
The melamine top makes it easy to clean every time and the lip around the edge helps keep pens and pencils from rolling away. I do have a lap table with a cushion that I sometimes use (when my daughter doesn’t snatch it first), but I like this one because all the weight stays on the table and not on my legs.
The only drawback is that when I am carrying it from one room to the next with a breakfast on it, I have to have both of the tray legs already down before I can set it down. On its own one leg will come down, but not the other. It can get tricky if you have your hands full, so just make sure the legs are down first before you carry it and its good.
Here’s what another owner/Mom had to say:
“I am a Montessori teacher and I got this breakfast tray for my daughter to practice writing,coloring and other practical life works usually done on a table. I also use this to work on my laptop when I am sitting on the bed or on the floor and it is really useful for that. This tray comes with foldable legs so storage is a breeze. You can also take it with you to parks or picnics and set it on a blanket while having food.I would recommend this product to anyone who is looking for value for money.”