Mount’n Mover mounting system

The Mount’n Mover is one of the products offered by BlueSky Designs Company, which have designed inventive accessible solutions for making the impossible, possible, since 1997. Many wheelchairs users with their limited mobility face challenges in their daily activities even when they are at home.  Many tasks such as eating, accessing computers, and reading can be a challenge.

The Mount’n Mover mounting systems offer flexible and accessible mounting solutions when your need to attach devices on trays on wheelchairs, tables, beds, or floor stands.  The mounting systems have custom memory locks with multiple tilt angles with moving and rotating mechanisms.  Quick release Plate allows you to attach different types of plates for table, phone, computer, speech devices (AAC) and EyeGaze systems. In addition, the mounting systems can be used not only on your wheelchair, but so you can quickly detach and transport it from the Wheelchair Mount, a bed floor stand, or TableClamp without any tools.

Transporting your Mount’n Mover: Floor stand to Wheelchair to TableClamp
(YouTube video)

Mount’n Mover Dual Arm Overview (YourTube)

Their website currently shows five options: Dual Arm, Single Arm, Tilt’n Turner, Simple Mount Small, and Simple Mount Large.  Which model should you get?  You can find more information at the following URL: https://www.mountnmover.com/products/mounts

Stories and videos by the Mount’n Mover users can be found at: https://www.mountnmover.com/community/news-and-stories

The website provides various how-to videos so that you can follow the instructions at:  https://www.mountnmover.com/support/how-to-videos

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