Ella Acrylic Walk In Bathtubs include a Patented 360° swivel tray. Whether it be a book or beverage, you no longer have to worry about where to put the items that aid in your relaxation. The Patented 360° swivel tray adds a touch of additional convenience to complete any spa bath experience.
Patented 360° Swivel Tray Features:
- Full 360° swivel range
- Remove and store it if you don’t need it
- Recessed area to keep a cup or glass in place
WHAT IS A 360° SWIVEL TRAY?
The purpose of a 360° swivel tray is to increase the convenience of your favorite bath time activities. Bring along a cup of your favorite beverage or catch up on that book you’ve been reading as the swivel tray offers the luxury of a place to put them without even having to get up. No more reaching across the bathroom or leaving your valuables on the bathroom floor. The less you have to worry, the more time you have to relax.
HOW A 360° SWIVEL TRAY WORKS
The 360° swivel tray is an 8.5” x 8.5” tray with a 2” long pin attached to the corner. The bather just has to slide the pin into the threaded screw provided near the door. Once in place, all the bather has to do is screw the cap on to secure it. To remove it, one simply has to unscrew the top and lift it up off of the screw. The swivel tray is the perfect size to hold your bath time valuables and for quick and easy storage!
360° SWIVEL TRAY PATENT
The 360° swivel tray is a patented product. This means you won’t be able to find the convenience of a swivel tray anywhere else! Other companies might try to recreate the capabilities that the tray offers, but their products won’t be able to offer the ease and comfort of the swivel tray. Their solutions can often get in the way and make the bath an uncomfortable or inconvenient experience. Alternatively, the swivel tray has the patented capabilities that allows the bather to rotate the tray out of the way to enter or exit the bath tub easily. It also provides a convenient, dry surface to place one’s belongings on. It even comes with a cap that can cover the screw when the tray is not in use for a more aesthetically pleasing look.