Welcome to your new office
Can’t escape the office (even on lunch)? Need to squeeze in some work — or leisure — while you wait for a friend? Our Car Laptop Holder makes it possible to set up your laptop on a sturdy surface, and not have to awkwardly balance it on your center console or lean across your passenger seat to use.
Just clip it to your
Measuring 11 inches across the steering wheel hold, our tray snugly fits the steering wheel of most modern cars. No balancing on your knees or anything. Whether you’re watching a movie to kill time or are finishing up a weekly report for work, our tray will support you until the end.
A work surface on one side
From laptop to tablet use, our tray works well for any device. Measuring 28 x 42 inches (L x W), you get a generous work surface. A pen hold slot is also engraved to hold writing instruments should you be drawing or writing by hand (the last thing you want is to drop your pen or pencil somewhere).
A meal tray on the other
Not working? Then it’s probably meal time. Yeah, that’s right — flip this tray over and you get a full-on meal tray.Complete with a drink holder mold and place to hold your main meal, eat in peace wherever you are, whether on a solo road trip or long car drive somewhere. No more using napkins to create a makeshift eating space or dropping ketchup and fries all over your cup holder or center console.
Stow away (and clean) effortlessly
After use, you can easily wipe this tray down when on the road with a disinfectant wipe or give it a deeper clean at home with liquid soap and water. For storage, this fits fine in the trunk (or backseat, depending on your car make and purpose).
Built with detail
No slips or drops is the speciality of our built-to-help Car Laptop Holder. Other design features include:
100% ABS plastic construction for sturdiness and longevity
Raised front edges on tray to prevent droppage of items
Multiple engraved slots for items such as soda cans, cups, and pens
A non-slip surface throughout to hold devices in place without surface damage
This is a really cool little "desk top" for your vehicle! I have to order 2 more for family and friends who saw this in my truck and want one as well. My truck has been my "office" for many years now with the type of work I do and wow I wish I had found this year's ago! Now filling out paperwork is easy and neat when I'm done!!The cup holder is a little small, but the regular one in my truck is fine for that. Everything else about my new little "office desk" is absolutely fantastic and so very easy to attach to my steering wheel as well as stores neatly between the seat and armrest when I'm done. Can attach with one hand, which is great and remove also with one hand. Love that it is all a plastic type of surface as it makes cleaning easy to wipe down or even take inside to the kitchen sink. I haven't had any need to put in the actual dishwasher, but appears the be sturdy enough to handle it in need arises. Well made, durable and easy to care for.
Great for lunch breaks, watching videos on a phone or tablet while waiting, working on a lap top, camping, travel, etc... I keep mine stowed in the mesh panel behind the passenger seat. It fits perfect there, stays out of the way until I need it, and doesn't rattle while driving. Tip: it works better if your steering wheel is upside down (at least on my car). That way it doesn't mar the hard plastic middle piece of the steering wheel or accidentally honk the horn (yes, I did that, LOL). FYI, it will move left to right if the wheel turns, which I haven't seen as an issue, but I could picture someone grabbing the wheel and causing their tray of food to slide off. But the easy fix for that is "don't mess with your wheel", Duh, LOL. It won't hold a "heavy" load, not because it's flimsy (because the tray itself is very sturdy), but because of the mechanism by which it attaches and hangs from the wheel. It has no problem holding a 17" lap top, but you wouldn't want to rest your arms on it and bear down as you would if you planned to take a nap. I've also used it as a plain tray, in the back of the car or for camping when you need a flat surface to sit drinks. Fun hack: We used it at the pool. We cut up 4 pieces of pool noodle, made a slit down the side long ways, and put them around the outside of the tray. It floated and held our drinks. Like I said, great little gadget.
I love this tray! Where I work, days can get hectic to the point where I simply refuse to eat my lunch inside so I go to my car (mental breakaway). I have a sliding armrest/console but it got annoying trying to cut up my hibachi-style teriyaki chicken from Tokyo Grill on it. I did an internet search and found this! No regrets! Note: if you have a steering wheel cover on, this won’t work. Bright side: it’s easy to put on your steering wheel and yes you will doubt yourself and think you can’t apply pressure or you’ll drop your food and drink in your lap, lol. This tray is sturdy enough to cut up food on it! Now, I have to be honest, I only used the “cup holder/placement” feature once.......I prefer the security of my cup holders in my car (‘17 Honda Civic). So where the cup I supposed to go, I put my phone there to watch YouTube while I eat my lunch (propped up by a popsocket). It works perfectly! Oh, and if you put this on your steering wheel and it’s at an angle, just take it off and try again. It’ll happen when you’re trying to put it on in a rush or just aren’t paying attention. :)
I work out of my car, and needed a desk. I drive a 2015 VW Jetta, and this fits the steering wheel perfectly. Keep in mind, you have to rotate the steering wheel into it's "upside-down" position before then sliding the tray from below to hook onto the steering wheel. Most recently, I had to take my dog to the emergency vet for care, as her cancer came back, and because of COVID, I had to wait in my car. I had my iPad with me, and this tray, and I set it up, had my iPad on the tray, and was able to relax in the front seat (as best I could) while they ran some tests on my dog inside the hospital. I'm so glad I bought this. It'll be great for when I can go back to work on the road.
Does very well for my needs. I like to work and eat out of my car. For reference, this is being used on a Subaru Legacy 2010 steering wheel. One thing I would highly advised is that this may not fit if you have a steering wheel cover. If your steering wheel cover is too thick, it may not attach to the steering wheel. I have a steering wheel cover, but it was barely thin enough for this desk to work.
This tray is very useful, and I'm glad I bought it! My new summer hobby is car-camping in a Toyota Prius while hiking through the beautiful forests of New York and Pennsylvania. When storms kept us cooped up in the car, I used this tray to turn the front seat into a dining area/office. It is perfectly sized to fit in the small space between the steering wheel and my body...no need to move the seat back. (Which would have been impossible due to the mattress in the back anyway.) The tray pops on and off easily regardless of steering wheel position (No need to turn the wheel upside down as mentioned with other kinds of cars.) It holds a meal or my cellphone/tablet/book securely without shifting or wiggling. When not in use, it tucks neatly between the seat and the center console. The tray is sturdy and seems like it will serve me well for many years. This is a simple thing, but it will really come in handy for anyone who spends a lot of time in their car!