Products

Click through each of the steps in the product chooser to select the items for your system, then generate a quote.
Once you are satisfied with your quote you can save it as a PDF, email it, or purchase it with a credit card.

A complete Mount'n Mover system for a wheelchair consists of a Mount'n Mover, a post, mounting hardware, and device attachments or trays. The Product Chooser below will walk you through selecting the best components for your needs.

How do I choose a post?

Post height diagram

Minimum post length is determined by the distance from the mounting point to the bottom of a person's tray or device when it is in his/her preferred operating position.

Measure Distance A in the diagram and select the next longest post.

Custom post lengths available - contact us for more information.

For more details, check out the Post product page

  • Get started
  • 1. Choose a Mount'n Mover
  • 2. Choose where to mount
  • 3. Table and Floor Stands
  • 4. Choose a Post Length
  • 5. Choose Device Attachments
  • 6. Add Trays
  • 7. Save and Share Your System

Build your Mount'n Mover system.

Answer as many questions as you can in each section, then move on to the next section by clicking the numbered tabs on the left side.

Click or tap the icons to open product detail pages in a new window.

Once you've generated your quote, you can review the suggested products, share your quote or purchase the products online. If you have questions, don't hesitate to contact us.

Mounts

We recommend the High Resistance Hinge for heavier devices (5 lbs / 2.3 kg or greater).

How do I choose a post length?
How do I choose a post length?

Mounting hardware

In this step, we'll figure out which hardware you'll need to attach your mount to your wheelchair, walker and other bases.

If your brand/model is not listed, contact us or review our Mounting hardware components .

Mounting option #1

We use this selection to add mounting hardware to your quote.

There are multiple approaches for mounting to this item.
Check out our mounting guide for this item and select your preferred approach.

Offsets attach to the wheelchair attachment hardware, and are used to get around obstacles such as trays, brakes, footrests and armrests.
Learn more about offsets

Mounting option #2

We use this selection to add mounting hardware to your quote.

There are multiple approaches for mounting to this item.
Check out our mounting guide for this item and select your preferred approach.

Offsets attach to the wheelchair attachment hardware, and are used to get around obstacles such as trays, brakes, footrests and armrests.
Learn more about offsets

Mounting option #3

We use this selection to add mounting hardware to your quote.

There are multiple approaches for mounting to this item.
Check out our mounting guide for this item and select your preferred approach.

Offsets attach to the wheelchair attachment hardware, and are used to get around obstacles such as trays, brakes, footrests and armrests.
Learn more about offsets

Table Options
Floor Stands
How do I choose a post length?

Note: If you chose a Simple Mount in Step 1, you do not need an additional post, so you can skip this step.

Generally, your post will always remain attached to your mount, even when using it with multiple wheelchairs or other items. You might want a second post if you have multiple mounts and want to be able to remove one easily (and either mount it on the same side or opposite sides of your wheelchair).

Attach your communication device

Select your device below and we'll add the recommended device plates and hardware to your quote.

Additional device attachment options
Trays (tablets, laptops, basic)

Save and share your system

To save your system, you'll need to register for a user account. This step is optional and could also be done later if you'd prefer, but you will need an account to purchase items.

If you don't want to save your system and just want to see your quote, click the button below, and we'll redirect you straight to a quote that contains all items you've selected here, and the hardware you'll need to set them up.

Learn more about each component

Your ideal system starts with the foundation (wheelchair, table, Floor Stand) and ends with the device you attach (iPad, speech device, tray). There are four easy steps to order what you need to get optimal use and enjoyment from our Mount’n Mover system.

  1. Choosing a Mount'n Mover
  2. Select a Post Length
  3. Mounting Hardware
  4. Device Attachments and Accessories