Mini Me 62cm 6.9kg
About this Model: The Mini Me 62cm wide 6.9kg is great model for those who want a compact lightweight table and one of our more popular model. This model unlike the Mini Me 60 has a wider structural frame and very little side padding foam. The wider frame allows wider more stable legs so the table comes standard with 55-80cm height legs compared with the extra low height legs the Mini Me 60 comes with.
- Weight: 6.9kg
- Strength: Tested to carry 1000kg Static weight. working maximum load is 300kg.
- Width: 62cm including side padding
- Foam: 50mm thick multipurpose Foam
- Height range: 55-80cm standard legs height. Other options available
- Side Padding System: less - 3cm on each side
- Upholstery Style: Easy removable Vinyl System
- Length: 163cm body + 30cm head rest and extends to 205cm
- Size folded: 84 x 62 x 18cm
- Face Hole: No Face hole
- Upgrades: Adjustable headrest, Armrest, Rear Mount plate, foot extension
- Warranty: 10 year structural warranty, 5 years warranty on the mesh
- Suitable for: Sport, Deep style and many other modalities
|Width of structure|
|Length of tables body||Length including Headrest||Height|
|MM62M||55cm||62cm||163cm||195-205cm||55-80cm||50mm||6.9kg||Made to order|
General information about the Mini-Me table:
The Mini-Me is a great light-weight table for the mobile practitioner who prefers using the Face-Cradle (headrest) Arm-Rest system. The Mini-Me is as strong (can hold 1000kg) as any other portable table we make and more rigid in the centre than our other tables due to the shorter body.
The Mini-Me table has a shorter body than regular massage tables. The extended head-rest is included and folds away easily with the accessories inside while transporting. The Mini-Me is made in the same way as our A.I.O table with a shorter body and without a face hole. It has a simple, strong and streamlined aluminium structure which is covered with our unique Side-Padding upholstery system.
The Mini-Me can be extended in length from 195cm to 205cm and a foot extension accessory can also be added.
How to use the head-arm rests when client face up:
When your client turn in prone position.Turn over face pad 180 degrees – it becomes as a soft cushion and cradle clients headnicely. Great cushion when treating client’s body however restrict access to client’s neck.
When you are about to treat client’s neck Strip arm rest and place instead of face pad. Great flat surface for neck work. As well space for practitioners legs underneath arm rest.
Finally you can place the face pad on top of arm rest - another option for extra cushioning hight if needed.
The side padding system is another unique feature that only Meridian tables provide. It allows Meridian tables to be suited to any modality and at the same time provides the utmost comfort for both the practitioner and the client. Choosing the right width for your table can be a confusing decision. The Unique system of “side padding” – provides the solution to that dilemma. Normally there is a conflict between practitioner & client needs over the width of the table. In general, practitioners prefer narrow tables for better access, while clients prefer wide surfaces for comfort and arm space. The side padding system lets the practitioner get close access & maintain correct posture while leaning against the spongy 7cm foam on each side of the table. For example: in our most popular “Mini-Me” variation (“MM69M”) – the total width including the side padding is 69cm and the structural width is 55cm. What that means is that as far as the client is concerned the table is 69cm wide, yet as far as the practitioner is concerned the table’s width is only 55cm wide.
The Mini-me is available in two forms.
Mesh Base Plywood Base
|Mini-Me with mesh base,|
Shown with arm rest
|Mini-Me with ply base,|
Shown without arm rest
A word about the mesh & ply base:
If you are consider getting our Mini-Me table, you can choose either a plywood or Mesh base (approx 2kg lighter). Please note that the mesh base has more flexibility then the ply wood base. In the past we did not recommend the mesh base for deep work and we still feel that for manipulation style modalities such as chiropractic – plywood is the best. Yet recently it has come to our attention through one of our customers who treats many patients with chronic injuries that the mesh base actually assists the process. The feedback was that the mesh base felt more comfortable and allowed muscular relaxation under deep pressure. This is especially so in cases where injury and chronic muscular spasm is apparent. We then did some experimentation and were able to pinpoint why. With the mesh base we found it is best if slow, constant pressure is applied and synchronised with the client’s breath. When we applied the same technique and pressure using the ply base table, there was a “flat” feeling and overall tightening of the the client’s muscles around the ribcage. We found that the mesh flexibility allowed free movement and expansion of the rib cage even under deep pressure. The patient was able to freely breathe and relax into the deep pressure. Due to these findings, we are now re-assessing the type of foam that is suitable for different modalities. Please feel free to contact us for further enquiries and information.