Wobble Begone

This Long Overdue, Genius Invention Marks the End of Wobbly Tables

July 31, 2017 Home By

Some of the best inventions are born out of frustration. Case in point: No Rock tables, a self-stabilizing four-legged bistro-style table created by inventor and geometer Chris Heyring, who previously developed the suspension systems used in Toyota and Nissan 4WD vehicles, as well as the McLaren MP4-12C and P1 supercars.

With articulated joints at the legs, rather than the feet, the table automatically distributes weight evenly to create a more solid — and less wobbly — base. No Rock, which was awarded a Red Dot product design award earlier this year, is now trickling into U.S. and European markets. Available for purchase through Restaurants Product Guild, the base is available in five styles; and while geared toward restaurants, it’s equally well-suited to home and office use.

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