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January 2, 2006

Tilt! — Self-Leveling Furniture Glides


Something seemingly simple — the little doohickies you put on the bottom of table and chair legs — gets an upgrade.

Very clever: the inventor created a two—component furniture slider (above) that lets each leg independently find its level position on any type of indoor or outdoor surface.

From the website:


    Spare your hardwood floors — and yourself! — with ForeverGlides furniture sliders!

    Designed for indoor and outdoor furniture, these high-grade, space-age "feet" are actually resilient cushions that adjust their gliding surfaces to match floor and patio irregularities.

    Safe for hardwood floors, wood deck, brick, concrete, linoleum, parquet, and tile.

    Installs easily.

From $19.99–$24.99 (depending on size) for 20 in Dark Oak or Natural (for wood furniture); $24.99–$29.99 for 20 in Pewter or White (for iron furniture) here.

January 2, 2006 at 09:01 AM | Permalink


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