STABLZ All Terrain Full Contact Products, featuring TAP TO ADAPT technology, and Affinity Tool Works are teaming up to bring customers a wobble free world.
STABLZ All Terrain Full Contact Products feature a patented pivoting triangular support that easily adapts to uneven surfaces to provide four points of contact and stabilize tables, sawhorses, and more. It’s applicable in restaurants, on construction sites, for tailgating and camping — pretty much any product elevated off the ground. It will make life easier for everyone from construction workers to weekend handymen, from restaurateurs to flea market vendors, and from avid campers to soccer moms.
Affinity Tool Works, a family-owned business in Michigan, is a licensee of STABLZ patents. The innovative solution will provide convenience for craftsmen of all skill levels.
“It solves a universal, long-standing problem — stability in shops, garages, or on job sites. Our users are going to appreciate the convenience and safety that STABLZ brings to their work,” said Connor Ursell, business development manager for Affinity.
“STABLZ gives Affinity a competitive edge over existing products on the market, which are using old design and technology. From a business standpoint, STABLZ is a big deal — it’s unique, patented, nobody else has it, and it solves a real problem,” Ursell added.
Initially, Affinity will offer the STABLZ Tradesman as a product for individual purchase in fall 2019. Then Affinity will incorporate STABLZ technology into a number of their existing products under their Bora brand. “We’ve been working closely with STABLZ to develop solutions and prototypes specific to our needs,” Ursell said.
According to entrepreneur and founder of STABLZ Gary Hoyle, “STABLZ is scalable to any size and product, and our ability to quickly prototype those products makes us an ideal partner.”
To develop STABLZ products, Hoyle tapped into creative, up-and-coming engineering talent through a collaboration with The Point, an innovation center at his alma mater, Otterbein University in Westerville, Ohio. “The engineering students
at The Point helped with prototyping, testing, tweaking, and designing variations for different uses,” Hoyle said.
“Working with Gary, the STABLZ team, and the team at Otterbein has been a pleasure,” Ursell said. “There has been a real synergy between STABLZ and Affinity, not only on this product, but also working together as small businesses with similar outlooks on products and speed to market.”
Hoyle has facilitated over a dozen business startups and several product rollouts in a variety of industries, including restaurants, manufacturing, green vehicles, sports, entertainment, home services, and consumer products.
STABLZ™ Technology is a patented, multi-industry, game-changing vertical support, triangular in shape with a patented pivot and angle of pivot at the apex of the triangle. A simple tap of the foot pivots the triangle resulting in four points of contact on any terrain. No bending over or tools required — it’s just that simple. Several designs are prototyped, tested, and ready for market. Tap To Adapt™ technology can range from a couple of inches to stories high. If your company’s products are elevated off the ground, STABLZ™ can be engineered to your needs and provide your customer all terrain convenience. Contact STABLZ Licensing, LLC, to give your customers a wobble free world today. To learn more about STABLZ products and licensing opportunities, visit taptoadapt.com.
About Affinity Tool Works, LLC:
Affinity Tool Works, LLC, is a provider of professional tools designed to increase productivity, simplify complex tasks, and help produce consistent results. They serve a variety of markets including building and remodeling, do-it-yourself, industrial, and woodworking. For more information, visit boratool.com.