Skip Bedell - STABLZ on FOX & Friends

STABLZ™ Tap to Adapt™ Technology Featured on FOX & Friends

I’m excited to share that renowned home-improvement guru Skip Bedell introduced STABLZ™ Tap to Adapt™ Technology to a national audience on FOX & Friends in a segment featuring the BORA® All-Terrain Sawhorse. The segment first aired on June 19, 2021. Watch it now:

When I first started talking to Skip about The BORA All-Terrain Sawhorse, he wanted a set to try out. He was an instant fan! And there’s more to come!

The sawhorse is the first product in an innovative new line of all-terrain, wobble-free products by Affinity Tool Works for contractors, tradespeople, and DIY enthusiasts, featuring the new, patented Tap to Adapt technology. It is available at popular retailers including HomeDepot.com and Lowes.com.

Complete list of retailers carrying the All-Terrain Sawhorse.

 

About Skip Bedell

Skip Bedell is a licensed home-improvement contractor, brand expert, and television personality. He is the co-host of Spike’s hit TV show, “Catch A Contractor,” and you can see him regularly on FOX News Network’s “FOX & Friends,” giving home-improvement tips and product advice.

He represents several national brands as a spokesperson and runs his own home improvement business, specializing in all aspects of interior and exterior home remodeling. Skip dedicates his career to helping people create the home of their dreams and sharing his vast knowledge of brands and products that can improve your life.

He joined “FOX & Friends” as a regular contributor in 2015 and has appeared on over 100 segments. A fan favorite, he continues to appear more than any other home improvement expert / lifestyle contributor on the program. He presents nationwide at home and builder shows with engaging presentations including “How to Find a Contractor and Avoid Getting Scammed,” “How to Renovate a Kitchen with Minimal DIY Knowledge,” and “Easy Tips to Increase Your Home’s Curb Appeal.”

Skip lives on Long Island with his wife, Alison, and their many rescue cats and dogs. They enjoy spending time at home with family, riding motorcycles and taking trips in their RV, which Skip recently renovated himself.

Follow him on Twitter, Instagram, or Facebook, and check out SkipBedell.com.

 

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STABLZ™ Tap to Adapt™ Technology features a game changing, patented vertical support, triangular in shape, that adapts easily to any surface. 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 that simple! Simple… but effective.

We have completed all the hard work. Working with engineers and up-and-coming engineering students at Otterbein University in Ohio, we have several designs already prototyped and tested, ready for market. And we can customize new prototypes to fit your company’s exact needs.

If your company’s products are elevated off the ground, STABLZ™ can be engineered to your needs and provide your customer all terrain convenience.

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Woodworking Network Reviews the Bora® Portamate All-Terrain Sawhorse

Woodworking Network Reviews the Bora® Portamate All-Terrain Sawhorse

William Sampson at the Woodworking Network recently reviewed the Bora® Portamate PM-4520 All-Terrain Sawhorse with STABLZ™ Tap to Adapt™ technology. Noting its unique versatility, Sampson called it a good option for your worksite. You can read the full review Sawhorses: from site-built to sophisticated here.

Thanks for checking out our wobble-free sawhorse, William!

 

 

About William Sampson

William Sampson is a lifelong woodworker, and he has been an advocate for small-scale entrepreneurs and lean manufacturing since the 1980s. He was the editor of Fine Woodworking magazine in the early 1990s and founded Woodshop Business magazine, which he eventually sold and merged with Cabinet Maker magazine. He helped found the Cabinet Makers Association in 1998 and was its first executive director. Today, as editor of FDMC magazine he has more than 20 years of experience covering the professional woodworking industry. His popular “In the Shop” tool reviews and videos appear monthly in FDMC.

About Woodworking Network

Woodworking Network is a home for the community of professional woodworkers, presenting technology, supplies, education, inspiration and community for professional woodworkers, from small business entrepreneurs to corporate managers at large automated plants.

Follow them on TwitterInstagramFacebook, Linked In, and Pinterest, and check out WoodworkingNetwork.com.

 

Elevate your (product) customer experience — become a licensee today!

STABLZ™ Tap to Adapt™ Technology features a game changing, patented vertical support, triangular in shape, that adapts easily to any surface. 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 that simple! Simple… but effective.

We have completed all the hard work. Working with engineers and up-and-coming engineering students at Otterbein University in Ohio, we have several designs already prototyped and tested, ready for market. And we can customize new prototypes to fit your company’s exact needs.

If your company’s products are elevated off the ground, STABLZ™ can be engineered to your needs and provide your customer all terrain convenience.

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All-Terrain Sawhorse for Woodworking

BORA® All-Terrain Sawhorse One of Woodworking’s COOLEST tools – Stumpy Nubs

I’m honored to see that James Hamilton – aka Stumpy Nubs – considers the Bora® All-Terrain Sawhorse featuring Tap To Adapt™ technology from STABLZ™ one of woodworking’s COOLEST tools!

Stumpy tried out our All-Terrain Sawhorse and loves that it has a pivot “mechanism that allows each set of legs to rotate several degrees.” He then asks the logical question, “Now, why would you want to rotate your sawhorse legs? Because it makes it fast and easy to level them on uneven ground, providing up to 3 inches of adjustment at any corner with just a quick twist.”

He loves that they also “include many of the other clever features that make Bora Sawhorses so nice. Including legs that fold up in any order and the improved 2×4 slots” that “are set higher than other sawhorses. So, you can have a sacrificial face on top of a sawhorse and still be able to put perpendicular boards to make a bench out of 2 horses.”

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About Stumpy Nubs

Stumpy Nubs WoodworkingJames Hamilton is a full-time woodworking instructor, author, blogger, video producer and publisher. He’s been an instructor at Popular Woodworking in America and The Woodsmith Workshop; a fan favorite at woodworking shows and retail store events around the country; a popular speaker at local woodworking guilds and has contributed to several periodicals including Wood, Popular Woodworking, and Woodsmith magazines.

James is the author of The Homemade Workshop (Popular Woodworking Books, 2015 / Random House 2018) and the upcoming The Stumpy Nubs Guide to the Router and The Stumpy Nubs Guide to the Table Saw.

He’s the producer of one of the longest running woodworking channels on YouTube (since 2011), and the editor of Stumpy Nubs Woodworking Journal with over half a million subscribers and nearly a million monthly individual viewers.

In 2017 James received The Woodworking Network’s “40 under 40 Award”, given to innovators in the craft. In 2015 he was thrilled to present alongside Roy Underhill in Kansas City. In 2019 he developed and filmed a table saw course on the set of PBS’ The Woodsmith Shop and over the years he’s written and produced commercials to air during The Highland Woodworker.

James and his wife live in Michigan’s Saginaw Valley. Besides woodworking he enjoys artwork (oil, acrylic, pastels, pen & ink pointillism), creative writing (historical fiction) and is an amateur genealogist.

Follow him on Twitter, Instagram, Facebook, and YouTube, and check out StumpyNubs.com.

 

Elevate your (product) customer experience — become a licensee today!

STABLZ™ Tap to Adapt™ Technology features a game changing, patented vertical support, triangular in shape, that adapts easily to any surface. 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 that simple! Simple… but effective.

We have completed all the hard work. Working with engineers and up-and-coming engineering students at Otterbein University in Ohio, we have several designs already prototyped and tested, ready for market. And we can customize new prototypes to fit your company’s exact needs.

If your company’s products are elevated off the ground, STABLZ™ can be engineered to your needs and provide your customer all terrain convenience.

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Ben Rhodes Loves Stablz Tap To Adapt Sawhorse

Ben Rhodes Appreciates Speed on the Track and in His Workshop

NASCAR driver Ben Rhodes knows that time matters. He’s built a career on it. This weekend, he will be competing in the 2021 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series, driving the No. 99 Toyota for ThorSport Racing — his fifth season in the series.

He has three career Truck Series wins and qualified for the Playoffs in each of the past three seasons. He won the ARCA Menards Series East championship in 2014, a title he captured as a rookie, and has made select starts in the NASCAR Xfinity Series.

Ben has no patience for wasted time in his professional life, and the same goes for his personal life.

Off the racecourse, Ben is a skilled woodworker. His new equipment of choice for saving time is the All-Terrain Sawhorse PM-4520 with STABLZ Tap to Adapt Technology — the only sawhorse that can adapt to any job site in seconds with a simple tap of the foot. No bending over or tools required — it’s that simple!

How? STABLZ™ Tap to Adapt™ Technology features a game changing, patented vertical support, triangular in shape, that adapts easily to any surface. And it’s not just easy, it’s FAST!

Check out Ben’s new sawhorse in action in this video!

 

About Ben Rhodes

Ben Rhodes began his racing career in go-karts in 2004, at just seven years old. The NASCAR champion has competed in numerous series and vehicles to climb the racing ladder. He currently competes in the NASCAR Gander RV & Outdoors Truck Series for his fifth full-time season and for the longest tenured team—ThorSport Racing.

When not at the racetrack, Ben can be found back in his hometown of Louisville, Kentucky with family and friends or in Sandusky, Ohio with his team.

Follow him on Twitter, Instagram, Facebook, and YouTube and check out BenRhodes.com.

 

Elevate your (product) customer experience — become a licensee today!

We have completed all the hard work. Working with engineers and up-and-coming engineering students at Otterbein University in Ohio, we have several designs already prototyped and tested, ready for market. And we can customize new prototypes to fit your company’s exact needs.

If your company’s products are elevated off the ground, STABLZ™ can be engineered to your needs and provide your customer all terrain convenience.

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Kayleen McCabe Plans to be First STABLZ Customer

Kayleen McCabe Gets a Sneak Peek at Affinity Tool’s New Sawhorse

When I met DIY Network personality Kayleen McCabe, I knew I needed to connect with her to learn more about her passion for trade careers.

I always look for “aces in places,” people at the top of their fields who I can learn from. That has been one of the keys to my success as an entrepreneur over the years — I proactively reach out to others to open my eyes to things I wouldn’t have thought of on my own and inspire new ideas. Bringing together people with different expertise and perspectives can only result in the best ideas coming together to create superior results.

Kayleen is at the top of her game, and I walk away from every conversation with her with new insights. Because I respect and admire her opinion so much, I brought her to The Point at Otterbein University in Westerville, Ohio, on March 19 to take a look at the prototype of Affinity Tool’s new Bora All-Terrain Sawhorse.

 

I won’t lie, I was almost giddy when she said,

“This is so easy to use! I have needed this at so many work sites over the years, and now it’s here!”

Not only was she impressed with the prototype, she was also impressed with the process. By tapping into the fresh ideas and perspectives of the students in the Engineering Department at my alma mater, I ensured that the sawhorse will be a forward-thinking, game-changing product.

With Kayleen’s stamp of approval, I know this product is something that tradespeople need to make their jobs easier. Once the new Bora All-Terrain Sawhorse is on the market, you’ll find it on Kayleen’s worksites across the country.

 

About Kayleen McCabe

Kayleen McCabe Loves STABLZ SawhorseThink construction is a guys-only field?  Think again! Licensed contractor Kayleen McCabe has been swinging hammers and toting tool belts since the ripe age of six, when she shadowed her dad’s overhaul of their Denver home. In 2009 she beat dozens of male competitors Stud Finder to win her own series.

For five seasons, DIY Network’s Rescue Renovation showcased Kayleen’s skills and wit as she swept in and saved almost 100 ill-fated home renovations — from an NFL running back’s kitchen to a coalmine-turned-man-cave.

Kayleen is an ardent advocate of trade careers and education, long seen as inferior to traditional four-year college degrees and white-collar jobs. Her goal is to shed light on the rising demand for trade professionals that’s outpacing vocational training – and to help restore America’s respect for the trades in the process.

Follow her on Twitter, Facebook, or LinkedIn, and check out KayleenMcCabe.com.

 

Elevate your (product) customer experience — become a licensee today!

STABLZ™ Tap to Adapt™ Technology features a game changing, patented vertical support, triangular in shape, that adapts easily to any surface. 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 that simple! Simple… but effective.

We have completed all the hard work. Working with engineers and up-and-coming engineering students at Otterbein University in Ohio, we have several designs already prototyped and tested, ready for market. And we can customize new prototypes to fit your company’s exact needs.

If your company’s products are elevated off the ground, STABLZ™ can be engineered to your needs and provide your customer all terrain convenience.

Learn more: