Inventor, designer and engineer
(with Geurt Vleemingh)


2011 - 2014

Demo movie

Wobbly tables in restaurants are annoying, not just for the guests, but also for the staff.  The unsatisfactory solution to this annoyance usually consisted of a few coasters. Or adjustable tables that are expensive, laborious and usually still unstable. But now there is the RoXTable; the first table to adjust itself once placed on the ground with all four legs firmly planted onto any surface! 

The patented clamping construction of the RoXTable is as simple as it is ingenious. The table self-adjusts to any surface without hydraulics, gears, set screws or rubbers and is therefore practically indestructible. As the table is lifted, you see that the two V-shaped feet attached to the table's central stem move freely. As the table is put down, the feet search the surface and clamp down firmly with no slack. Moreover, the more weight added to the table the more stable it becomes, be it; rough wooden flooring, cobblestones or uneven flagstones. The RoXTable is therefore quick, safe, simple, stylish, sturdy and stable! In addition the construction of the table base offers maximum leg room.

The RoXTable is invented and designed with Geurt Vleemingh and is produced entirely in the Netherlands.