It probably wouldn't do for everyone. I originally had a thick rubber pad on the front foot and small rubber castors on the back (to help with moving it and isolating vibration even more) but of course being rubber they had a certain amount of bounce about them which encouraged it to tip over sideways while being moved around. If small kids were in the habit of running or playing in the work area it might also not be particularly safe, but seeing as there's only me and the missus now I do like it. Even I can move it single-handedly and with the single leg being in front it's a god send when my spine's playing up and I need to constantly rearrange myself.rob39":3fsa2ey8 said:Looks just perfect Col
Absolutely Rob.rob39":3mosqkv1 said:I read somewhere that the 3 legged version is more stable than a 4 legged version????
Definitely true but 4 legs are easy to level if you need to and it's better if you want to use the space under for storage like my cupboard and Drawer.rob39":ofl2cj5t said:I read somewhere that the 3 legged version is more stable than a 4 legged version????