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Topic: Rolling table - dancing spring magic
Message: Posted by: lucas (Oct 1, 2006 02:37PM)
Does anyone have any experience with the tables from [url=http://www.dancingspringmagic.com/tables_indx.htm]dancing spring magic?[/url]

It appears that the parts don't screw together, do they stay assembled when you are lifting them and are they easy to take apart? Approximately how heavy are they? Any other thoughts?

Thanks in advance,
Lucas
Message: Posted by: Sam Pearce (Oct 2, 2006 11:18PM)
I own a Dancing Spring table base, they are well made and are very durable.
It is perfect if you are traveling by road, but if you plan to fly, you may run into problems with size.

Long story short, good product!

Sam Pearce
Message: Posted by: Bob Sanders (Oct 3, 2006 11:42AM)
I had the good fortune of getting to use a Dancing Spring table at a convention where I was performing recently. I'm sold!

There are many sizes and shapes to pick from. Several should appeal to you.

Go for it!

Bob Sanders
Magic By Sander
Message: Posted by: MAGICBYTIM (Oct 3, 2006 03:42PM)
I own a table and I use it with my home made open top table. You can not just pick up on the table top. The leg just slides into the base and the flange for the top. I bought the other flange so I could cut the leg to the height I wanted for my open top table. If you are getting a flat top then you will not need to get the other flange.

Tim
Message: Posted by: Bob Sanders (Oct 3, 2006 05:15PM)
Hello Tim,

I had hoped that you would be in Alabama by now. We're waiting for you! Ring 35 meets tonight.

Those tables are great. I'm going to have to talk to Santa soon.

Bob
Message: Posted by: Ron Reid (Oct 11, 2006 06:54AM)
Hi Lucas:

I have a Dancing Spring table base - I have a Fairchild Wrist Chopper that I mounted to the base. I am very happy with my table base. It is very well made, and extremely professional looking.

It's not too heavy - probably 5 or 10 pounds would be my guess. The ends of the chrome column are tapered so the stay together with legs and table top by way of friction. I have found them easy to take apart. I have not had any problems with the table coming apart during a show.

Ron
Message: Posted by: lucas (Jun 18, 2007 06:52PM)
Just a quick update...

As I type this I am currently sitting next to one of these beautiful tables. It is surprisingly sturdy for a table on wheels and rolls around so smoothly, in short, I love it!