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Rubber Chair and Table Feet – how you should measure them

The biggest problem people have with the Rubber Chair  and table Feet (tips) is measuring there legs correctly.   The measurements for the Rubber Chair and Table Feet are the outside Diameter.  To measure this, you can take a ruler and measure across the leg at the widest place.  Diameter is by definition, “a straight line connecting the center of a circle with two points on its perimeter”.   We stock Rubber Chair Tips in 1/2″, 5/8″, 3/4″, 7/8″, 1″ 1-1/8″ and 1-1/4″ for legs with that outside diameter.   The actual outside diameter of the chair tips will me a little less, so they will stay on your legs.   We stock them in Brown, Black, Grey and Tan.  We offer two version, Crutch Tips and Contemporary Tips.   The Crutch Tips are self explanatory, they are like the tips on a crutch.   The Contemporary tips are smooth and have a more modern look. They can be ordered on our website.  The images below show the Crutch and Contemporary feet.

Rubber Table and Chair Crutch Tips

The above Rubber Table and Chair Tip is the Crutch Tip.

Rubber Table and Chair Tip

The above Rubber Table and Chair Feet is the contemporary version of our rubber tips.

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2 comments on “Rubber Chair and Table Feet – how you should measure them
  1. S Batson says:

    I am looking for 1″ rubber chair tips in brown.

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