STABLZ™ is a start-up company founded by entrepreneur Gary Hoyle that is applying patented technology to make instability on uneven terrain a thing of the past for industries that touch every part of life. It solves a widespread problem and improves on old technology designed only for level surfaces with a simple solution to stabilize nearly any elevated product.

STABLZ All Terrain Products featuring Tap To Adapt™ Technology feature a patented, game-changing vertical support, triangular in shape, that easily adapts 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!

STABLZ is currently marketing to potential licensees across a vast variety of industries, who can incorporate STABLZ technology to give them a competitive edge over existing products on the market, which are using old designs and technology designed for flat surfaces.

STABLZ is scalable to any size and product, from a couple of inches to stories high. Several designs are prototyped, tested, and ready for market, and new prototypes can be engineered to any company’s needs to provide their customers all terrain convenience. STABLZ ability to quickly prototype those products makes it an ideal partner. And producing products featuring STABLZ technology is as affordable as producing the current, less efficient products on the market.

The market for STABLZ technology is global — the problem is universal across nations and cultures. Hoyle is currently focusing efforts on B2B outreach in the United States and Europe.

In 2020, the first licensee of STABLZ, Affinity Tool Works, released its first product in a line of Bora Portamate Tools featuring STABLZ Tap to Adapt technology to rave reviews from consumers at DIY retailers, including Home Depot and Lowe’s.


The competition for STABLZ assumes that all surfaces are level and smooth, and design products for those surfaces. You often view models of these products in a showroom with engineered floors, from tables in a furniture store to sawhorses at a DIY retailer.

The problem is that many surfaces are not flat or smooth — from the average backyard or campground to a construction site or an area hit by a natural disaster. Current products on the market are not adaptable to those conditions and do not provide an optimal customer experience.

Companies in any industry with products that are elevated off the ground can improved their products by licensing STABLZ technology.

Below is a list of key industries STABLZ is targeting:

•     Restaurant
•     Construction
•     DIY
•     Camping/RV
•     Patio/outdoor furniture
•     Barbecue grills
•     Sporting goods
•     Car repair
•     Playground equipment
•     Disaster recovery/FEMA
•     Humanitarian aid
•     Military
•     Traffic control/barriers
•     Solar panels
•     Industrial pipe/pipelines
•     Irrigation/farm equipment
•     Dog agility courses

The benefit that STABLZ brings to each of those industries, and others, is that this simple, patented technology provides immediate value to the licensees. Their products will have an advantage over their competitors in adaptability, user/customer experience, and convenience.

STABLZ gives restaurant patrons wobble free tables; allows drivers to change tires safely on a hill; provides immediate shelter in the aftermath of a tornado; and makes it possible for sawhorses to be stable on any construction worksite. Those are only a few examples of the possible applications of STABLZ.

The first licensee of STABLZ is Affinity Tool Works, a family-owned business based in Michigan. Affinity Tool Works is a provider of professional tools designed to increase productivity, simplify complex tasks, and help produce consistent results. They serve a variety of markets including building and remodeling, do-it-yourself, industrial, and woodworking. Affinity is an authorized North American dealer of several brands, and it produces Bora Portamate Tools. More information is available at boratool.com.

Affinity released the first product in its consumer line of Bora Portamate Tools featuring STABLZ technology in 2020 to rave reviews. The Bora PM-4520 All-Terrain Sawhorse is available at Home Depot, Lowe’s, and many others retailers. From a business standpoint, STABLZ is a big deal for Affinity — it’s unique, patented, nobody else has it, and it solves a real problem.

Elevate your (product) customer experience — become a licensee today! Several designs are prototyped, tested, and ready for market. To learn more about STABLZ products and licensing opportunities, visit taptoadapt.com or contact Gary Hoyle at gary@taptoadapt.com or (770) 315-1482.