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Swivel Levelers

Item #
88% of 100

Perfect for angled legs.

(4) Swivel Levelers
More Information
Brand Rockler
Weight 0.2000
Tech Spec
  • White nylon base
  • 1-1/4" diameter
  • Use with 1/4- 20 threaded inserts
  • Nickel plated
Technical Documents
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4.4 / 5.0
15 Reviews
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Works as intended.
January 9, 2019
8 months ago
Perfect Fit
This item was a perfect fit on a cabinet. Thought I had gotten the wrong size. But no! It worked out great on the cabinet. Thank You Rockler for have a wide selection of products.
February 1, 2018
1 year ago
Woodworking Experience:
Worked like it should
June 13, 2017
over 2 years ago
A must have product for use on tables , vanities, cabinets that will set on any uneven surface such as ceramic and porcelain tile, and hardwood floors. You can countersink into leg so that it appears leg is flush to floor surface and can not see leveler.
April 11, 2017
over 2 years ago
Woodworking Experience:
Nice feet
Not too much I can write about these feet. They are good quality. They compensate for un-level surfaces (or installation holes that are not drilled perpendicular to the floor). The actual pad on the bottom slides very nice on hard wood floors.

I use them with a locking nut to keep them from "adjusting" themselves when being moved.
September 28, 2016
over 4 years ago
Woodworking Experience:
Very satisfied with leveling feet.
These work well in leveling cabinets on uneven basement floor.
May 12, 2016
over 3 years ago
Woodworking Experience:
Work great for my table project for my daughter.
March 14, 2016
over 3 years ago
Woodworking Experience:
Works great! The swivel feature is...
Works great! The swivel feature is a real benefit to purchasing these over levelers that don't have the swivel. I used these with inserts on the bottom of three 3 cabinets I built. The inserts didn't always go in perfectly straight due to the wood grain or my lack of experience. The swivel feature compensates for the imperfectly aligned insert. The cabinets can be perfectly leveled and the complete foot of the leveler is on the wood floor.Highly recommended!
August 19, 2010
Excellent product, exactly what I needed,...
Excellent product, exactly what I needed, worked great.
August 25, 2009
Item exactly as described and worked...
Item exactly as described and worked great! Well made product. Fast shipment of swivels as well.
February 25, 2009
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Why did you choose this?
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To level a shop made entry bench for an uneven and sloping garage floor.
Clifford C. Cox, J on Jul 29, 2019
Liked the mounting method.
Paul K on Feb 7, 2019
To level a shop made entry bench for an uneven and sloping garage floor.
Clifford C. Cox, J on Jul 29, 2019
Level up a garden bench
Herb D on May 12, 2019
Liked the mounting method.
Paul K on Feb 7, 2019
Replacement for older chairs
patricia a on Jan 30, 2019
Mid century modern table with splayed legs
James B on Dec 7, 2018
The adhesive felt pad keep working their way off the angled front legs of our counter-height kitchen stools. I'm hoping the swivel leveler will give the felt pads more even contact with the wood floor.
joel b on Jun 17, 2018
same as self leveling glides
R O on Mar 28, 2018
Bought some in the store but they only had three in stock. Needed the other three chairs completed.
paul a on Jul 30, 2017
They be so fresh and so clean.
Mikhail N on Jul 4, 2017
to level something
mike y on May 23, 2017
table will be on uneven floor
steve w on Apr 4, 2017
Very nice design
Van S on Feb 14, 2017
Need these for 3 tables in the living room on a tile floor. They all wobble.
5galloncan on Dec 6, 2016
added to chairs. Make easier to slide and finds its own center to sit flat on rough floor.
Chris H on Oct 22, 2016
Because we have angled legs and need the diversity of these
Joanne M M on Oct 21, 2016
I have bar stools that have angled legs and I just installed a new hardwood floor so I need the levelers to change the angle so that the legs sit flat on the floor.
Stephen T on Oct 13, 2016
Not all floors are level.
DAVID H on Sep 22, 2016
I needed something like this.
Donald P on Sep 16, 2016
The swivel levelers is exactly what I need on my kitchen chairs since the legs contact the floor at an angle. We will see how long they will last before wearing out from sliding on my tile floor. (Others have not lasted long!). Stay tuned for a follow-up report. Installed 0n 9/2016.
Dale N on Aug 23, 2016
Robin R on Aug 7, 2016
My workshop and garage floors were poured by crews that must have had a liquid lunch. These levellers help my shop and garage projects stand steady and level.
Andy B on Apr 7, 2016
These levelers were perfect for the set of barstools I made.
Jim R on Jan 15, 2016
i already had some and needed more of the same thing
William R on Aug 9, 2015
my hardwood floor is 1" out of level where i want to place a credenza. this should do the trick.
jennifer c on May 13, 2015
Level up a garden bench
Herb D on May 12, 2019
Replacement for older chairs
patricia a on Jan 30, 2019
I am searching for floor protection for my kitchen chairs, would these work? I don't want to take a chance at scratching our new laminate flooring!
A shopper on Jun 18, 2015
BEST ANSWER: We put these levelers on our counter stools. In order to keep them from possibly scratching the hard wood floor, we added self-stick felt circles. The felt comes off occasionally, so we check them regularly. I think it's possible the levelers could scratch a laminate floor if used alone. I wouldn't take the chance.
do you carry a non slip base?
curt c on May 27, 2015
BEST ANSWER: I do not believe we do, sorry
can you tell me the length of the stud on this product?
P E on Apr 25, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Sorry for the late response, it's about 1" long
I'm assuming the foot and the threaded rod do not spin freely at the connection between the two correct? The application we are planning won't provide much access to the rod so I'm hoping the adjustment can be made be only turning the foot. thanks.
Jeff S on Aug 20, 2019
BEST ANSWER: The got swivels on the threaded rod. There is enough tension at the joint to adjust using the foot if there is no access to the threads.