If you grew up watching science fiction as a kid, the world around us can seem like the future you saw on TV. We have communicators in our pockets, advanced AIs work hard to make our lives easier, and computers controlled by voice are so common the UN has criticized them. The Transformer Table finally brings the future to furniture, with the kind of futuristic design we expect from the Enterprise, and before Black Friday, you can save 21%.

A Table That Fits Anywhere

Folded, you might mistake the Transformer Table for a modernist console. At its smallest, it's just 18 inches long and 30 high, with a storage system that nests all the panels and hardware underneath.

It's when you unfold it, with up to 11 feet of table space, that the genius of it becomes clear. Just pull one set of legs away from the other and drop in the table panels. Using mag latch returns and an adjustable middle leg for support, the panels hook into each other and create a unique space to eat, work, and play that's easy to return to console size.

A Handsome Transformer

Successfully funded on Kickstarter, the Transformer Table is designed to look good no matter where it is. Made from sturdy hardwood, the table has a Siberian Birch finish that resists both heat and water. There's no medium-density fibreboard (MDF) or melamine in the construction, so you won't have to worry about the materials giving way or off-gassing.

The set also comes with two benches to sit at your table that similarly unfold, and a smaller-scale coffee table to complement your living room. Especially in small spaces or areas where you want some room, the future has finally arrived.

Get the Transformer Table Dining Set with Bench & Coffee Table for $2,499.99 (reg. $3,199) and save 21% with this Pre-Black Friday deal!

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