How is your entry original and unique?
The VersoTable provides a portable, lightweight surface for graveside, church, and chapel services. Whether serving as a table for graveside inurnment, or an additional place to display photos, a folded American flag, or other mementos, the VersoTable is a beautiful and easily-deployed alternative to heavier wooden tables. The base table is made from aluminum and features a patented leg-extension system. The surface, which measures a full 25" square, is 40% larger than the standard, heavy tables on the market and can accommodate pictures, flowers, urn and more. The VersoTable's cover and carry bag are a unique, patent-pending design. The bag, which other tables treat as an afterthought, is integrated into the cover of the VersoTable, meaning the bag is never lost, destroyed, or left on the ground at the cemetery. The entire VersoTable, including the aluminum table and the clever bag/cover combo weighs just eight pounds.
Describe the practicality and sustainability of your product/service.
The 8-pound weight of the entire VersoTable means that any member of the staff can carry the complete system to the chapel, church, or graveside easily. Deployment is accomplished in less than a minute by a single user. The included table, which is rated to hold 60 pounds, has easy-slide extendable legs with a patented design. The sturdy fabrics we choose are designed for upholstery applications, so they are resistant to wear and tear.
What is the exclusive benefit and value of your product/service?
Simply stated, the VersoTable is larger than other options, lighter than other tables, and is available in a wider range of attractive fabrics.
How does the quality and design of your product/service set your entry apart?
All our products are designed by industry veterans. Having a designer who has actually used these items in the field is priceless. Our products also undergo rigorous testing by our pilot funeral home testers. Finally, we have resisted the urge too create products that mimic others in the industry. We do not take on a new product unless we can find a way to make it better or to solve the underlying problem with a completely new item.