High ‘n Low Sugar Substitute
It looks like this is just a design concept, but they should without a doubt make these.
They’re little silicone rectangles, made to resemble sugar packets that are usually used to help keep uneven tables stable.
I can’t imagine they’d cost a lot to produce. Every restaurant should have these on hand.
Toronto and Brooklyn-based design studio NYTO has recently developed High ‘n Low, a silicone shim substitute for wobbly tables and chairs. Real-deal sugar packets aren’t the most reliable and certainly aren’t reusable after they bust open. This rubber replica can be used over and over, easily carried in the pocket or purse, readily accessible when your seat or surface is less than stable. (from Core 77)