Just for fun, a dealer once demonstrated to me the quality of Bosendorfer casters. He had an Imperial on the floor of his workshop, which had a glass-smooth concrete floor.

He gave the Imperial a slight nudge and off it went like a curling stone on ice. It just moved along at a snails pace. I figured it was getting its momentum from the movement of the planet, like a pendulum. It might have moved all the way to the wall had we not both stood in front of it and stopped it.

That was the day I realized that casters lock for a reason. laugh

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