Rated 2.8 out of 5 by 18
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Sal Good value for the price
I have not installed this Lazy Susan base cabinet yet, but it looks like it will function very well. You do lose a bit of space since there is a void on the backside of the cabinet when it's installed, but that space is usually unreachable anyway, so no great loss there. I'm anxious to get all the cabinets set in place because once that is done it will be so much easier to visualize the finished kitchen!
September 27, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by HarleySoftail Good cabinet for the money
Have had it installed for 10 yrs. and works great and if you use very good stain and apply stain and varnish correctly, they look great.
January 19, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Donnie Flimsy
The only hard wood is the door and front trim, everything else is a cheap particle board. The hardwood panels in the doors rattle around and the trim is so roughly cut that some areas could not be sanded out and had to be filled. When picking them up, we had to sift through multiple cabinets in order to find one that was not beaten or busted. Even after that, we got them home to find some of the pieces such as the back mounting rails were missing. My advice is to buy something else, but if you do go with them, CAREFULLY inspect every one. We did our entire kitchen in them so time will tell if they hold up but we are not expecting much.
May 10, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by mommy777 "the best of them all"
as my remodelers did the work on my kitchen they said that the lazy suzan was their favorite one of them said that they are thinking abt getting one for their home. I loved the way that it fits, no it doesnt not fit back into a corner that is not how it it is built you would want to align the front of your cabnets. If you want it to fit snugly into a corner or if you have an island my suggestion would be to have it custom built or to modify this one. It does exactly what it is suppose to do for the price and I could not ask for a better corner unit
November 17, 2012
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Gizzmo Get what you pay for
Read ever thing close I thought this cabinet was 36x36 inches and was not why I don't know created a problem had 7 inches I had to fill in dead space in back cheap made staple all over sloppy glued as I said get what you pay for little deception I think how measurements were worded causing me a lot of extra work.
November 27, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by pro920 Nothing wrong with this cabinet
This corner cabinet with lazy susan is built the way it is simply for ergonomics. All corner cabinets are a waste of space due to the fact that the average arm cannot reach in far enough to retrieve product from the back corner. The cabinet builders have remedied this problem by decreasing the depth and dead space. This decreased depth also helps with out of square corners which occur in every home I have ever worked in. There is absolutely nothing wrong with this cabinet or it's design, the DIYer just needs more education.
February 5, 2012
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Memsean Review of the Review
Sorry, but I just have to jump in here. You get what you pay for and people complain too much about product specs when they are not reading the product specs correctly at all. There is no mis-representation here at all.
These are affordable, unfinished pieces. Not high end, out of reach cabinets folks. As my daughter says to the kids "you get what you get and you don't get upset".
I have no money but I need them, I will use them until my ship comes in. Thanks Home Depot.
August 31, 2012
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Brandi DIY's BEWARE - POOR DESIGN
1. ONLY FITS accurately in a 36 inch space if you set it out from the wall 71/2 inches on each side.
2. Only way to stablize it in place is to drive screws through the frame into the adjoining cabinets.
This is creates a problem if there is not an adjoining cabinet on one side, as was the case in my kitchen
design. A furing strip had to be attached to the wall and a piece of 1/4 inch plywood attached to both the
furing strip and the cabinet.
3. Furing strips need to be attached to the wall (at cabinet height) behind the cabinet to create a supporting
base for your counter tops.
Not insurmountable problems if you are reasonably handy however if you are paying a carpenter by the hour to do the installatiion figure in at least about 3 hours wages for the extra work involved.
These cabinets were not designed to be ergonomically supportive, they were designed to save the manufacturer a few dollars in production costs. It would have been well worth a few dollars more in the retail price for a proper design and to save the installer the frustration and extra work. A simple installation instruction sheet would not cost either the manufacture or the consumer a great deal of money.
September 21, 2014