Rated 3 out of 5Â by 13
Rated 5 out of 5Â 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 5 out of 5Â by HomeDepotWorks Sizing
This cabinet actually has the right sizing but labeled wrong. This is a 36" Lazy Susan but the dimensions of the actual box of the cabinet is 28". This has to be pulled out from the wall for it to work properly, as a 36" cabinet. Cabinet sizes come in 3" increments. 28 isn't a proper size for cabinets. Just keep this in mind when purchasing
October 27, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5Â 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 3 out of 5Â by newcarpenter Read before you post
Nice piece, works great. Read the specs people, it "fits" in a 36 x 36 space, not "takes up 36 x 36". it says 16.8" depth so it did have a space in back & had to put a small frame in. no big deal considering the amount of time we spent on the rest of the kitchen
October 28, 2012
Rated 1 out of 5Â by DYIFixerupper Worst Lazy Susan EVER!!
We did a huge remodel on our kitchen about 3 years ago and used the unfinished cabinet line for both uppers and lowers in out kitchen and laundry room. So far, not including the lazy susan, they are all doing great considering my family is a work hard, play hard, pretty much hard on everything type of family.
Although this is a great price for a lazy susan, we ended up purchasing THREE (!!!)- returning two- and they were all HORRIBLE (!!!!) quality! By the third one we ended up being so frustrated that we just kept and installed it.
The first one had hardware issues- the table turned completely around great in the store- but by the time it was taken into the will-call room, picked up and brought into the house (all within 3 days) the doors completely fell off and jammed itself closed. (the rod had literally blown up inside)
The second one turned great also, but when getting ready to load it completely fell apart. (Outer construction)
The last one we had to re-align the table before installing it, after it was installed and the counter top was set, the alignment is completely off- even after fighting with re-aligning it for over and hour it is still kicked sideways to where it catches. (Thinking it is also the center rod)
Anyway, for the price, this line HD has is pretty decent, but I recommend that if you can, steer clear of getting the lazy susan.
(FYI- We had a professional contractor install the cabinets [family member] who recommends them for the "low budget" remodelers, but also says now to stay away from them (the lazy susans) if they can be avoided.)
January 4, 2014