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Lazy Susan, Heavy-Duty Swivel

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The Lazy Susan Heavy-Duty Swivel is solidly built providing stable support for large stationary platforms. It is great for use as a tabletop Lazy Susan, but works for much larger applications as well. The Ball bearings ensure smooth, quite movement.

(1) Heavy-Duty Swivel Lazy Susan
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Manufacturer Part Number TALS-17
Weight 3.5500
Tech Spec
  • Secures to upper platform only
  • 330 lb load rating
  • 17-3/8" Diameter
  • 13/16" Height
  • Aluminum construction
  • Steel ball bearings
  • 360 Degree rotation
Hardware Type Lazy Susan
4.5 / 5.0
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The best, quality and price right.
One might call this a Lazy Susan but it is built for service.
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June 23, 2020
1 month ago
Excellent piece of hardware
I used this for a 30" lazy Susan made from padauk, black walnut, and Patagonian rosewood. I wasn't sure if it would be stable due to the large size, but it came out well and is very stable and works perfectly on our oversized dining room table.
My giant lazy Susan came out great and is quite stable even at 30" Dia.
My giant lazy Susan came out great and is quite stable even at 30" Dia.
June 22, 2020
1 month ago
Woodworking Experience:
Perfect product for making a carousel.
These are perfect. While they advertise for handling a lot of weight, it works equally well with very little weight. I am very pleased that I purchased this item. I use then for a corner cabinet and it makes everything accessible.
May 17, 2020
1 year ago
Woodworking Experience:
Works great.
November 15, 2019
8 months ago
Woodworking Experience:
Large Lazy Susan
Used it for a 32" lazy susan. 3/4" maple stock. Works great.
August 19, 2019
Woodworking Experience:
Built great, performs great. Worth every cent.
Worked great for my application! Such a smooth and quiet revolution. It handles a fair amount of weight with no interruption of motion.
July 4, 2019
1 year ago
Woodworking Experience:
Works great
I bought this for The Geek Pub project to build a full size R2-D2 replica. This spins the dome. Works perfect!
March 28, 2019
1 year ago
Woodworking Experience:
Used the top of a wine barrel to make a lazy Susan with this hardware. Was the perfect size.
November 23, 2018
1 year ago
Woodworking Experience:
Nice , last and good capacity !
Been looking for long time , could not find it at Home Depot or Lowe’s to have bigger size like this , I used it to build my polish rack for my salon , save me a lot space and ton of money to buy and feel more homey made by you when you spin it every day ! Still working good after couple years whit feel hundreds pounds easy !
My polish rack with lazy Susan !
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September 2, 2018
over 4 years ago
Woodworking Experience:
Lazy Susan, Heavy-Duty Swivel
Received both the glass and heavy duty swivel on time and working well on the dinner table. Glass is thick and of good quality.
April 26, 2018
over 2 years ago
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Why did you choose this?
Rockler Store
Outdoor large lazy susan that will have an umbrella hole.
PAUL G on Jun 12, 2020
Building a 24 inch lazy Susan. Should work well.
Daniel S on Apr 17, 2020
Outdoor large lazy susan that will have an umbrella hole.
PAUL G on Jun 12, 2020
Franke J on May 4, 2020
Building a 24 inch lazy Susan. Should work well.
Daniel S on Apr 17, 2020
recommended by friend
Dennis L on Apr 14, 2020
I needed something heavy enough to create a lazy Susan out of a wine barrel lid. I read a review that said this worked great for exactly that.
Denise K on Apr 14, 2020
I am building a 1:1 R2-D2 and this is the recommended part from the R2 Builders Club to make the dome swivel.
Spencer L on Dec 31, 2019
right size good reviews
Vicki H on Oct 27, 2019
This was recommended for a project I am working on at the moment.
Bette S on Jul 31, 2019
Selected to customize a lazy susan for a client.
Laura M on Jul 17, 2019
Building R2D2, this was recommended.
Lea S on Jul 5, 2019
Its for building a droid
Corey Pierce I on Jun 4, 2019
For building a robot.
Fred R on Feb 20, 2019
availability and overnight shipping available
Kingston K on Apr 16, 2018
good reviews
Jeff D on Mar 15, 2018
To make a puzzle table for the wife.
Richard C on Dec 10, 2017
Rockler had the item that we have been looking for. We used Rockler back in the 1980's to make our own kitchen cabinets. They always had all the supplies we needed.
B O on Jun 26, 2017
I checked out a YouTube video of this item to verify how "Heavy Duty" it was. In the video I could tell it was very well made and truly "Heavy Duty" so I decided to go ahead and buy it.
I mean to make it easier to get to the back liquor bottles that are kept in the cabinet above my refrigerator. The cabinet is a 20 " wide on each side of the middle upright and 24" deep. The weight and the number of bottles needs extra support.
James S on May 27, 2017
i needed a heavy duty lazy susan hardware for a table project
zac h on Jan 9, 2017
I could not find an 18" lazy Susan that fit with my decor so I decided to build one and this product looked well made.
Sarah D on Jul 7, 2016
Repairing glass top lazy susan on large deck table. This looks like this will fit and will last a long time of heavy use.
Robert K on Jun 9, 2016
This item is recommended for rotating the torso on the B9 robot.
Ken P on May 11, 2016
These are well worth the money-work great
Terry S on Apr 28, 2016
LEVAN L on Mar 30, 2016
Needed heavy-duty swivel
Clark H on Mar 22, 2016
JOHN C on Mar 18, 2016
Will either be the rotating base for a droid, or a piece of a lazy susan if I lose interest
Rodney P on Dec 17, 2015
Needed a solid swivel to hold a 36" top. Seems to be doing the job as intended.
James K on Oct 2, 2015
made a lazy susan for my daughter's classroom for her laptop.
jack s on Oct 1, 2015
Using for my R2D2 Build.
Philip P on Sep 30, 2015
Looking for a solid and smooth lazy susan mechanism to use as cake turntables. We have used other types and the construction of this particular item is what drew my attention, of course once we are done making our turntables will we really be able to understand the value of this mechanism. Stay tuned...
Leonardo S on Aug 14, 2015
I needed a lazy Susan for my wine barrel table top.
Harley B on Aug 2, 2015
Francis D on Jul 17, 2015
recommended buy the R2 builders site for mounting dome so that it can swivel.
AIMEE D on May 29, 2015
This is for my R2D2 dome, Recommend by most R2 Builders
Brian P on May 27, 2015
Recommended by R2 builders
Sharul M on Apr 23, 2015
Build 42" laze susan
Gary S on Apr 20, 2015
Franke J on May 4, 2020
recommended by friend
Dennis L on Apr 14, 2020
What size screws to attach the hardware to the lazy susan?
Maryland DIY'er on Sep 5, 2016
Does not turn easely, and is noisy. Is it defective, whatever is the screw on the side for?
Gordon R on Mar 4, 2017
BEST ANSWER: I thought the screw on the side of the frame was a locking screw. It is not. I believe it adjusts the side pressure on the bearings. If you made the same mistake I did and rotated the screw fully counterclockwise, it allows the bearings to travel too freely, causing noise and excess friction. To correct, turn the screw fully clockwise until tight and rotate several turns. If the travel is not smooth, turn the screw very slightly (maybe 1/16 turn) counter clockwise, and rotate several turns again. I was able to get the travel back to about as smooth as when I took it out of the wrapper with one such adjustment. Rockler really should indicate that this screw is not for user adjustment on the product packaging. Alternatively, the manufacturer should lock the screw at the factory if it does not need further adjustment. Note that I did my adjustment without any load on the bearings. I may need to adjust it again once I get the rotating table assembled and loaded.
Could this support a 54" diameter platform?
Kitty H on Nov 22, 2015
BEST ANSWER: I happen to have an engineering background and the answer to your question is not related to the Lazy Susan as it can support 330 LB. the issue is about the stability of the turntable - in order for the turn table to be stable with FOOD on it, it should have a radius of at LEAST 50% of the rotating table. that still would not guaranty stability if heavy items are placed on the perimeter of the rotating plate.
it looks to me that you might need a custom made unit.

Good Luck

What is the inside diameter? 17 & 3/8 is the recorded diameter. I'm assuming this the external diameter.
Louis D on Oct 12, 2018
I have a 24 inch piece of quartz, shaped into an octagon. I'm looking for something to swivel this lazy susan on top of my new quartz kitchen island. Would the bottom of this swivel scratch the quartz? Does it have rubber bumpers? Thank you!
Vicki N on May 17, 2020
BEST ANSWER: This bearing has six white plastic "buttons" on both top and bottom; the buttons are pretty stiff but certainly are resilient enough to provide good contact. I originally bought the bearing to make a wood lazy susan, but the bearing works a lot better if it has significant weight on it. I tried it with a piece of quartz about 24 inches square, and it works well with that weight.
I would like to put a glass top on lazy susan swivel, and wondering how is the aluminum finish?
Namhi P on May 27, 2016
BEST ANSWER: it is a satin finish but would require some rubber feet to mount to the Lazy susan in order to set the glass top on it and not have it slide around
Will this support a 16" round piece of granite ??
Sandi on Apr 28, 2016
BEST ANSWER: I'm assuming it isn't real thick, so yes I think it will support a 16" round piece of granite.
Would it support a 40 inch wooden top?
Sandor G on Jan 4, 2017
BEST ANSWER: As far as weight, there is no problm. as far as stability, you have 11" on outside the circul which may cause it to tip over if items are not evenly distributed
Do I need to replace all hardware if the ball bearings are worn out?
Wijdan R on Oct 27, 2016
BEST ANSWER: you will need to replace the entire carousel
Will this work for a chair and 200lb body ?
Alan J on May 22, 2019
BEST ANSWER: It specifies that it’s rated for over 300 lbs. but you can only attach one side of the bearings via screws. You need to secure the other side otherwise it may tip off the bearings. I used a metal rod in a Teflon tube. The rod was centered and freely rotated and held the Susan base to my rotating tree slab.
Is there a way to secure the Susan ? We want to use it so that the susan can be stable under a slot machine
Pamela C on Feb 4, 2019
BEST ANSWER: That's a very good swivel I should support the slot machine no problem, there are screw holes on both the inner and outer rings the outer ones are if you to add a wooden disk to increase the diameter of the swivel for more stability
How do I make my lazy Susan higher?
K M on Jul 13, 2018
BEST ANSWER: I believe there about 8 attachment locations to the mounting surface. Make "stand-offs". Purchase a wood dowel rod approximately 3/4 inch in diameter. Cut to lengths you want to raise the lazy Susan, say 1/2 inch, make 8 pieces. Bore a 3/16 or 1/4 inch hole in the center of each. Obtain appropriate length (flat head) screws, put the wood stand-offs under the lazy Susan and attach to surface.
I want to put a 36" granite top on this. How much weight is this rated for?
Julio C on Jul 9, 2018
BEST ANSWER: This Lazy Susan is rated for 330 lbs.
I would like to add a swivel to an existing club chair and am wondering how to accomplish that?
camille c on May 28, 2016