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Lazy Susan, Slimline

Item #
78683
Rating:
86% of 100

Here's the lowest profile lazy susan available. The Slimline Lazy Susan is 7/64" thick with a pound load rating of 220 pounds. The low profile lazy susan is constructed of black plastic with metal rollers and is 12-5/8" in diameter.

(1) Slimline Lazy Susan
More Information
Brand Rockler
Manufacturer Part Number No
Weight 0.3000
Tech Spec
  • 12-5/8" diameter
  • 7/64" thick
  • 220 lb load rating
  • 360 degree swivel
Tech Docs Slimline Lazy Susan Instructions
Hardware Type Lazy Susan
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4.3 / 5.0
12 Reviews
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Still rolling after 2 years
Bought a couple of these 2 years ago while making a shoe carousel for my wife "Imelda". There's a good amount of weight on the bottom section of the carousel yet after 2 years they're still spinning great. Recommend.
August 30, 2018
Purchased
over 2 years ago
Woodworking Experience:
Intermediate
Perfect match for my project!
Used this Lazy Susan between the bae for the dollhouse I built and the table it sits on. Easy to roltate dollhouse, without making it too easy to accidentally move. Perfect for my granddaughters!
January 5, 2018
Purchased
10 months ago
Woodworking Experience:
Advanced
Excellent product
I really appreciate being able to find this swivel lazy susan. I changing a stool from stationary to swivel. It works well. I only wish that you carried a smaller size.
May 9, 2017
Purchased
1 year ago
Woodworking Experience:
Beginner
Great for the project I needed it for
Made a lazy Susan shoe rack and it worked perfectly. I do see an issue in the future where the metal rollers will eventually wear into the wood and cause the shelves to stop spinning.
January 2, 2017
Purchased
1 year ago
Woodworking Experience:
Advanced
Very nice and slim.
Worked as advertised.
March 4, 2016
Purchased
over 2 years ago
Woodworking Experience:
Beginner
Product works perfect for my application
Good product and service
November 3, 2015
Purchased
over 3 years ago
Woodworking Experience:
Advanced
Superb!!! Have purchased five. All perform as advertised
August 13, 2015
Purchased
over 3 years ago
Woodworking Experience:
Intermediate
It was just what I needed for the application for which it was being used.
They worked beautifully! I built a revolving shoe stand for my daughter's birthday and nothing I could find up here (Canada) would work as they all required screwing on and the finished stand was too big to move without taking it apart. With these taking it apart was no problem.
June 3, 2015
Purchased
over 3 years ago
Woodworking Experience:
Intermediate
Good
It’s a good product but a little flimsy; I dropped one and cracked on one side
I would use it again but caution in handling it
Also instructions should recommend minimum thickness material
June 24, 2018
Purchased
3 months ago
Woodworking Experience:
Intermediate
Nice low profile, but required top, & bottom causes excessive height. Tweaking it & shortening center bolt, using thinner material helps. Nice thin bering system.
January 7, 2018
Purchased
9 months ago
Woodworking Experience:
Advanced
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Dobson Mount
Zack W on Sep 13, 2018
recommended
Linnea F on Aug 15, 2018
Dobson Mount
Zack W on Sep 13, 2018
They match the factory bearings for a Zhumell 12in dobsonian telescope.
the dobsonian telescope base is a type of simple Altitude (up&down) & Azimuth (Right & Left) mount. The Azimuth portion is a type of lazy Susan, & on the 12" telescope it holds around 60 pounds
Jay M on Aug 20, 2018
recommended
Linnea F on Aug 15, 2018
special project
Leslie M on May 20, 2018
project I am making needs a slim swivel. These were the only low profile swivels I could find.
David J. V on Apr 25, 2018
I don't trust those little stamped steel ones so I am trying this one
B O on Mar 23, 2018
For an amateur telescope Dobsonian base
GEORGE PHILIP V on Feb 12, 2018
I like the low profile.
Jerry M. F on Feb 10, 2018
I have a band saw mill, we have bark beetle stained wood that a friend asked for a lazy susan
Larry B on Jan 17, 2018
looks like what I need.
Wayne A on Sep 12, 2017
Best for project that I'm building.
Clyde P on Sep 10, 2017
wanted a low profile lazy susan
Billy G on Aug 17, 2017
This is a great solution for a lazy susan that I've customized for my large island.
Karen W on Jul 19, 2017
Never used it. I bought it just to see what it was.
Frank M on Mar 5, 2017
I have a cabinet with tool holders and such on all sides, and I want to place it in a nook. Thus I need a quick way to accesss all sides.
John N on Dec 14, 2016
Needed for shoe carousels I build
Chuckie U on Jul 10, 2016
Its slim and allows options
daniel D on Jun 24, 2016
To support one end of a swiveling bar-height countertop to gain better access to a large kitchen island. The opposite end will have a caster.
John M on Feb 23, 2016
Found Great YouTube video on lazy susan shoe storage, needed this particular slimline to build the project!
Cynthia A G on Feb 23, 2016
I am making a lazy suzan shoe rack for my daughter, and this swivel appears to be the best fit for the job.
Anthony L on Jan 31, 2016
Due to its small height of 7/64".
Mike C on Dec 12, 2015
A project I am about to start.
Robert W on Dec 10, 2015
As another customer has done, I am also making a revolving, tiered shoe caddy for my daughter. Looking forward to receiving this product to complete the project.
Laura Ann R on Nov 30, 2015
I was making Lazy Susan's for my wife and married daughters. The LS Slimline worked perfectly -- on five different Lazy Susans.
John on Sep 2, 2015
Thinnest lazy Susan bearing readily available. Works well.
Don C on Sep 1, 2015
seems to be the right fit for my project
James P. M on Aug 18, 2015
Built a "Lazy Shoezanne" for a friend.
Ronald R on Jul 10, 2015
Building a low profile lazy susan for kitchen island
Carlton R on Jul 8, 2015
I am going to attempt to make a lazy susan for my wifes' 100 pair of shoes. The slimeline seems to be best for my application.
Masson C on Jun 26, 2015
Building a project for son's closet
Peter H on Jun 24, 2015
My husband is building a shoe carousel for me.
Brenda H on Jun 23, 2015
make a small lazy susan Like the thin design
James S on Jun 15, 2015
This is going to be used for a Dobsonian telescope base. I've used similar ones before, and expect this one will be of excellent quality too.
John C on Jun 8, 2015
Needed for a project for customer to be able to turn stage partitions.
Kevin S on Jun 3, 2015
good value and right size
Robert T on May 31, 2015
Called for in plans for lazy susan shoe rack
Rudolfo P on May 20, 2015
For it's thinness and it's weight bearing capability.
Kevin S on May 14, 2015
need for project
George D on Apr 23, 2015
A solid low profile lazy susan for what I'm building.
Daryll S on Apr 15, 2015
to make a shoe lazy susan
steve b on Apr 10, 2015
They match the factory bearings for a Zhumell 12in dobsonian telescope.
the dobsonian telescope base is a type of simple Altitude (up&down) & Azimuth (Right & Left) mount. The Azimuth portion is a type of lazy Susan, & on the 12" telescope it holds around 60 pounds
Jay M on Aug 20, 2018
special project
Leslie M on May 20, 2018
Is hardware included?
A shopper on Apr 20, 2015
BEST ANSWER: There is a center post included to mount between two boards. it was too tall for me so I ended up using a shorter dowel piece that I put the center hole over. The post provided isn't big, maybe a half inch on either side but that was too deep for the tray I was mounting on top. would work fine with 3/4 inch wood. product has worked well so far, it is definitely the slimmest lazy susan I've seen.
can this item be used with stone?
ben m on Jul 21, 2016
BEST ANSWER: If the stone isn't too heavy it can be used. I do believe there is a weight limit. I would not recommend using it on stone. It is plastic and the rollers are thin light duty metal type rollers. Maybe even aluminum.
would this product be suitable for a vertical mounting application, such as a garden hose reel device?
jay m on Aug 30, 2018
BEST ANSWER: The bearing are held in place so being vertical shouldn't present a problem. There are no bearings around the center so that would have to be considered when making your reel.
Can this plastic be painted?
DecorDiva on Mar 24, 2017
BEST ANSWER: Don't know that. My guess would be that a paint designed for polymers would work. I've purchased five of these. With the design of the slim line, none of my lazy Susan's have the item visible. I insert it between the LS and a bottom piece.
What size is the center hole?
Chris W on Feb 5, 2018
BEST ANSWER: The center hole is 5/8”, but that may not be what you want to know. The hole takes a pin that comes with it, so size is irrelevant. The bottom surface needs a 5/16” hole all the way through (and 9/16” counterbore if your surface is too thick), and the top surface needs a 3/8” pilot hole that is 7/16” deep.
I want todrill a 1inch hole in the center of the lazy susan will this still work on a outdoor table with an umbrella pole?
william w on Jun 27, 2017
BEST ANSWER: As long as you make sure the umbrella pole isn't leaning to the side, against the top section that turns, it shouldn't affect the turning of the table at all
Are the Slimline and Low Profie Lazy Susans two separate items? It is unclear .
John N on Oct 25, 2016
BEST ANSWER: It is just one item. It has a clearance of 1/8 - 3/16 of an inch.
Is hardware included? If not, is connector bolt hardware available on your website?
Vince H on Apr 17, 2015
BEST ANSWER: yes, hardware is included.