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3" Square Lazy Susan
3" Square Lazy Susan Item #28951
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$2.99 Each
4" Square Lazy Susan
4" Square Lazy Susan Item #28969
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$3.99 Each
6" Square Lazy Susan
6" Square Lazy Susan Item #28977
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$4.99 Each
9" Round Lazy Susan
9" Round Lazy Susan Item #18531
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$6.99 Each
12" Round Lazy Susan
12" Round Lazy Susan Item #28985
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$9.99 Each

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Lazy Susans have a long history of improving the organization and accessibility of a wide variety of items. While traditionally you would find a Lazy Susan in the kitchen this useful piece of hardware can be used as an invaluable component for your: entertainment center, closet, pantry, liquor cabinet, tool rack and even for visually stunning centerpieces.

Each of these Lazy Susans feature a precision ball bearing system, for years of quiet, smooth operation and feature zinc plating for rust resistance. You can also recess the placement of these Lazy Susans, dropping the 5/16" thick hardware to a barely visible 1/8" profile.

(1) Low Profile Lazy Susans
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Weight 1.5800
Tech Spec Item #28951 (3" Square Lazy Susan):
  • External Dimension: 3'' Square
  • Central Opening: 1 1/4'' Diameter
  • Diameter of Bearing Circle: 2''
  • Drill 5/32'' holes and use #6 screws
  • Weight Rating: 200 lbs.

Item #28969 (4" Square Lazy Susan):
  • External Dimension: 4'' Square
  • Central Opening: 2 1/8'' Diameter
  • Diameter of Bearing Circle: 3''
  • Drill 5/32'' holes and use #6 screws
  • Weight Rating: 300 lbs.

Item #28977 (6" Square Lazy Susan):
  • External Dimension: 6'' Square
  • Central Opening: 4 5/8'' Diameter
  • Diameter of Bearing Circle: 5 1/2''
  • Drill 5/32'' holes and use #6 screws
  • Weight Rating: 500 lbs.

Item #18531 (9" Round Lazy Susan):
  • Overall Diameter: 9''
  • Diameter of Bearing Circle: 8''
  • Center Opening: 4 1/2''
  • Use #8 screws
  • Weight Rating: 750 lbs.

Item #28985 (12" Round Lazy Susan):
  • External Dimension: 12'' Diameter
  • Central Opening: 6 1/4'' Diameter
  • Diameter of Bearing Circle: 11''
  • Drill 3/16'' holes and use #8 screws
  • Weight Rating: 1000 lbs.

  • One Unit Construction (does not separate apart)
  • 360 Degree Movement
  • Only 5/16'' thick
  • Zinc Coated
Hardware Type Lazy Susan
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283 Reviews
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Work great for my lazy Susan
May 26, 2020
1 month ago
Woodworking Experience:
Really good
Made some rotating platforms for finishing my projects. I put a piece of 3/4" plywood on them and they work great. I am currently making a couple of cabinets for my kitchen and these have no trouble with the weight and still turning freely.
April 22, 2020
4 months ago
Woodworking Experience:
These are best use them all the time.
September 12, 2019
9 months ago
Woodworking Experience:
Tool Caddy
Works great. Easy to install. Good price.
9” Lazy Susan was easy to install and works very smoothly. Tool caddy is 12” square and 15” tall.
9” Lazy Susan was easy to install and works very smoothly. Tool caddy is 12” square and 15” tall.
May 13, 2019
1 year ago
Woodworking Experience:
Puzzle board
Used it to make a revolving puzzle board for my wife. She loves it. Saves her a lot of moving and shifting around.
April 11, 2019
1 year ago
Woodworking Experience:
Works well
I attached this to a piece of plywood to use for painting projects and it works great.
February 22, 2019
over 2 years ago
Woodworking Experience:
used to rebuild a cabinet. worked great.
December 20, 2018
over 3 years ago
Woodworking Experience:
Made 3 24 in. Lazy Susans
I had never made a lazy Susan, while at work a co-worker asked if I could make a unit for his work station. I found out about Rockler, and purchased one 12 in. Made it and his boss asked me to make 2 more. Everyone happy, now have to make one more for a 4th work station.
August 22, 2018
Woodworking Experience:
perfect for me
I needed to make a revolving work station for the top of my work bench so I could easily rotate things to work on the. This was just perfect for what I needed.
August 17, 2018
over 4 years ago
Woodworking Experience:
24" Lazy Suzan
I am in the process of making my daughter a 24" Lazy Susan for her patio table and will have it assembled tomorrow 07/04, then will send picture. Very happy with the swivel though, excited to see the outcome. Happy Birthday Tami!
July 3, 2018
1 year ago
Woodworking Experience:
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low profile needed on a project
Larry P on Aug 14, 2018
perfect size for project
gail s on Aug 5, 2018
low profile needed on a project
Larry P on Aug 14, 2018
Karyn W on Aug 14, 2018
perfect size for project
gail s on Aug 5, 2018
Making a rotating ironing board that pulls out of a cabinet.
Shane C on Aug 3, 2018
I have used this company and brand before and am well pleased. Will place another order soon. Louis
Louis P on Aug 1, 2018
to use on applying finish to projects
JOHN H on Jul 19, 2018
making my own hose reel
David B on Jul 17, 2018
Douglas C on Jul 17, 2018
Had used this item previously and with success, wanted some more for other projects.
Gerald J on Jul 16, 2018
I make many lazy susans out of beautiful Colorado Yule marble.
Gary B on Jul 14, 2018
the price was right
Nancy S on Jul 10, 2018
Excellent price for the item.
Jimmy R on Jul 8, 2018
Building a dictionary stand.
Paul S on Jul 6, 2018
Because if is easy to use and doesn’t, show on the bottom when used on a lazy Susan.
Yvonne M on Jun 20, 2018
Size, price and low profile
Robin C on Jun 16, 2018
ball lazy Susan project
William c on Jun 15, 2018
you are the only one that has what I want thank you
William b on Jun 5, 2018
I'm building a enclosed tv/ video entertainment cabinet in my travel trailer and I'm mounting a 24" tv on top of the lazy susan it so I can have a greater range of viewing
dennis h on May 28, 2018
Making a revolving knife block
William N on May 22, 2018
turn table project
mike s on May 18, 2018
we use it to turn a planting tower so that it can get equal sunlight and all sides.
RICHARD M on May 6, 2018
I am expanding my cedar chest & toy chest business.The susan will allow me to turn the chest instead of walking around to the other side. I have one susan setup now. Saves lots of time. Besides, I am old and lazy.
Marvin on May 5, 2018
Good product
John B on May 2, 2018
Used it before
James S on Apr 28, 2018
just needed a reasonably priced bearing for a project
Engbullie on Apr 18, 2018
I purchased a 9" and a 12" before. The 12" works fine, silent and easy turning. The 9" is noisy. gritty. and harder to move. Cost about the same to ship it back as to try another one. If the 6" and 9" don't work, I'll send it all back.
Jesse B on Apr 14, 2018
Artwork project
Tina D on Apr 13, 2018
ARTHUR M on Apr 11, 2018
Randy on Apr 8, 2018
We are organizing our spice cabinet.
Robert G on Mar 20, 2018
it is what need to finish kitchen cabinet
kurt l on Mar 20, 2018
For small project paint station
Terry Van A on Mar 15, 2018
I am repairing a swivel chair.
Craig T on Mar 14, 2018
Used before, happy with performance
Lillian P on Mar 12, 2018
needed compact size bearing
Richard O on Mar 5, 2018
Wanted to try out this mechanism vs. Box Store buy
Rick H on Feb 28, 2018
To build a rotating wall with 55" Smart 4kHDTV mounted on it to pivot between billiard room and basement man-cave space.
Adam G on Feb 26, 2018
I have a stacked washer/dryer and wanted to maximize storage use on top of it. It's 24x24 and I have a piece of 3/4 ply at least that big... so rather than pay $48 for a complete Lazy Susan, I can make my own. Appearance doesn't really matter 6' off the ground, after all. Plus, I saved enough money to get two (shipping $ practically the same) and save one for a future project.
Brian G on Feb 25, 2018
wasn't available in store last time I visited
Kelly M on Feb 23, 2018
good price, free shipping, familiar with product
Terence R on Feb 10, 2018
High load capacity, low price
Tevlin P on Feb 10, 2018
I compared prices and quality. I need the lazy susans I make to spin sweetly. The demo looked good.
Donna H on Feb 1, 2018
Size and load capacity
Mike C on Jan 23, 2018
Forgot to pickup while in store 1/20/18
Richard M on Jan 21, 2018
Project is a rotating school project display board for my granddaughter. Rockler looked to be the best choice for quality and price.
Roger M on Jan 17, 2018
Turntable for finish spraying
DOUG A on Jan 5, 2018
need for project
Thomas E on Dec 27, 2017
I can not get these locally
Kenneth R on Dec 7, 2017
Because I need to create a rotating shelf for a project I'm building.
Marveen S on Nov 30, 2017
because I need it for a project
Robert S on Nov 24, 2017
Karyn W on Aug 14, 2018
Making a rotating ironing board that pulls out of a cabinet.
Shane C on Aug 3, 2018
What size of lazy Susan is recommended for a 25x15 dollhouse?
Sandi M on Dec 2, 2015
BEST ANSWER: I would use the 12 inch one
Do I attach it directly to the finished piece and are there feet provided to protect table top?
Chris O on Jun 24, 2017
BEST ANSWER: The project that I used the low profile lazy susans for were used by my wife to hold knitting yarn. I turned a spindle and base which was able to spin as the yarn was pulled, allowing the yarn to unroll without getting tangled. I attached the lay susan to the bottom of the base, and then turned a base foot, a little smaller than the main base so that the unit was able to spin and not mar the surface that it was sitting on. I guess to answer your question, the unit doesn't come with feet.
what is the thickness of the black plates?
A shopper on Aug 20, 2015
BEST ANSWER: back plate is 1/32 and the thickness of the entire plate is 5/16
What brand is the 9", Triangle from Oshkosh?
matt m on Aug 12, 2017
Are the top and base plates included along with the bearings?
Sandy on Jan 18, 2020
BEST ANSWER: It is a one piece unit. Ready to be used. Not individual pieces.
What's the weight capacity of the 12"?
Johnny L on Nov 5, 2019
BEST ANSWER: The 12" round Lazy Susan is rated at 1000 lbs.
I purchased a 12" round Lazy Susan, makes a lot of noise when you turn it, is this normal or did I get a bad one?
Larry M on Dec 9, 2019
BEST ANSWER: Depending on what is meant by "Lot of Noise". Mine has the roller bearing noise as to be expected. Suggest taking it back and compare with other bearings in the store.


Darrel McDaniel
I built a 6 foot wood book shelf. 14" by 14" square. It weighs approximately 40 pounds. I used the 6" square swivel, but it is very flimsy for the height and the bookshelf sways from side to side. Would the 12" round swivel be the correct product?
Burly on Oct 25, 2018
BEST ANSWER: You need a swivel with a more stable base if your stand is that high. How mush weigh you put it it will also determine how heavy a swivel you will need. The smaller swivels will never hold up
which lazy Susan would you use for a 41" kidney shaped corner cabinet?
Ann G on Jul 23, 2018
BEST ANSWER: First of all, Ann, you did not say whether this is in a corner of lower level kitchen cabinets. Those special bearings have a central pole that fastens to the top and bottom of the cabinet to stabilize the shelves (usually two). The lazy susan metal bearings are made with two plates separated by a ring of bearings. These require access that you would not have inside a cabinet. For a regular 41" round lazy susan, I use the large size bearing set. I attach the top plate of the bearing to the bottom of the 41" disc. Be careful to get things perfectly centered! Then I attach a 1/4" thick base of about 24" diameter to the bottom plate of the bearing with sheet metal screws that go into the small pre-drilled holes in the bottom metal plate. I pre-drill holes in the 24" disc using the small holes in the bottom plate as a guide. Then I use a 3/8" forstner drill to make a small recess in the 24" round so that the 1/4" long sheet metal screws do not stick out. The screws must be short so that they do not hang up on the upper plate as the bearings rotate. Finally, I place self-stick pads on the bottom rim of the 24" disc so that it does not slip around on the table or base of the cabinet. Good luck with this. Final note: I use an ice pick through the screw holes to find the holes in the bottom plate. Two ice picks or long skinny nails work very well to line up the holes for the sheet metal screws. Dennis M.
Will these hold up outside for patio table lazy susan?
Chuck M on Jun 24, 2018
BEST ANSWER: Yes, I will. This is a sturdy product that i have used as a tool caddy for a few years. I am not sure if it is stainless steel, so you will need to cover it or bring it inside when not in use.
Does the 12 inch turntable come with the two, black plates (upper and lower?
Robert J on Jun 30, 2015
BEST ANSWER: The picture of the 12 inch lazy susan is accurate. There are no further parts and the displayed model does not separate.
How fast and how long will the lazy susan spin? I'm looking at the 3" bearings.
Ruth H on Feb 10, 2018
BEST ANSWER: It s constructed very good, but for spinning, it will spin as fast and as long as you want to spin it.
How much weight can each size handle?
Amy S on Mar 7, 2017
BEST ANSWER: Amy, the 'Susan' I used is 12"s in diameter. I use it in my shop under a 24x24" 3/8 sheet of plywood. It easily supports small cabinets 2'x3' for spraying. It is rugged and would no doubt hold heavier objects. I hope this helps you.
Where is the 6" bearing made? I have purchased this item in the past and it was made in USA. Are they still made in the USA?
Jeff H on Sep 1, 2016
BEST ANSWER: My order from a few months ago are stamped with Made in USA...Oshkosh, WI
I'm using the 9 inch for a granite lazy Susan . I know there is stick on felt pads out there . Is there something better that will attach to the holes on the bottom like rubber tips ?
Edthecat on Mar 27, 2016
BEST ANSWER: I attached a square of thin, felt-covered ply to the base. You could use non-slip router padding instead of felt.
I want to build a bookshelf that spins around. Will the 12inch be strong enough for this?
Kim H on Nov 25, 2019
BEST ANSWER: Seems to me that size and weight of books and bookcase would have a lot to do with answering this.
Which side is the top side?
Rebecca A on Sep 24, 2019
BEST ANSWER: It does not matter - they are the same on both sides
What is the thinnest that the material can be to use for the lazy susan?
Paul B on Dec 16, 2018
BEST ANSWER: I would think that would depend on how small your screws (possibly) tacks ) are. Might need a washer if the head is too small for the point. 1/4” might be as thin as I would try.
We would like to turn our reclining rocker into a swivel rocker/recliner but to do so we need the swivel hardware to be much bigger than 12". Do you carry a larger size? If not, do you have any idea where we might find one?
Scott P on May 20, 2018
BEST ANSWER: the specific Lazy Susan pictured would not suffice for a swivel chair. Not nearly heavy enough. When I bought one I used it for a spice rack.
Would it be possible to GLUE the 4" model to the bottom of a plastic display instead of using screws? Is it flat enough to make good contact? TY
Cathy F on Jul 29, 2017
BEST ANSWER: Yes, that is how I attached them to my knitting yarn ball swivel that I made for my wife and others. The glue is regular carpenter's glue which is fairly thick and it is aloud to ooze up into the mounting holes. May sure you keep away from the bearings. Just a dab on each corner will work. The glue has to be compatible with the plastic display material in your case ..... I was using maple and/or oak wood.
I have a 48" diameter pedestal table and would like to turn the top into a lazy susan. Which lazy susan bearing would best accommodate this conversion?
Ann S on Mar 28, 2017
BEST ANSWER: The 12" bearing is rated at 500 pounds, so it should do nicely. Because of the large diameter of the table, though, you'll want to mount the bearing to a larger base so that something sitting on the edge of the 48" top won't tip on the edge of the 12" bearing.
We had a lazy susan for a corner kitchen cabinet that was inadvertantly disposed of - it was likely some 25+ years old. We still have the cabinet and the doors. Our contractor replaced the mechanism and because it is further back in the cabinet (I think), the doors now hit the back of the cabinet and wont turn more than 1/3 of the way - is there a way to find a smaller mechanism that would sit closer to the door, allowing the door to swing more fully?
arthurmich on Nov 1, 2016
BEST ANSWER: They have different sizes of these on the Rockler web site that you could choose from. They also have a weight rating if that helps too.
What size bearing do I need for glass table which is 190cm in diameter? The glass that will sit on top of the bearing will probably be 155cm in diameter
A A on Jun 19, 2016
BEST ANSWER: The glass must be sufficiently stiff to not flex. Glass is brittle and can't handle any bending even if the Lazy Susan hardware can handle the weight. The long lever length is from the edge of the Lazy Susan to the outer edge of the glass. An unsupported length of almost a meter is a problem since the glass does not bend--it breaks. The other problems are the weight of the table top and the rigidity of the mounting. If you can mount it so it won't tilt then go with the weights listed in the Overview. They say a 6 inch will handle 500 lbs. I would go with the largest one that looks good and handles the weight but since glass is risky I would use some supports radiating out from the center.
We are having a 32" granite lazy susan made - how big of a bearing do we need to use?
Julie B on Jan 16, 2016
BEST ANSWER: I have only used the 12 inch one for lazy suzan used by quilters as a cutting board. For one that size and weight I would hope it would have to be much bigger and stronger then the ones I use
Do you have 23" to 24" lazy susan bearings?
A shopper on Aug 19, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Yes we have a lazy susan that is 23-5/8" diameter. #56875
what is the centerline spacing of the holes on lazy susan #28969?
john p on Jul 19, 2018
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