A simple Susan for your table

The Stainless-Steel Lazy Susan offers an attractive way to ensure that everyone at the table can reach the salt.

Thursday Bram
Thursday Bram is a freelance journalist of over five years experience. She has worked in real estate and property management, learning the hard way the difference between the appliances that people like and the appliances that actually work in a home. Thursday currently lives in Maryland.
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The Stainless-Steel Lazy Susan
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A lazy Susan can make organizing the kitchen a little easier, whether it's placed on the counter or on the table. But only a few lazy Susans are really attractive enough that you might want to put them out when you're entertaining. The Stainless-Steel Lazy Susan is one of those: with its shining base, it looks good anywhere. The actual surface of the lazy Susan is nonslip silicone that will keep bottles and other items upright even if you build up a little speed spinning it around. The surface is gray and blends nicely, especially when you place salt, pepper, and other items on it.

The Stainless-Steel Lazy Susan has a stainless-steel ball-bearing base, which translates into smooth turns even if you weigh it down. It turns 360 degrees and can fit comfortably in most cabinets, making it an easy solution for storing spices. In the event of a spill, the Stainless-Steel Lazy Susan wipes clean easily--another benefit of the silicone surface. It has a diameter of 11.25 inches and has a low profile, with a height of 1 inch. The Stainless-Steel Lazy Susan is $24.95.