$261 - $355
No Sales Tax, Except CT
Designed for use in corner wall corner cabinets
Unique offset support post allows for maximum storage
Shelf set comes with one height-adjustable post, one bearing and adjustable D-shaped Arena non-slip shelves
Comes with 2 or 3 shelves with surround rails
Shelves are made out of melamine and the post is made out of steel
Four heights are available, to fit cabinets with inside heights from 25-15/16" to 42 -1/4"
Easy stepless tray height adjustment so shelves can be adjusted to desired heights
Top and bottom mount
Load Capacity: 18 Lbs. per shelf
For face-frame and frameless cabinets
These D-Shaped "Twister" Lazy Susans by Hafele are designed to be used in corner cabinets. The shelf set comes with one height-adjustable axle, one bearing and adjustable D-shaped arena shelves. The offset axle allows for more storage space. There are four sizes are available, to fit cabinets with inside heights from 25-15/16" to 42 -1/4".
(W = side to side) (D = front to back) (H = top to bottom) Diameter: 19-3/4"
Minimum Door Opening: 10-5/8" W
Available in Three Heights:
25-15/16" - 30-1/4" 32" - 36-1/4" 38" - 42-1/4"
Ships via UPS/FedEx Ground
Great product! by: Randy Michelsen from: Broomfield, CO on: May 18, 2017
Hafele "Twister" Lazy Susan works great! Install is not difficult, just read through the instructions and follow closely. As you'd expect, the measurement to ensure correct placement of the upper
... by: Walt from: Poughkeepsie, NY on: September 21, 2016
well made, doesn't look cheap like plastic ones do. Easy to install and a great product
How deep and how wide does my cabinet need to be to use these shelves? - Asked about product HA-542.92.212
The Diameter of this item is 19-3/4" Dia. You would need to measure the inside of the cabinet to determine if you can fit at least that diameter in your width and depth.
- Answered on March 20, 2017
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What is weight limit per shelf? - Asked about product HA-542.91.114
18 lbs per shelf.
- Answered on January 11, 2017
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