Review of YouCopia Crazy Susan 11-Inch Turntable with Backstop {and Giveaway}

YouCopia was founded in 2006 by father-daughter duo Mark and Lauren Greenwood and they create innovative home organization products to help you simplify and enjoy life. YouCopia all started when Mark, a product designer with 30+ years experience, developed a concept that would challenge the traditional spice rack. His design, the SpiceStack, smartly organizes spices in the kitchen cabinet with unique horizontal drawers that flip down to reveal spice bottle labels for easy selection. By 2010, they had sold more than half a million SpiceStacks, so YouCopia started introducing additional space-saving organization products for the kitchen, including the Crazy Susan 11-inch turntable with backstop, which I was given the opportunity to review. 

The Crazy Susan is made from durable ABS plastic and requires no mounting or installation whatsoever. It fits perfectly into the corner of my pantry and has non-slip feet to hold it securely into place. Impressively (on a wooden surface), it doesn't budge on me at all, whether I'm adding, removing, or rearranging things. It's perfect for organizing my various spices and extracts. It even has a backstop that easily lifts and locks to prevent the bottles from falling off into the dark corner of my pantry.

It smoothly rotates 360 degrees on stainless steel ball bearings, making it very easy to find what I'm looking for. Ultimately, I was able to fit approximately 17 spices and extracts (yes 17) onto my Crazy Susan. The Crazy Susan is most definitely the kitchen gadget I never knew I needed. I'll no longer misplace spices and my pantry will stay better organized.  

You can purchase your own Crazy Susan here:

You can find out more about YouCopia and their products below. 


You can also enter this giveaway to enter to win a YouCopia product of your choice (up to a $40 value). This giveaway will end on June 26th. 

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1 comment:

  1. That looks like a great Crazy Susan! I have one for my spices and one in the pantry that I used (a LONG time ago) for baby food. It now houses Jell-O.