Shoppers rush to buy this extra-long lazy Susan turntable from Amazon that’s perfect for Christmas lunch – but not everyone’s convinced
- Australian mum-of-two Carolina McCauley bought an extra-long lazy Susan
- The TikToker endorsed the Amazon product on social media
- Opinions were divided with some calling it ‘genius’ and ‘amazing’
- Others deemed it to be ‘unnecessary’ as bowls can just be passed around
Shoppers are obsessing over an ‘extra-large’ lazy Susan turntable that’ll be perfect to use during the festive season.
Australian mum-of-two Carolina McCauley, from Perth, endorsed the product on Instagram but it’s already sold out.
The popular Amazon buy is expandable and designed with ‘non-slip grids’ to make it easier to pass meals around the dinner table.
Luckily Carolina managed to get her hands on the product and hopes it’ll make Christmas lunch ‘stress free’ this year.
Australian mum-of-two Carolina McCauley, from Perth, (left) can’t get enough of her extra-long lazy Susan turntable (right). The popular Amazon buy is expandable and designed with ‘easy glide grids’ to make it easier to pass meals around on a dinner table
In a video shared on Instagram, Carolina assembled the grip trays then placed eight bowls filled with delicious food onto the turntable.
The product itself seems easy to put together and is suitable for both circular and rectangular tables.
After sharing the clip opinions were divided among shoppers, with some describing the product as ‘genius’ while others deemed it to be a ‘waste of money’.
But opinions about the buy were divided, with some calling the buy ‘genius’ and others deeming it to be ‘unnecessary’
‘Okay I like this one….A LOT,’ one person wrote, another said: ‘Omg I love it!’
‘You can’t just pass the bowl?’ one person asked, and the comment was ‘liked’ more than 400 times.
In response to the comment, Carolina said: ‘Trust me this is the only way I’ll be able to sit down without constantly passing things around.’
Another person said: ‘I can see those bowls flying right off!!
‘It’s 2022, [the] era of simplifying the simple things,’ a third added.
Among the backlash, others provided support and suggested many with large families would genuinely enjoy the convenience of a turntable.
‘Wtf people cant have fun on social media these days?! Holy cow. Are you a cop?? Maybe you should be one. You got nothing else to do,’ one woman wrote in response to a nasty comment.
Another agreed and said: ‘If it’s not for you then keep it moving.’