As seen on TV "Swivel Store Deluxe" - Fiberglass RV


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Old 02-16-2014, 09:25 AM   #1
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As seen on TV "Swivel Store Deluxe"

Thought this might help a couple of people out.

  • Just slide and swivel for easy access
  • Keeps spices organized in less than 4 inches of space
  • Same size as a cereal box to give you more room in your cabinet
  • Holds 20 standard size spice botles
  • No installation
Amazon has it for 13.37 Amazon.com: Swivel Store Organizer Storage System: Kitchen & Dining


WalMart has it for 19.88 As Seen on TV Swivel Store Organizer ? Walmart.com


Tanga has it for 6.99 https://www.tanga.com/deals/fb85b151...l-store-deluxe
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Old 02-16-2014, 10:05 AM   #2
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We sold these in schools a year or so ago, for under $10. The thing to watch out for is the unit's height: they will not fit in every cupboard. We had a few returns from people who took them home, tried them, and found that the Swivel Store was too tall.
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We sold these in schools a year or so ago, for under $10. The thing to watch out for is the unit's height: they will not fit in every cupboard. We had a few returns from people who took them home, tried them, and found that the Swivel Store was too tall.
I should had put the specs with the post,
Product Dimensions: 11.1 x 4.1 x 10.8 inches ; 15.4 ounces
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These must be Hot.....
I have even seen them in a local Dollar Store...... ???
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I keep my spices in the original bottles. That way, I don't have to transfer from one container to another and I don't have to label all the containers. ( I found labeling a container tends to make it much less attractive looking ).
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I say, when camping, keep it simple. I use a multi-layer jar that holds several spices. You really don't need that many spices while camping anyway. Amazon.com: Brand New 5 x 5ml All Purpose Versatile Stacking Screw Top Clear Plastic Acrylic Jars Jewellery Making Craft Makeup Cosmetic Storage Pot Pots by Kurtzy TM: Beauty
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Another factor is that spices should be fresh.
I move some of mine between the house and trailer and back. That way you don't find a bottle of granulated garlic that's half full and been in the trailer for three years.
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