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Lazy Shoezan Plans and Dimensions on SALE! $ 29.99
*Just the Plans not the actual product!

Lazy Shoezan plans now on SALE!

Saturday, January 21, 2012

Lazy Shoezan Plans and Dimensions!

Ok Everyone! I have been working hard at getting some plans ready to sell for the
                              Lazy Shoezan!!!
The plans are for a freestanding 5 tier holding 40+ shoes, a 6 tier holing 48+ shoes, or a 7 tier holding 56+ Shoes!


Click the BUY NOW button on the side to buy just the plans and dimensions  (not the actual product!!!) with paypal...Have fun buying the materials and making your own!


I really appreciate everyone's interest in this product! By purchasing this it helps little guys like me continue to stay in business and keep producing quality work!


*NOTE:  As soon as you buy the Plans you will receive an E-mail from me with the Plans in an attachment...Please e-mail me and let me know if you do not receive these within a day of purchasing them!!!
 I want to make sure that you receive the plans from me!!

29 comments:

  1. Bob, can you tell me the dimensions? I love this idea but would need to figure out how large an area I would need to be able to install it. What a great idea, once you manufacture, you should sell it on HSN or QVC!

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    1. The dimensions for a 5 tier Lazy Shoezan is 32"x32"x32". Please let me know if you have anymore questions.
      Thanks,
      Bob

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  2. So this product is just a plan..pieces of paper with what you need and how to build???!

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    1. Yes- as soon as you buy the plans I will send them to you in an e-mail. A lot of people who have bought the plans find a cabinet shop or a carpenter who lives by them to make it for them.
      Thanks,
      Bob

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  3. Agree with the person above me, $40 for the plans? I mean, I LOVE buying from local shops, but...That's REALLY expensive. Pretty sure my dad can figure it out without the plans. :(

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    1. Whatever you decide is fine with me. Thanks for your interest in the lazy Shoezan.
      Bob

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  4. Seriously, your going to complain about the cost? He was nice enough to share this brilliant idea. ....I would pay for the plans. Everyone needs to make money and this project is well worth it!

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    1. I really appreciate your comment. Yes it did take some time to figure out the whole process and draw up the plans. If you have any other questions feel free to let me know. Thanks for your time,
      Bob

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  5. Any pointers on what the lumber cost is for this project? Finished Dimensions, etc? Just want to make sure that this project fits the budget and the available space.

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    1. It just depends on what the sheets of MDF are going for. They change all the time, but with the wood, screws or nails, paint, Lazy Susan Bearing and all the supplies I would guess around $125-$150- Don't quote me on that, I'm just giving you an estimate.
      Thanks,
      Bob

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  6. Hi Bob,
    Great idea! I'm almost sold but could you post a video about how this works... it looks like it fits into a corner but how much space would I need. How much do you think all the materials would cost? Do I need carpentry experience to build this on my own?

    Thanks!
    E

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    1. There is a video on my Facebook page but that one is a lot bigger and the customer I built that for wanted sides on theirs. A 5 tier Lazy Shoezan is 32'x32'x32'. I have tried to make it smaller but by the time you make the circles smaller the shoes start to poke out. The price depends on the Price of Wood. It varies all the time but with the MDF board, screws or nails, paint, supplies, and Lazy Susan bearing you are looking around $125-$150. I am just giving you an estimate not an actual price. A lot of ladies who have bought the plans usually have their dad, a cabinet company or a carpenter who lives by them make it for them. I hope I have answered all your questions. Please let me know if you have any other questions.
      Thanks,
      Bob

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  7. I would also like to know the dimensions before I buy to see if it will fit in my closet.

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    1. A 5 tier lazy Shoezan is 32'x32'x32'. I appreciate your interest in the Lazy Shoezan.
      Thanks,
      Bob Willey

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  8. This is such an excellent idea. I'm going to find your video on Facebook and return for the plans.

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  9. Bob, This is a fantastic plan! And I think your price for the plans is quite reasonable. But I can't possibly build it. Do you sell the completed product anywhere?

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    1. A lot of people who have bought the plans have found a carpenter who lives by them to build the Lazy Shoezan.

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  10. Your size of 32x32x32 is based on what shoe size? My girlfriend is a size 7 and while does have a plethora of shows I'm wondering if something smaller would work given a smaller show size

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    1. The smallest you can go is a 30x30x30 without having the shoes starting to stick out.

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  11. Love your amazing idea! I saw something similar years ago that a teacher had her dad make for all the student's 2" notebooks. It was two-shelved and shaped in a half circle and laid flat against the wall. Of course, almost every teacher wanted it for her classroom!

    I love what you've made for the shoes. You've done beautiful work not only on Lazy Shoezan but also on the pieces you show in the other pictures! I've read through all the comments and have seen where you answer about the materials that are needed to build the Lazy Shoezan. You mentioned a "Lady Shoezan bearing" and am not sure what that is. At your convenience, would you please explain what it does or what is for?

    Thank you for your time.
    ~Donna

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    1. I forgot to ask if we may "pin" this on Pinterest. I'm sure you know it's free advertising, but also respect your decision if you would rather me not do it.

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    2. Sorry I didn't realize that you sent me a message until now...the bearing is a Ball-Bearing metal ring that makes the Lazy Shoezan spin. And yes I would be happy to have you "pin" this on pinterest!

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  12. Thanks for your answers to the other questions, Bob. I see the 5-tier is 32x32x32. As I *may* have a shoe problem, I'd probably consider the 7-tier, and just wondered if you have an estimate on the height for it? Based on 32" for 5, I'm presuming around 45" for 7, but just wanted to check so I can make sure I have the right spot for it.

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  13. Hi Bob. My husband is a size 12 - would his shoes fit into this? Thanks, Emma

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  14. I sent you an email, are these plans still available?

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  15. Yes they are still available. I will send them in your email with the plans to the Paypal email. Thanks for your interest.

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  16. Dear Bob,
    can you supply plans for like 9 tier shoe rack. I need storage for about 65 to 70 pair of shoes.

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    1. The plans show you can make it taller to make it a 9 tier

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