On this week’s “As Seen On TV” test, Terry checked out “the Handy Caddy”.
The handy caddy is really a very simple device. It's essentially two trays one on top of the other, and if you flip it over you can see it has six rubber footings that allow the bottom tray not to slide when you're engaging the top tray. Also, it has these two wheels on the upper tray which allow you to pull the tray out.
Most people have their coffee maker and their other kitchen items like their knife set and crock right under their cabinets. It can be a pain to pull it out in the morning when you have to add the water and everything else. The nice thing about the handy caddy is you simply put it in place, set your coffemaker on top of it and when you want to either get a cup of coffee, change the filter or add water, it just pulls right out. Then, when you're done, you push it right back in. Rubber footings keep it in place.
The Handy Caddy does exactly what it promises to do. It's not rocket science. In fact, it's fairly simple, but Terry decided it’s a fairly handy device and gave it a thumbs up.
To check out the Handy Caddy, click on the Big Red Bar.