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\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n \n\n \n"}\n \n Rated 2 out of\n 5\n by\n Anonymous from\n Compost Bin too small\n The unit is too small to process large volume of kitchen scraps. We have another one which is 2 1/2 times it size and is much better. I would not recommend anyone purchase this.\n

\n Date published: 2020-09-26

\n \n \n \n Rated 5 out of\n 5\n by\n Okay from\n Easy & effective to use for beginners\n This composter is easy to use for kitchen scraps. As long as you make sure you have a good balance of greens and browns it does not smell. I have had it for several weeks and have had no issues with any pests trying to get into it. I like the dual chamber so that I can allow one side to fully compost while still adding scraps to the other side. The ventilation is adequate and it was not difficult to put together.\n

\n Date published: 2021-08-21

\n \n \n \n Rated 5 out of\n 5\n by\n Tomasz from\n Great composter for a small family\n The assembling instructions are not very good, but the process is fairly easy anyway. Just a lot of little bolts to tighten, so designate at least half an hour to an hour to put the composter together. Once assembled, the composter works great. The fact that it is suspended prevents worms from getting involved in the decomposition process but it also keeps rodents from getting encouraged. Dividing the bin into two chambers is a fantastic idea: the compost matures in one while you fill the other one. I like this composter very much.\n

\n Date published: 2021-04-19

\n \n \n \n Rated 5 out of\n 5\n by\n Samcan from\n Pest free composter!\n This composter seems to be working very well. We haven’t had any rodent problems! It is very sturdy and solid. It was a bit of a challenge to assemble but doable. I haven’t used the compost yet as it’s not ready. One side is full and we’re working on the other!\n

\n Date published: 2020-08-12

\n \n \n \n Rated 5 out of\n 5\n by\n Trying to go green from\n Bottomless pit!\n Works well, ensure doesn't get too wet which means balancing what you put in there. No meat will attract lots of flys and then maggots, will lead to putrid smell. Read a bit about composting and follow instructions and this thing will work great.\n

\n Date published: 2020-08-04

\n \n \n \n Rated 3 out of\n 5\n by\n Gardener from\n Not designed for easy emptying - bad design\n This is a great idea to speed composting. Works great for that. However, they are super hard to empty. The sliding door blocks the ability to empty 1 side as you block the other as it gets caught on the frame. If you remove it completely both sides are open so that the "cooking" side can fall out as you're emptying the "cooked" side. You also have to dig in with a tool to get stuff out, which means you're holding the heavy bin down with 1 arm and digging out the material with the other. This is a bad design. While the tumbling helps the composting it makes emptying really difficult. I think you're better off with a standing bin that you dig out composted material from the bottom, or lift the whole thing up. Too bad they didn't think through this tumbler design to the end of the process.\n

\n Date published: 2023-03-22

\n \n \n \n Rated 4 out of\n 5\n by\n mommabear from\n best one yet\n I've owned several types of composters over the years but this is the first one that doesn't smell and there's no issue with flies. A bit challenging to put together without a second set of hands, but otherwise I've been pleased with it so far.\n

\n Date published: 2017-07-03

\n \n \n \n Rated 5 out of\n 5\n by\n Karen from\n Easy to Spin\n Love the size and ease of spinning. I have arthritis, so anything that makes such movements easier is appreciated. You have to access and print the instructions from on-line to assemble though.\n

\n Date published: 2020-05-26

\n \n \n \n Rated 5 out of\n 5\n by\n Magenka from\n Perfect buy\n It was easy to assemble. Smooth to rotate. Neat design. Quality materials.\r\nThe first batch of compost almost ready, after a month. \r\nVery satisfied\n

\n Date published: 2020-08-12

\n \n \n \n Rated 4 out of\n 5\n by\n Geneviève from\n Like it\n No compost yet, but still early in spring. So long it does the job and I really like the 2 chambers. Not that hard to put together\n

\n Date published: 2020-05-08

\n \n \n \n Rated 5 out of\n 5\n by\n The Patman from\n Mouths to feed...\n Went together very quickly. Purchased for our green program at school to help divert green waste we generate at lunch time.\n

\n Date published: 2019-07-19

\n \n \n \n Rated 5 out of\n 5\n by\n Dude73 from\n Compost Tumbler\n Great way to start your compost off, easy to put\ntogether. Works well. I would recommend this.\n

\n Date published: 2020-08-13

\n \n \n \n Rated 5 out of\n 5\n by\n Fungbox from\n Tumbling Composter\n So far so good but need more time to compare the pro & con with the one set on the ground.\n

\n Date published: 2020-08-11

\n \n \n \n Rated 5 out of\n 5\n by\n Anonymous from\n As expected\n Took some time to put together but not particularly difficult. Works as expected so far.\n

\n Date published: 2020-10-24

\n \n \n \n Rated 5 out of\n 5\n by\n Christine B from\n Easy set up\n Exactly what I was looking for. Would be nice if there were a handle to turn the drum.\n

\n Date published: 2020-08-12

\n \n \n \n Rated 5 out of\n 5\n by\n Jbere from\n Excellent product\n Love this tumbler. Was easy to put together and it holds more than I thought it would!\n

\n Date published: 2020-07-14

\n \n \n \n Rated 4 out of\n 5\n by\n JenniD from\n Recommended\n Composts well but fills up quick! Thinking of buying a second one to alternate.\n

\n Date published: 2019-08-10

\n \n \n \n Rated 5 out of\n 5\n by\n Russell from\n All you need for a families worth of composting\n Great price, and as long as you have clear access to the sun, works great too.\n

\n Date published: 2020-08-11

\n \n \n \n Rated 5 out of\n 5\n by\n MMiller from\n dual chamber composter\n Holds an amazing amount of compost....once you get it assembled\n

\n Date published: 2020-08-11

\n \n \n \n Rated 5 out of\n 5\n by\n Anonymous from\n Good composter\n Easy to turn. Good size for average household. Neat unit.\n

\n Date published: 2020-10-01

\n \n \n \n Rated 5 out of\n 5\n by\n Scott from\n Good solution to not attract rats.\n Works well. Not quite as large as our family needs but OK.\n

\n Date published: 2020-12-03

\n \n \n \n Rated 4 out of\n 5\n by\n Happy customer from\n Good purchase\n Easy to assemble. Need patience, but worth the time.\n

\n Date published: 2019-10-03

\n \n \n \n Rated 5 out of\n 5\n by\n Satisfied Customer from\n Excellent product\n Easy to assemble, easy to use, robust and effective. I've been using this for two months and am very happy, have already recommended to my inquiring neighbors. I spent some time brushing up on composting and have had no problems with insects, animals or smells. We're a two-person household and this is plenty big enough, almost too big, and would easily handle more daily waste. Easy to spin. If you're thinking about buying it, don't hesitate.\n

\n Date published: 2019-06-07

\n \n \n \n Rated 4 out of\n 5\n by\n Geoff from\n I like it.\n So far, it works well... considering it is winter. \r\nA bit of a pain to put together, but well worth it. Very solid unit. Go to the companies website and follow their simple directions VERY carefully. \r\nOnly complaint is that the sliding door used to fill the two compartments is too small. If the vendor is reading this review, adding a 'bonus' wide funnel that fits the opening to make loading it less messy would be very helpful.\n

\n Date published: 2021-03-18

\n \n \n \n Rated 5 out of\n 5\n by\n NordicNewfie from\n Great Little Unit\n I bought this for my apartment garden, limited space but wanted to do something with kitchen scraps other than toss in landfill.\n\nI had read reviews about it being difficult to assemble, but this is not an issue for me. It took about 30 minutes and the instructions were really simple to follow if you read them.\n\nCurrently have the first compartment being filled, will see how good the process works once I start the second side.\n

\n Date published: 2011-11-27

\n \n \n \n Rated 5 out of\n 5\n by\n Simon S from\n Great value for money\n This composter was straightforward to assemble (my kids helped), seems solidly built and good value for the money - we'll have to see how it wears over the years. I wanted to give special mention to the amazing packing job for shipping, there was very little wasted space, the design of the unit seems to really make an effort to reduce the size/amount of packaging required. This likely helps to reduce the cost. Well done!\n

\n Date published: 2020-08-17

\n \n \n \n Rated 5 out of\n 5\n by\n Anonymous from\n Chugging along\n Interesting way to compost kitchen scraps and a bit of yard waste. Took a month to get going but seems to be working well. I feed it only easy to decompose chopped veg, fruit and leaves. Will save some autumn leaves for it this fall. Assembled by one small adult. Directions were clear. Delivery to store was fast and the box is small enough to fit in any vehicle.\n

\n Date published: 2023-07-17

\n \n \n \n Rated 5 out of\n 5\n by\n LeslieB54 from\n well designed composter\n I have 2 of these composters - one that I set up with the divider installed, for regular composting, and one without the divider, that I use as a mixer for customizing planting media. This composter is perfect for both jobs - it is relatively easy to set up and sturdy; its size and barrel design make it easy to turn and effectively mix the contents; the all black colour makes it an attractive unit and helps it build up the necessary heat for good composting. One design feature that doesn't really work (although it's a really good concept) - the instructions indicate you can use the legs and opened sliding door to hold the barrel in place while emptying it; however, when the full barrel is turned to that position, the weight of the contents on the sliding door makes it very difficult (impossible?) to slide the door open. Instead, I slide the door open before turning the barrel down far enough to scoop the contents out into my container.\n

\n Date published: 2017-06-29

\n \n \n \n Rated 5 out of\n 5\n by\n Cooper1 from\n Very Pleased\n The tumbling action is very smooth, even when heavy on one side. I like the two divided sides - it allows you to fill one, and then switch to the other. It really is easier if you have two people to do the assembly - be prepared for a lot of nuts and bolts. The product is definitely living up to its claims - would purchase it again in a heart beat\n

\n Date published: 2014-06-20

\n \n \n \n Rated 5 out of\n 5\n by\n sgsg907 from\n Made in Canada\n A high quality, made in Canadian alternative to a stationary composter. A rotating composter leads to faster breakdown of scarps and requires minimal effort. I have not had an animal breach this bin (unlike my stationary composter that was burrowed under and gnawed through) and appreciate the two chambers worth of space.\n

\nDate published: 2024-02-18

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