Tumbler Composter with this easy to use tumbler, converts your kitchen and garden waste into nutritious compost with no composting downtime. Built-in sliding doors for easier access. This Compost tumbler can be rotated 360 degrees. Easy to put fertiilzer in or take them out.
- Twin Chambers Design - Designed with Dual chambers, the tumbling composter allows you to compost in batches. One side "cooks" while you add fresh organic material to the other, allowing for an efficient, uninterrupted flow of rich, healthy compost
- Sturdy, Durable Construction - Made of galvanized steel and high-quality PP plastic, Our Tumbling Composter is corrosion-resistant, weather-resistant, sturdy, and durable for long-lasting service life
- Huge Capacity Design - Large 43 gallon capacity, you can put in; eggshells, coffee grinds, banana peels, palm fronds, leaves or others
- Outstanding Aeration Function - Adjustable air vents & deep fins provide excellent air circulation, help break up and decompose clumps in the chamber, and plow lots of oxygen into the compost to produce healthy, finished compost in just weeks
- Composter body is constructed from BPA free, UV inhibited recycled polypropylene. It is contact safe and will not degrade under direct sunlight
- Material: Plastic tumbler, steel frame
- Capacity: 43 Gallons
- Number of Access Door: 2
- Weather Resistant: Yes
- Vent: Yes
- Aeration Hole Diameter: 3"
- Opening: 20"(W) x 6"(H)
- Overall Dimension: 28"(W) x 26"(D) x 36"(H)
- Assembly Required: Yes
- Compost Bin Tumbler
So far no problem with it.
While it was harder then stated to put together and much longer to put together then stated, it has proven to be very effective at doing its job. I put every kind of garden and yard waste in one side first then the other. The first side is almost ready just since I got it set up. I did add a packet of compost starter to the first side. The second side did not get compost starter and is being much slower in processing the yard waste. It is easy to spin and rotate to mix compost.
This composter seems to be constructed of quality materials. I just assembled mine in less than an hour. The instructions provided were adequate, and though the process is a bit tedious, it is NOT difficult to assemble.I have not had an opportunity to produce any compost yet, though I cannot imagine why this tumbler would not work.If it allows too much air, fill some holes.If there isn't enough air, grab a drill.Like most things, if you do your part you will get good results.
Got this for hubby for Valentine's Day, how romantic, lol!! He liked it though. Should help make some good garden veggies.
Assembly instructions were not great. But it went together ok and should work fine