Mr.Spin® Compost Tumbler

$109.99

  • Modern design – offers best value for best price
  • Capacity: 160 liters = 43 gal. = 10% bigger than many others
  • Dual compartments allow separating new compost from old
  • Sturdy green coated tubular steel frame – 18 gauge – 1.2mm thick
  • Easy to rotate
  • Easy to identify green sliding door for adding material
  • Adjustable air vents
  • Assemble in 20 to 25 minutes with phillips screwdriver
  • 100% recycled plastic construction
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Mr.Spin® Compost Tumbler: 160 liters/43 gal. Dual Chamber compost tumbler on two-leg stand. Two compartments to keep fresh organic waste from older waste – separation makes better compost. This most popular style tumbler is perfectly suited for small yards and for people not wanting to mix the organic waste in their traditional compost bins. Simply turn this bin and waste is mixed easily. Green access door for easier access.

  • Assembled: 43 gallons – 26″ Dia. X 28″ wide x 37″ high
  • Assembled Weight: 28 lbs

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  • NOTE – this is a tumbling composter and not to be used with worms.

Additional information

Weight 30 lbs
Dimensions 22.8 × 22.4 × 9.2 in

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11/30/2018
Donald N.
US

Mr.Spin® Compost Tumbler

Little tough to assemble. Seems to be working well but, have not had it long enough to see any compost.

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10/11/2017
Anonymous
US

I messed up :(

So this is a wonderful product and it was pretty easy to setup, but I put the live worms that I purchased into this bin and they all died. I understand why they died it was my fault, but it would be nice to add to the description of this product that "It shouldn't be used with worms"

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