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Compost Bin Tumbler 190L

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Composting your kitchen scraps and garden waste helps cut down on rubbish disposal costs – as well as your contribution to landfills – by recycling organic materials into a nutrient-filled supplement for your garden. While saving you money on commercial composts or manure, your home-made compost will improve the soil quality and microflora of your garden, making it healthier, more productive and easier to work with.

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Product overview

Composting your kitchen scraps and garden waste helps cut down on rubbish disposal costs – as well as your contribution to landfills – by recycling organic materials into a nutrient-filled supplement for your garden. While saving you money on commercial composts or manure, your home-made compost will improve the soil quality and microflora of your garden, making it healthier, more productive and easier to work with.

This tumbling compost bin has a unique design that makes composting faster by letting in fresh air to supply the oxygen needed for bacterial activity. Give it a tumble every two or three days to help aerate it. The built-in mixing fins help break up clumps so your compost stays loose for optimal airflow.

The drum is fully enclosed so that your compost stays warm and won’t dry out, and is safe from getting soggy when it rains. Made from 90% recycled plastic, the drum is also UV protected to stop strong sunlight from killing the bacteria your compost needs. The large front opening allows easy access, but closes securely to keep in odours and keep out insects and animals.

The heavy duty steel frame and sturdy wheels keep your compost bin off the ground and let you easily manoeuvre it around, without lifting it or straining your back.

For the best composting system around, try a tumbling composter today.

FEATURES
• Compost tumbler
• Fully enclosed design
• Sturdy steel frame construction
• Heavy duty wheels
• 90% recycled plastic drum with UV protection
• Large front opening

SPECIFICATIONS
Capacity: 190L
Wheel diameter: 230mm
Size (L x W x H): 99.5cm x 79cm x 90cm
Weight: 19.6kg
Packing dimension (L x W x H): 67cm x 64 x 48cm

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Questions and answers

4 votes
Q:
Will it go rusty?
A:
The frame is powder coated steel, so avoid scratching it to prevent rust.
By Trade Tested on April 04 2019
3 votes
Q:
Do you open the hatch and tip it down to empty it?
A:
Yes, or use a small shovel etc.
By Trade Tested on May 20 2019
1 vote
Q:
How is this tumbler turned? there doesnt seem to be a handle?
A:
You just push it round with your hands.
By Trade Tested on August 20 2020
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  • 3 star
    7%
  • 2 star
    4%
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meh

i love the bin but the lid is a real pain in the neck to get back on - every time i have to spend 15-29 minutes trying to get the thread to engage - was going to buy another one but nope - too damn difficult- you can’t tumble the bin of the frogging lid isnt in place

clair clair
No, I do not recommend this product.
Reply from Trade Tested This unit had a fault and we have sent a replacement product.
A great addition to our school garden

Our school is becoming a bit more Eco-friendly so we decided to introduce composting to both students and staff. This bin fits the bill perfectly. It even had a feature about it in the school newsletter! The first few times the lid is a bit stiff to screw back in but becomes easier with use.

Enviro teacher Auckland
Best Ever

They work so well I now have three. You probably need two so you can use one for waste and one to hold the compost and interchange. To really get the most out of these bins I use them in conjunction with my worm farm.

Ian Rotorua
Not great

The revolving compost bin isn't the best. The lid is hard to line up to close and I find it so hard to turn the bin.

Linda Tauranga
No, I do not recommend this product.
Composting

Work’s well, but you really need two to alternate.

Dave Torbay