- Dural Chamber composting tumbler on two-leg stand
- Easy slide doors will help keep track of each batch
- Perfectly suited for small yards and for people not wanting to mix the organic waste in their traditional compost bins
- Easy to turn barrel, waste mixed easily, fast batch composting
- 43 gallon capacity
Product Details and Features
Manufacturer: EJWOX PRODUCTS INC.
Style No.: 3001/3003/3005
Colors: Black Door /Green Door / Yellow Door
Product size: 28.5x26x37 inches
Package Weight:25.8 lbs
Material: High Quality PP and Rustproof Steel frame
DUAL CHAMBER COMPOST BIN - Dual chamber composter allow for continuous composting. Fill up one while the other nears the end of the compost process, the rich black stuff ready to use. Once empty, that becomes the one to fill up while the other completes the cycle.
AERATION SYSTEM- Aerated internal bar mixes compost & allows needed airflow.Black, double-wall panels absorb and retain heat.Perfectly suited for your garden and for people not wanting to mix the organic waste in their traditional compost bin.
INGENIOUS TUMBLER DESIGN - Turns on axis for easy and balanced rotation.Easy slide doors will help keep track of each batch,the length of 1 door is 10.23” and the width is 6.1
CONVENIENT LOADING HEIGHT - Enough height to put a cart under the composter.Easy to turn barrel, waste mixed easily, fast batch composting.
STURDY POWDER-COATED STEEL FRAME - Powder-coated steel frame provides a sturdy base for the large bin.Galvanized steel feet prevent rusting and deterioration.
One of the panels was cracked and missin a 5 inch segment.
My star rating is based on the assembly process and the quality of the materials. The materials are great and the way it will compost is what I was looking for. However, I had to apologize to my husband a hundred times over for what he went through putting it together. My husband is a natural for following directions and assembly. The directions are basically a series of 1 1/2" by 1 1/2" pictures. I believe there were 60 tiny screws that were part of the process. The screw edges tore up his fingertips. You better have a flashlight handy. One reviewer said it took 45 minutes ..... hmmm, more like 3 hours. And, by the way, in response to that reviewer, a monkey could not find the directions easy to follow. Geeze. I hope all of this was worth his efforts.
I've had several barrel composter in the past and, for the money, this is the best. The expensive steel ones are the worst, they will rust regardless of what the manufacturer says. I grow medicinal cannabis is Colorado and need premium organic compost and this composter is the ticket to that. The competition for great "Product" is fierce here but I pride myself on growing the best.
Easy to assemble - I recommend using an electric screwdriver- it took me about 45min only because I kept stopping to change the music and take another hit. Fit and finish are very good for the money; I had no problems getting panels to fit, holes to match up, screws in place. Some people complain about the instructions but, really, if this baked cowboy could do it this easy, so could a monkey. Durability is very good and even though we have a shorter growing season here at 7500 feet, this composter churns it out as long as you have ample sun. "Highly" recommended!
This EJWOX Tumbler is my third compost tumbler and its my favorite. Its holds 43 gallons of material (my Miracle Grow dual chamber tumbler holds 38 gallons total) and the design of the stand is much sturdier than the Miracle Grow brand. When the Miracle Grow tumbler gets too heavy the center pole falls off and you cant rotate the drums. I havent had that problem with the EJWOX tumbler. I also like that the size is not too large, so I can still rotate the drums when its full. I gave away my large compost tumbler because it was too heavy for me (Im 4-10 and weigh 90 pounds) to easily tumble it when it was full.
Both composter have two chambers, but with the EJWOX you could remove the center panel and just have one large chamber if you like. I prefer two chambers so I can have compost in two different stages.
I was able to assemble this composter by myself in 1hr-45min. The one mistake I made was forgetting to snap the two plastic tabs into the open slots on each of the seven panels, so I had to unscrew several panels and start again.
We have had it for about a month and it seems to be working well! It takes a little muscle power to turn it now that it is about 1/2 full, but it isnt too difficult.