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|On Jan 16, 2018, kmdubow Kennett Square,
United States wrote:
After purchasing my third composter (two were gifts) I figured I better review the product. I've had my composter for 7 years (received it as a wedding present) and have used it faithfully, each season, with no issues.
|On May 5, 2009, GolfnGardener Telford, PA wrote:
I like the fact that the Mantis ComposT-Twin has two separate chambers for composting. When starting a new batch in an empty chamber, one or two shovels full of good soil or finished compost seems to provide all of the microbes necessary to get the compost cooking fast. I also like the convenience of being able to empty the contents direclty into my laodumper cart without having to use a shovel or fork. And, since the ComposT-Twin is totally enclosed, I can easily control the moisture content.
|On Jan 4, 2009, Campfiredan Alachua, FL (Zone 8b) wrote:
I had the older big single bin tumbler back in the 80s and it worked great. But the two bin drum, though the concept sounds good, doesn't do the job quite as well. The bins are a bit too small to heat up right most of the time. And, when one is full and getting a bit moist and you are filling the other it gets hard to turn the drums as the combined weight is pretty hefty. If I were to do it over again, and I thought I needed two bins, I buy two separate big drum bins instead.
|On Aug 17, 2008, Qwizwizard wrote:
I bought my Mantis ComposT Twin about 8 years ago. It was easy to put together, the Mantis Company personnel were friendly and helpful.
|On Jun 7, 2006, EmilyTheChef Boise, ID (Zone 6a) wrote:
I've had my Compostwin for a year now, and I'm very pleased. Compost does not completely digest in a few weeks for me, but if I was in the garden every day, turning it, had the perfect combination of bacteria and materials, and didn't keep adding materials, that might be another story. My only beef with a composter of this type, is no wonderful wormies can get in and work their magic. I love worms in the soil....
|On Apr 1, 2005, plantingman Yankton, SD wrote:
Got the Compost-Twin. Fast service. Well packaged. Solid, strong parts. Actually fun to put together. Very detailed assembly instructions. Nice looking finished product.