Discounts for quantity
Really like this compost bin. Easy to access and a doddle to build.
Compost bins can be tricky to load and unload, often with hole systems and sometimes even complete dismantling of the bin. This bin comes with removable slats, making it quick and efficient to use your compost bin. Remove only the slats you need to, when you need to with this versatile compost bin.
Finally, a traditional wooden composter that's easy to load directly from your wheelbarrow - at a sensible price.Developed by "Queen of the Allotment," Wendy Chamberlain
Thanks to Toby Eyre from Fennel and Fern for this great photo of our compost bin, great for compacting leaves
"Easy to put together, looks great."
Reviewed Thursday, 17 January 2019
"very good but 2 slats broken when received"
Reviewed Friday, 23 November 2018
"Not a good product; taken a simple concept and made it unnecessarily complex."
Reviewed Tuesday, 13 November 2018
"good design and works very well"
Reviewed Saturday, 22 September 2018
"OK, but timber used not as per the illustration. So how long have these been outside exposed to the weather?"
Reviewed Wednesday, 19 September 2018
"Quality was pretty much as expected for the price. Two or more of the pieces were broken on the joints,although this did not seriously impede assembly. Online assembly instructions were very poor."
Reviewed Wednesday, 12 September 2018
"Easy to put together .. however one plank was chipped off at one end."
Reviewed Thursday, 23 August 2018
"The slats all fit together well, and was very easy to put together (with an electric screwdriver). Hoping to get my first home-made compost soon. Would definitely buy again if I need a second one for the garden."
Reviewed Wednesday, 4 July 2018
"Poor design - difficult to assemble. The online instructions are not straightforward and require revision.
However it does serve the purpose once assembled."
Reviewed Thursday, 7 June 2018
"Poor design, weak joints, no instructions, not a slot-together item, has to be screwed together. Several faulty slats in each pack. Several joints broke during construction."
Reviewed Monday, 30 April 2018