I bought three of these compost tumblers a year ago for yard grass clippings, leaves, and chipper shredder material. I just added two more this spring to keep up with the amount of green and brown yard waste in my residential lot. I have been 100% satisfied with the product quality and general ease of construction, which is about 2 hours if you do it by yourself, but it will definitely help to have two people during the construction. A cordless drill and Phillips bit is a must have for attaching the assembly screws and plastic "holders" that go on the inside of the tumbler at different locations. It would be nice if there was more text to accompany the construction steps, but once you assemble one of these, you're a pro, so you might as well get more than one at a time because you can put them together in "assembly line" fashion. I've had no issues with the three tumblers that I purchased a year ago. They are easy to tumble but DON'T overload the tumbler by filling it to capacity and soaking the contents with water. I'm still experimenting to determine the optimum green to browns ratio in the composters that is best suited for my yard even after a year.
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