Jora Compost Tumbler 125
OUR FAVORITE COMPOSTER! GIVES YOU HIGH QUALITY COMPOST IN 4-6 WEEKS of all of your kitchen scraps. We call it the MAGIC DIRT MAKER.
Jora Compost Tumbler 125, is great as a gift with or with out a red bow. See on display at Honest Home or order one today (we have in stock).
Compost year around.
Capacity: 2-4 gal/week
Volume: 4.5 cubic feet (33 gal)
Weight: Approx 64 lbs
Suitable for: Smaller households ( 1-4 People depending household waste produced).
- Unique insulation allows the heat inside to rise above 160 degrees.
- Composter has two chambers, each with their own lid.
- Volume of up to 106 gallons and capacity up to 21 gallons a week
- Attractive design
- Ability to compost wide range of compostable materials
- Reduce odors
- Made from galvanized steel to be more durable and longer lasting.
- Allows air into mixture, providing the necessary oxygen for a successful outcome
- Designed and constructed for ease and simplicity of rotation
- Easy to fill and empty
The composting process generates heat from the microorganisms interacting to break down the waste material inside the compost tumbler. The ability to contain heat means more interaction among microorganisms and therefore more heat, which amounts to faster, more efficient composting.
The heavy-duty insulation inside the Jora compost tumbler allows for a high internal temperature, facilitating the interaction of more microorganisms, bringing the temperature above 160 degrees Fahrenheit. This ability results in the quickest and most efficient composting experience possible.
Because the heat being generated is derived from the microorganisms working together to break down the waste, and not from the temperature outside or the sun, the location you’re in is not a factor. Because of the unique type of insulation built into the Jora Compost Tumbler, which is an integral part of the design, you are able to compost through the cold temperatures of winter, long after other composters have stopped working.
The Jora Compost Tumbler has two separate chambers. This allows you to fill one chamber while the compost in the other chamber matures. Once the chamber being filled cannot hold any more, the mature compost in the other chamber can be emptied and the cycle can begin again.
Looking at the photo you can see that it is time to begin filling the chamber on the right while the chamber on the left continues composting to maturity. When the chamber on the right is filled to capacity, it is time to empty the chamber on the left, which will provide you with excellent fertilizer for your garden.