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Lifetime 60058 Compost Tumbler, Black, 80-Gallon (Discontinued by Manufacturer)

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  • High Density Polyethylene (HDPE) Plastic, Powder-Coated steel
  • Tumbler capacity: 80 gallon, 10.72 cubic feet
  • Double walled panels to absorb and retain the heat that decomposes the material
  • Internal bar mixes the compost and allows the flow of oxygen
  • Tumbler easy turns on its axis for balanced rotation
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Size: 80 gallon | Color: Black

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Size:80 gallon  |  Color:Black

Featuring a 80-gallon (10.72 cubic feet) capacity, the Lifetime compost tumbler is the perfect addition to your backyard. The ingenious tumbler design easily turns on its axis for balance rotation, and the internal aeration bar mixes compost and provides air flow. Constructed of high-density polyethylene (HDPE), the compost tumbler is durable, UV-protected, and has dark, double-wall panels to absorb and retain heat. For added convenience, it has an extra large removable lid and a spring-loaded pin that locks rotation during filling. The composter is black with a galvanized steel base, and comes in 1 box, with a how to compost DVD included. Easy assembly with all hardware included.


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Size: 80 gallon | Color: Black
Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here [PDF]
  • Product Dimensions: 38.5 x 36 x 44 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 52 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
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  • ASIN: B0030GG2FS
  • Item model number: 60058
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (341 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #2,640 in Patio, Lawn & Garden (See Top 100 in Patio, Lawn & Garden)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here [PDF]


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240 of 246 people found the following review helpful By D. Jensen on March 29, 2010
Size: 80 gallonColor: Black
I have desired a compost tumbler ever since I first heard of the idea. It seemed like the perfect solution to all my composting woes. Over the course of 25 years, I have periodically checked in on the market. Each time I was dismayed at the ridiculously high prices. Each time I resolved to make my own compost tumbler...an ambition that ultimately went nowhere. So when my wife and I walked into Costco and saw the Lifetime 60021 for $99, I was ecstatic!

Assembly was pretty darn simple, although my 15-year-old daughter had to help briefly with two of the steps. I already owned an electric drill and an assortment of Philips head bits, so the assembly was quick, painless, and fun. In fact I loved the way the thing was designed and how well it went together.

Not following any one set of directions, I mowed up bunches of dry leaves, dead weeds, musty piles of grass, wood chips, and kitchen scraps with my rotary lawnmower, and dumped the contents of the catcher into the composter. It had enough room for many such loads. Then I added, ultimately, 12 gallons of water along with 1/2 cup urea.

The freezing temps at night have been no deterrent to microbial action. Every morning when I open the lid to monitor the progress, clouds of vapor rise off the warm mass. I'm extremely pleased with several things: 1) how easy it is to mix the contents, 2) how much material it can hold, 3) how well it retains moisture, 4) how well it provides oxygen to support aerobic decomposition, 5) how sturdy it is, and 6) how much value I got for my money. We will certainly buy a second tumbler, and perhaps a third. (The back yard is large and home to more than 60 trees.)
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226 of 233 people found the following review helpful By Spudman TOP 50 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on May 13, 2010
Size: 80 gallonColor: Black
The best compost I never made was the large pile of composted leaves left behind by a previous owner of a house previously owned. Ever since inheriting that magical pile or organic gold, I've been on a futile quest to create my own compost. Unfortunately I'm no alchemist and too lazy to do a good turn of my compost pile.

The Lifetime Compost Tumbler, packaged in an awfully big box, seemed to be the ticket for easy compost. Directions state "two adults required to complete assembly." With some stress I assembled the tumbler by myself and regretted the absense of a second adult assembler several times during the process. On one step I used a pair of long handled pliers to hold nuts on the inside while I screwed on bolts from the outside. It was a stretch, but I mangaged. You'll need an electric drill to make your own predrilled holes, phillips screwdriver, 3/4" wrench and socket wrench with 3/4" and 1/2" sockets.

The finished unit feels quite sturdy and looks like a big space ship has landed in the backyard. When empty the composter is easy to turn. When full, it takes some exertion. For some reason there's a locking pin assembly on the outside of the unit that locks the tumbler in place and prevents turning. I learned from trial and error to turn the barrel by rolling it towards myself. Turning it the other way keeps engaging the locking pin.

I placed the unit in an inconspicuous spot behind the screened porch. Since one should keep the compost ingredients moist, I wish I had placed it closer to the garden hose. It's not too much work,though, to fill up a watering can and carry it to the composter.

A How To "Booklet" comes in the box with the composter. I learned about blending browns and greens and adding moisture and nitrogen.
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260 of 275 people found the following review helpful By Alan D. Caron on May 22, 2010
Size: 80 gallonColor: Black
I purchased the Lifetime Tumbler at Costco. I've been looking at compost tumblers for some time and happened to stumble upon the 75 gallon unit for $99.00. The only issue I have is that the brackets that hold the cylinder together started to rust after only a few months. Now, they are completely rusted and one has snapped in half. I found the Lifetime website and could not find any sign of the compost tumbler, parts, or faqs. Hmmmm....So, I e-mailed them to see if I get a response.
I would assume these parts are at least galvanized but maybe not.
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93 of 102 people found the following review helpful By Teri Curry on March 26, 2014
Size: 80 gallonColor: Black
Why I refuse to buy any LIFETIME products: I just walked in from my backyard, ticked off again by my LIFETIME 80 gallon outdoor compost tumbler I bought from Costco. It is five years old now, but I haven't been able to use it for the past three years. After two years of use the hinges on the door rusted through and broke. I contacted LIFETIME via email seeking to replace the hinges. I didn't demand free hinges, I just inquired whether I could get replacement hinges. I was willing to pay for them, provided the expense wasn't too great, even though I believed they should have lasted more than two years. I received a defiant, almost angry, reply from a LIFETIME representative (a man whose name I do not recall) stating that LIFETIME would replace the hinges this one time but would never replace any other parts, and told me to never again request parts. The response was insulting. I let it go, waited for the parts and then they arrived. THE WRONG PARTS. I never pursued it further. I bought a composter from another manufacturer and decided I would jury-rig the repair of the LIFETIME composter with parts from the hardware store. I've never gotten around to that project. But every time I place compost material in the new composter I walk by the unusable LIFETIME composter and think "What a piece of crap." Whenever I encounter anyone in BJ's or Costco looking at a LIFETIME composter, or any LIFETIME product, I take a moment to stop and tell them my story. The failure of the LIFETIME product was bad, but the response I received from the company was insulting and compounded by incompetence. If I could rate this with zero stars I would.
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