Compost Tumbler

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Been looking at a double section compost tumbler does anybody use if so what is your experience with them?
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Had one like an acorn with a very shallow cap and long & thin "nut".
Utterly useless.
Any weight it was difficult to rotate.
Cap side was always at the bottom due to thicker heavier plastic.
Rain and decomposition juices always filled the cap and no drain, do always got wet n smelly to some degree.
Gave it to another potholder and watched it get passed around till the frame broke!
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Thanks Peter.
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