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Waste Not, Smell Not

Smell you later, compost! Deep six unpleasant odors by deep-freezing scraps in this soft, modern bin. A silicone shell lets you save organic waste without the rotten consequences, banishing fruit flies and unwanted residue from sight.

Durable, flexible and sized for busy freezers, this high-performance bin works overtime to brighten countertops while collecting leftover waste. Come collection day, it travels odorlessly to your outside bin and releases buildup at the flex of its handles.

Its non-porous rubber deflects stains and makes for easy cleanup in the sink or dishwasher. Silicone rubber. Made in China.

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Item ID
19764
Made from
silicone rubber
Measurements
11" L x 6" W x 6" D, holds 3.5 Liters
Notes
Silicone is an extremely durable material and is pretty much impossible to break. Non-porous, so it does not retain odors or stain. Clean with a soft material, or put in the dishwasher. Do not wash with anything abrasive.

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When our community voted on this product, some also shared comments - read them below:

1559votes, 250 comments

jen
Vote: Thumbs down!

I don't understand why someone would freeze compost...

Kathrine

Nice idea to mask the odors but a bit pricey for it's purpose. A plastic storage container would fill the same use at a fraction of the price.

Kathryn

food gift for someone but too expensive for a treat gift

Tracy
Vote: Thumbs up!

It might be hard to sell my husband on this one (the idea of having garbage in our freezer), but I love it!


Vote: Thumbs up!

Love it, but WOW! $60 is too much for a bucket.

DF
Vote: Thumbs up!

the price seems higher than expected, but interesting product

Suzanne
Vote: Thumbs down!

Great idea, esp for the winter (our compost is under 2' of snow!) but way overpriced. I may go home and put an old tupperware tub in the freezer for the same purpose, though!

mary
Vote: Thumbs down!

yuckie !

Sherri-Lynn
Vote: Thumbs up!

priced alittle high

Leann
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Like the concept, but too expensive.

Christine
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Too costly!!

Freddie
Vote: Thumbs down!

Many other items could be used for this purpose.

Lane Maeve
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Uneeded unncessery

Lane Maeve
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$60???????!!!!

Marcia
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yuck

kendra
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awfully expensive for a piece of silicone

Cindy
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I love it but not the price. I agree with others...I could just use a plastic container.

J
Vote: Thumbs down!

gross :(

karen
Vote: Thumbs up!

LOVE it. I want this. Will I spend $60 bucks on it? No. The thing that makes it more tempting than a generic plastic bucket is the dark color and silicone flexibility. Does it even have a lid?

Amber
Vote: Thumbs down!

too expensive!

Sanriobaby
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I really love and promote this idea but this is overpriced and honestly, it gave everyone on this site the idea to do this on thier own for a fraction of the cost.

Maria
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love the idea way over priced

elizabeth
Vote: Thumbs down!

what? who wants to keep compost in the freezer? compost properly kept will not have fruit flies or odor - best solution is a worm bin - $60?????

Amy
Vote: Thumbs down!

Just gross. Garbage next to my edible food??

zoe
Vote: Thumbs up!

it is ok

Deborah
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I don't have that much room in my freezer to spare and I empty my compost regularly to avoid the problem. Just seems like another thing that would be found five years later in the back of a cabinet.

Gigi
Vote: Thumbs down!

Compost is stinky and the thoughts of it in the freezer is not appealing. Keep it outside!

Pam
Vote: Thumbs down!

I agree with the other writer who doesn't understand why one would freeze compost. Seems like alot of extra work to me. And yes, the price point is rather high for this kind of thing. There are all kinds of compost pails on the market that are just as functional as this, with lower price point.

Sharon
Vote: Thumbs up!

Love the concept but not the price.

Lisa
Vote: Thumbs down!

just not for me

Jessie Jean
Vote: Thumbs up!

way too expensive!! looks cool, but not worth it.

Lisalee
Vote: Thumbs down!

Ick. Use a repurposed container.

Janice
Vote: Thumbs down!

way too pricey and I also think why would I want garbage in my freezer??

Holly
Vote: Thumbs up!

Awesome, but too expensive.

Rosemary
Vote: Thumbs down!

Could probably find something a lot cheaper to do the trick.

Dottie
Vote: Thumbs up!

I'm going to get one!

Jill
Vote: Thumbs down!

I would NEVER put the compost in the freezer. That's gross to me. But, that's just me.


Vote: Thumbs down!

The price seems very high for the same material that is used for ice cube trays that cost $1.99 at Ikea.

Judy
Vote: Thumbs up!

Clever, but does it have a lid to prevent spilling if it is tipped?

LINDA
Vote: Thumbs up!

This would be handy

Cheryl
Vote: Thumbs down!

storage issues in the freezer

Claudia
Vote: Thumbs down!

it keeps repeating-once was enough.

Irene

This has no appeal to me at all. For those who are set on composting, I am sure they would buy something for use outside. I know I wouldn't want it in my freezer. It is always filled with edible food, not garbage! And another thing, where on earth did they come up with such a high price?

Andrea
Vote: Thumbs down!

How is this different than any $10 bin at target or home depot? Is the freezing bin better from the regular compost bins?

Patricia
Vote: Thumbs down!

If you must freeze it - put it in any old container. Compost is to put on your garden, not in the freezer!

Deanne
Vote: Thumbs down!

cost to much, who has that much room in freezer!

kelly
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wouldn't the frozen food scraps mess up the temperature of your compost?

Dina
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Not needed. I compost. It doesn't smell.

Krista
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Yuck - and overpriced.

Teresa
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I'm not too sure about this, it seems like a real stretch when it comes to being "green".

Portia
Vote: Thumbs down!

Why would I freeze compost??

Mollie
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It's just overkill. More plastic for the landfills. There are already enough composters out there that do the trick!

Mic
Vote: Thumbs down!

Unnecessary

frederica
Vote: Thumbs up!

Nice idea. The time is right as most people are thinking "green" but it's too expensive.

debra
Vote: Thumbs down!

sounds crazy to freeze compost. Who has room in the freezer for this?

Lynsey
Vote: Thumbs down!

freezing compost...great idea for someone witha small area that doesn't want the smell lingering everywhere although if you have a small space will you have enough room to freeze it??

Lynsey
Vote: Thumbs down!

kind of expenseive

Beverley
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Not playful enough to suit the Uncommon Goods persona!!

debra
Vote: Thumbs down!

who has room in their freezer for this ?

Kathleen
Vote: Thumbs down!

Sorry, this just looks useless.

kathy
Vote: Thumbs down!

I don't understand this. Who has room in their freezer for this, and why put a compost in your freezer? $60????!!

Jessica
Vote: Thumbs down!

The price is high, other containers could do just the same thing, it really should have a lid, and the band around the middle and lip around the top take up unnecessary room in the freezer. Not sure i'd put trash in freezer anyway....

Teri
Vote: Thumbs down!

don't see the need to fill up my freezer with waste.

Christina
Vote: Thumbs up!

I love it, but like others, I think it is overpriced for the market and I want to know if it has a lid!

BETH
Vote: Thumbs up!

Good idea, but $60 seems a bit steep

Maja
Vote: Thumbs up!

Perhaps a little pricey, I've seen cheaper ones....

Linda
Vote: Thumbs down!

I don't compost.

Jodene
Vote: Thumbs down!

Seriously?

Jaye
Vote: Thumbs down!

UGH! Compost in the freezer? Even if I wanted to keep garbage in the freezer, the price of this item is ridiculous! Try Rubbermaid!

Melissa
Vote: Thumbs up!

Cool, but would be cool if it were made out of RECYCLED silicone

Jody
Vote: Thumbs down!

I live in a condo where my freezer space is precious! And if I really wanted to freeze my compost I'd use an old butter tub- really.

Therese
Vote: Thumbs down!

An example of hyper-consumerism.....why not use an otherwise throwaway plastic container that can provide a little more usefulness before heading for the landfill?

Linda
Vote: Thumbs down!

Not sure enough people would buy this...

nysavvy
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didn't get it!!

Bibblie
Vote: Thumbs up!

This idea is SO COOL! We compost scraps at my house and it ALWAYS smells terrible. :P

Katherine
Vote: Thumbs down!

Gross! Who wants stinky compost in their freezer???

Melanie
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That's just gross!

ess
Vote: Thumbs down!

I could see myself accidentally eating what's inside, thinking it's food

Amanda
Vote: Thumbs up!

price is WAY too high

jessica
Vote: Thumbs down!

I freeze compost for my worms when they aren't quite ready to eat but once it's in the freezer, it doesn't smell. Not an issue with fruit flies either. Freeze it in a ziploc bag, like I do.

rebecca

Why use energy to be more energy efficient? Compost turns waste into fertilizer, cutting down on chemicals and carbon used to grow food (or whatever). Freezing it defeats the purpose.

Sue

I compost all my garbage and I can't imagine using this.

Kerry
Vote: Thumbs down!

Too expensive and why wouldnt you just take it outside, why put it in the freezer???????

Barb
Vote: Thumbs up!

ewww - like i'd want that hanging out in my freezer. NOT!

Katy
Vote: Thumbs up!

Seems practical if you do this sort of thing.

Katy
Vote: Thumbs up!

Already reviewed this one. Seems practical for those who compost

Marty
Vote: Thumbs down!

Too spendy to just freeze garbage.

Nancy
Vote: Thumbs down!

Kinda silly, is you want to freeze compostrecycle a Cool whip tub.

Debra
Vote: Thumbs down!

Seems unnecessary

kat
Vote: Thumbs up!

Would be a very good idea at a much lower price.

Trish
Vote: Thumbs up!

Great idea, but I wouldn't have room in my freezer for it. Awfully expensive, too.

Kathryn
Vote: Thumbs down!

i dont see a top. without a cover, i suspect my ice cream will taste like compost shortly after I start to use it.

INTPLibrarian
Vote: Thumbs up!

Way too expensive, though.

Jennifer
Vote: Thumbs down!

What's the point?

Kathy
Vote: Thumbs down!

Toooo expensive

gayle
Vote: Thumbs down!

Wouldn't use it.

Denise
Vote: Thumbs down!

Why waste freezer space on waste? I'd rather have an odor-free kitchen composter that holds more.

Ramen Freak
Vote: Thumbs down!

This is pretty overpriced for a box you put in the freezer. Besides, it makes no sense to me, why someone would use valuable freezer real estate for waste. Just put it in your bin!

ASHLEY
Vote: Thumbs down!

Seems like many other, cheaper things could be used for this purpose.

stacie
Vote: Thumbs down!

takes up lots of freezer space and doesn't hold much. prefer to compost on the countertop

sheila
Vote: Thumbs down!

Not "uncommon" enough for me

Carolyn
Vote: Thumbs up!

Price a bit high

Tara
Vote: Thumbs up!

Just too much money.

MELISSA
Vote: Thumbs down!

unnecessary. idea might be good for some - if spare room in one's freezer - but what about this makes it any better than any other bin/ container, which would cost MUCH less (if anything!)

Melissa
Vote: Thumbs down!

Dont think I would want to take up part of my freezer with compost.

Ginger
Vote: Thumbs up!

I think it's overpriced, but a great idea.

Mariah
Vote: Thumbs down!

why would you put it in the freezer, when now they have orderless under the sink compost that wouldn't be near things you eat. Plus, 60 pucks for a silicone trash bin?

John
Vote: Thumbs down!

You can get countertop composters that have have carbon filters for the odor and are kept near your food prep area for convenience. Not to mention freezer space is usually at a premium and paying $60...

Holly
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nice idea but 30-40 would be more reasonable.

vanessa
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I don't think I want my compost in my freezer

Dixie
Vote: Thumbs down!

I would have said "Yes" except for the price.

Kimberly
Vote: Thumbs up!

too pricey

Trudy
Vote: Thumbs down!

I would so NOT put this in my freezer.

Elizabeth
Vote: Thumbs up!

there is no where for me to have a compost pile because my dogs always find it. this is a great product for someone with hungry dogs like me or someone who doesn't enough space for a compost pile.

Vicci
Vote: Thumbs down!

It's a great idea, but waaay over-priced. I can buy a cheap silicone loaf pan

Kara
Vote: Thumbs down!

I love the concept and already wrap up waste that would stink up my trash can and garage before trash day and put it in my freezer till trash day. But this is made of silicone and should not be that expensive.

Linda
Vote: Thumbs down!

ever hear of plastic bags???

bobbie
Vote: Thumbs up!

kindof expensive but good idea

Amanda
Vote: Thumbs down!

I don't quite understand the point of freezing your compost.

Mitzi
Vote: Thumbs down!

no, no and no !!

Jessica
Vote: Thumbs down!

Interesting. As someone who composts, I like the idea of anything that helps keep the counters clean. As someone who also stocks a freezer, I hope it really is 'sized for busy freezers.' However, the reason this is a 'no' is because the price is WAY too high. $20 max.

Amanda
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don't people who compost, just take the stuff out right away... unnecessary step

Jessica
Vote: Thumbs up!

I don't compost yet, but I can see this being useful.

elisabeth
Vote: Thumbs up!

Nice idea, wouldn't buy it at that price though.

Kathleen

My freezer space is so limited, and I would not pay $60 for a tub.

Rebecca
Vote: Thumbs down!

We compost, but this seems a bit impractical for the price point. We have a small ceramic compost holder with a carbon filter that looks cute in the kitchen. The smell is not a problem since we empty it in our outdoor compost bin every few days.

Amy
Vote: Thumbs down!

Good idea, however, who has that much room to spare in the freezer?

Norine
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I would buy this if it was cheaper and in a different color. Great idea.

Cathy
Vote: Thumbs up!

I like the idea a lot as an apartment dweller -- but the price does seem a bit high

Ann
Vote: Thumbs down!

Too expensive...use a freezer bag if you want to freeze garbage. yuck!

Aimee Dars
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I like the idea but I don't know if it is practical.

Jill
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no thoughts

Judi
Vote: Thumbs down!

Cool idea. My mom used to put things in a plastic bag in the freezer, so I get it. She didn't want the trash to stink and would put it in the compost pile. But this price is crazy!

anna
Vote: Thumbs down!

a rubber garbage container for $60.....really?I dont know of many people who freeze their garbage. seems like a strange gift

Janet
Vote: Thumbs down!

No, I'm not putting compost in my freezer. Huh-uh!

Kendra
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Not practical to me.

Barbara
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Not sure why one would freeze garbage...

firefly
Vote: Thumbs up!

Price seems too high, but great product

Vonette
Vote: Thumbs down!

NO NO NO!!! compost needs to be outside

erin
Vote: Thumbs down!

Looks like something to buy from Home Depot, not a nice catalog like yours.

Kathy
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No way I'm putting compost in my freezer. Use a cheap, replacable, lidded plastic bin, take out the compost regularly and you won't have fruit flies and bad smells. Jeez.

Jennifer
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It seems silly to freeze compost, just put it in the bin.

Fran
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Garbage in my freezer?

Suzanne
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My freezer is always full. No room for compost

Lisa
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I don't get the appeal

Christine
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Who would be foolish enough to spend so much on something like this?

judy
Vote: Thumbs down!

O.K. idea, but why do I need a special container for this?

Celeste
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Great idea - but the estimated price is outrageous.

Beth
Vote: Thumbs up!

Love the concept but the price is high. Probably wouldn't buy because of the price.

Mariah
Vote: Thumbs down!

WAY over-priced! For something that sits in the freezer

Monique
Vote: Thumbs up!

Great product, but price needs to be lower

Jody
Vote: Thumbs down!

I don't know about having a garbage can with no lid in my freezer. Plus, I don't have a compost pile.

Janet
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So you want us to put smelly compost in the freezer and smell up all our food! Gross! Cakes and such absorb other odors - I would never do this.

John
Vote: Thumbs down!

You can get countertop composters with carbon filters for odor and they're usually kept closer to food prep areas for convenience. Besides $60 for this?

Andrea
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I don't know about you guys but I would not have room for this in my freezer!

Melissa
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Uhhh...NO! It's too small for the money anyways. There are much better composting bins.

Daniel
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Good idea. Nice style. Good for those who live in the city during the week and go to the country where they can compost on the weekends.However, too expensive and doesn't have a top that locks tight.

Emma

No.

Kathleen
Vote: Thumbs down!

Love the idea. Simply too expensive for its purpose.

Marilyn
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Yuck!

Amy
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No freezer space.

Elisa
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great concept, but seems really pricey.

Linda
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Way too pricey! I can use a leftover plastic container for the the same purpose....thanks for the idea!

Karen
Vote: Thumbs down!

There are other containers that would do the same job for a lot less money. If one has to freeze their compost!!

Jamie
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WHY?

Louise
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Can't imagine having room in my freezer for this.

Pam
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WAY too expensive.

Kelli
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GREAT IDEA, price ruins it though!

Eileen
Vote: Thumbs up!

A good idea but is it necessary to spend that much on a freezer bin for compost?

teresa
Vote: Thumbs down!

compost in freezer--why---under sink in little composter fine-is it even good to freeze it

Rachelle
Vote: Thumbs down!

Like the idea but I know I don't have any room in my freezer for something like this.

Jesi
Vote: Thumbs down!

Don't know enough about this to know if its a good idea or not.

jw
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I love the idea of it, especially since there is a current compost pilot program in NYC where people can bring their scraps to select Greenmarkets. However, the price is too much for most people, otherwise, I think it would sell well, especially in urban areas like NYC

Lily
Vote: Thumbs up!

Cool idea!

Kelleigh
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I don't understand why a person couldn't just use a plastic bag if they wanted to freeze compost (which I don't understand either)

Elizabeth
Vote: Thumbs up!

but too small for the price

christina
Vote: Thumbs down!

Why would I want to put my compost in the freezer? Price is too high too.

Jessica
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As someone who composts, I don't understand why you would freeze your compost.

Mary
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I don't want compost in my already crowded freezer

Amara
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Too expensive, does it have a lid?

Khanh
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seems bulky and silly to freeze scraps. seen other methods that seem more useful

Julie

What a great idea - even a man would remember not to throw that one out!

Lynn
Vote: Thumbs down!

I'm not putting garbage in my freezer or anywhere else except the composter.

Rachael
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Ummm why?

Angel
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gross

Ann
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No rotten food next to my good food.And$60 is way overpriced.

t
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Garbage/Compost should be kept separate from where you store your edible food. Some people use worms in their compost...the worms won't survive in the freezer.

Wendy
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Don't need this taking up room in the freezer. Besides, one can just as easily dedicate a plastic container (made for freezer storage) instead of buying this specially.

Peggy
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A DUMB IDEA.

Heather
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Great idea, but it is WAY too expensive.

Roz
Vote: Thumbs down!

I don't get it. We don't want to preserve it. We want it to go into the compost pile. Who could possibly be this lazy???

malinda
Vote: Thumbs up!

thumbs up for the concept, I think this is a great idea so I won't have to take a walk to the compost bin after every meal in the summer! But the price - WAY too high

Laura
Vote: Thumbs down!

Doesn't make sense.

Sandra
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One of the more useless things I have ever seen.

Suzanne

silly and too expensive

lynn
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I would not put garbage in my freezer.


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doesn't seem practical. A for effort though

Margie

too expensive!!!

kerry
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okay with concept if I ever had room in my freezer for something this large but why would i need a 60 dollar vessel for this?

Jennifer
Vote: Thumbs down!

Great idea, terribly overpriced!

kathy
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for me - a useless product - who's gonna keep compost in their freezer anyway!

sam
Vote: Thumbs up!

i LOVE this idea!! Unfortunately i wouldn't pay $60 for it...but I would probably pay $30...

Elena
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Too pricey. I don't have room for garbage in my freezer. There are already plenty of products on the market that deal with the problem of odor.

Lisa
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Gross. Just not for me.

Meagan
Vote: Thumbs up!

It's a good idea, thought I will probably being going to Amazon to find it cheaper.

sally
Vote: Thumbs down!

Why not just deposit your compostable items on a daily basis?

Marion
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Yuk! Garbage stored with food???

Erin
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Great idea, but too expensive. It's way out of my price range!

Pam
Vote: Thumbs up!

great idea, too expensive

Katie
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the concept is weak at best.

Stephanie
Vote: Thumbs up!

Love the idea, but think the price is a little steep for an object that just holds things in the freezer.

Debra
Vote: Thumbs down!

Compost has no place in my kitchen...

Lisa
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would never put this in my freezer. and i certainly wouldn't pay $60 to do so.

Laila
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don't want my ice cream hanging out with my compost

Jody
Vote: Thumbs down!

my mom and i hate the concept of it going in to the freezer and for a silicone trash can 60 bucks is rediculous

Beth
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Nice idea, but much too expensive.

connie

Price is way too high. Would love the convenience, but probably wouldn't buy with that price.

Anne
Vote: Thumbs down!

just a different style compost

Katharine
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Every gardening site has composters of better design and concept than this, and for a lot less!

jaime
Vote: Thumbs up!

Interesting idea, I am currently researching compost options, and this is a nice option.

Lynn
Vote: Thumbs down!

Who would keep composting junk in the refrigerator or freezer? Gross.

Laurie
Vote: Thumbs up!

good idea but way to expensive!!!!!

Kate
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Why would you freeze garbage? Just not getting it.

Hallie

Not for me, but maybe for someone else. A little pricey though...

Val
Vote: Thumbs down!

GROSS !!!!!!! I wouldn't want that in my freezer

gail
Vote: Thumbs up!

Maybe for the green people group.

Laura
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Could I live without this? Yeah.

Kayla

Love this idea but we try to freezer compost, even in a grocery plastic bag but we never remember to grab the bag before we head out to Union Sq area. I'd purchase once we were more on-top of our recycling regularly.

Laura
Vote: Thumbs up!

What a great idea - if I can find room in my freezer!

Andrea Gray
Vote: Thumbs down!

Seemingly unnecessary.

Deborah
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there are too many better looking composters out there

Mary
Vote: Thumbs up!

I would buy this!!

Karen E.
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GIMMICKY

Sonya
Vote: Thumbs down!

Freeaing compost? Are you kidding me?

Jan
Vote: Thumbs down!

Frozen or not, I don't want garbage in my freezer!

Jennifer
Vote: Thumbs down!

can we say Tupperware?

Shannon
Vote: Thumbs up!

It's pretty expensive for a silicone container. I can get a silicone bowl at walmart to do the same job for around $8. Cool idea though!

Tina
Vote: Thumbs down!

I like it, but it's far too small for the price.

Lynne
Vote: Thumbs up!

I keep scraps and trimmings in zip-lock bags in the freezer now so they don't make the trash stinky - nice to have something that doesn't add more plastic to the waste cycle

Delyn
Vote: Thumbs down!

This is outrageously expensive for a storage bin. $60.00, c'mon.

Lisa
Vote: Thumbs up!

Excellent idea! We used to freeze out compost in old bread loaf plastic bags - this would be MUCH better and easier!!!

Sarah
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The idea of putting compost in the freezer makes me gag. Not to mention it sort of goes against the point of having a compost pile....

Jennifer

Ew, Can't even begin to describe how gross that sounds.

Roswitha

Great idea, but too expensive. Needs a lid.

Cynthia
Vote: Thumbs down!

Too expensive for a rubber bin.

Heather
Vote: Thumbs up!

Again, the need for dimensions in the product story. Does anybody know how long it might last, given 'average' use?

Julia
Vote: Thumbs down!

Just take the compost out--why freeze it?

Darshna
Vote: Thumbs down!

use a regular tupperware box!

monica

on track here.. i don't think i would put compost in my freezer though, but the orderless and easy clean up definitely caught my eye. i also wouldn't pay 60 dollars for a compost bucket

Michelle

The Tupperware comment correct! What makes this worth $60.00? The idea? Sorry, I don't think so.

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