Living Composter
Living Composter
Living Composter
Living Composter
Living Composter
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Living Composter

Designed scientifically, this odorless, biomorphic composter turns food scraps into fab fertilizer.

$199.00

Stylish and functional composter

5

This is a great small composter. Beautifully made and easy to use. Love it! The lid was a bit tight in the begining, but it fit well afterwards. Already adding worms and the compost is starting to look good! Not cheap but worth it, would definitely recommended!

London

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Perfect composter for 1

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I use this composter in my small apartment. It's the perfect size, no odor, very easy to set up and use, and requires next to no maintenance. Simply add worms, dirt, and food waste and it takes care of itself.

Kodiak, AK

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Awesome!!!

5

Its beautiful look fits my kitchen. My kid checks the composter like crazy, and sometimes the seeds from our food waste germinate. Even that it's a bit small for us, it still helps me deal with my everyday food waste and fertilize my plants!

New York

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