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Scepter claims that with their ODJOB mixer you can mix 60 pounds of concrete in 30 seconds by just rolling it back and forth.  You’re not limited to concrete either — you can mix mortar, grout, fertilizer, feed, soil, and paint thoroughly and quickly.  With the lid on, the ODJOB mixer is airtight, so you can also store consumables like seed and feed in it.

Inside the seven-gallon ODJOB mixer, patented baffles create a corkscrew effect that moves the mixture around and redistributes it end to end. When you’re done, just rinse out the ODJOB with water.

Pricing for the ODJOB mixer starts around $30.

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14 Responses to Scepter ODJOB Mixer

  1. Matt Soreco says:

    A bucket with a lid. How revolutionary. 🙂

  2. Fred B says:

    I got one of those, got on sale for about $12, it works, just don’t lose or damage the gasket.

  3. Kris says:

    I bought one of these and tried it – I was not impressed. It did not save me any time over a mortar box & mixing hoe and was clumsy to use. You are supposed to use the lid to measure the amount of water to add but I was taught old school – the amount of water needed will change depending on the mix, temperature, etc. Rather than measure I just add water until the mix cuts just right with the hoe. You can’t do this with the barrel!

  4. Adam R says:

    But will it throw hats that can cut marble?

  5. Chris says:

    They should make a 55-gallon version for use as a composter. Just don’t charge $180 for it like everyone else does — sell ’em for $60 and they’d never be able to keep ’em in stock.


  6. Wheels17 says:

    I’ve had one for at least 10 years, and it works well. I was pouring in the back yard, and had the ready mix in the front driveway. loaded it up and rolled it to the back yard. Swapped ends a couple of times on the trip to change the rotation. Nice mix by the time I got to the back yard.

    Wish they had one that took 80lb bags.

  7. fred says:

    After years of using (and burning out) big old 1/2 inch (Thor, Black & Decker etc.) drills for thinset and mud mixing – we’ve recently found a new Freud product that’s great at low speed mixing:


    They sell a big brother (13 amp) too – but this one is up to the tasks that we throw at it.

  8. Wayne D. says:

    I always see people in my area using cheap plastic kiddie pools from wally-world to mix up cement in my area. Just make sure you don’t fill them up more than halfway or they break 🙂

  9. rick says:

    used this one before, does a good job, no complaints at all! definitely would give it a thumbs up.

  10. Alistair says:

    I have had one for 35 years and was using it today. Same gasket which I wash thoroughly after every use. Great when you only need 3 or 4 buckets of concrete.

  11. Dennis says:

    I have been looking all over for a mixing barrel. Does anyone know where I can find one to purchase?

  12. Jim says:

    Where can I find the small (five gallon) buckets ? I bought two on ebay some time ago and I can no longer find them there. $1100.00 is a god-awful price to ask for a plastic bucket. You can buy motorized twenty gallon mixers for $250.00 at Harbor Freight.

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