Triple Sproutmaster 5x6

Three 5" x 6" countertop sprouters

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  • Description

    Our favorite countertop sprouter! Works well for short sprouts, leafy sprouts, and most microgreens.

    The Triple SproutMaster is stackable. Comes with a divider for two crops at once. 

Review Snapshot

Average Customer Rating (based on 8 reviews)

Customers most agreed on the following:

  • Pros: The Appearance (4),
  • Best uses: In a Salad (5), By Itself (2), As an Ingredient (1),
  • Describe Yourself: Healthy Lifestyle (4), DIY`er (4)

easiest way to sprout

  • By: MyFiona Verified Buyer from Ladysmith, BC CA on January 21, 2016
  • Cons: PROS: Convenience CONS: Holes too large for some seeds. Only 4 lids for 3 trays. Need 6 lids to use independantly
  • Best uses: By Itself
  • Describe Yourself: Healthy Lifestyle

I have 3 large sproutmasters already. I decided to get the set of three small ones so that I could grow smaller trays of sprouts that we don't eat in huge handfulls, or that not everyone enjoys. The smaller ones are perfect for this. 1) There are only 4 lids. I need 6 lids to use each tray independently. I guess youre only meant to use them in a tower. 2) Sproutmasters are wonderful, but the holes are just a tad too big for tiny seeds like alfalfa, and a lot of them fall through even after a long soak. I add a few mucilaginous seeds like cress, and that helps to minimize the waste. 3) suggestion for Mumms: in your sprouting instructions for each seed, can you please give us the ideal quantity for each size of sproutmaster? It's trial and error for me. Till I figure out the right amount for each seed I am always planting too thinly, or overcrowding them.

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works great

  • By: gardengirl Verified Buyer from grenfell, SK CA on February 15, 2016
  • Best uses: In a Salad
  • Describe Yourself: DIY`er

I've always used a jar with a plastic gridded lid, but with this product can sprout several different kinds of seeds at same time in a very small space, or stagger the process to have sprouts ready all the time. For small seeds such as alfalfa, they need to be soaked overnight in a small bowl before putting in the sprouter, otherwise they wash through the grid. An extra lid or two would also be handy for using the trays individually. Easy to clean.

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Makes it so easy!

  • By: johnnypants Verified Buyer from Nelson, BC CA on April 24, 2016
  • Pros: The Appearance
  • Cons: None. And none of the 'pros' in the list make sense for the equipment, but you have to choose one...
  • Best uses: By Itself
  • Describe Yourself: Healthy Lifestyle

I am really impressed with these trays. They make it so easy. I've actually just ordered a second set, so that I can have more things going at once. This size works for me much better than the larger size tray would. Great buy!

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video for the sprout master

  • By: Heather Verified Buyer from Kelowna, BC CA on April 6, 2016
  • Pros: The Appearance
  • Cons: Not enough lids
  • Best uses: In a Salad
  • Describe Yourself: Healthy Lifestyle

I use this sport master and found a great video that helped me a lot. It is better than the info from the company and as a result have had great success. https://sproutpeople.org/sprouters/

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Great Sprouter

  • By: Max Verified Buyer from Fort Frances, ON CA on October 4, 2016
  • Best uses: In a Salad
  • Describe Yourself: DIY`er

I love the triple sproutmaster. I've been using it for a couple of months and I can't believe the results -- much less wasted seed when compared with the jar method I was using before.

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Amazingly easy sprouter!

  • By: Sprouting Fun Verified Buyer from Toronto, AZ CA on April 9, 2017
  • Pros: The Appearance
  • Cons: Price
  • Best uses: In a Salad
  • Describe Yourself: DIY`er

I love how little space this takes in my kitchen, and they fit on the windowsill where I see them everyday and remember to water them. I don't eat a lot of sprouts, so this makes the perfect amount. It is so easy to use, I am hooked on sprouting now, and want another set to grow more different varieties at the same time. For smaller seeds, I use paper towel to line the bottom. I have successfully grown sunflower microgreens and radish microgreens without soil so far. Now attempting arugula and mustard with soil. Fun! It's quite expensive, but worth the price when you consider the cost of buying sprouts at the store.

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Triple Sprout Master

  • By: Carmen Verified Buyer from Powell River, BC CA on March 23, 2017
  • Pros: The Appearance
  • Cons: none
  • Best uses: In a Salad
  • Describe Yourself: Healthy Lifestyle

I absolutely love this product - small and compact on the counter, and yet you can grow a lot of sprouts. I also use it as a seed start for garden plants. Brilliant little tool - thank you .

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They work well with the one larger tray I had

  • By: JBE Verified Buyer from toronto, SK CA on February 12, 2017
  • Best uses: As an Ingredient
  • Describe Yourself: DIY`er

Having smaller trays maturing regularly gives a fresher "crop" as a continuous supply. I wish there was one more lid so a single tray could work independently.

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