EVERYTHING YOU NEED -Tumbling machine, 9 types of rough gemstones (0.5 lb), four polishing grits, jewelry fastenings, educational guide, & instructions
BUILT TO LAST - This high-quality metal tumbler has a powerful motor, noise reducing leak-proof barrel and comes backed by a 2-year warranty.
PERFECT FOR BEGINNERS - Easy to operate! Features an automatic shutoff timer so you can get bigger results and save energy
LEARN AND DISCOVER - Learn about all 9 of the gems included and then explore your own backyard for additional rocks to polish with your tumbler
100% SATISFACTION GUARANTEED - With National Geographic's 100% satisfaction guarantee and a 2-year warranty you can be sure you're giving a quality gift
Great way to start a rock collection!
Learn about the exciting hobby of rock tumbling with National Geographic. This set includes all the accessories youll need to start polishing dazzling gems. Rock tumbling is tons of fun and a great way to start an extraordinary rock collection. Kids can use the included jewelry fastening to create beautiful homemade jewelry!
Contents and Features:
High-quality tumbling machine with powerful motor that will last for years
Automatic shutoff timer so you can set it and forget it
Noise reducing leak-proof barrel with stainless steel lid
Half pound of gemstones from around the world (9 types) and four grades of grit
Jewelry fastenings so you can create your own unique jewelry
Full-color information guide with cool facts about each of the gemstones included
Easy-to-follow rock tumbling instructions
2-year manufacturer warranty
Rock tumbling is a fun activity for children of all ages and promotes an interest in geology and science. Introduce your kid to science the fun way! Join National Geographic as we inspire future generations by showing them the wonders of the natural world.
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