The Original Rock Tumbler

by NSI

Polish rough rocks to create semi-precious gemstones, add findings to make keychains, rings, earrings, charms, necklaces and pins.

Tumbler includes tumbling machine with barrel, tumbling grit, polish, findings, glue, instructions and rough rocks, including: amethyst, jasper, agates and others. UL Listed 63B2 0.15 amps. Rating 110 - 120 V.A.C. 10 watts, 60 Hz. Recommended for ages 10 and up - as with all electric products, precautions should be observed during handling and use.

Refill includes 8 ounces of rough semi-precious stones, tumbling grit, polish, glue, and jewelry findings.

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Sue P. from Michigan says:

We bought one of these for my son about 10 years ago. As the other reviewer stated, it takes about 3 weeks. Our first batch came out fine. The rock tumbler broke down halfway through the second batch....[more]

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Product Questions and Answers

How big a rock, or rocks can it handle?

- Asked by Carl on 04-Sep-13

I would say only about 3 in. in diameter.

- Answered by MisterArt on 06-Sep-13

What is the cylinder made of?

- Asked by Carl on 04-Sep-13

The cylinder is made of a combination of plastic and rubber.

- Answered by MisterArt on 06-Sep-13

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Rated by: Sue P. in Michigan
We bought one of these for my son about 10 years ago. As the other reviewer stated, it takes about 3 weeks. Our first batch came out fine. The rock tumbler broke down halfway through the second batch. There are better rock tumblers out there, but they are pretty expensive. If I recall correctly, one of the plastic parts snapped so that the barrel no longer would spin.
Rated by: JD S. in salecreek, TN
I think this rock tumbler is cool. It is good for the beginners because it is very inexpensive, and not hard to do. Though it takes about 3 weeks to coplete.

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