|Remote Control Included?||No|
|Mfg Recommended age||8 - 15 years|
|Item Model Number||NGGEMREFILL|
|Product Dimensions||7.62 x 7.62 x 20.32 cm; 453.59 Grams|
NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC Rock Tumbler Refill Kit - Gemstone Mix of 9 varieties including Tiger's Eye, Amethyst and Quartz - Comes with 4 grades of Grit, Jewelry Fastenings and detailed Learning Guide
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- GEMSTONES OF NINE VARIETIES - Tiger’s Eye, Amethyst, Aventurine, Rose Quartz, Red Jasper, Agate, Sodalite, Dalmatian Jasper, Hematite. (1lb in total)
- FOUR GRADES OF GRIT - Coarse, Medium, Fine, Polish. Transform your stones from rough rocks to dazzling gemstones!
- JEWELRY FASTENINGS - 1 Necklace, 1 set of Earrings, 1 Keychain, 1 Ring. Create custom jewelry from your newly polished gemstones!
- LEARNING GUIDE - Our learning guide will teach you all about these unique gemstone specimens and includes many amazing and fascinating facts
- RESPECTED QUALITY - National Geographic is proud to provide only the highest quality toys and all our kits are backed by our 100% satisfaction guarantee
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This Gemstone Refill Kit Includes:
- 9 types of raw gemstones (1 lb in total)
- 4 courses of polishing grit
- 6 jewelry fastenings
1 full-color learning guide
National Geographic Toys makes the highest quality hands-on science toys, and all products are backed by exceptional service.
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