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Leegol Electric Hobby Rock Tumbler Machine - Single Drum 3LB Rock Polisher (Single Barrel)

Leegol Electric Hobby Rock Tumbler Machine - Single Drum 3LB Rock Polisher (Single Barrel) Leegol Electric Hobby Rock Tumbler Machine - Single Drum 3LB Rock Polisher (Single Barrel) Leegol Electric Hobby Rock Tumbler Machine - Single Drum 3LB Rock Polisher (Single Barrel) Leegol Electric Hobby Rock Tumbler Machine - Single Drum 3LB Rock Polisher (Single Barrel) Leegol Electric Hobby Rock Tumbler Machine - Single Drum 3LB Rock Polisher (Single Barrel) Leegol Electric Hobby Rock Tumbler Machine - Single Drum 3LB Rock Polisher (Single Barrel)
$ 62.99

Score By Feature

Based on 1,424 ratings
Value for money
7.67
Easy to use
7.48
Sturdiness
7.16
Giftable
7.08
For beginners
6.76
Noise level
6.91

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Product Description

Included in the packaging list are one machine and zero components. A walnut shell media mix of five v-shaped blocks, weighing five pounds An instruction booklet is included with the belt.
Plug in a power adapter Capacity of the 120V/60Hz barrel The weight is 3LB.
The following features distinguish professionals The high-speed internet access Ensure smooth finishes with a quality polisher with a powerful motor!
An easy way to get started A simple machine to remove rust and corrosion from metals or rocks, just add media and let the machine carry out the task.
We promise to meet your expectations By purchasing a manufacturer's warranty, you can rest assured that the gift you receive is of the highest quality. We will replace it if you get a defective one. Contact us if you get a defective

Questions & Answers

What are the benefits of tumbled Petoskey stones?

Stones from the Petosky Collection should be polished gently by hand, using progressively Once it has been polished, you can rub in a small amount of TurtleWax car polish with a soft cloth, piece of denim, A clear acrylic sealer can be sprayed over them as well. It is best to use harder stones In addition, make sure to use stones of similar hardness in each batch (for example, agates or jaspers in one batch). Adding too soft a stone to one that is hard can cause the smaller stones to break up into tiny pieces instead of polishing. you are new to rock tumbling, check out the Moh's Hardness Scale if you know what type of rock you are tumbling (agates are not translucent or transparent, but jaspers, quartz, etc. are translucent (light passes

What is the warranty on it? Is it true that it has If I ordered an item on Amazon or elsewhere and the manufacturer ignored all my requests, what should I do?

Yes, the rock tumblers are going to last a lifetime.

Do you have any plans to repurpose ?

If you'd like to continue using it, you're welcome to do so. When it gets dirty, it will lose some of its effectiveness, though.

In order to seal the drum lid, what do you need to know? When I try to put the lid on the drum, I cannot do so It can be caused by force, petroleum jelly, or ?

Ensure no debris are on the sealing area, then push the drum lid into the drum by pulling on the edge from time to time. Once the lid is sealed, the nut exerts pressure on the contents to maintain the seal. Getting the new drums to play right takes a bit of effort

Selected User Reviews For Leegol Electric Hobby Rock Tumbler Machine - Single Drum 3LB Rock Polisher (Single Barrel)

The rock SLIDER in this picture is not a My collection now includes six different manufacturers' tumblers, including a new model that I bought this week As a result, I have plenty of data from which to compare this device
3/5

In my hobby life, I have found two types of activities- There are a lot of grade tumblers on the market. These are the "hogs" with air conditioning that draw electricity from the wall outlet and those with DC motors and a step-by-step system This uses negligible current because the transformer is sized down. Quite a bit of current is drawn by this device. have a heat sink- They had to go to the effort, but it is ineffective. I am concerned that the unit will warm up as it tumbles longer. Hence, since I am not interested in watching it tumble for days at a time to make sure nothing catches alight, I will leave it with you. To perform my initial test run, I have decided to run it for four hours, then let it rest and cool down for an hour, then run it again for four hours until it heats up. There is no logic to this It shouldn't matter to the customer whether a rock tumbler gets so hot that they aren't comfortable with it. They should be left running continuously for days at a time, but you do have to turn them on and let them work That is what my NG hobby tumbler has been doing for the past 3 months. Now I see why this company provides replacement belts - they need to enter the 21st century and use a D/C drive. It is likely that heat generated in/by the rotation apparatus shortens the life of the drive belt Another issue to consider. There is a lot of poor design in this unit. There was obviously an overheating issue since after some time they added a heat sink to try to dissipate that heat - but the problem has not been fixed. However, that is not enough. D/C motors should be switched to a wake-up call for the crew. As I prepare to return this unit, I am packing it If I have a defective product, it's either a badly-designed product or the item I bought was Whatever the case, I am very disappointed It is not recommended that you purchase this product! This is especially true due to these other factors 1. Neither speed nor direction can be adjusted The label on the device says 3400 RPMs, but that is an overstatement, or it may refer to the output of their drive motor. There is a belt drive for the device, but it has a different diameter drive shaft for the tumbler. Hence, final rotation speed is adjusted as a result As still exists There are no records of 3400 and this is an The fact is that experienced rock tumblers need to know rotation speed in order to figure out how much time to use with each abrasive. This unit makes it nearly impossible to calculate that. The second point is as follows There is barely enough room for the drum to fit in the opening The tolerances are extremely tight. Because of the way the tub rotates, the bottom of the tub rubs against the housing. It rubs against another side, or you can choose whichever you prefer Moving back and forth on its drive shaft, it moves back and forth. Ideally, I would like to find at least two giant diameter spheres It is thin and very fragile In my first test of the machine, I used nylon washers as a means to protect both surfaces from contact erosion There should have been some thought put into this by the manufacturer. The third and final item on the list is. NG has designed the interior of the drum in a way that prevents tumbling (like other NG instruments). It is more likely that rocks will SLIDE There were a lot of blunders here. For me, it's down. As far as the build quality goes, I was hoping to find it a plus. They saved money on the tumbler tank, but they skimped on the rest. Keeping shopping is the best strategy What are the benefits of purchasing During use, the unit gets hot and the performance of the tumbling tank must be improved.
If you are just a hobbyist and cannot afford to purchase more than a single tumbler, I would keep looking. ( If you enjoy experimentation, this unit isn't as bad as it seems. ) It is just not worth the purchase price when there are cheaper alternatives on Prime for a similar price.

Trey Chung
Trey Chung
| Sep 17, 2020
I have so far found it to be a fantastic experience
5/5

recall what I paid for this ($50 or so), but compared to other brands it wasn't much. The two thumblers are lortones. There is a lot of noise produced by the rubber barrel. In the same way, the motor is. For cooling the motor, it has a fan. A switch that allows it to be turned on and off. It seems odd that the more expensive products don't have it. I have no idea. My personal opinion is that this is pretty damn Apparently, the barrel has a semi-rigid feel to it. You know what I discovered? I think it should be like that. There is no rock tumbler you can get that doesn't tell you to open and vent any pressure that builds up during the first 24 hours or so The pain is awful. I find it irritating when people are incompetent.

Amber Ortiz
Amber Ortiz
| Aug 14, 2020
This method is very effective and efficient during the transition phase! Over the past 6 weeks, I transformed these beautiful polished gems from a pile of debris found on the dirt roads around my house (messy quartz, rose quartz, Pikes Peak Granite, and petrified wood)
5/5

You can get a great deal on this tumbler if you know what you're doing and have patience! Ensure you have the appropriate grit for every step and follow directions closely. At the moment, I am working on batch number two.

Rosalia Perkins
Rosalia Perkins
| Sep 06, 2020
The design of the product is poor
3/5

Tumblers like this are primitive, and they do not allow you to easily assemble and disassemble the parts as often as you need to when you change In the worst case scenario, the tumbler is small There is rigid rubber at the bottom of the shoe. There is a fatal flaw in that design - Over time, if you insert the drum into a tumbler and run it, the contents of the drum wear out from friction. So you should seal the drum and seal it tight. bottom of the drum expands, and it pushes outward. The space around the drum is so tight that the tumbling stops as soon as the drum is contained. This is a comprehensive guide An aluminum drum may work with this design, but a rubber drum will not. The warranty is as follows The answer to this question is no. The problem is if you buy it, you are stuck with it. The item is not returnable. I would be glad to do so, but I cannot.

Allie Garza
Allie Garza
| Feb 09, 2021
We are out of ideas
3/5

The first time it was used, it worked well. I played with the phone for a month and a few days before it began to squeak and shake. I don't think it is a belt problem. It is or something within the roller rod So, I'm out more than 80 dollars just a few days after the return window closes. It's impossible to get in touch with the seller, so I'm out of luck. Now I have to get rid of phase two. Do not waste your time. I think this is a waste of time.

Asher Johns
Asher Johns
| Dec 07, 2020

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