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Lortone QT-12 Rotary Rock Tumbler / Kit

Lortone QT-12 Rotary Rock Tumbler
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$224.95
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Lortone QT-12 Rotary Rock Tumbler or Kit

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The large Lortone QT-12 Rotary Rock Tumbler is a professional grade machine with heavy-duty motor and large 10-sided molded-rubber barrel, capable of polishing up to 12 pounds at a time. It's perfect for polishing rock, brass, castings, beads, glass and more.  It's easy to use, even for a beginner, but produces professional results. All-steel body is strong and stable, with a handsome stainless steel drive cover. Lortone quality is backed by a one-year warranty from the manufacturer.

Interior barrel size of the Lortone QT-12 Rotary Rock Tumbler is 7 1/2" deep by 6 3/4" diameter.

  • Dimensions 11L x 12.5W inches
  • Interior barrel size  7.5" deep by 6.75" diameter
  • Professional quality rock tumbler
  • 10-sided molded-rubber barrel
  • Large 12 lb. capacity drum
  • Polishes stones, brass, glass and beads
  • All-steel body with stainless drive cover
  • Strong 120V, 60Hz motor
  • Tumbler weighs about 16 pounds
  • 1-year limited warranty from Lortone
  • General rock tumbling instructions here.

Choose Tumbler only or Tumbler + Grit Kit from drop down menu. Kit includes 5 pounds of each: 80 coarse grit, 220 medium grit, and 600 fine grit; plus 1 pound each of Micro Alumina Polish and plastic pellets. Tumbler + Grit Kit shipped in 2 boxes.


About Lortone
For over 50 years, serious lapidaries have considered Lortone the standard for performance and durability. Located in Washington state, Lortone has a long history of producing high value, economical lapidary and jewelry equipment.
Although there is no magic involved in rock tumbling, it does require time, close attention to detail, cleanliness and a certain amount of craftsmanship. But isn't that what any hobby is all about? And a benefit of rock tumbling as a hobby is that you can rarely completely ruin a good stone. You may lose some time through error, and your stone may end up smaller than you hoped, but it will still be a gem. By using a Lortone rock polisher that is built to last, you'll be happy with your rock tumbler supplies for many years!

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