Thumler's MP-1 Kit:
This is our best-selling tumbler because it is inexpensive and quiet. The soft rubber barrel is larger, but makes much less noise, than a toy tumbler with a plastic barrel. Try rock tumbling with a quality machine at a low price. Includes everything you need to produce one batch of tumbled stones. Includes a small jewelry kit. Convenient refill kits are avaliable here
$103.80. Only $79.99
Thumler's A-R1 Kit:
Has a 3-pound capacity barrel, an overload-protected motor, on a metal frame. Will last for many years. Includes rocks, grit, small jewelry kit and instructions. Convenient refill kits are avaliable here
$177.94. Only $139.99
Similar to the A-R1 above but with two 3-pound capacity barrels. You can tumble two different materials at one time, materials at two different steps in the tumbling process, or two people can each have their own barrel.
$204.88. Only: $159.99
. Also available as a kit with supplies.
A large tumbler with a 12-pound capacity barrel. Used to quietly tumble a lot of rocks or to clean brass casings. With minor adjustments can be converted to run two 3-pound barrels.
$257.85. Only: $199.99
Thumler's Model B:
The largest tumbler that we sell. Has a 15-pound capacity barrel and a larger motor than the tumblers above. Used to tumble rocks but very popular for cleaning brass casings. Has a thick rubber liner to prevent leaks and run quietly.
$316.99. Only $239.99
Tumble a batch of stones in just 7 to 14 days! The Lot-O uses very little grit and produces an awesome polish on agate, jasper and many other rocks. Wow!
The Thumler's Ultra-Vibe is a large vibratory tumbler with a ten-pound bowl. We sell the industrail model needed to tumble rocks.
Tumbling Supplies and Parts
|Rock Tumbler Grit|
All of the grit you need for rock tumbling. Single use kits or by the pound. Save by purchasing a bulk grit kit.
Two sizes of ceramic cylinder media and plastic pellets. These are used for cushioning, delivering grit and as filler.
We offer refill kits for two and three pound barrels. Each refill kit comes with the amount of rough, grit and polish needed to run through one tumbling cycle.
Rock Tumbler Rough
We offer a variety of rocks already sized for your tumbler. These include: Beginner's Mix, Mixed Jasper, Picture Jasper, Petrified Wood, Lake Superior, Apache Tears, Green Jasper and Brecciated Jasper.
Barrels, Motors & Parts
Rock Tumbler Parts:
We offer parts for Lortone
. For other brands and vintage tumblers please read this article
We sell jewelry parts that you can use to make nice key chains, pendant necklaces, tie tacks and bracelets with your tumbled stones.
Polished Stone Identification
|Identify Polished Stones|
Picture identification guide for polished stones and tumbled rocks. Includes most of the stones in our mixtures.
Tumbled Stone Mixtures
Our tumbled stone mixes contain some of the most colorful and highly polished stones that you will find anywhere.
|FREE Information About Tumbling
Rock Tumbling Recipes
Rock Tumbling Recipes is an occasional email message that we send a few times per year. It will help you improve your tumbling results, learn new methods, maintain your tumbler, and save time and money while tumbling. It is free, will not produce spam, you can unsubscribe at any time.
Tumbling Articles and Resources
Rock Tumbling Book
|We highly recommend: Modern Rock Tumbling by Steve Hart. Learning is the fastest way to improve the quality of rocks that you tumble. In this book you will learn from an expert with extensive experience. You will increase your abilities, learn to save time, and have a great reference book that you will use again and again.|
|We highly recommend: Gemstones of the World (fifth edition) by Walter Schumann. One of the most popular gemstone books ever written, with over one million copies sold. It has about 100 pages of basic gemstone information and about 200 pages dedicated to photos and descriptions of over 100 gems and gem materials.|
Gemstone and Jewelry Book
|We highly recommend: Gemstone Tumbling, Cutting, Drilling & Cabochon Making by Jim Magnuson, Val Carver, and Carol Wood. This is our favorite book for a person who does rock tumbling and now wants to make beads, pendants, and jewelry from tumbled stones. Information about drilling, face-polishing and cab cutting.|