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ALL IN ONE GOLD PANNING KIT: Everything needed to get outside and start breaking up some ground in one complete gold rush combo gold panning kit This gold prospecting kit has everything one needs for gold panning, recovery, cleaning and storage, making it an accessible, yet comprehensive kit with an assortment of tools for beginners and adults looking to become gold prospectors
1/8 COARSE CLASSIFYING SCREEN: Essential to a new hobbyist or seasoned gold prospector are reliable coarse sized soil classifier screens; this is the biggest time saver to running more material through your wash plant or gold pan; by breaking down your material; constructed from heavy-duty abs plastic, the classifier screen features 304 steel wire mesh that is rust-resistant and conveniently fit on the rim of a five gallon bucket; with all the rocks plucked out now you can run your paydirt
FINE GOLD RECOVERY STORAGE EQUIPMENT: The included magnifying tweezers, snifter bottles and glass collection vials with screw on tops are great to have on hand with you in the field if youâre lucky enough to find gold, gems or other precious gem stones! These gold prospecting tools will allow you to better clean, store and examine your newly discovered finds
QUALITY GOLD EQUIPMENT: All the gold mining tools included in this complete gold panning kit are made from high quality material; from the high impact, durable plastic classifier screen, gold pans and sand scoop, to the metal magnifying tweezers, durable magnetic pick-up tool and sturdy, reliable flashlight; all the components will see you through many gold prospecting seasons to come
PORTABLE AND LIGHTWEIGHT: Everything in this Gold Pan and Classifier Set will conveniently pack into nearly any backpack and unlike gold miners of the past you won't need a pack mule to haul your equipment in
The ASR Outdoor 22pc Complete Gold Prospecting Field and Storage Gold Panning Kit has everything one needs for gold panning, recovery, cleaning and storage, making it an accessible, yet comprehensive kit with an assortment of tools for beginners or experienced gold prospectors alike.
The complete gold prospecting field and storage kit includes the following equipment: one handheld shovel, one mini LED flashlight, magnifying tweezers, two snifter bottles, ten glass storage vials, one magnetic pick-up tool, one ceramic melting pot, one 1/8âclassifier sieve and two sifting pans, measuring 10â and 14â respectively.
Essential to a new hobbyist or seasoned gold prospector are reliable sifting pans and classifier screens. As mentioned above, this gold panning kit includes one screen and two sifting pans, both constructed from heavy-duty plastic. The two gold prospecting pans come in a deep green color to help better spot recovered gold flakes, nuggets, gems or other precious metals from a deposit. Furthermore, the classifier screen features 304-stainless steel mesh wire that is rust-resistant. Both products conveniently fit on the rim of a five gallon bucket for sorting or classifying as needed.
And, should you be so lucky to recover gold flakes or gold nuggets from your latest gold mining conquest, reach for the mini LED flashlight, magnifying tweezers, snifter bottles and glass vials; these tools have been thoughtfully selected to include in this gold panning field kit, to help and allow for easy and convenient onsite cleaning, examination and storage of your newly discovered minerals.
Good luck and happy prospecting â we hope you strike it rich!
MULTIPURPOSE TOOLS -- Many of the gold prospecting tools included in this beginner gold panning kit are multi-functional tools that can be used for a variety of other tasks such as the mini micro LED flashlight, the magnifier tweezers, the magnetic pick-up separator tool or the glass storage vials to name a few
ESSENTIAL GOLD PANNING TOOLS -- This collection of essential gold panning or gold prospecting tools will see you through many gold mining and mineral recovery seasons to come, and ensure you can efficiently and effectively organize, classify and store your recovered material
QUALITY MATERIALS -- All the equipment included in this complete gold panning field kit are made from quality material; from the high impact, durable plastic classifier screen and sand scoop, to the metal magnifying tweezers and sturdy flashlight, all the components will see you through many gold prospecting seasons to come
THE ASR OUTDOOR 22PC GOLD PANNING KIT INCLUDES: : one handheld shovel, one mini LED flashlight, one set of magnifying tweezers, two plastic snifter bottles, ten glass storage vials, one magnetic pick-up tool, one ceramic melting pot, one 1/8âclassifier sieve and two green riffled sifting pans, measuring 10â and 14â respectively
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