category-images

The Excitement of Geode Hunting at Home

Experience the excitement and mystery of Geode Hunting. Each set contains natural geodes that have never been opened. You will be the first to see what treasures lie within each geode. Geodes are round stones, usually hollow filled with crystals or layers of agate. Your "Break at Home" geode should have either quartz or calcite crystals inside.

To crack your geode, first place it inside an old sock. Lay sock on concrete floor or sidewalk, and lightly tap geode with hammer. Always have an adult help you.

Break-At-Home Geodes are not intended for children under 5 years old. (These instructions are provided on a card with each Geode set)

  1. Example of geodes broken open. Geodes will vary.
    Medium Break at Home Geodes

    5 Medium Size Natural Geodes
    1.5 to 2.25 inches
    Price $19.95
    Item #9202A


    15 Medium Size Natural Geodes
    1.5 to 2.25 inches
    Price $39.95
    Item #9202B


  2. Example of geodes broken open. Geodes will vary.
    X Large Break at Home Geodes

    5 XLarge Size Natural Geodes
    2.5 to 3.5 inches
    Price $36.95
    Item #9203A
    - In Stock

    15 XLarge Size Natural Geodes
    2.5 to 3.5 inches
    Price $79.95
    Item #9203B
    - In Stock

     

  3. Watch Video on Break at Home Geodes

  4. Example of Morrocan geodes. Geodes will vary.
    Moroccan Break at Home Geodes - Free Shipping

    5 -XLarge Size Moroccan Geodes
    3 to 5 inches
    Price $56.56 - Free Expedited Shipping
    Item #9204A
    In Stock

    15 XLarge Size Moroccan Geodes
    3 to 5 inches
    Price $127.26  - Free Ground Shipping

    Item #9204B
    In Stock

    Example when opened.

  5. Example of Morrocan geodes. Geodes will vary.
    Moroccan Break at Home Geodes Variety Pack

    6 Moroccan Geodes Variety Pack
    1 XXL - 4.5 to 10 Inch - Various Shapes
    5 Large - 3 to 5 inches
    Price $99.95 - Free Shipping
    Item #9204A
    In Stock - Limited Time

     

     

    Example of XXL when opened.

  6. Watch Video on Moroccan Geodes