Unleash your inner chemist with this awesome 4M Crystal Growing Kit!

Crystals are fascinating, rare and beautiful. Children and adults alike will enjoy experiencing the wonder of growing crystals and seeing the amazing shapes they can take.

This kit has everything to teach you how to grow crystals in a fun and safe way.

Produce your totally unique, cool crystal collection and show them off in specially designed display cases.

Estimated Crystal Growing Sizes:

The large-sized crystal will grow to approx. 5cm (2 inches) in diameter and 4cm (1.5 inches) high.

The medium-sized crystal will grow to approx. 3cm (1.2 inches) in diameter and 2.5cm (1 inch) high. 

The small-sized crystal will grow to approx. 2.5cm (1 inch) in diameter and 2cm (0.8 inch) high.

However, the size, shape and colour may vary, depending on the experimental conditions.

What's Included:

  • 3 x large bags containing a white crystal compound (a base compound called mono ammonium phosphate)
  • 3 x small bags containing seeding mixture
  • 1 x large display base with hexagonal transparent cover
  • 2 x medium display bases with hexagonal transparent covers
  • 4 x small display bases with hexagonal transparent covers
  • 1 x stirring spoon
  • 1 x large ring-shaped template
  • 2 x medium ring-shaped templates
  • 4 x small ring-shaped templates
  • Detailed instruction sheet

Box Dimensions: 24cm x 22cm x 8cm

Fun for ages 10 and up!

Introduce the wonder of growing sparkling crystals into a cool crystal collection for someone special today!


Barcode # 4893156039156
Brand 4M
Shipping Weight 0.7000kg
Related Categories Chemistry Gifts Geology Gifts Stem Gifts Science Gifts for 10 Year Olds

4M Crystal Growing Kit Large Reviews

Great value

By: Veronica W on 9 October 2018
Great value for money. Would purchase these again.

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