Lyman® Turbo 1200 Pro Tumbler
The Lyman® Turbo 1200 PRO Tumbler is a great value for reloaders! This best-selling tumbler features a built-in sifter lid for quick and easy media separation. It holds up to two lbs. of media and cleans up to 350 cases per cycle.
Manufacturer model #: 7631318.
Rated 4.4 out of 5 by 15 reviewers.
Rated 4 out of 5 by possom813 Overall, pretty decent for the price I bought this to upgrade from my oversized, homebuilt tumbler. It works well for it's design. When tumbling my once-fired brass, I use just plain old walnut media, for the dirty range brass, I use porcelain first, then clean out the tumbler and re-run the brass with the walnut to get a nice looking piece of brass. My only real complaint is the slotted top, too much dust escapes, and when using indoors, it makes a haze in whatever room it's in. I remedied this by taking an old bedsheet and and cutting a piece large enough to lay over the top, slitting a small hole to go over the center shaft and it keeps the dust down. It is a noisy machine, but not any noiser than any other tumbler I've used. This is a great machine for the price, and it does exactly what it supposed to. March 5, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by winch shine your brass This tumbler is great at shinning up your brass before reloading. Price can't be beat. February 26, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Chuckarkiller great buy for the price Does the job perfectly. I loaded it with 300 38 and 357 cases and they were polished to a bright finish in 30 minutes. A great product for the small time re- loader. June 25, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by AaronSC Great product and value. This is a very good value for a recreational shooter and reloader. It works great, holds plenty of cases for the average shooter (350 .38 special - 150 30-06) and is easy to use. Uses a 2 llb media charge. May 18, 2012
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A:No, you have to unplug it, or use a power strip.
A:No. Plugging it in is your on/off switch.
A:no, just plug it in after you load it.
A:NO, there is no on off switch but the cord is only 4' long.
A:No, not a their March 2012 production model.
A:no it does not have a switch. that is good and bad. not an extra part to possible break, and its not bad to plug in.
A:Make sure and use a grounded three-prong outlet to prevent possible electric shock. This is not a on/off switch.
A:No. Just plug it in when you want to turn it on and unplug it when finished.
A:If it has not changed mine has the switch in line on the coard
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