Rockhound Emblem Heavy Duty Plastic Cup


Rockhound Emblem Heavy Duty Plastic Cup

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NV-00001004
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16 available
Weight
0.55 lbs
Retail Price
$10.00
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$9.00 (Save 10%)

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This sturdy, heavy duty plastic cup with the Rockhound Emblem makes a great gift for any rockhound (or yourself). The cup is similar in size and shape to the ceramic cup but isn't going to break when dropped! Plain white back on this mug. They're also available with the "I Love Rocks" emblem on the back.
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