100 finds - Geo-Achievement Award Coin and Pin set


100 finds - Geo-Achievement Award Coin and Pin set


This geocoin and pin set is a great way to celebrate that first big milestone in geocaching. Or give it as a gift to a geo-mate. Or keep it for yourself. Finished in hard enamel and Nickel - the coin itself measures about 4.5cm across.  It comes with a matching pin for you to wear with pride, or leave as swag in a cache somewhere! The coin has a blank area on the reverse so that you can have it engraved with the cacher's geo-name or message.

Fully trackable on Geocaching.com with it's own page of course - but I bet you don't send yours out into the wild. I wouldn't :-)

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5 out of 5, based on 8 reviews
Aaron from SA on May 27, 2019
Very happy with the purchase!
Bernie from Donald on Nov 07, 2015
Just love this one, got it to have a record of my hundredth find. Will have it engraved with the date and keep for my collection.
Kym's Adventure from NT on Sep 14, 2015
TFTC! I love it. This was a special treat for myself, I had it engraved with my geocache name and date of my 100th find. Love the feel of the coin & bonus pin (extra happy as I collect PINS from around the world).
Kathy from Sydney on Feb 02, 2015
I bought this for my sister's birthday and she loved it. It was presented very nicely and the medallion and pin looked like excellent quality.
Katie from Canada on Sep 24, 2014
Picked this up while visiting Melbourne. Coin is a beautiful design, and definitely one that is going into my collection. The only thing I would have liked is for the pin to also have the code.
Wendy from Quipolly on Aug 14, 2014
This is a really good quality geocoin
Mark Seberry from Margaret River on Feb 05, 2014
I got one of these for the SeabreezeOZ team years ago. Now that the kids have their own accounts Coco_01 and Charlie4, they will get one of their own.
Alan from Brisbane on Jun 05, 2013
This coin and pin set is beautiful and would make a GREAT gift for a caching friend or for yourself. I like mine so much I'm considering buying a second to have one to keep.

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