366 days of caching - Geo-Achievement Award Coin and Pin set


366 days of caching - Geo-Achievement Award Coin and Pin set


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This elegant Geo-Achievement® coin and pin set is plated in durable polished nickel. It is perfect for awarding to your friends or family for their geocaching achievements. Use the included matching pin to wear at events or while geocaching to show off your cache finds achievement; go ahead, you earned it!

The design of this coin features images of all four seasons, a gear to represent the workings of a clock and the ticking of time, a four pointed star in the center to show what a great achievement this is, and a Swarovski gemstone in the center.

Collect the entire set and have all the icons show in your Geocaching.com trackables page.

  • One set includes one geocoin and one pin.
  • Coin measures 1.75" in diameter.
  • Pin measures 1" in diameter.
  • Both are plated in a durable polished nickel finish.
  • A Swarovski gemstone.
  • Translucent hard enamel colors on the front and solid hard enamel colors on the back.
  • Custom engraving area on the backside of the coin that fits up to 2 lines of text.
  • Trackable on Geocaching.com.
  • An icon specific to this coin will show in your Geocaching.com profile when you log the tracking number.

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5 out of 5, based on 3 reviews
Mighty minions from Central Coast on Oct 07, 2018
This was my reward to myself for completing my streak. I love the detail and the vibrant colours. great product . Thanks
Mike from Mandurah WA on Feb 10, 2014
Really nice coin, the colours and detail have been done really well.
Looking forward to taking it out of its box (properly) on the 20th Feb when we complete the 366 day calendar.
Ben from Ballarat on Apr 02, 2013
We are working on filling in out geocaching calender and this coin looked great on the website. It looks even better in person though! The detail is amazing and there is lots to look at in each season quadrant. We are sure to treasure it for many years. Even more so when we actually "earn" it!

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