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Digital Coin Counting Money Jar. Not Your Average Loose Change Jar.


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  • Great for Kids, home, office & even your Grandpa or Grandma
  • Ingenious model electronically counts every coin as it slips thru the slot
  • Sums up your total deposits and displays them on easy to read LCD Screen


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Technical Details
Brand NameAs Seen On TV
Item Weight1.7 pounds
Product Dimensions9.7 x 6.3 x 5.3 inches
  
Additional Information
ASINB000QHRG22
Best Sellers Rank #59,982 in Office Products (See top 100)
Shipping Weight1.7 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
Date First AvailableMay 11, 2007
  
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Product Description

Looking for a smart coin money jar? You found it. Not Your Average Loose Change Jar. This ingenious model electronically counts every coin as it slips thru the slot. Then, sums up your total deposits and siplays them on easy to read LCD Screen. This Digital Money Counting Jar revolutionizes the practice of collecting loose change! No longer will it gather dust in unknown quantities in your old pedestrian Mason jar, waiting in vain for you to take it to the bank. Now it gets counted as you put it in! Keep a running tally of your savings with the special LCD display built in to the lid. Adds your coins as you drop them in. LCD display with running total. Seeing the total rise encourages children to save their money. 8.45H x 5.25" dia. Coins not included. Requires 2 AA batteries (not included). A super cool high tech coin jar. Watch your money grow as you put your change in your special change jar. It counts every coin you put in. This is the ultimate in hi-tech piggy banks! Slip your change through the coin slot and this jar electronically counts every coin, summing up the total deposit and displaying the results on an easy-to-read LCD display.

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Customer Reviews

Will have to return and get something better.
KFS-RN
I was not happy about that after spending the time and not knowing exactly how much money was in there!
free-gone
I'm still using it for storage, but I could have saved my money and used a cereal bowl.
Jon A

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

36 of 38 people found the following review helpful By T. Nalle on October 17, 2007
I love this product. I initially bought one for myself and my 13 year old son. The intent was to save coins all year and cash in at year end and slurge on something for ourselves. My husband saw the technology and wanted one too. Great product. Accurate coin counting system!
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21 of 21 people found the following review helpful By Andy G. on December 8, 2007
This bank is very well made - the display is large, clear, high contrast, and viewable from any angle. You have to give the coins a firm push, but the mechanism feels nice and solid. After you insert each coin the display briefly flashes the value of the coin you just inserted, then returns to displaying the sum. The lid and jar are rugged and well made. I tested a number of coins - $1s, quarter, pennies, nickels, dimes and all were counted correctly. Uses 2 AA batteries, not included. The underside of the lid has a reset button and battery compartment. It takes a small screwdriver to change the batteries. I gave this as a present, and included batteries and some coins to top off the gift.
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13 of 16 people found the following review helpful By free-gone on January 8, 2008
I got this for Xmas and I was amped about using it. At first it was fine putting a few coins in it a day. Then I wanted to count all the change I've saved over the years, and noticed that it would miss counting some of the coins I inserted, even at a slow pace. Ok, that was an easy problem to deal with... So I had about $110 of coins counted and it was almost full. While adding more coins to it, I looked again after a few minutes, and it read $4.27! I was not happy about that after spending the time and not knowing exactly how much money was in there! So maybe I have a defective one, but I am looking for another one right now, and seeing that for a few dollars more, I can get one that counts & sorts too, I think I'll go with my other options. Good luck to you all!
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Blasa Dela Rosa on September 8, 2008
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this item worked very well up to a certain point. It counted my change, coin by coin, however, after a while, I had to slip many coins back through the slit because they were not counted the first time. Maybe I've overworked the money jar because I was trying to count up to $600.00 in one day. (I do have a life;because I have a large amount of coins, I was just trying to get this tedious task over and done with. thank you). After a while dimes were not counted at all and pennies were counted as dimes.
Apparently, the money jar works well with a smaller amount of coins and even then, I believe it would probably malfunction after a length of time. I noticed in other reviews there were problems with the money jar with less coins. But after a while I was able to count all quarters and nickles. In the future, if I find myself accummulating this amount of change again, I'll probably invest in one of the high end models or just take the coins to a bank.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Linda M. Blackwell on January 22, 2008
This jar ia a convenient way to store loose change and actually know how much you have in it. It is a neat way to see how quickly it adds up. It would be great to use with kids if they are saving for a particular item or goal.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Nancy J. Faria on January 7, 2008
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I ordered this product for myself. The count and reading is accurate. I like the size of the jar itself. I would recommend it for adults and kids. It is a great savings bank!
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Mikana on March 9, 2012
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This money jar is just a normal looking one, it's good quality and sturdy. I also got it in time and in original packaging.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Jon A on November 24, 2009
It's not flashy...looks simple, like it would do the simple job of counting coins one by one, right? After about a month or two it stopped working correctly. As someone said in another review..it misses counting some of the coins. When you put in a coin...it will blink the amount you put in (put in a quarter, it blinks $0.25), and then displays the total again. After about two months of use (only putting in about $40) it would frequently miss counting a coin, and just display the total even though I put two quarters in. I'm still using it for storage, but I could have saved my money and used a cereal bowl. Do yourself a favor, spend a little extra if you really want a quality coin counter. I'd recommend Sam's Club, they have some great counters very reasonably priced.
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