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Emerson Digital Coin Bank

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  • The auto count digital coin bank features a large capacity money jar with removable lid for easy access to your savings
  • Accepts all US circulated coins including pennies, nickels, dimes, quarters, half dollars, and silver dollars
  • Digital LCD automatically keeps track of savings
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  • Shipping Weight: 11.2 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • ASIN: B002AKHEJS
  • Item model number: 1625290
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #12,155 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
  • Average Customer Review: 2.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (84 customer reviews)
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Product Description

Watch your money grow with each deposit! Take the guess work out of coin counting with theEmerson Auto- Count Digital Coin Bank. With its custom coin deposit slot and large digital LCD screen, this clever bank automatically calculates a new total each time you add a coin, allowing you to watch and track your savings. Know exactly how much change is inside the money jar each and every time you insert a coin. Fun for both young and old, the bank is espcailly entertaining for kids, and a great way to teach them about money.

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Customer Reviews

Put a penny in and the counter says it's a quarter.
Michael P. Crowley
Very pleased with this bank, it counts accurately and the size is great.
Michelle Barrett
Not sure I'll bother with the hassle of returning it.
G. Patterson

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43 of 45 people found the following review helpful By julieMO on October 28, 2010
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I got this for my son and it works exactly as i expected. I read a few reviews before purchasing and was a little hesitant but went with my gut... I am glad I did. It is very easy to use. I don't see how your "fingers will hurt" it is very easy to push the coins in and it blinks for a few seconds so as long as you don't try to push more coins through until it is done blinking it will count every coin inserted. Also i saw another review saying it did not have a reset button.... did you look? there is one right beside the spot for the batteries and also after you unplug the batteries it will save your amount on the screen for enough time to put in new batteries, so that is a plus too! Great bank for kids and adults. My son loves it and it is teaching him what money is worth and the benifits of saving money.
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14 of 15 people found the following review helpful By Chris B. Miller on September 30, 2010
got this for Christmas last year. neat idea except that it doesn't count correctly. you press the coins thru a slot which measures the diameter of the coin. the concept is sound except that when you're putting the coins in one after another it messes up. I've seen quarters go thru as dimes, pennies as dimes, dimes as pennies but it never....ever messes up on nickels.
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22 of 27 people found the following review helpful By Samuel Chell HALL OF FAMETOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on January 5, 2011
Walk into a Sears store after Christmas and no doubt you'll see a pile of discounted items (gadgets, mostly), including this "Emerson Coin Bank." Even if (or perhaps, "especially if") you like to save up your pennies, resist the urge to put out the 5-10 bucks for this highly erratic gadget. It does pretty well by recognizing various denominations--penny, nickel, quarter, half-dollar, silver dollar--providing you insert the coin just right (decisively, without the least hesitation) and leave sufficient time between coins for the counter to reset. The problem is that once it misses--and it inevitably will--there's no way to adjust the counter to reflect the correct size of the coin that was entered, nor is there any way to adjust the total amount showing in the read-out display. (You may as well disregard the "instructions," which are of no help whatsoever.) Your only option at this juncture is to remove the 2 AAA batteries and allow the cover to sit for 30 minutes (the amount of time, according to the instructions, required to erase the memory of the display) and then to start all over again.

But hold on! You're still not out of the woods. During the first hour of trying to use this time-waster, I was able to get the counter back to zero as well as to receive correct readings of each individual coin entered. However, after each and every entry, the display simply refused to give me an indication of the accumulating total value of my collection. Instead, it unfailingly provided the same constant reading: "FULL."

If you'd like to think your savings account is full when you're down to your very last penny, then purchase this bank and dream on.
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Brenda S. Davis on February 12, 2010
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Of all the Christmas gift, this one was the best. I included for each of four grandchildren a bag of about $30 worth of coins. They put them in one by one, watched the counter, emptied the coin bank, and did it over and over. They loved their Emerson Digital Coin Banks!
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By michael on December 27, 2010
The product worked great for the first dollar of nickels and dimes. Put a quarter in and then it would not recognize dimes and occasionally recognized nickels. -Something wrong with the sliding mechanism that counts the change. I'm taking back and going to try a different coin bank altogether. This was a gift, but in my research of coin banks I would get one that has more features; i.e. withdraw/deduction.

So, I went to Fred Meyer and purchased a Totes Talking Digital Coin Jar (the one I got is not available on amazon.com, but other Totes coin jars are) - a million times the digital coin jar as the Emerson Digital Coin Bank!
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By C. Slasor on December 19, 2010
I got this as an "extra" Christmas gift for my Dad and I'm glad I tried it out before I gave it to him because it insisted on counting pennies as dimes. I finally gave up and will return it. It was only $6 but it's a total waste of money and I'd rather have that $6 to spend on something else.

If you want something like this, spend more and get one that works.
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11 of 15 people found the following review helpful By Jody on January 1, 2010
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This jar definitely counts change, and is a reasonable price, but be prepared for your fingers to hurt if you have a lot of change to put in it at once (say, transferring from another jar). The mechanism that checks the value of the coins based on size is a manual trigger you push the coins past, one at a time. The larger the coin, the harder it is to push. I had about $50 worth of coins that I did in one sitting my my hand hurt by the time I was done.

You're going to want to look for a higher end coin bank if you would like to be able to take coins out and still keep an accurate tab. There's no way to tell it you removed money.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By wayne21 on December 4, 2010
I bought this product today at Fred's for $ 5.00 and it did not count some of the coins that I put in it. If i had read the reviews on this product I would not have wasted my money on it in the first place. However it is a great product if you love wasting money. Anyway, DO NOT BUY THIS PRODUCT.
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