|Brand Name||Royal Sovereign|
|Item Weight||8.5 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||14 x 11 x 9 inches|
|Item model number||FS-4DA/BK|
|Manufacturer Part Number||RSVFS4DA|
FS-4DA Royal Sovereign Commercial Coin Sorter Counter
|Price:||$142.46 + $9.75 shipping|
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- Automated Operation - Coin tubes automatically move forward as they are filled, allowing easy removal of wrapped coins.
- Four Row Wrapper Capacity - Allows for increased speed and convenience.
- Extra Large Hopper Capacity - Hefty hopper capacity allows up to 800 coin to be inserted in the collection opening at once.
- Anti-Jam - Patented precise internal sorting automatically frees coins that are jammed. Also allows you to easily remove foreign items mistakenly dropped into the hopper.
- Digital Display - Digital readout displays both coin amounts and dollar values of sorted coins.
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Top Customer Reviews
Our old coin counter was constantly jamming and we wasted lots of time clearing it out.
We decided to go with the Royal Sovereign because it was fairly inexpensive and was on sale. WE'RE GLAD WE DID!
The thing has been nearly flawless in the 6 weeks or so that we've had it. It always counts correctly and with its multiple coin tubes it moves the next empty one into position so it can continue without haveing to "reload"
I had read mixed reviews about the Royal Sovereign product, some saying it is cheap since it is made in China. But then again, nowadays what isn't? Yes the product is made mostly if not all plastic. The internals appear to be made of metal.
Since I am only counting quarters, I can't comment on how well it handles sorting other coin values. I did throw in a couple of dimes and nickels just to see if it sorted them correctly and it did. I can say that rather than sorting and wrapping nearly 800 quarters by hand, it was accurately done without problems using the FS-4DA coin sorter.
While it does only hold 4 preformed paper wrappers per coin value, it is quite easy to take out the tubes that have already been filled while the remaining 1-2 tubes get filled by the machine. Then replace the tubes with empty wrappers, slide the tube holding tray back into the machine *gently* without turning the power off and hit 'Run' again. The LCD display picks up where you left off.
It seems there are other reviewers who have had issues with this model sorting different coins or non-US coins. This may very well be true, but if you are in the unique situation where you know there are only US coins to be sorted and you may only be sorting 1-2 types of different coins, this model does well.
As far as the function of it goes, it does a perfect job if you make sure not to load in any non-sortable coins into the hopper. For example, don't let any Susan B Anthony's or any dollar coins get into the hopper because they'll simply sit in the hopper and clink around until you turn the unit upside down and shake them out! In a future model, it'd be nice if they could incorporate a "non-sortable" stack for coins like that, but it is definitely not a deal breaker when it comes to choosing a unit. Comparable units are significantly more expensive, so I recommend this one all the way. Just be sure not to overload the hopper and it'll work perfectly!
now Im going to have to count the rolls by hand. I also have to check the rolls for too many or too little coins. I haven't seen much contamination (I did see one penny roll with a dime in it). But I have found a few penny rolls 1 penny short, which maybe in the grand scheme of things doesn't really matter, but I am counting change here. The Quaters sorted flawlessly, Dimes were next in terms of flawlessness, Nickles, had a few mishaps, and you know about the pennies. There is no Dollar coin slot which I kind of wish there were, but I only had 24 dollar coins so maybe it probably wouldn't have even filled up a sleeve. There is NO OVER FLOW basin. So when there is a Jam, you have to take the coins out open up the apparatus and take the jamming coin out. The Jams did not break the machine though which I imagine for the cheaper machines, might be the case. Anyways, I got my coins sorted, possibly over 1000$ worth (half a 5 gallon jug), although I don't really know because the thing reset!!! the last count I tallied totaled $884.89 then after the reset It counted $41)
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Don't waste you money it worked for 3 days and now it wont run at all its not worth the money at allPublished 21 months ago by Doug dowdy
Bought one and it quit counting pennies and eventually stopped after 6 weeks. Returned and got another. It stopped turning after 5 weeks. All it does is beep. Stay far away.Published on February 5, 2014 by J. Breithaupt
For the price I paid for this sorter, it jams a lot. not particularly pleased with it. other than that it's fine.Published on April 3, 2013 by msrt102
This machine can hardly be considered commercial grade. I ordered it for my small retail store, within a few months the sensors had stopped seeing everything except pennies. Read morePublished on January 23, 2013 by Andy Liberatoscioli
Machine easily jams and the count is never accurate. Conis do not always fall into the slots. I spent half of the time clearing and restarting.Published on January 18, 2013 by Steve Wall
Unit works great counting and sorting coins. You can only use the pre-formed wrappers in the coin tubes. Read morePublished on March 4, 2011 by J. Louis