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Royal Sovereign 4-Row Digital Automatic Electronic Coin Sorter (FS-4000)

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  • The Royal Sovereign FS-4000 automatic 4-row digital coin sorter quickly and accurately sorts 312 coins per minute.
  • Coin tubes automatically adjust to fill the next empty tube allowing for hands-free operation.
  • The collection opening holds up to 600 coins. Anti-jamming device allows coins to be sorted accurately.
  • The LCD display shows the amount and dollar value of the coins sorted.
  • Easily open cover to remove unsortable coins. Coin tubes and starter coin wrappers included.
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Royal Sovereign 4-Row Digital Automatic Electronic Coin Sorter

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Technical Details
Brand NameRoyal Sovereign
Item Weight7.5 pounds
Product Dimensions11.8 x 7.2 x 10.2 inches
Item model numberFS-4000
ColorGrey
Number of Items1
Manufacturer Part NumberFS-4000
  
Additional Information
ASINB001PV5L48
Best Sellers Rank #42,971 in Office Products (See top 100)
Shipping Weight8.6 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
Domestic Shipping Item can be shipped within U.S.
International Shipping This item can be shipped to select countries outside of the U.S. Learn More
Date First AvailableApril 18, 2006
  
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20 of 20 people found the following review helpful By Daniel Joyner on February 22, 2010
Its ok. for the amount that I paid for it ($100, the retail is like $275 so I THOUGHT I got a deal) I wish it worked better. It Jams, but I couldnt blame the machine itself. There were some pennies that were stuck together for some reason. But there were times were I would walk away, and come back to find pennies all over the place, like the machine had some difficulty sorting them, but they slipped though the "gate" and just started "spilling" out. So I had to clean that mess up a few times. Also the thing just reset to zero without me touching it. I was sorting a lot of coins, and I dont know if it got to 999.99 or what, but next thing I know the thing stops and the counts are all zero, and there is nothing in the total tally. So that was annoying. The whole reason I spent that much was to count my money
now Im going to have to count the rolls by hand. I also have to check the rolls for too many or too little coins. I haven't seen much contamination (I did see one penny roll with a dime in it). But I have found a few penny rolls 1 penny short, which maybe in the grand scheme of things doesn't really matter, but I am counting change here. The Quaters sorted flawlessly, Dimes were next in terms of flawlessness, Nickles, had a few mishaps, and you know about the pennies. There is no Dollar coin slot which I kind of wish there were, but I only had 24 dollar coins so maybe it probably wouldn't have even filled up a sleeve. There is NO OVER FLOW basin. So when there is a Jam, you have to take the coins out open up the apparatus and take the jamming coin out. The Jams did not break the machine though which I imagine for the cheaper machines, might be the case. Anyways, I got my coins sorted, possibly over 1000$ 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)
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17 of 17 people found the following review helpful By Brock Roshon on November 13, 2010
A couple of years ago, my "late" grandma started giving me her change after she came home from someplace where she bought something. My mom found out one day and she started doing the same. It was at that time I decided I needed a coin sorter but the only thing I could find at that time were digital change jars, so at that time I bought 4 to separate my Pennies, Nickels, Dimes, and Quarters.

Earlier this year I found a coin sorter similar to this one but it was expensive, so I waited to see what else I could find if anything.

I was about to buy the expensive coin sorter when I found this one. I like several things about this coin sorter. I like that its electric and not battery powered, that you can see how many of each coins you have in their slots, that when one of the trays is full the machine stops, moves to the next empty slot and starts up again, and that it come with pre-formed wrappers in the box.
I would recommend this product for anyone whose hobby is collecting and wrapping change.
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By cope's stuff on October 10, 2010
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Did not work very long before breaking (won't count quarters anymore). Cost to repair is almost as much as cost to replace. I would not buy again, or recommend to anyone else.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By P. Dunlap on January 2, 2011
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This was my husband's Christmas present. I thought I had found the perfect gift! He spent 2 or 3 hours trying to wrap coins. It jammed so much that he spent more time unjamming it than he spent wrapping coins. It is very difficult to get the coins out once it has jammed. We packed it up the same day to send it back. I wound up buying hand sorting trays and wrappers for much less money. It was actually faster and less aggravating to wrap the change this way than to keep unjamming the electronic sorter. How much does one have to pay for a sorter to actually have it work? I would have thought that $140 for an electric coin sorter should have been enough. This thing retails for about $300. I am glad I do not have a vending machine business!
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By King's Vault on February 17, 2013
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This is not by any means an Industrial coin sorter, but it helps a growing business like my own with counting the thousands of quarters involved.

The machine has four rows for each denomination of Pennies, Nickels, Dimes, and Quarters. Each column of Pennies holds fifty cents, each column of Nickels holds two dollars, each column of Dimes holds five dollars, and each column of Quarters holds ten dollars. You feed your spare change through the top of the machine, and the sorter churns the coins like a washing machine. The feature I absolutely loved on this coin sorter was that when each tube gets full, it automatically gets pushed forward out of the machine on a little belt. I've used my fair share of other coin sorters, and this would probably be in my top five coin sorters. This machine is not for a rapidly growing business, or a large scale operation, it is best used with a micro business. Speed is definitely an issue with this machine, it is not very fast at counting, but it is extremely accurate, and the features with its automatic tubes make it my choice as a decent coin sorter.

If you're asking if the price is justified for the machine, the answer is no. This machine has a rather high price for what it can accomplish. There are other machines that can handle larger quantities of coins at one time, and can count them faster. As for how accurate those counts will be is anyone's guess. I bought my Royal Sovereign 4-Row Digital Automatic Electronic Coin Sorter for accuracy and ease of use.
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