Save Spend Share Piggy Bank for Kids - Clear Transparent Plastic Coin Banks for Boys & Girls - Teach Children About Giving & Saving Money - Block Banks by Maxwill
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|Item Dimensions LxWxH||3.5 x 3.5 x 11 inches|
|Item Weight||11 Ounces|
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- Helps Build Smart Money Habits- Bank Blocks are designed to help Lego loving kids develop long-term smart money habits and goal-setting skills.
- Encourages Saving & Charity - These plastic piggy banks for kids encourage saving, contribution, sharing and helping others.
- Teach Kids About Money - The save spend share bank system is designed to teach kids money management and budgeting in a fun way!
- Kids Can See Their Money Grow - Our colored transparent plastic coin banks let kids see their money grow over time.
- 100% Satisfaction Guarantee - The Bank Blocks coin bank for kids is backed by 100% satisfaction money-back guarantee.
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It's never too early to start teaching your kids important lessons about money management. With Bank Blocks your children will build the foundation for smart money habits.
Our colorful, transparent money banks allow kids to see their money grow over time. Bank Blocks can stack vertically for space savings or in other fun combinations. And it's perfect for any brick builders or block lovers!
Kids as early as 4 years old can start to learn about money, goal setting and contribution through the Save, Spend and Share system. Give your child the gift of smart money habits today!
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It's a bit tedious getting bills out of the small hole on the bottom. I wondered if the whole bottom panel of the bank was removable. I pulled on the bottom of one of the cubes, and the bottom did come off--but then wouldn't stay back on, oops, guess it was not designed to come off! I could have glued the bottom back on, but I liked the idea of having a the bottom pull off to make it easier to take out the money. I needed to add a little thickness and grippiness to the bottom panel so it would fit back in snugly. I cut some strips of clear duct tape and lined the sides of the bottom panel that I had pried out. Worked great! The bottom fit back onto the bank snugly and stayed on. Now if my son needs to count his money, I take off the plug on the bottom and hook my finger in to pull off the entire bottom panel. Easy to get all the money out at once. I made the change to all three blocks so that all are easy to open.
The bank is much improved with these tweaks of enlarging the coin slot and making the bottoms removable. (Try these tweaks at your own risk, they worked for me, but you could damage your bank. I happened to have clear duct tape on hand which was nice because the bank is so cute and I didn't want the tape to be noticeable. If you don't have clear duct tape, regular duct tape or another way to add some thickness/grippiness might work--possibly a thin bead of clear silicone caulk around the rim of the bottom and leave it to dry without putting the bottom back on.)
Update 11/8/17, the seller reached out to offer a refund on my purchase because of their 100% satisfaction guarantee, "We appreciate your honest feedback and we are taking steps to improve the product's future design." So 5 stars for customer service. I didn't write the review to complain but just to let others know how they might make the bank work better. If the company does improve the design by at least enlarging the coin slot on the top, this will be a 5-star bank.
Also, money will fill up quickly so expect to exchange small bills for larger ones frequently.
complaints: 1- difficult to get money out. You can open a small hole in the bottom of each box, and either try to shake the coins out, or stick a finger or two inside to try and grab the money (child-size fingers) Every week we do allowance, and he has to divide it into the 3 boxes, which usually means making change to put the right amount per box, and he can hunt around for a nickel or dime for a while before he can finally manage to grab it.
2- I don't like the color coding. red is spend?? green is save?? you guys got that backwards (think green go, red stop, not the other round)
pros- stack nice, look like legos, sturdy.