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PM Company Color-Coded Coin Counting Tube for Pennies Through Quarters (05032)

4.5 out of 5 stars 199 customer reviews
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  • Four color-coded tubes (ABA colors) for pennies through quarters. (Coin wrappers sold separately.).
  • Insert wrapper, invert and coins are counted and wrapped in one exact roll.
  • Simply drop coins into tube until excess spills from slot.
  • Color-coded coin tubes (ABA - Federal Reserve Colors to match wrappers)
  • Easy to load.
  • Set-up requires little effort.
  • Color-coded coin tubes.
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PM Company # 05032 - Coin Counting Tubes - Makes rolling coins so much easier. One tube for each penny, nickels, dimes and quarters (Coin wrappers sold separately).

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Brand Name PM Company
Item Weight 6.4 ounces
Product Dimensions 3.7 x 4.3 x 6.1 inches
Item model number 05032
Color Blue;Green;Orange;Red
Material Type Plastic
Number of Items 1
Manufacturer Part Number 05032

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ASIN B000RX0W3K
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4.5 out of 5 stars 199 customer reviews

4.5 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #21,240 in Office Products (See top 100)
#18 in Office Products > Office Supplies > Forms, Recordkeeping & Money Handling > Money Handling Products > Coin Counters & Sorters
Shipping Weight 4.8 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
Date First Available November 14, 2006

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These counting tubes work great. It takes all the work out of rolling coins. I had 45 years of pennies saved, more than 90 pounds. I culled them for Wheat pennies and separated them into Copper & Zink. Then the chore of wrapping them. I bought these coin counting tubes and used coin wrappers from the bank. It was a breeze! I am so amazed, I made a demonstration video on you tube. You can see it here: [...]
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I just finished rolling up $1,710 worth of quarters, and short of having it done by a machine, or by somebody else, it could hardly have been easier.

These are very well designed... from the funnel, to the slot where excess coins fall from, to the large finger-hole at the bottom which makes it easy to straighten out coin jams. They have a quality feel to them, and will obviously last for a long time. Even the box is sturdy, which is nice as these will spend most of the time in storage.

It's the perfect tool for the job, and turned a potential nightmare into something that was actually pleasant to do.
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The product is an easy to use cost effective gadget to quickly roll coins. The paper wrapers are easily inserted to the tubes and finishing the rolling can not be simpler. It is so easy that my 2-1/2 year old helped me roll over $700 in coins. The fill slot makes it easy to ensure you have the right number of coins prior to packaging. For sorting coins, I simply used four containers to separate the different denominations and then quickly filled the tube and wrapped each type. This is probably the best buy for the value I had on Amazon. If you have a lot of coins to wrap and are in a rush, this may not be the best solution for you. The total time to it took me and my dayghter separate and wrap our coins was about two hours. Id I would have went to the "change" exchanger at the super market, it would've taken me about that long and cost me double of what this product and the wrappers.
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I used to work in the Accounting Department of a large Hobby Store and we would always use our beat-up coin counters to balance the registers and books for the day. For those visual buyers, the set is color-coded according to the following coins: Quarter (orange), Dime (green), Nickel (blue), and Penny (red). To use, simply line the edge of the lip of each counter to the edge of your table and slide the coins in (either counting as you slide the coins into the counter or making a pile before this happens. When you have finished sliding $10.00 worth of quarters, $5.00 worth of dimes, $2.00 worth of nickels, or $0.50 of pennies, insert the corresponding coin wrapper into the top opening of the counter, pressing it down and inch or so, place your finger in the top of the coins, flip the counter upside down and slowly lower your finger so the coins follow into the wrapper. Once that is complete, remove the coin counter and fold both sides of the wrapper to securely hold the coins. NOTE: The metals of the coins will scratch soft surfaces (i.e. wooden tables), remember to place a plastic placemat on top of the surface you are working on to protect it from scratches.
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This is NOT a sorter. It is, however, a very clever and inexpensive way to count coins for bundle wrapping. Had some left over quarters from collecting the fifty states. Bank would not count but would accept the wrapped bundles. By the way, if you ask the bank will give you all the wrappers you could want. This item niftily counts the correct amount of coins, accepts the wrapper tube, and then all you have to do is turn it upside down and tamp the loose edges of the wrapped coins. Really nifty.
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after hunting for something better than the coin machine that I used in the past I tried this set up and I must say it works great!!
I read the reviews which are very important to me. I rolled $16.00 in pennies in 20 minutes. do buy the preformed wrappers
to roll the coins with. Very happy with purchase.
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I use it to count all the coins in my shop. I hope the manufacturer can put labels on all the tubes to specify the quarters, dimes, etc and total amount when it's full. In that way, you don't need to memorize which color is for which coin.
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The penny tube it one penny to short of the slot to put pennies in... but now that I know this it is fine. The reason I still give it 5 stars is because all pennies are different sizes... When all 2010 pennies in the holder it held 50 perfectly. But, when I put mixed years (50) the outcome would either be one short of the line one above the line or perfect.
All other coin denominations are perfects
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