|Brand Name||Royal Sovereign|
|Item Weight||2.86 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||7.1 x 9.2 x 8.1 inches|
|Item model number||QS-1|
|Number of Items||1|
|Manufacturer Part Number||QS-1|
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Royal Sovereign Manual Coin Sorter, 1 Row of Coin Counting, Black (QS-1)
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- Eco-Friendly- No electricty or batteries required for coin sorting
- Large Capacity: Coin Counter can hold up to 200 coins for consumer counting convenience
- Compact & Portable: Lightweight design for easy mobility
- Fun Coin Sorting: Manual Hand Crank is simple for any consumer. Plastic coin tubes are removable, making it easy to pull out coin-filled wrappers to be rolled and crimped.
- Effortless Wrapping: Straight to coin wrapper feature allows the consumer to insert preformed coin wrappers into the coin tubes
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Manual Coin Sorter by Royal Sovereign
The Royal Sovereign QS-1 manual coin sorter is a coin sorting solution for homes and businesses. The manual hand crank makes sorting easy and fun without the use of batteries or electricity. The QS-1 easily sorts quarters, dimes, nickels, and pennies by the turn of a crank and safely deposits your change into wrappers. The QS-1 is a light-weight, yet sturdy, design that is portable and storage friendly.
Large Coin Hopper
Convenient coin hopper holds over 200 coins. Supports the use of pennies, nickels, dimes, and quarters.
Manual Hand Crank
Coin sorter utilizes a smooth operating hand crank. No batteries or electricity required.
Labeled Coin Display
Clearly marked label informs the user where to place specific coin denomination wrappers and tubes.
The lightweight, compact design and closing front compartment allow for quick and easy transportation.
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The Royal Sovereign QS-1 manual coin sorter is a coin sorting solution for homes and businesses. The manual hand crack makes sorting easy and fun without the use of batteries or electricity. The QS-1 easily sorts quarters, dimes, nickels, and pennies by the turn of a crank and safely deposits your change into wrappers. The large collection opening holds up to 200 coins making it easier to sort coins accurately and in a timely manner. It comes with a manufacturers 1 year warranty. The large coin hopper can hold up to 200 coins at a time. Simply dump your pile of loose changes that you’ve pushing off into the large opening and crank away. The QS-1 has one row of coins per coin denomation. The QS-1 can sort approximately up to 156 coins per minute. Weighing in under 3 pounds, the QS-1 light weight, yet sturdy, design makes it portable and storage friendly. The manual hand crank can be conveniently removed for storing or traveling and easily screwed back on when needed.
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|Item Dimensions||7.09 x 9.17 x 8.11 in||7.2 x 9.69 x 9.02 in||14.96 x 9.02 x 11.73 in||8.4 x 7.1 x 9 in||10.8 x 11.2 x 10.2 in||5 x 0.2 x 3 in|
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I know QUITE a few impatient people who would likely take this thing out of the box, totally ignore the instructions and start cranking away, and rather forcibly if or when something got stuck, to the point of breaking the thing. And given that it IS plastic, I imagine it wouldn't take too much effort to break it with enough applied force.
As you'll see in the video, the thing works fine for me. It nicely:
- Sorts my assorted coins rather easily and quickly
- Groups them in usable stacks
- Let's me remove the plastic tubes they're stacked in to pour in paper coin wrappers
What it DOESN'T do as well is clearly mark or count the amount of coins that are deposited into the plastic collection tubes. So far it's been hit or miss whether I had the exact amount of coins for each wrapper, based on the tube appearing to be full. Older pennies appear to be a little thinner than newer ones, so 50 older pennies fill to a slightly different level than 50 brand new pennies in the plastic tube.
If I had a business where I was working with small coin change a LOT, I would sink more money into a product that counted and dependably organized the coins to the paper wrappers (assuming I needed them bundled that way to turn into a bank), but given I'm just counting loose change collected around the house, this thing works fine.
So, I'm happy with the product, though there is room for improvement, and therefore the 4-star rating. Hopefully the video gives you a better idea how it operates and better helps you decide if it's worth the purchase. For me it was, especially for the price.
The review by wadrad and the video he posted pretty much says it all.
The major flaw to the thing is the cover. If you were able to get the clear version the problem is not as bad since you can see if a coin is standing on edge and wack the thing to get it to sit flat and get counted, with the black one you can't see inside the thing. You have no idea if a coin is standing on edge and not getting counted or if there is some non-coin stuck in the thing.
The other problem with the cover is once you feed something into it, the funnel that's molded into the top of it keeps you from getting something like a paperclip or anything else that go stuck in out of it. You have to take the cover off to recover whatever is stuck inside.
My solution for this was to pull out my Dremel tool and cut the stupid funnel out. I can see the mechanism working now and can easily get anything stuck inside out. When the thing jams or a coin is rolling on edge I can also just stick a finger in it and shuffle the coins around to clear the jam. Without the funnel you have to be careful to not overload the hopper, it will jam if you put too many coins in it, but the advantages of not having it easily out weigh problems it causes.
Royal Sovereign really should look at finding a way to let the customer have access to the insides of the thing without having to take it apart or cut up the case. It really does solve almost all the big problems with the thing.
We ended up spending about 4 hours total and with $600 in change rolled up. Granted, I might only use this machine every year or so but I saved 40 bucks over the CoinStar fee already.
Ok now for the real review; A few reviewers stated that the coins would jam up in the hopper, They have redone the hopper so he coins slide into the sorter better. But it will jam-up if you fill the hopper full. I seemed to me it's works better if you just add a handful at a time the weight of the coins seemed to be a problem when the hopper was full. Turning the handle slowly also prevented jams. I also checked the count right away on all coins they were right on, when it fills up the next coin slides off the top into the tray. Stop turning put the coins into a roll, add another hand full keep turning slowly.
The only down side to using a counter is that you don't actually see the coins to check the dates.