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Zillionz Electronic Money Jar
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- A super cool high tech coin jar.
- Watch your money grow!
- Shows kids a fun way to save.
- Features coin recognition technology
- Recommended Age Range 5+
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Kids will love saving their allowance in this—and will learn how pennies add up over time. Each time a coin is dropped through the slot in the screw-off lid, a digital readout automatically adds it to the jar's total. A great teaching toy and perfect when given with a few coins to get their savings started. Imported.
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Watch your money grow as you put your change in your special change jar. It counts every coin you put in and keeps a running total so you will know how much you have at any time.
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My son LOVES to count money, like so many other kids do. We had a large amount of change, and he started putting the money in, but before he'd gotten very far, one quarter went in half way, he took it out and then there was the question (if you aren't watching the digital display) - did it count or not?
And what happens when you remove money? My son took some out this morning - I don't know of a way to subtract.
The jar is hard plastic; the LED stays lit - not sure how long the batteries will last. It's good to know how much change we have, but in the future I might look into a money jar with more features.
and couldn't find a way to update it . . .
not one hour after reviewing it, my daughter called to tell me something she discovered . . .
coins are a little hard to insert (which is good) but she discovered that if a coin is only partially insterted, it counts odd as it counts by the width of the coin . . . so if a quarter is partially inserted, the amount is defined by how much of the coin was inserted before it counts.
Still love it and would buy more for other people and am going to buy one for me and only hope it works as well!