Cadbury's Chocolate Machine Money Box Reviews
Description:Brand: Humbrol / Cadbury's Original Chocolate Child's Vending Machine. Insert your 10p coin, which releases the locking mechanism, push the top chocolate down, and 'Hey Presto!' Your chocolate pops out at the bottom of the machine. The coins are collected in ... more
Newest Review: ... also fun for adults too) puts a 10 pence piece in the slot on the bottom right of the house, the price is marked clearly on ... more
Customer Cadbury's Chocolate Machine Money Box Reviews (9)
by - written on 30/06/10 (Very useful, 249 readings)
One of the best parts of having children is that you get to revisit your own childhood and buy toys that you either loved yourself or wished that you owned as a nipper. The Cadbury chocolate money box was one of the toys that I was desperate to own as a child, my best friend Paul had one and he used to let me put a two pence piece in the slot occasionally to release a mini chocolate, at other times he would be mean and not let me have one! I used to dream of having one of those magic money boxes of my very own but maybe I was a bad girl and that is why Santa never brought me one. The Cadbury chocolate box has changed since I was a kid and is no longer the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 30/03/09 (Very useful, 232 readings)
I remember getting one of these for Christmas when I was about 7 years old, and I had it for quite a while! I'm not sure how much it cost then but now you can find them for about £8.99 on Amazon. These machines are about 25cm's tall and around 10cm's wide. It has an age restriction for ages 36 months and up as it has detachable parts. The item itself is bright red. Its shaped like a tall thin house kind of with a chimney and a window which has a sticker there. At the bottom is a fireplace which the chocolates fall out of. This machine is for kids to be able to get a bit of chocolate while saving money at the same time. to the side of the fireplace there is a ... Read the complete review
by - written on 16/01/13 (Very useful, 199 readings)
I was looking for some stocking fillers for my daughters Christmas stocking, when suddenly I harked back to my childhood and thought about this item, The Cadburys Chocolate Money Box. I remember having one of these as a child and how much fun it was putting the money in the slot and getting out a miniature chocolate, I wondered if they still made these. A quick Google search later and I saw they had them for sale in Argos, I instantly rushed out and bought one. ==What is it?== The Caburys Chocolate Money Box is a red plastic chocolate dispenser that appears to be shaped like a house, complete with windows and a chimney. The user (I didn't say child, ... Read the complete review
by - written on 22/08/12 (Very useful, 263 readings)
When Father Christmas got my son one of these one Christmas he was delighted (yes it's that credit stealing man again) as he'd had his eye on one for ages. Having just looked on Amazon for the current price I'm surprised to see that they're made by Air Fix (Father Christmas must have just grabbed it without looking) so would therefore expect good quality, which it is- although doesn't seem as 'sturdy' as the one I had when I was little. The cost at the time of writing is an average of £10 including postage on Amazon, that's how much I paid for it a few years ago. The chocolate vending machine comes in well made red plastic, the design of which is ... Read the complete review
by superness11 - written on 07/12/11
As a self confessed chocoholic, for secret Santa last year I was brought the very cute Cadbury's miniature money box machine. Now, I had one of these when I was a little girl and loved it but I'm not really sure what happened to it. It seemed a lot sturdier when I was little although the design and shape has not really changed much! ==Description== The machine is red and shaped like a little house with a tall chimney. It is about 25cm tall and around 10 cm wide. It is cheap and plasticy and does not look very good quality, but it is cute nonetheless. At the bottom of the machine is a fireplace where the chocolates dispense out of. At the side of the ... Read the complete review
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