Digital Coin Counting Money Jar Reviews
Product Type: Star Case Novelty Toy
Description:Brand: Star Case
Newest Review: ... £15. The shop I bought it from was closing down and it only cost me £6. They are pretty expensive for what they are. It is ... more
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Customer Digital Coin Counting Money Jar Reviews (26)
by - written on 23/04/12 (Very useful, 63 readings)
My 8 year old son has a slight obsession with money and will be forever picking up pennies etc off the floor to add to his moneybox. For this reason his great grandma brought him a coin counting jar for Christmas. The jar base itself is made of clear plastic and does feel a bit cheap and flimsy. It comes with a silver, screw lid in which you have to insert 2x AA Batteries in order for the counter to work. The batteries are inserted in the underside of the lid. On the top of the lid is a digital counter which starts at 0.00 when the batteries are inserted. There is a good sized coin slot in the middle of the lid with a thick gold bar running ... Read the complete review
by - written on 11/04/11, updated on 11/04/11 (Very useful, 25 readings)
A little over a year ago I received one of these digital coin counting money jars from the boffer.co.uk website which has a different product on offer each day. I think it was as part of an offer whereby you got two surprise items for £12 around Christmas time. I was initially quite pleased with what I had received; it looked to be a useful receptacle to store all that annoying loose change that I often end up clearing out of my wallet into various places around my house with the added bonus of the product keeping track of how much I had saved! The product consists of a strong jar base made up of thick transparent plastic, which is nicely durable with a grey ... Read the complete review
by - written on 16/01/11 (Very useful, 67 readings)
I think at Christmas everyone gets a present that is a bit odd and a bit random, well this year that present for me and my fiancé was a Coin Counting Money Jar, something we had not asked for and something which I'm not too sure what we will do with. Anyway we thought as we had it we could give it a try, we do have a big bottle which we save pennies and 5p's in (rather than them being left laying around the house) we did think that if the jar worked maybe we could use it for that, then we would not have to sit and count them all. However after a trial run with the jar, it is now back in its box. The Money Counting Jar comes in a white square box, on the lid ... Read the complete review
by - written on 15/06/10 (Very useful, 99 readings)
I was given my Digital Coin Counting Money Jar by my sister, for a time they were available through the Avon catalogue and as she is a long time representative she ended up with a couple of freebies to use as demonstrators. Of course, the Avon brand is far more pushy than my dear old sister so she never got around to demonstrating the Jar to anyone - even so, managing to sell dozens of the gadgets. The Jar is basically a technologically advanced (to a degree) money box. Powered by 2 x AA batteries, you simply put your coins through the slot and the jar will recognise the denomination and keep a running total on the easy to read display. I find it ... Read the complete review
by - written on 26/12/08 (Very useful, 163 readings)
My partner is one of those men who ends up with pockets of loose change at the end of every day and dumps it in a heap on his bedside table. The mountain of coins had in fact become so large it was slipping onto the floor and getting coins stuck to your feet as you walk around isn't helpful. That's what prompted me to buy him one of these digital coin counting money jars for Xmas. The jar itself is quite large and made of plastic, it's about 20 cm tall and 10 cm wide so there's plenty of coin space in there. The lid is grey, has a digital display on it and a slot the coins must go through to be counted. On the reverse of the lid is the battery compartment ... Read the complete review
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