Gift House Int Digital UK Coin Counting Money Jar £4.44 delivered @ amazon (was £14.99) - HotUKDeals
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banned#1
Good spot just ordered one for the LO
#2
£3.99 in B&M...you have to visit a store though...so if you're lazy like me, Amazon posting is a good option...lol
#3
these are very solid and accurate. Great to put next to the door to empty your pocket.

thoroughly recommend them
#5
Robiow
these are very solid and accurate. Great to put next to the door to empty your pocket.

thoroughly recommend them


take it you are not married?
#6
have a live in girlfriend, and to be fair, she contributes the most into it!
#7
Robiow
these are very solid and accurate.


I must say I think the exact opposite! It can't recognise the correct coin a very large amount of the time, causing you to either try and make up the difference by not counting some coins, or start from the beginning. Having said that, it is actually kind of fun :oops:
#8
i got one from b&m too, £3.99. Doesnt deduct when you dip in!!!
#9
Abbielonglegs
i got one from b&m too, £3.99. Doesnt deduct when you dip in!!!


lol reminds me of Gordon Brown and the BoE
#10
I have had one of these for a while now & though it does not always count to the exact amount it gives you the incentive to keep going till its full...lol
#11
I have one of these and they are rubbish. The lcd display does not count the coins put through correctly. An expensive jam jar.
#12
Tdrtnlz
I must say I think the exact opposite! It can't recognise the correct coin a very large amount of the time, causing you to either try and make up the difference by not counting some coins, or start from the beginning. Having said that, it is actually kind of fun :oops:


+1 I retirned mine it was crap so was the replacement so got money back

voted hot on price but i would not buy one
#13
miles136;7994070
+1 I retirned mine it was crap so was the replacement so got money back

[COLOR=Red]voted hot on price but i would not buy one[/COLOR]


so basically you're voting a deal hot even though it's a rubbish item and bearing in mind a lot of HOTUK users just look at the temp to determine if its a good deal before they buy (not everyone wades through all the posts in a thread) so youre not really doing much in promoting bargains on here really....if you have experience of a deal AND its rubbish, you should really alert others...not make it hotter....;-)
#14
So i'm guessing if the battery goes dead then it loses the amount saved?
#15
Got my son one of these a while back - think he's quite enjoyed using it - better than having his change all over his room and definitely more fun than a jamjar! :)
#16
Tdrtnlz;7992811
I must say I think the exact opposite! It can't recognise the correct coin a very large amount of the time, causing you to either try and make up the difference by not counting some coins, or start from the beginning. Having said that, it is actually kind of fun :oops:

I've found as long as you push the coin in forcefully in one movement they are very accurate, if you go at it half heartedly or struggle with your grip then you get problems.
My 6 year old has very little problem, but my 4 year old is probably showing a couple of quid more then he's actually got, though if I notice he's done it wrong I unscrew the lid after and top it up (don't tell him, he'll start doing it on purpose!) :)
#17
Better deal in B&M!

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