Gift House Int Digital UK Coin Counting Money Jar £3.75 delivered @ Amazon - HotUKDeals
We use cookie files to improve site functionality and personalisation. By continuing to use HotUKDeals, you accept our cookie and privacy policy.
Get the HotUKDeals app free at Google Play

Search Error

An error occurred when searching, please try again!

Login / Sign UpSubmit
231Expired

Gift House Int Digital UK Coin Counting Money Jar £3.75 delivered @ Amazon

£3.75 @ Amazon
The Digital Coin Counting Money Bank enables you to keep a digitalised eye on all that loose change of yours! Rather than just leaving it collecting dust at the bottom of your bag, why not get wise an… Read More
goonertillidie Avatar
[mod] 7y, 1m agoFound 7 years, 1 month ago
The Digital Coin Counting Money Bank enables you to keep a digitalised eye on all that loose change of yours! Rather than just leaving it collecting dust at the bottom of your bag, why not get wise and start saving it all up in your Digital Coin Counting Money Bank! Everyone hates breaking into a crisp new note and getting a fist full of change back, but with the Digital Coin Counting Money Bank, you'll love all those coins as you think of all the goodies you can buy with your savings! A digital read out ensures your less-than magic maths skills don't leave you out of pocket purchase a Digital Coin Counting Money Bank and make a big change to your finances!
More From Amazon:

All Comments

(33) Jump to unreadPost a comment
Comments/page:
#1
* Hand painted ceramic
* Drainage hole with bunge allows plants to be placed directly inside the cup
* Multiple uses a planter, fruit bowl, key jar, sweet container or just decoration.


Some description
[mod]#2
simplyjimbo
Some description


lol didnt even see that! edited :-D
banned#3
Sorry m8 but I can't see any use for this.
It counts what you put in it and then what?
You empty it out and.?????????
#4
its a money box that tells you how much you have... what do you want it to do? :)
#5
Pluun
Sorry m8 but I can't see any use for this.
It counts what you put in it and then what?
You empty it out and.?????????


and you count it to make sure nobody's been 'borrowing' any.:whistling:
#6
Great price for this delivered!!
#7
I actually have one of these and it doesnt always register the coins - we just chuck the coins in now

but still a fab price OP and heat added
#8
How much will it hold? :oops:
#9
i have one of these and it is nearly full and has over £40 in. fair enough the 1p's sometimes register as 5p's but it still good
#10
Pluun;8608671
Sorry m8 but I can't see any use for this.
It counts what you put in it and then what?
You empty it out and.?????????


What a stupid question!! It's a money box and it counts the coins for you, what else you do want a money box to do, sing and dance!!

Great gift for my Dad and it gets kinda good reviews on Amazon :)
#11
strocky
How much will it hold? :oops:


well that depends what mix of coins go in !!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Its actually quite a large jar - and last time we emptied ours there was well over £100 in it:thumbsup:
#12
How does it know what coin you put in?
[mod]#13
stphnstevey
How does it know what coin you put in?


its got 2 pins in the inside :thumbsup:
#14
stphnstevey;8608927
How does it know what coin you put in?

It has a spring mechanism that must measure the coin size.

I've been saving 20p's in mine since January and have just gone over £30 and its not even a 10th full.

Great little machine, and I've seen it as an incentive to save my 20's too.
[mod]#15
senwar
It has a spring mechanism that must measure the coin size.

I've been saving 20p's in mine since January and have just gone over £30 and its not even a 10th full.

Great little machine, and I've seen it as an incentive to save my 20's too.


:thumbsup:
banned#16
allanamia
What a stupid question!! It's a money box and it counts the coins for you, what else you do want a money box to do, sing and dance!!

Great gift for my Dad and it gets kinda good reviews on Amazon :)


No, it's not a stupid question.
It's a stupid gadget to amuse morons.
What do you do when you empty it?
If you want to put the money in a bank you have to seperate the coins AND COUNT THEM ALL AGAIN!.........MANUALLY!
If you used a jam jar you would have exactly the same thing to do but you would have £3.75 MORE!
The makers are taking the P!
#17
They also have similar at £2.50

Mod edit: Amazon marketplace link removed.
#18
My sons money box burps when you put coins in.
Now that's what I call usefull
#19
Pluun
No, it's not a stupid question.
It's a stupid gadget to amuse morons.
What do you do when you empty it?
If you want to put the money in a bank you have to seperate the coins AND COUNT THEM ALL AGAIN!.........MANUALLY!
If you used a jam jar you would have exactly the same thing to do but you would have £3.75 MORE!
The makers are taking the P!


when I put my coins in the bank i just go to my local hsbc and chuck it all in one of them coin machines that they have at supermarkets except it doesn't charge you, it just credits your bank account! :whistling:
#20
We got these in where I work - 120 of them. We sold 30-ish, all but one came back faulty. Eventually we sent them all back to the manufacturer for a refund.

Awful product.
#21
waste of money because these are not very accurate, i put in a £1 and it came up as 1p when i tested it at my fathers hardware store, looks good though. yes it is the same before you ask,
#22
£6.10 now
#23
Pluun;8608995
No, it's not a stupid question.
It's a stupid gadget to amuse morons.
What do you do when you empty it?
If you want to put the money in a bank you have to seperate the coins AND COUNT THEM ALL AGAIN!.........MANUALLY!
If you used a jam jar you would have exactly the same thing to do but you would have £3.75 MORE!
The makers are taking the P!


It's for someone who is saving up a specific amount. My 6 year old is saving up for a DSI - if it wasn't for this we'd be counting it up every few weeks to see how close he was to getting it.
He understands it - but I can see how it might confuse an older person :roll:.
#24
over £6 now :(
#25
Sounds a good buy for fathers day, it's now out of stock so hoping some come in before fathers day or it will have to be an IOU
#26
bo9dster007;8609316
over £6 now :(


No it's out of stock - so the page is offering you a market place alternative - you can still order the Amazon one if you are prepared to wait.

http://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/offer-listing/B001GV0P2A/ref=dp_olp_new?ie=UTF8&condition=new

Edit - Well you could for about 2 minutes.
#27
Just rechecked my amazon email definantly 3.75 to be charged, you need to go to new and used option and the amazon own one with free delivery is 3.75 and if does not work it will go back.
#28
I bought one of these from B&M they had loads at £3.99. I've been saving 50ps in mine and in a month I have saved £38.50, never had a problem with mine.
#29
Pluun
No, it's not a stupid question.
It's a stupid gadget to amuse morons.
What do you do when you empty it?
If you want to put the money in a bank you have to seperate the coins AND COUNT THEM ALL AGAIN!.........MANUALLY!
If you used a jam jar you would have exactly the same thing to do but you would have £3.75 MORE!
The makers are taking the P!


Gosh; you are an offensive little squirt, aren't you!!? Just because it's of no use to you doesn't mean anybody who does have a use for it is a moron. My father-in-law uses one to save a fund for my little boy. It is useful for keeping track of how much money you have been putting aside so you don't have to keep counting. It can be quite encouraging to see how much is building up in loose change and I would imagine it will be a fun incentive for my son to save too, when he is old enough to understand. As stated above, it is great if you are aiming to reach a target.

BTW, so far (since Christmas) it has yet to mis-count a coin. He just puts them in slowly.

It cost less than a fiver for God's sake.
banned#30
sofigonzalez
when I put my coins in the bank i just go to my local hsbc and chuck it all in one of them coin machines that they have at supermarkets except it doesn't charge you, it just credits your bank account! :whistling:


And this "Electronic jam jar" helps you by????
banned#31
r_holmes22
Gosh; you are an offensive little squirt, aren't you!!? Just because it's of no use to you doesn't mean anybody who does have a use for it is a moron. My father-in-law uses one to save a fund for my little boy. It is useful for keeping track of how much money you have been putting aside so you don't have to keep counting. It can be quite encouraging to see how much is building up in loose change and I would imagine it will be a fun incentive for my son to save too, when he is old enough to understand. As stated above, it is great if you are aiming to reach a target.

BTW, so far (since Christmas) it has yet to mis-count a coin. He just puts them in slowly.

It cost less than a fiver for God's sake.


How come the person who said I was asking a stupid question isn't what you called me?
I was being polite uptil then or are you so mind boggled by watching a digit roll up when you put a coin in a glorified jam jar that you didn't notice? (White man's magic, Kemo Saby)
And judging by the posts on here it is of no use to most people due to inacuracy!

"Nikum wackum binary!"
suspended#32
Pluun
Sorry m8 but I can't see any use for this.
It counts what you put in it and then what?
You empty it out and.?????????


[SIZE="4"]Then turns into this... [/SIZE]


http://media.techeblog.com/images/housework_1.jpg
#33
Pluun;8608995
It's a stupid gadget to amuse morons.

Don't talk stupid

Talk about going OTT. If you don't like it, fair do's but for god sake don't start making unnecessary comments like above.

Post a Comment

You don't need an account to leave a comment. Just enter your email address. We'll keep it private.

...OR log in with your social account

...OR comment using your social account

Top of Page
Thanks for your comment! Keep it up!
We just need to have a quick look and it will be live soon.
The community is happy to hear your opinion! Keep contributing!