Electronic Coin Sorter With Money Box for £11.99 + free delivery @ Play.Com
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Electronic Coin Sorter With Money Box for £11.99 + free delivery @ Play.Com

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Found 18th Dec 2012
Good buy if you keep a loose change jar at home. As a family we try to put our spare change into it then donate contents to charity. Only problem is its a nightmare to sort & count it. This makes things a lot easier!!!
This motorised coin sorter will sort out all of you loose change in a matter in minutes. It will stack all of you individual UK coins into neat individual tubes for each current coin in circulation (1p,2p,5p,10p,20p,50p, £1 & £2)

If you fill it up, you'll have saved the grand total of £113.

Just lift out the tubes to access your money.

Requires 3 x C Batteries (Not Supplied)
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nice..i like it
Don't buy it and you have instantly saved £11.99!
cdm22

Don't buy it and you have instantly saved £11.99!



Don't forget the cost of the batteries!

As a family we try to put our spare change into it then donate contents … As a family we try to put our spare change into it then donate contents to charity. Only problem is its a nightmare to sort & count it. This makes things a lot easier!!!



Sainsbury machines count it and donate to charity for you in one button press
I want one of those note counters that was in Scarface.
lianne21

Sainsbury machines count it and donate to charity for you in one button … Sainsbury machines count it and donate to charity for you in one button press



Sainsburys machines charge 8.9% to take your money off you. Complete rip off.
LammyTheLamster

Sainsburys machines charge 8.9% to take your money off you. Complete rip … Sainsburys machines charge 8.9% to take your money off you. Complete rip off.



Not if you donate to charity
if you have a small bag of change then try and chuck it all into the coin hole of the self service checkouts at your supermarket.
it counts it for you and you can usually get the weeks bread and milk for one bag of assorted change
If you give to charity, NO charity will ever turn money down if you walk into shop or put in charity collection pot. Save money and put in a glass jar
packard

If you give to charity, NO charity will ever turn money down if you walk … If you give to charity, NO charity will ever turn money down if you walk into shop or put in charity collection pot. Save money and put in a glass jar

We do it as a way of kids being able to see how what they would presume to be worthless small change can actually grow into something worth much more
Actually there is quite a lot of this coin sorter in HSBC branch if you wanna to play around. It's free and goes into your bank account on the same day
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