Electronic Money Counting Jar £5 was £14.99 - good stocking filler! Play.com plus Topcashback too!
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Electronic Money Counting Jar £5 was £14.99 - good stocking filler! Play.com plus Topcashback too!

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Found 9th Dec 2009
This ingenious device electronically counts your coins as you save! The quality LCD displays a running total of all the coins you deposit.

Manufactured to a very high standard, the Counting Money Jar is strong and resilient, a great place for all that loose change or to save for something special.


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9 Comments

I had one of these and sent it back. It was rubbish. It kept getting the coins wrong when you put them in so wasn't adding it up properly and you can't adjust the total you have to empty it all out and start again.

DO NOT BUY ONE OF THESE THEY ARE A LOAD OF RUBBISH AS PER PREVIOUS COMMENT!

The testing on these must not have existed! They just don't work! And how the makers can justify a RRP of £19.99 is beyond me!

Missed out when it was £5 last time so have ordered one as a stocking filler now. Read the reviews and quite a lot of people recommended it, although there were a few complaints. ;-)

Bought 2 last week - one DOA, the other is OK as long as you push coin in with a smooth action - any wiggling around and it gets confused!

debbielon;7171358

I had one of these and sent it back. It was rubbish. It kept getting the … I had one of these and sent it back. It was rubbish. It kept getting the coins wrong when you put them in so wasn't adding it up properly and you can't adjust the total you have to empty it all out and start again.



timhill3;7171569

DO NOT BUY ONE OF THESE THEY ARE A LOAD OF RUBBISH AS PER PREVIOUS … DO NOT BUY ONE OF THESE THEY ARE A LOAD OF RUBBISH AS PER PREVIOUS COMMENT!The testing on these must not have existed! They just don't work! And how the makers can justify a RRP of £19.99 is beyond me!



same here - I just use it now to chuck my coins in and unscrew lid as the electronic part of it is complete and utter *****

VERY annoying - reads 1ps as 20ps about 50% of the time lol. Also, you can get these in home bargains sometimes and they are £2.99 I think.

[COLOR="Purple"]ok until the battery goes and you end up counting the cash anyway!![/COLOR]

These are rubbish as previously said they count the coins wrong and often see 20ps as 1ps etc, absolutely useless be warned !!

Agree these are rubbish... we had one of these left by the book club people at work... it's made of cheap nasty plastic, and only counts about 3/4 of the coins. AVOID AT ALL COSTS.

Speaking of costs, why give away £5 of your money to count your loose change !? Counter-productive, non?
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