little tike cash register £10 @ asda instore and online
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little tike cash register £10 @ asda instore and online

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Found 4th Nov 2013
Beep, beep, ting! Let's get scanning and weighing and swiping we love helping out with the shopping.Features moving conveyor belt and receipt.Working calculator.Basket of food.Ringing sound when the till is opened.Key to open the till.Buttons beep when pressed.Scales for weighing.Credit card for swiping.Scanner.
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Original Poster

ive been looking for one for ages and this is the cheapest one I could find that was good quality.

Original Poster

was 14 pounds

Does anyone know how this compares to the ELC one? I am inclined to say this is targeting a younger age group because of the brand but if anyone else has an informed opinion, would be helpful? Price aside, would rather pay a bit more to future proof it to ensure it doesn't look too babyish "for a big boy".

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flyingirl

Does anyone know how this compares to the ELC one? I am inclined to say … Does anyone know how this compares to the ELC one? I am inclined to say this is targeting a younger age group because of the brand but if anyone else has an informed opinion, would be helpful? Price aside, would rather pay a bit more to future proof it to ensure it doesn't look too babyish "for a big boy".



how old is your boy?

lishi

how old is your boy?



He's 3 so we need it for learning to count money and proper playing. I popped into Asda to check it out and it isn't suitable for my needs. But they were selling for £10 as priced on the SEL so thanks for putting this deal up.

This has 2 buttons to move the conveyor belt and receipt printer. The scanner has a beep too. The calculator keypad has a loud beep each time you hit a button so potentially a nuisance if you are using to teach sums. My main problem with it was that the money drawer is very shallow so I don't imagine you get much in there.

That said, it is a great price for a cash register and I prefer a plain one to a branded one say with Minnie Mouse on it. If I had a younger child, this would be a great toy. Also if it comes with the shopping basket, that's excellent as they usually go for £5-10 on their own.

Not poo-poohing the deal but my reasons for going with the ELC one for nearly double the price is that for the older children, it seems to come with play money so you can open it and immediately start playing shop. The money seems to fit into the drawers nicely so it won't cause any issues there. Also it has a speaker thing - which could be annoying but hey, I suppose it is still supposed to be a toy and give some kind of enjoyment to them. Not sure about the beep of the keyboard as I didn't look too closely at it once I saw how well-made and sturdy the ELC one is.

P/s I like the colour scheme on this. It bothers me that ELC have done away with the red register and gone for Blue or Pink. I think cash tills (at the very least) and role playing stuff should be neutrally coloured.
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