Money Machine-Electronic Change Counter

This incredible Money Machine electronically counts every coin as you deposit them
Displays a running total of your savings so you'll know exactly how much you have
Counts up to $999.99
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fluffy May 11, 2012
Excellent price! Makes me sorry that I almost never use cash!
dvinegrace83 May 10, 2012
i think this is so neat to have, esp. for the youngins saving up for something in particular.
ReturninVideoTps May 10, 2012
I have a different version of this, and it's awesome. Definitely worth it
newjerseychickxo May 10, 2012
Wow! Can't beat this price! And the shipping is a plus.
MrBklynW May 10, 2012
hmmm...not a bad price at all, i'll bite=D
payment1311 May 09, 2012
It's really cool. I will buy it for my son. It's not only a toy, but a educational toy.
nimase85 May 09, 2012
My sister has been wanting one of these for a while I might have to get this since it is for such a great price now and her birthday is right around the corner
nimase85 May 10, 2012
I am not too sure anymore I was reading the reviews and it seems like it may not be too good at distinguishing the differances in the coins
iowahawkeyes May 09, 2012
Every kid needs one of these. It teaches kids to save money instead of just spending it.
seanvcxz May 09, 2012
Very cool. I've seen these before around the holiday's because apparently they make great gifts!
gangstabarbie May 09, 2012
I have to pluss this because I paid $13 for one at Avon
erick99 May 09, 2012
Avon sold this? Now that's diversity!
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branie May 09, 2012
After reading the reviews I would say this is priced correctly now. Too bad- seems like a nice tool for kids to learn about saving but if it is incorrect somehow or does not function properly then I see no point at purchasing it.
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FibroMom May 09, 2012
These are GREAT for helping kids keep up with their money and learning to save! I remember when my son got one and went around asking everyone for their change so he could put it in his jar... he made a small fortune during family gatherings! ;)
Hisgelt May 10, 2012
also for adults to help them learn how to save LOL
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arsiel May 06, 2012
I think I saw something like this before. It's logical to have but it takes the fun out of going to a CoinStar machine and guessing how much change you saved up :)
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Christine May 10, 2012
hahhahah that's sooo truueee!!! never thought about that =p