Count and store your spare change with this Royal Sovereign digital coin sorter. The LCD screen displays the amount of money inside and stats about the number of coins sorted, letting you keep up with accounting easily. This Royal Sovereign digital coin sorter holds 400 coins and makes it easy to wrap your change.
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Allowing a large amount of coins to be sorted at a time before replenishing the hopper.
Preformed coin wrappers
Conveniently slide and fit into coin tubes, for easy transition to coin wrapping and rolling.
Plastic coin tubes are removable
Making it easy to pull out coin-filled wrappers to be rolled and crimped.
Coin tube capacity
Support 50 pennies, 40 nickels, 50 dimes, 40 quarters.
LCD digital count display
Easy readable and shows the dollar value of all coins sorted and the individual dollar value of each denomination.
Overall Customer Rating
1.5 (2 Reviews)
Cheap, but EXPENSIVE
Posted by: ColtsFan1978 from: Fort Wayne, IN on
I had it out of the box and sorting within 10 minutes. Of course...for whatever reason, this machine STOPPED working in less than half that time. I have less than $20 in coins at the moment, but it's all in a jar (mostly pennies). I wanted to count it and have it in rolls so it would be easy for me and the bank associates to deal with at the counter. Unfortunately, a little over half way done with the coins....this machine stopped dispensing the coins into the tubes. I opened it up to make sure it wasn't clogged (which it says shouldn't happen often), but I couldn't find any coins that were out of place or jammed somewhere they shouldn't have been. So, I took the time to remove ALL the coins from the machine and start over. I turned it off, let it sit for about 5 minutes...turned it back on and tried again. The machine turned on, the ticking sound started, so I placed more coins back into the sorter, and NOTHING....still didn't work again. So, I'm taking this back to get the cheaper costing model (the manual crank) and see if that works for me.
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Posted by: peach from: on
This machine sorts or fine. One thing to look out for when souring is the dimes. They often jam the machine, thus making it stop working. I just don't even do the anymore.
2 out of 2 found this review helpful.
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