CO-1000 Electric 1 Row Coin Sorter

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$79.99

CO-1000 Electric 1 Row Coin Sorter

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Quick and eazy Review by Kayla Evans, April 13, 2013, Amazon.com
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"I was impressed how well it worked. I handed all the change to my kids, and it kept them busy for quite sometime....which made it even better! Very glad I purchased this. It saves lots of time counting my change jar :)" (Posted on 5/9/13)
Performs sufficiently, April 8, 2012, Amazon.com Review by Learlean, April 8, 2013, Amazon.com
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"The sorter and counter works sufficiently enough. It makes a clacking noise but does not appear to affect the operation. If the wrappers are not perfectly straight, the coins will not drop in. There were some errant coins that fell into the wrong slots so it's important to pay careful attention to ensure that all of the coins are of the same denomination. The unit will not operate if the coin tray is not pushed all the way in; which is a good feature." (Posted on 5/9/13)
Heavy Duty, exactly what I wanted! Review by Vulpine, April 2, 2013, Amazon.com
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"This thing is huge and works really well. I poured a few handfuls of coins at a time without paying attention and ended up having to disassemble to remove the quarter size dollars it won’t take. It was easy enough I think 3 same size screws. it comes with 1 of each denomination wrappers and I didn’t use them. I used the cheap open ended type it’s easy enough to wiggle them over the coins after the tube fills up. I’m happy with the purchase. It’s not your dresser top everyday coin sorter. Use it put it back in the box and in the garage until next time or great for small busy business." (Posted on 5/9/13)
Electric coin sorter Review by Nevada Mike, March 30, 2013, Amazon.com
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"This product works well, never had a jamb yet. I always turn the machine on before putting coins in it to try not to jamb it up.. it seems to sort the coins correctly, but somtimes will shoot a coin out that misses the tubes, but no problem the coins just drop into a small tray, and you can feed them back thru or just drop them in the tubes. you need to be careful, as the dime and penny tubes are almost exactly the same size, and if you get them in the wron slots then your coin counts will be way off.. it isn't to hard to figure out.. I like the fact that this machine is a 110 volt plug in the wall and not powered by batteries. It could be quieter as well , somewhat noisy when running. I think that it is a good buy for the money compaired to the others in the lower cost range. I would recommend this item to anyone who doesn't like to sit down and hand count the coins..I fill the tubes and check to be sure there are all the same , and correct count and then put into the paper wrappers.. only other comment is that the machine is pretty big and has a large foot print.." (Posted on 5/9/13)
coin sorter Review by maj, January 31, 2013, Amazon.com
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"love it very much. so far i never had any issues with the function and use. i know its a bit expensive than the others but it's working well at this point." (Posted on 5/9/13)
My husband loves It! Review by Ms Rose, January 28, 2013, Amazon.com
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"My husband always saves his coins in wrappers and this machine works so well. The only problem is that a full wrapper is always one coin short. Otherwise, he loves it." (Posted on 5/9/13)
Awesome Sorter! Review by Andy, January 7, 2012, Amazon.com
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"I use this sorter with high volume, and it works great, the anti-jam feature is perfect! But the internal hopper does not seem to work for me, but it is ok. I took it apart and lubed it with some plastic grease and it seems to work a lot better. After high volumes it starts to squeak from coin dirt. Overall, I would buy it again if I was not going to purchase a commercial unit!" (Posted on 5/9/13)
Good. Review by Bruce, January 3, 2013, Amazon.com
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"So far so good. I've never had it jam on me and the overflow coins are easy to reinsert into it." (Posted on 5/9/13)
BUY IT Review by Ty, January 2, 2012, Amazon.com
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"I have been through a few coin sorters. I rarely sort coins... What ive been doing is using the input bin as a coin bucket. Any spare change goes in there, and when it gets full I turn it on and get a few rolls out of it. Works better than any coin sorter I've seen or come across." (Posted on 5/9/13)
Great Price Review by Cathleen Hines, December 29, 2012
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"For the price, this was a great product. I recommend getting the preformed coin wrappers for ease of transfer. I had a bunch of change to sort when received, but otherwise won't use this that often, maybe monthly. Would recommend this purchase." (Posted on 5/9/13)

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