QS-1 Manual Hand Crank 1 Row Coin Sorter

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QS-1 Manual Hand Crank 1 Row Coin Sorter

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Fun and amazing Review by Linnie, January 11, 2013, Amazon.com
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"I wanted something to sit on the desk and throw spare change into. This little machine is awesome. Sorted several baskets of change in minutes. No mess with electricity or batteries. Doesn't jam--occ have to back crank slightly but not a problem. Read reviews before purchasing this and they were right on. It is just as described and great value." (Posted on 5/9/13)
OMG! The best bank ever! Review by Anais Green, November 26, 2012, Amazon.com
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"I have never owed a coin sorter. However, I specifically did not want an electronic coin bank because I did not want to be bothered with having to change batteries. This bank has a manual crank that easily sorts your pennies, dimes, nickels and quarters. Works like a charm!" (Posted on 5/9/13)
Does the job for half the price Review by mtmac57, January 23, 2013, Amazon.com
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"I looked at the automatic sorters and found the lowered price ones had frequent complaints of jamming. The others had better reviews but were much more pricier. I was looking for one for household use, instead of throwing pennies away and having loose change the cars for the washers to steal. This item fits the needs. It has worked flawlessly, and when one coin did catch, a slight simple reverse of the handle freed it, and sorting went on. I have only done a handful of change at time and it works great. I only used the pre-rolled coin wraps which fit perfectly into the removable loading tubes. This thing is well made, is quite sturdy and easy to use.
One thing I do want to mention is the company who makes it...Royal Sovereign. The unit arrived missing the plastic quarters filler tube. I did not want to return it just for this as it operated so well. I contacted the company via their website. The very next day, I received both email and a phone call from one of their customer service reps. They apologized profusely for the inconvenience. They had a replacement tube out the very next day, and again, called and emailed me that it was on its way. I had it within 5 days. This is a huge company that makes all sorts of large and expensive office machines. How they took the time to take care of the "little guy" was absolutely awesome!" (Posted on 5/9/13)
Chugged through a large box of coins quickly Review by C. R. Crowell, March 10, 2013, Amazon.com
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"There is an issue with penny count being off by one, but it's quick to deal with and adjust. I had a large tub of coins dumped on me one night at midnight and Amazon shipped this quickly. You do also have to be careful with it picking up dimes in the penny tubes, but operating it carefully should fix that. You can't just crank the hell out of it, as one of my children may have done." (Posted on 5/9/13)
Great toy or casual coin roller Review by J. L. Wright "Janis", April 3, 2013, Amazon.com
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"This is very well made for what it is: an inexpensive manual coin sorter. Do not expect to pour coins in a gallon at a time. You will break this. It is ideal for my 5 year old to put a few handfuls of coins in, turn the handle, and watch the coins sort. We had the paper wrappers so had to put them on after they were sorted, which was very easy. It also was too easy to roll them with one too few coins in, so be careful." (Posted on 5/9/13)
Better than battery powered Review by Steve de Laet, April 17, 2013, Amazon.com
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"I replaced an old battery powered coin sorter with this one and find it really easy to use and more durable. Good machine. My grand kids love using it and they get to keep the money. ..." (Posted on 5/9/13)
Works Great Review by dutch806, April 23, 2013, Amazon.com
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"I got this little sorter, opened the box and sat down to sort $100 in loose change. The product worked pretty much without a hitch. Had 1 dime go into the penny slot, otherwise no mis-sorts. A small backward turn resolved all my potential jams. This thing is slick as long as you're not in a big rush. Take it easy and this works like the champ it is." (Posted on 5/9/13)
Great coin sorter Review by R. F., April 25, 2013, Amazon.com
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"I have read some reviews that say coin sorters are bad and they get stuck and blah blah blah, but i like this one. Put the coins in, turn the handle, watch them add up. If they get stuck (probably because you loaded it with too many coins) you simply revers the handle and you are good to go. The only problem is that you have to manually count the coins yourself if you are putting them in rolls because there is no clear way of telling how many are in each tube unless you count them. But hey, I'm cool with that, it just means i can run them through the sorter a couple of times." (Posted on 5/9/13)
does the job fine Review by Stewart Backfield "Stewbee", April 27, 2013, Amazon.com
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"does the job. a little slight jam once and a while that is easily corrected with a slight shake.It's reliable" (Posted on 5/9/13)
Great gift Review by Kate Dunn "Kate", April 27, 2013, Amazon.com
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"Gave this to my husband for his birthday, and he loves it! It already works better than the old battery operated one we used to have that constantly jammed. This sorter works really well, and is very easy to un jam. We have only had it for a short while, so I can't speak to its longevity, but so far, so good! We really like it and I would recommend it to anyone that is looking for a way to keep their coins sorted." (Posted on 5/9/13)

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