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Aussie Automatic Coin Counter

Written by Vlad on September 16, 2010 – 6:37 pm - 1,980 views

Automatic Coin Counter filled with coins

The Aussie Automatic Coin Counter is a coin jar with a lid that contains a coin slot and an electronic counting mechanism. The mechanism measures the diameter of each coin that you insert into the slot and works out its value. An LCD display tells you the total balance of all coins that you have deposited. I bought this from Catch Of The Day for $10.

Why I Bought the Automatic Coin Counter

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