Royal Sovereign Digital 4 Row Electric Coin Sorter, Holds Up To 800 Coins
About this item
- Coin sorter and counter for business or personal use
- Place up to 800 coins in the coin hopper
- Counts 312 coins per minute
- LCD Display shows value of each coin being counted and totals
- Coins are sorted in up to 16 coin wrappers
The Royal Sovereign Digital 4 Row Electric Coin Sorter, Holds Up To 800 Coins is a marvel of modern technology. Simply pour in your coins, sit back and watch this unbelievable machine work. It will sort all your coins and slide them into individual sleeves—for pennies, nickels, dimes and quarters—and fill up to four of each sleeve before you need to do a single thing. That's up to 16 coin tubes sorted solely by a coin counting machine without you even having to lift a finger. If you have an overwhelming number of coins, process them daily at your business or just want to round up some extra cash, this electric coin counter will do the job for you in less than five minutes.
How Many Coins Does It Count per Minute?
The Royal Sovereign Digital 4 Row Electric Coin Sorter counts up to 312 coins per minute, meaning that it will count an entire 800-coin load in less than three minutes. That includes the time it takes the machine to load up the wrappers, push them aside when they're full and slide through an empty wrapper for a new sleeve of coins.
Where Can I Use Rolls of Coins?
Rolls of coins from a coin sorting machine can be deposited at your local bank or exchanged there for paper bills or alternate forms of currency. Consult with your bank or your local branch to determine whether they will accept your coins.
What Is a Coin Sorter?
One such as this Royal Sovereign Digital 4 Row Electric Coin Sorter takes your giant jar of loose change and organizes it into convenient sleeves for safekeeping, distribution or depositing at the bank. You can pour up to 800 coins in at one time. As the coins enter the feeding slot, they are counted individually by a remarkable mechanism inside the machine. The count of each type of coin—penny, nickel, dime and quarter—is displayed on the counter's screen and updates in real time as the coins are counted. It then slides the coins into numbered sleeves corresponding to their value. Once one tube is full, it pushes it aside for a new sleeve, until all 800 coins have been counted and placed in sleeves.