• Royal Sovereign Electric Coin Sorter, Patented Anti-Jam Technology, 1 Row of Coin Sorting (CO-1000)
  • Royal Sovereign Electric Coin Sorter, Patented Anti-Jam Technology, 1 Row of Coin Sorting (CO-1000)
  • Royal Sovereign Electric Coin Sorter, Patented Anti-Jam Technology, 1 Row of Coin Sorting (CO-1000)
  • Royal Sovereign Electric Coin Sorter, Patented Anti-Jam Technology, 1 Row of Coin Sorting (CO-1000)
  • Royal Sovereign Electric Coin Sorter, Patented Anti-Jam Technology, 1 Row of Coin Sorting (CO-1000)
Royal Sovereign Electric Coin Sorter, Patented Anti-Jam Technology, 1 Row of Coin Sorting (CO-1000)
Royal Sovereign Electric Coin Sorter, Patented Anti-Jam Technology, 1 Row of Coin Sorting (CO-1000)
Royal Sovereign Electric Coin Sorter, Patented Anti-Jam Technology, 1 Row of Coin Sorting (CO-1000)
Royal Sovereign Electric Coin Sorter, Patented Anti-Jam Technology, 1 Row of Coin Sorting (CO-1000)
Royal Sovereign Electric Coin Sorter, Patented Anti-Jam Technology, 1 Row of Coin Sorting (CO-1000)

Royal Sovereign Electric Coin Sorter, Patented Anti-Jam Technology, 1 Row of Coin Sorting (CO-1000)

SKU:HA0FZ2936
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SG$ 190.00
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  • Fast Operation: Coin counter rapidly sorts up to 240 coins per minute.
  • Large Capacity: Coin counter can hold up to 300 coins for consumer counting convenience. Count more coins at once!
  • Hassle-Free Operation: Patented Anti-Jam Technology allows for precise internal sorting when counting coins. Voltage - 120. Consumption (Watts)- 6.5
  • Effortless Wrapping: Straight to coin wrapper feature allows the consumer to insert preformed coin wrappers into the coin tubes. Easy transition from converting loose changed into cash!
  • Convenient: Collection Bin gathers change that spills over for easy clean up from change counter.
  • 1 row of coin tubes for each denomination, 1 button operation.
  • Plastic coin tubes are removable, making it easy to pull out coin-filled wrappers to be rolled and crimped.

Customer Reviews

Works Verry Well This counter is very reliable,I was able to count hundreds of dollars of coins with very little effort and in very little time..If you place the paper tubes in the plastic tubes before sorting - This is NOT the proper way to use this machine: The only time the coins missed their tubes was when the paper tube was damaged. Sometimes, if the paper tube was collapsed, the coins may rotate requiring me to press the coins flat in the roll. The problems I had were unavoidable with this incorrect but most popular way to use this machine as I see in comments above. I never had a problem with the machine itself.The better way to use this machine is; Have the coins fall directly into their plastic tubes WITHOUT the paper tube. When a tube is full, place the paper tube over the coins in the now filled plastic tube Turn the plastic tube over so that you can easily pull out the paper tube with the coins. Fold the paper tube shut. Following this method, you should never have an incorrect coin count with this machine. 5The little coin sorter that could Coin sorter does exactly what it says it does. Its relatively small, and begins working immediately once its plugged in and you toggle the on switch. I frantically began looking around for coins to put in the unit, and I was impressed with its ability to sort, and churn through all of the coins and debris that it came across eventually spitting out a bobby pin into the excess coin tray. I also purchased the recommended Royal Sovereign coin wrappers separately, which seem to work well.It would be helpful if there was an actual indicator on the plastic sorting tube or the wrapper that identified the correct stopping or "Full" point for the wrapper. I'm assuming that the wrapper is full once it starts overflowing. Hardly the units fault. Very impressed, and would recommend. 4Pretty fast sorter This is an electric (no batteries) sorter and works pretty well. I've had the battery type before and had more problems as the batteries got weaker and had the expense of replacing them. I think this electric operation also affords more power than the battery type. I sorted $195 in change, mostly quarters, in about 1/2 hour including putting the coins in flat wrappers. The unit comes with pre-rolled wrappers, but only one of each denomination to get you started. These pre-rolled wrappers are recommended as they are faster but they are more expensive. I had only one quarter get "lost" in the sorter that no matter how much shaking I did it wouldn't come out. So I removed the three side screws at the bottom sides (not the bottom ones, but the side ones) and carefully lifted the casing, found the captive quarter and removed it with a tweezers. Just took about 5 minutes. I subtracted one star for the lost quarter but all these machines, I think, will "lose" a coin now and then and this is really no big deal if you can easily remove it as I did. The unit didn't jam at all and I went about completing the sorting and wrapping and attended to the "lost" quarter at the end. Of course remove the plug from the outlet before doing this if you happen to "lose" a coin as well. Very fast machine as these go. 4Suspicious I'm always suspicious when you go to register a product warranty, in this case on Sovereign's website, and it says they no longer accept submissions. It makes me wonder why! I sent another Sovereign product back because it didn't even start. The motor was dead. This replacement, which is a more expensive model, seems to be very flimsy. Now that I can't register the product warranty, I wonder if Amazon will stand behind the product if the manufacturer won't if there are problems. It also seems that this product had been used already since the plug was not tied up the way new plugs on appliances are. I bought it as new! 1Jams frequently This jams way too frequently on smaller coins (pennies). When it jams, the pennies spill over in to the chute next to them and then jam the other chutes. Coins then get stuck, fall in to the wrong columns, and require starting over again.I had run just 100 coins through the sorter when I took this video. I'm returning the sorter and looking for a better model. 1Good for the price (watch the video). For the price this is a good coin sorter. Since my bank stopped accepting unwrapped coins (don't get me started on that), I decided to purchase a coin sorter. I was looking for an electric sorter that could get the job done but I didn't need a commercial grade sorter. This one fits that description. As you can see in the video it does the job pretty painlessly. The bottom has a catch tray that can be pulled out so you can reload the hopper with the coins that don't get into the wrappers or when the wrappers overflow. Furthermore the entire bottom section slides out so you can easily remove the tubes with the wrappers in them as they fill up and you replace them. The machine is pretty accurate but I do catch an occasional penny falling into the nickel slot. At this price point I wouldn't expect them to be 100% accurate (especially considering the ones that many banks use to have weren't accurate at all). 5Coin sorter This coin sorter basically does what it is supposed to do but it has problems. The instructions tell that occasionally a dime will feed into the penny tube...this does happen but not often. The main problem is that coins often get into the base. The only way to remove them is to take out the 3 screws holding the cover to the base, lift the cover off, lift up the sorting disk and remove the coins. You then have to reassemble the unit, making sure the power cord is in the proper position. Coins must be fed into the unit slowly to help prevent the coins from dropping into the base where they can't be retrieved until following the procedure I described. This malfunction happens often enough to be a nuisance and this is the reason I gave it two stars. 2Fast and easy to use! I bought this coin sorter to use counting tip money (Chicago banks no longer let you deposit change unless they are rolled) so I picked this one after a cheap plastic one broke. And I really think this is a great product, especially for the price. The hopper can fit about two big handfuls of change at once, and you can turn the machine off quick when a stack is full. So you don't get change flying everywhere which is nice. The sorter also has a slight clicking noise ( which is a mechanism that keeps the hopper from getting jammed). By relatively the machine isn't too noisy. The only downside is that it's hard to sort coins when you place the paper coin wrappers in the slots- if they aren't 100% round, the coins won't fall in. But this goes for pretty much every sorter. What I do is wait until a slot is filled, then grab a wrapper and shove it down the coins and it works pretty well- takes a second to get a rythm going. As for the machine itself, its a good size for places without a lot of space, it's made of a very hard plastic, and it can clean it with a dry paper towel to get the built up oil out of the hopper, since it tends to collect on coins.In all, this is th best option I've found for the price. It's not a counter, just a sorter. I've been happy with it. And P.S. it only comes with only a few starter coin wrappers, so pick some up from a bank or the dollar store! 5Gets the job done It works much better than I expected, after reading some pretty negative reviews; overall it works very well. The sorting machines in stores and malls charge 11.9 percent. I sorted $695 the first day. so it more than paid for itself. It will occasionally drop a coin in the wrong slot, but this was minimal. The pennies will clog up a little if you don't keep an eye on them. This is very easy to remedy; I used a pencil eraser to advance the lodged coin the few times it did happen. Fifty bucks well spent!UPDATE: After running about $1200 in coins through it, it is becoming very unreliable. Almost every time, there is a sorting error in at least one of the tubes. It has now become impractical to preload the tube with the pre shaped coin sleeves. You have to check each denomination before wrapping as there will almost always be coins in the wrong tube. It is still a little easier than doing them manually, but only marginally. 3A great coin sorter and does the job well. I bought this coin sorter for my husband after doing much research. Overall, this is a good coin sorter and does it's job well. I like that it can sort various coins into the right tube and has a tray that collects overflow coins. I also liked that you can fit a roll in each of the tube so you don't have to manually transfer the coins into a roll once the tube is full. We had this coin sorter for about three months now and so far we haven't run into any issues. Every now and again a coin or two would get stuck but we only had to gently shake it to release it or it would shoot a coin out a little too fast and miss the tube (even though it wasn't full). With this coin sorter, you do have to turn it on before using and off after using, which I didn't really mind. However, I would had loved it more if it was automatic or gave a light indicator to switch out a roll -- sometimes I just pour my coins in and don't check if my rolls are full. 5
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Description
  • Fast Operation: Coin counter rapidly sorts up to 240 coins per minute.
  • Large Capacity: Coin counter can hold up to 300 coins for consumer counting convenience. Count more coins at once!
  • Hassle-Free Operation: Patented Anti-Jam Technology allows for precise internal sorting when counting coins. Voltage - 120. Consumption (Watts)- 6.5
  • Effortless Wrapping: Straight to coin wrapper feature allows the consumer to insert preformed coin wrappers into the coin tubes. Easy transition from converting loose changed into cash!
  • Convenient: Collection Bin gathers change that spills over for easy clean up from change counter.
  • 1 row of coin tubes for each denomination, 1 button operation.
  • Plastic coin tubes are removable, making it easy to pull out coin-filled wrappers to be rolled and crimped.
Reviews

Customer Reviews

Works Verry Well This counter is very reliable,I was able to count hundreds of dollars of coins with very little effort and in very little time..If you place the paper tubes in the plastic tubes before sorting - This is NOT the proper way to use this machine: The only time the coins missed their tubes was when the paper tube was damaged. Sometimes, if the paper tube was collapsed, the coins may rotate requiring me to press the coins flat in the roll. The problems I had were unavoidable with this incorrect but most popular way to use this machine as I see in comments above. I never had a problem with the machine itself.The better way to use this machine is; Have the coins fall directly into their plastic tubes WITHOUT the paper tube. When a tube is full, place the paper tube over the coins in the now filled plastic tube Turn the plastic tube over so that you can easily pull out the paper tube with the coins. Fold the paper tube shut. Following this method, you should never have an incorrect coin count with this machine. 5The little coin sorter that could Coin sorter does exactly what it says it does. Its relatively small, and begins working immediately once its plugged in and you toggle the on switch. I frantically began looking around for coins to put in the unit, and I was impressed with its ability to sort, and churn through all of the coins and debris that it came across eventually spitting out a bobby pin into the excess coin tray. I also purchased the recommended Royal Sovereign coin wrappers separately, which seem to work well.It would be helpful if there was an actual indicator on the plastic sorting tube or the wrapper that identified the correct stopping or "Full" point for the wrapper. I'm assuming that the wrapper is full once it starts overflowing. Hardly the units fault. Very impressed, and would recommend. 4Pretty fast sorter This is an electric (no batteries) sorter and works pretty well. I've had the battery type before and had more problems as the batteries got weaker and had the expense of replacing them. I think this electric operation also affords more power than the battery type. I sorted $195 in change, mostly quarters, in about 1/2 hour including putting the coins in flat wrappers. The unit comes with pre-rolled wrappers, but only one of each denomination to get you started. These pre-rolled wrappers are recommended as they are faster but they are more expensive. I had only one quarter get "lost" in the sorter that no matter how much shaking I did it wouldn't come out. So I removed the three side screws at the bottom sides (not the bottom ones, but the side ones) and carefully lifted the casing, found the captive quarter and removed it with a tweezers. Just took about 5 minutes. I subtracted one star for the lost quarter but all these machines, I think, will "lose" a coin now and then and this is really no big deal if you can easily remove it as I did. The unit didn't jam at all and I went about completing the sorting and wrapping and attended to the "lost" quarter at the end. Of course remove the plug from the outlet before doing this if you happen to "lose" a coin as well. Very fast machine as these go. 4Suspicious I'm always suspicious when you go to register a product warranty, in this case on Sovereign's website, and it says they no longer accept submissions. It makes me wonder why! I sent another Sovereign product back because it didn't even start. The motor was dead. This replacement, which is a more expensive model, seems to be very flimsy. Now that I can't register the product warranty, I wonder if Amazon will stand behind the product if the manufacturer won't if there are problems. It also seems that this product had been used already since the plug was not tied up the way new plugs on appliances are. I bought it as new! 1Jams frequently This jams way too frequently on smaller coins (pennies). When it jams, the pennies spill over in to the chute next to them and then jam the other chutes. Coins then get stuck, fall in to the wrong columns, and require starting over again.I had run just 100 coins through the sorter when I took this video. I'm returning the sorter and looking for a better model. 1Good for the price (watch the video). For the price this is a good coin sorter. Since my bank stopped accepting unwrapped coins (don't get me started on that), I decided to purchase a coin sorter. I was looking for an electric sorter that could get the job done but I didn't need a commercial grade sorter. This one fits that description. As you can see in the video it does the job pretty painlessly. The bottom has a catch tray that can be pulled out so you can reload the hopper with the coins that don't get into the wrappers or when the wrappers overflow. Furthermore the entire bottom section slides out so you can easily remove the tubes with the wrappers in them as they fill up and you replace them. The machine is pretty accurate but I do catch an occasional penny falling into the nickel slot. At this price point I wouldn't expect them to be 100% accurate (especially considering the ones that many banks use to have weren't accurate at all). 5Coin sorter This coin sorter basically does what it is supposed to do but it has problems. The instructions tell that occasionally a dime will feed into the penny tube...this does happen but not often. The main problem is that coins often get into the base. The only way to remove them is to take out the 3 screws holding the cover to the base, lift the cover off, lift up the sorting disk and remove the coins. You then have to reassemble the unit, making sure the power cord is in the proper position. Coins must be fed into the unit slowly to help prevent the coins from dropping into the base where they can't be retrieved until following the procedure I described. This malfunction happens often enough to be a nuisance and this is the reason I gave it two stars. 2Fast and easy to use! I bought this coin sorter to use counting tip money (Chicago banks no longer let you deposit change unless they are rolled) so I picked this one after a cheap plastic one broke. And I really think this is a great product, especially for the price. The hopper can fit about two big handfuls of change at once, and you can turn the machine off quick when a stack is full. So you don't get change flying everywhere which is nice. The sorter also has a slight clicking noise ( which is a mechanism that keeps the hopper from getting jammed). By relatively the machine isn't too noisy. The only downside is that it's hard to sort coins when you place the paper coin wrappers in the slots- if they aren't 100% round, the coins won't fall in. But this goes for pretty much every sorter. What I do is wait until a slot is filled, then grab a wrapper and shove it down the coins and it works pretty well- takes a second to get a rythm going. As for the machine itself, its a good size for places without a lot of space, it's made of a very hard plastic, and it can clean it with a dry paper towel to get the built up oil out of the hopper, since it tends to collect on coins.In all, this is th best option I've found for the price. It's not a counter, just a sorter. I've been happy with it. And P.S. it only comes with only a few starter coin wrappers, so pick some up from a bank or the dollar store! 5Gets the job done It works much better than I expected, after reading some pretty negative reviews; overall it works very well. The sorting machines in stores and malls charge 11.9 percent. I sorted $695 the first day. so it more than paid for itself. It will occasionally drop a coin in the wrong slot, but this was minimal. The pennies will clog up a little if you don't keep an eye on them. This is very easy to remedy; I used a pencil eraser to advance the lodged coin the few times it did happen. Fifty bucks well spent!UPDATE: After running about $1200 in coins through it, it is becoming very unreliable. Almost every time, there is a sorting error in at least one of the tubes. It has now become impractical to preload the tube with the pre shaped coin sleeves. You have to check each denomination before wrapping as there will almost always be coins in the wrong tube. It is still a little easier than doing them manually, but only marginally. 3A great coin sorter and does the job well. I bought this coin sorter for my husband after doing much research. Overall, this is a good coin sorter and does it's job well. I like that it can sort various coins into the right tube and has a tray that collects overflow coins. I also liked that you can fit a roll in each of the tube so you don't have to manually transfer the coins into a roll once the tube is full. We had this coin sorter for about three months now and so far we haven't run into any issues. Every now and again a coin or two would get stuck but we only had to gently shake it to release it or it would shoot a coin out a little too fast and miss the tube (even though it wasn't full). With this coin sorter, you do have to turn it on before using and off after using, which I didn't really mind. However, I would had loved it more if it was automatic or gave a light indicator to switch out a roll -- sometimes I just pour my coins in and don't check if my rolls are full. 5
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  • Return or exchange requests can be made within 10 days of the delivery date.
  • To return or exchange any items, please email us at info@directnine.uk, clearly mentioning your order number and our customer support team will guide you on the process.
  • To be eligible for return, products must be in the exact condition you received them in. All packaging material must be undamaged and unused with the price tags intact.
  • Orders can be cancelled before dispatch. If the order has already been dispatched, cancellation fees might be charged.
  • Due to the nature of the products that we sell, we will not be able to replace or refund unwanted items if they have been opened or any seals are broken.
  • The refund will not include the import duties or the cost of delivery or return postage.
  • If your refund is approved, then it will automatically be credited to the original method of payment, within 7-10 days.
  • DirectNine reserves the right to alter and enforce this Return and Refund Policy at any time without having to serve a prior notice to users.
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Shipment tracking ID will be provided after your product(s) is dispatched. The delivery date stated is indicative and subject to availability, payment authorization, verification, and processing. In case your product(s) is not delivered due to an incorrect or invalid address, we will not be able to process any claims. However, we will notify you if it is returned to us.

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