Requires 3C batteries, not included.
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good fun while learning
About Me Grandparent
Comments about Teaching Cash Register with Canadian Currency:
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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very cool, but flawed
from Nova Scotia, Canada
About Me Education Oriented, Parent Of Two Or More Children, Working Parent
This is a really fun instructional toy. It is realistic and is engaging. There is a problem with the drawer hitch though. Yes, the drawer will close, so it seems everything is fine, but once you put batteries in it, you will notice the real problem. It doesn't latch tight enough, so the digital display and the instructional programs won't actually run because it wants you to close the drawer. You have to hold it in to make it work. My sister in law had the same problem. The company replaced hers, and they have been providing good service to me so far, but I suspect the replacement set will have the same problem. Too bad, because it is pretty cool. I would recommend it, but be sure to open it, test it (with batteries) to be sure it works before giving it to your kid.
Doesn't work properly
By Mom of boys
from New Jersey
About Me Parent Of Two Or More Children, Stay At Home Parent
My son received this as a gift when he was too young to use it so I put it away for a while. Now that he is old enough, I found out it doesn't work properly. It constantly says, "Cash box open" when it is not open. When the cash box is open the toy will not calculate. It's a real nice idea, mine just doesn't work.
Bottom Line No, I would not recommend this to a friend