|Number of Game Players||2|
|Remote Control Included?||No|
|Release date||20 July 2010|
|Mfg Recommended age||36 months - 8 years|
|Item Model Number||612|
|Product Dimensions||3 x 30 x 26 cm; 499 Grams|
Casdon 612 Chip N Pin Till Roleplay
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- Working electronic calculator
- 2 Pretend Credit Cards with different PIN numbers
- Includes selection of play food and cans
- Includes play money, notes and coins
- Ages 3+
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The Casdon Chip n Pin cash register features a checkout register with a working electronic calculator and two pretend credit cards with different pin numbers. When the correct pin number is entered a green light appears and a bell rings. Includes receipt roll, play food cartons and cans, pretend play money.
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My child played with this for a day and a half before it stopped working altogether. Both separate battery compartments in the chip and pin area and till were at first intermittent then stopped altogether!?
We tried different batteries to no avail. I even noticed if I pushed the till drawer that the noises started and stopped. So the power supply from the battery compartment was clearly defective.
Total and utter rubbish. I would have sent this straight back except unfortunately having checked it 'worked' on first installing the batteries, had already recycled the box.
Do not buy.
It's been dropped and dragged around a few times, and still functions very well. It would have been nicer if the paper money was a little more durable, but then she wouldn't enjoy eating it so much!
It came with some items of food which was great.
We were missing stickers for the credit cards though so we just have blank white plastic cards to play with instead.
It doesn't come with batteries, so make sure you've got 5 AA batteries to hand as the till requires 3 and the chip and pin unit requires 2.