The first thing you may notice about this is I gave the durability of the toy three stars. This is because it functions as a very good jar. You could fill it with jam, use it as a small bin, drink from it or even keep money inside. However, the part of the product which is supposed to count the money you put inside the jar is less exciting.
After about 30 minutes of transferring coins from the old container (which I certainly wouldn't think of drinking from or using as a jam container, just throwing that out there) it failed to recognise any new coins. Bless the little thing, it did try. It began all chipper and excitable, more than happy to count all the different kinds of coinage I could present to it. It mistook a penny for 5p a couple of times but can we honestly say we've never done the same? I didn't think so. But of course, then it started getting worse. It was just too much for the poor thing to handle. The mistaking a penny for a 5p I can understand but mistaking 10p for 20p? Now that's just being silly. Not only is there the notable size difference but the shapes are incomparable with one being a uniform circle and the other being substantially more polygonal. Eventually, it all became too much to handle and it ceased counting, dazed like a deer caught in headlights where the headlights are too much money and the deer is a product which really isn't fit to be sold and is getting sent back as soon as the driver of the car (the one making the headlights, I hope that's clear as this metaphor is getting a little out of hand) can send it Amazonian Heaven.
Poor thing. Such a shame.