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u/sunchops · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

I recommend making sure you have several items:

  • Hamper (foldable or collapsible is best for college students.)
  • Laundry bag (Just in case you don't want to carry your hamper to your laundry facility, or your hamper isn't carry friendly.)
  • Desk lamp (any kind should be fine, so that way if your room mate is sleeping you don't have to have the entire room lit up)
  • Power strips (you never know when you're going to need to plug something in, and you might run out of wall plugs)
  • Change jar (spare change is always useful especially when ordering food, so you can give exact change. Don't forget to tip! You can make one of these yourself for basically free minus the cost of a bottle)
  • Desk organizer (To keep your class syllabi in, as well as any returned papers. It's very easy to lose all of that stuff, and you never know if you might need it again during the semester.)
  • Flip flops/shower shoes (keep them cheap because they're only for the bathroom, chances are that bathroom will be shared by you and several others, and most likely won't be the cleanest place)
  • Healthy (ish) snack foods (whatever foods appeal to you really, but that's a start for some ideas, trust me healthy food is good, you don't want that freshman 15 to catch up to you too quick now!)
  • Alarm clock (or you can use your phone which is what I ended up doing last year, but make sure it doesn't die!)
  • Headphones (so you don't annoy your roommate with your choice of tv/music/movies/etc.) Here's three more headphones for variety, all of which are great for the price range. Klipsch, Vsonic, Sony(these Sony MDR-V6 go on sale every so often, they were literally just on sale for $54 and are absolutely fantastic for the price range)

    That's basically everything I either wish I had brought, or found very useful. Oh yeah, don't forget your cell phone, cell phone charger, laptop/desktop and appropriate cables. Also don't forget to do your laundry somewhat regularly, and that includes your sheets!

    Would you like a falafel with that?
u/Weaselbrott · 1 pointr/Silverbugs

Great questions OP. I will shamelessly plug /r/CRH, but also update my sidebar to address some of your questions.
There are cheap coin sorters like this one if you do not have a local bank that provides free coin sorting services. As TheDude66 says, looks down the edges of all coin denominations 10cents and higher for the dead giveaway white edge.
I don't think there are any accurate statistics on which denomination is most likely to have the "right" dates, but if you start following some of the posts around here, you will find that a lot of it depends on where you live, how many other coin roll hunters are in your area competing for silver, and other factors like if the banks are getting rolls of coins from a company like brinks that might pre-sort any silver coins. I personally like searching dimes because they are light for their denomination, are quick to search and quick to return to my bank. Others like half dollars because of the bigger payout for when you do find a silver coin.
I am very certain that 40% silver coins do not have the bronze edge, and would be easy to spot versus the newer clad coins. I hope this helps, and I hope you get some silver from that pocket change. Otherwise, go to the bank and grab a few hundred bucks in coinage!

u/coombed · 1 pointr/whatisthisthing

It’s a bank tellers / fair ground ride/ ticket seller / etc coin sorter thing. Unsure of the currency (edit, Danish Kroner) but you’d stack different derivates of coins to make up the value printed for that section. Top row will be pennies (or equivalent, value of 1 krone) then 2
Krone, 5 Krone and 10 Krone coins. If someone was exchanging money it’s an easy way to manage a load of coins, give correct, pre counted change, etc.

$usd version:
USD coin Tray

u/dabork · 9 pointsr/pics

You know those paper tubes that coins come in from the bank? You put those in the machine, and then pour change in it, and it automatically sorts the change and fills the correct tubes instead of you filling the tubes by hand.

They're awesome, and they're expensive as hell. This is the "go-to" automatic roller, it goes for about $200, but if you have so much change that you need an automatic roller, it'll probably pay for itself pretty quick since banks will exchange rolled coins for cash for free (no 9+% fee from coinstar).

Alternatively, they also make $12 coin funnels.

u/cncnorman · 2 pointsr/INEEEEDIT

Sadly this one isn’t sold on Amazon anymore. I did find a few others for u tho
flat trays
tube sorter
But if ur heart is set on sort-n-save I found it on eBay.


u/threeio · 1 pointr/BuyItForLife

I've had one similar to this for a decade. Love it, manual, no parts to break. Doesn't do 100$ at a time, but great for daily toss in the coins, grab what you need in the am.

u/sonofaresiii · 1 pointr/AskNYC

ten percent or so, which is pretty standard. i don't think any remaining banks still have the machines, so your other option is to get a coin counter machine and paper rolls and do it yourself. including all the time it will take on a little mini-machine like that.

or just pay the convenience fee (or as others mentioned, get it as a gift card...)

u/BubuTakeMyDubu · 6 pointsr/financialindependence

We started at about 230PM yesterday afternoon and we were finished with sorting, wrapping and counting by 1045PM so roughly 8 hours. This was with me grabbing handfuls of coins, making sure they were all domestic coins and placing them into the sorter. My brother/mom would help by placing the sorted coins into a wrapper. Today we brought the coins to the bank and we had the money in our accounts 30 minutes later.

This is the link for the sorter we used, but there are cheaper ones that are manually cranked or what have you. Overall I believe it was worth the cost of the automatic sorter just because of how much time it saved.

u/[deleted] · 2 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

English, do you speak it?

Try "Name that person" with the kids in the group! Each gets a piece of paper, they write down a fact or two (or more) on them and each person in the group hands it in. You'll call it out, and the kids have to try and guess which person is which. :) Fun way to get to know one another.

Start telling a story and end abruptly, have them finish and end where the next one will pick up. See where each story goes!


u/atomicbunny · 611 pointsr/specializedtools

I have one that hand cranks and separates them into rollable stacks. My kids love it.

for those interested

u/CarTarget · 2 pointsr/starbucks

Like others have said, roll the coins. You might want to look into a coin sorter if you have a lot of them, something like this automatically wraps them for you:

If you can convince your SM that it will reduce labor, I'd say it's worth it

u/reddexx · 37 pointsr/specializedtools

Yes, cool but for actual coin sorting you want one that is easier and faster to use, and drops the coins into rollers. While that one sorts, you'd still have to count out the coins and wrap them. Try this:

u/kramdiw · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

I have one of this style (not this exact one) and it's perfect. It's nice knowing exactly how much you have...especially if you have specific saving goals.

u/halcyoncmdr · 1 pointr/TalesFromYourServer

Just saying there's not a large barrier to entry to avoid rolling by hand.

Amazon has this one for $26 Prime with good reviews instead.

u/radeky · 1 pointr/todayilearned

Does the same task of sorting coins into the right piles and rolls for easy counting.

But anyway, since you clearly are not interested/unable to google:

There's a slightly more expensive one that also counts your coins.

u/m1serablist · 215 pointsr/technology

you are either frequenting high end places with free alcohol or getting ripped off if you are spending banknotes at a club. every stripper at the place I eat lunch has one of these

u/kcihtred2 · 3 pointsr/churning

As I like to be organized and always pay mo fee in coins... I've actually been using this quite a bit recently. Fits nicely in the drawer with the binder

Are there any other odd items you guys use?

u/Denode · 1 pointr/TalesFromThePizzaGuy

I don't know why everyone here doesn't already have one of these. Easy to use, and fits in a cup holder.

u/fjm182 · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Hello, thanks for the contest.

My girlfriend and I have a very small business inside a elementary school (here in Panama kids should bring their food or buy it in kiosks inside the school), and we really need this:

Coin Cointer

Because we spend two hours a day counting coins. With these little kids, on recess time " It's raining pennies "

u/SummerS0lstice · 1 pointr/specializedtools

Nadex Sort and Wrap Set with 350 Coin Wrappers - 4 Easy Wrap Coin Tubes and 4 Quick Sort Coin Trays, Color-Coded

u/vahdkasoder · 1 pointr/specializedtools

Nadex Sort and Wrap Set with 350 Coin Wrappers - 4 Easy Wrap Coin Tubes and 4 Quick Sort Coin Trays, Color-Coded

u/SilentPeaShooter · 2 pointsr/pics

This or These would have saved you assloads of time and hassle

u/MrA1Sauce · 2 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Looks like you could use this

u/verdegrrl · 1 pointr/cars

Something like this?

u/LadyWithAHarp · 1 pointr/Busking

I get a lot of change in my tips, and I like to roll my coins before taking them to the bank. (I know that a lot of banks and supermarkets have coin counters, but I’m old-school.) These trays make the job so much easier!

You can get just the trays or the trays with the counting tubes.

u/localhostdotdev · 15 pointsr/specializedtools

hold my beer (there is a pic of someone getting $2700 worth of coins in there)

u/Lesol · 1 pointr/Cleveland

My mom and I used to dump all the coins from the coin jars around the house and then use one of these to count it all out. I think ours was free from the bank, but this was in the early to mid 90s.

u/petitbleuchien · 3 pointsr/coins

I think you're probably looking at ones that are pre-set to count and separate common denominations of US coins only, but there are models that come with diameter and/or thickness adjustment, to accommodate other/foreign coins. Here are a few: 1, 2, 3.

u/chengjih · 4 pointsr/AskNYC

Hmm. Pick up a coin sorter from somewhere and do it yourself? It'd probably take less time than all your googling.

u/Boshaft · 1 pointr/mildlyinteresting

Eh, I worked in the cash office at a major grocery store for years. You have to count the registers anyways, so you use Funnel Shaped Coin Counting Tubes and roll as you go.

u/mjTheThird · 1 pointr/askTO

Depends on the amount, these can work for a small amount

u/Bannedspiciboi · 2 pointsr/whatisthisthing

Quick search found this:
Makes sense as it's a business and would have one handy to count change

u/NortWind · 2 pointsr/knifeclub

You can get inexpensive things that will sort your change, if you are making your own rolls.

u/aznsnplayboy · 2 pointsr/gifs

Coin Sorters Tray & Coin Counters – 4 Color-Coded Coin Sorting Tray Bundled with 56 Assorted Flat Coin Roll Wrappers for US Coins

Just bought one from this link.

u/nosidam · 6 pointsr/nyc

If you have a lot of coins, get one of these. It will pay for itself in the time it saves you. I do this every few months while watching a TV show and deposit the coins in my account.

u/GeneralDisorder · 1 pointr/specializedtools

If you go to WalMart you'd go to the stationery section and find the office stuff. Or probably the same place in Target.

I found a hand-crank coin wrapping machine on Amazon for $25

I believe the "Money Miser" coin sorter is electric but the manufacturer doesn't make new ones.

u/Strigoi666 · 1 pointr/bayarea

Buy this...

and some of these...

I had a jar of change that ended up being around $260 if I remember correctly. It took me about an hour to get it all rolled. Took it too my bank and got cash for it.

It is noisy as fuck using the coin sorter, but it works really well. The one I have is a manual one as well so you're spinning a handle to get shit done.