Just like a fire alarm, 'In Case of Emergency' break the glass, the money in this Money Box can only be retrieved by doing the same. The clear, glass window front lets you see your money build up before you are tempted to smash it and take back your well earned pennies. - R.K.
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This is such a cool piece! I've put it by my front door & filled it with pound coins. Everyone comments on it, saying how cool it is. Great size, great quality & good value for money. (Wish I could upload a photo!)
Bought as a gift,filled it with just enough coins to buy a pack of ciggies for a mate.
Bought this as a stocking filler for my child that wants a saving bank she has to smash to get at the contents - so this is perfect. Have seen the same item in Debenhams but more expensive so am very happy
I brought this for my younger brother and he was straight to my dad asking him to hang it up! It's a cool little stocking filler in which he can now save his change for a little pressie for me :)
I like the idea of the design and products from Suck UK but this money box is not as convenient as expected. I find it very hard to open the back lid even if it said twist to open in a certain direction! I asked a guy to try to open it but even if he used all his strength, the lid hardly move! I saw some tiny slots on the inside but I can never twist to go through the slot there! I have been trying different ways to twist for hours but failed every time. It is frustrating knowing that it won't be able to pour back the coins out for a planned purpose! Can someone teach me how to open the back lid please? Or else it is useless to me(I'm considering for a return), who wants a money bank that cannot be reused again?!
The Emergency Money Box is a good secret santa gift, it's good quality and a decent size!
I bought this Emergency Money Box as a Christmas present for my nephew who is saving for car insurance. I thought this was a great idea to help him save as the description states to break glass to get money! Ideal I thought! On receiving this product however I found you could very easily unscrew the back to get the money out and it is made of flimsy plastic. This product does look good but I was a little disappointed as I feel the product description doesn't describe it very well!