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Chip ‘n’ Pin Till

Item number: 612

  • Oh so smooth transactions
    Little Shoppers can become shop assistants or customers, selling or buying goods through cash and card payments.
  • Realistic play
    Pay for your food through chip ā€˜nā€™ pin, just as long as you remember the PIN number! Lights and sounds will alert you, changing depending on whether the number was right.
  • Memory and counting made fun
    Whether using the calculator or remembering the PIN number, your little ones will build memory and counting skills.
The Full Description

If you’re looking for a toy that replicates a real-life shopping experience while improving your little one’s memory and counting skills, then this Chip ‘n’ Pin Till has just the ticket! Featuring a huge range of features to resemble what it’s like to pay (or work at!) a till, this setup makes playing shops as imaginative as can be.

Whether popping to the shops to pick up some food or working a long shift as a store clerk, there are countless of ways to play with our Casdon Chip ‘n’ Pin till. It has a working calculator to add up prices and even comes with (pretend) money for extra counting fun!

But – the fun doesn’t stop there. This Chip ‘n’ Pin till also has a working card reader that alerts you if the wrong pin is entered! This is great for building on the memory of your little one, all while having infinite amounts of fun.

With several other accessories included, including play food cans and a till receipt roll, Little Shoppers can deliver (or experience) the best customer service in town! What’s not to love about an oh-so-modern toy that’s secretly stacked with educational value?

5 x AA batteries required (not included). Suitable for ages 3+.

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What's in the box

Shopping till with calculator, card reader, lights, sounds, payment cards, banknotes, coins and play food.

 

Stats
Weight (kg)
0.70
Length (cm)
27.0
Width (cm)
16.5
Height (cm)
24.0
The brand
Why we love it
  • Role play activities for exploring imagination and developing social skills
  • Realistic food packaging, card reader and till for visual stimulation
  • Play encourages the development of hand-to-eye co-ordination
  • Different functions for understanding cause and effect
  • Accessories and components develop problem solving and motor skills
  • Different features encourage exploration and discovery
  • Calculator and money for development of early counting skills