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|by careen g anderson||Date Added: Wednesday 22 January, 2014|
it works for me. use it every day. tell every one that they need one and where I got it from.
|by msmcd1956||Date Added: Tuesday 12 November, 2013|
No batteries that go out at a moment's notice. No display that disappears for not apparent reason. Very simple to work and easy to re-set.
|by Sue Cummings||Date Added: Sunday 10 November, 2013|
This little counter works well and seems well built. It was VERY inexpensive but very satisfactory. It's a good value.
|by Douglas Gaasvig||Date Added: Sunday 03 November, 2013|
I bought this 8 years ago to keep count of shots on goal during hockey games. This Robic Taly Counter is very well made and is still going strong.
|by I. Ojeda||Date Added: Friday 01 November, 2013|
This product was very inexpensive, and well made. I wanted something cheap because we are just using it for fun, and this really did the trick. The shipping was quick too.
|by Ronald C. Ward "r"||Date Added: Sunday 27 October, 2013|
I originally purchased the Robic M-357 Tally Counter. After purchasing it found d it was shipped on a slow boat from China. Took 4 weeks to get to me. I needed it faster so I purchased the S.P. Richards counter, which I received in 3 days. After using the two counter side by side, the Richards is better. The push button on the Richards registers at about a 3/4 length of the push on the plunger. The Robic needs to be pushed all the way down, making it easy to miss a count. Richards brand seem to be sturdier, and has a larger wire that forms the finger piece in the top, the Robic is thinner and probably weaker.