Tuesday, March 31, 2009

Denwa Ginjou Coin Bank - Import Preorder

«©NCSX» During the Great Depression, many citizens went from putting their savings in banks to stuffing their mattresses with wads of cash. Think of it as a learned response after thousands of banks went belly up and cash/credit became dear. Instead of using a mattress as a store of currency, NCS recommends the Denwa Ginjou Coin Bank from Targa. The deleveraging process that started in 2007 is likely to continue for at least 2 more years as wealth is wrung out the global financial system. Although the savings of millions has been vanquished over the past year, it's never too late to start saving again for the next round of wealth destruction. The Denwa Ginjou bank accepts coins of all sizes and is designed to look like an old school rotary phone. The product solicitation states that the bank will play one of 10 random Showa era jingles whenever a coin is inserted into the slot. Songs include "Always - Sunset in the Third Street," "I want to return on that day," and "Boyhood." The bank is made of ABS and runs on two AA batteries (not included). Dimensions: H170 x W100 x D110mm. Preorders ship in August.

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