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Casio PCRT-280 Cash Register

$109.99

Shipping Cost: Free!

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Casio PCRT-280 Cash Register

Provides more functionality for medium sized business than the entry level models.  Starting with the ability to track up to 1200 PLU items the PCR-T280 provides more specific item sales.  The PCR-T280 also offers 58mm thermal printer for fast and quiet printing.  There is a built-in customer display so customers can monitor items being purchased and the final total they owe.  In addition you have five (5) department keys, eight (8) clerk totals, the multi-purpose tray and an anti-bacterial keyboard.

Features

  • More functionality for medium sized business than the entry level models
  • Tracks up to 1200 PLU items
  • 58mm thermal printer for fast and quiet printing
  • Built-in customer display
  • 5 department keys and 8 clerk totals
  • Multi-purpose tray and anti-bacterial keyboard
  • 12 1/2" W x 7" H x 13 1/2" D; 11.3 lbs

Shipping Cost: Free!

Return Policy: Within 30 in the original packaging

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  • 4 of 5 stars
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  • Great register   »   Most Recent Review “This register is great. It's compact and once programmed, easy to use. I would agree with the other reviews that the instructions are frustrating.”
  • So far so good...   »   Most Helpful Reviews “Bought this for our small retail store. Seems like it will work just fine - the set up was a little confusing, but not too bad - just have to read very carefully and try and…”
  • not user friendly at all   »   Most Helpful Critical Reviews “I am a functioning person having owned my own business(es) for over 10 years now. This unit was difficult to program...I actually have run out of time to commit to programming it,…”