Are people still using calculators, over 20 years into the 21st century? At least in Japan, you bet they do! Just go to any shop and you see them right there on the counter, used by staff to show customers how much they must pay and how much change they get. Even bank ATMs often have one glued next to their interfaces to help customers calculate their deposits and withdrawals. But no matter where you go, you probably won't come across a calculator quite as special as the Hacoa Solar-Powered Desktop Calculator!
Making calculators has been one of Japan's specialties for decades and likewise woodworking for centuries. The Hacoa Solar-Powered Desktop Calculator brings these two together in a 108 x 180 x 20 mm (4.3 x 7 x 0.8") device made of beautiful cherry or walnut wood, covered with a transparent urethane varnish for improved durability. It's solar-powered so you won't need to worry about changing its batteries, has a 12-digit LCD screen, and is tilted to make reading the screen easier!
Specs and Features:
- Wood type: cherry, walnut (urethane-covered)
- Display: 12-digit LCD
- Tilted for better visibility
- Dimensions: 108 x 180 x 20 mm (4.3 x 7 x 0.8")
- Weight: approx. 150 g (1.8 oz)
- Power: solar cell
- Nonslip pads on corners