The name Curtis Mathes probably doesn’t ring a bell with most, but in the 1970′s-early 80′s, the company was a well-known TV manufacturer in the U.S. They produced some memorable television commercials by saying they had “the most expensive television set in America – and darn well worth it”. Curtis Mathes also offered longer warranties than their competitors.
No, Office Zone doesn’t sell television sets, but we do feature a vendor called Semacon that has a lot in common with the Curtis Mathes company and their business philosophy. Semacon produces high-quality bill and coin counters. The engineering standards are much higher than most machines in their class, that’s why the company’s products come in at a typically higher price point. Semacon money counting machines have a strong reputation in the industry for high quality standards and longevity.
Like Curtis Mathes of old, Semacon is not afraid to say their bill counters may be more of an investment up front, but the cost savings over the years more than make up the difference. High-end Semacon bill counters are especially unique. They feature a fan filtration system that eliminates contaminated dust and particles. This helps prevent the build-up of dust, dirt and other grimy stuff. It is also nice for people who have asthma or are sensitive to dust-filled air.
Semacon machines, such as the S-1400 series, break up brand new bills that typically stick together, thanks to an agitation feature. Best of all, Semacon offers a factory warranty that stands out from the rest: one-year warranty on parts, labor, and shipping. That’s correct, shipping both ways is covered by Semacon.
Be sure to take a closer look at the Semacon money counting line today.
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