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CAROUSEL Classic Jr Gumball Machine Bank
CAROUSEL Classic Jr Gumball Machine Bank
CAROUSEL Classic Jr Gumball Machine Bank
CAROUSEL Classic Jr Gumball Machine Bank

CAROUSEL Classic Jr Gumball Machine Bank

CAROUSEL Classic Jr Gumball Machine Bank
CAROUSEL Classic Jr Gumball Machine Bank
CAROUSEL Classic Jr Gumball Machine Bank
CAROUSEL Classic Jr Gumball Machine Bank
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Features

  • Real glass gumball machine globe
  • Cast metal gumball machine base, lid, and coin mechanism
  • Accepts any coins (quarters, dimes, nickels, pennies)
  • Includes instructions for "free spin to work without coins
  • Dispenses small gumballs (.62" or smaller), candy, or nuts

Description

The original Junior Carousel Gumball Machine is a smaller version of the classic gumball machine that set the standard for bubble gum machines when they were first introduced in the 1920's - almost 90 years ago. This brand new replica antique gumball machine is guaranteed authentic made by Carousel/Ford Gum Machine. Don’t settle for cheap imitations! At 11.5” tall, this old fashioned gumball machine is perfect for home, office or dorm room use. It’s also a great gumball machine for kids because it works as a gumball machine bank that helps teach how to save money. Kids of all ages love to put a coin in and guess which color they’ll get! Availability: Plenty in stock! Your order will ship the same day if its placed before 12:00pm Mountain Time Mon-Fri. Otherwise your order will ship on the next business day. Great gift idea! This is a great gumball machine for kids - it works as a bank that rewards them with a gumball every time they put a coin into their savings. The smaller photo above shows the Junior Carousel’s colorful gift box (shipped in a plain outer box).


Product Dimensions 12.09 x 7.09 x 6.89 inches


Item Weight 2.85 pounds


ASIN B00111N6RG


Item model number CHJRCAR


Manufacturer recommended age 12 months and up


Best Sellers Rank #11,466 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games) #26 in Money & Banking Play Toys #6,134 in Preschool Toys


Customer Reviews 4.6 out of 5 stars 971 ratings 4.6 out of 5 stars


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer No


Mfg Recommended age 12 months and up


Manufacturer Carousel


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Unless otherwise stated above, most products arrive within 2-3 business days. Larger items may take 6-9 business days. Tracking information will be automatically provided as soon as your order ships.


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Features

  • Real glass gumball machine globe
  • Cast metal gumball machine base, lid, and coin mechanism
  • Accepts any coins (quarters, dimes, nickels, pennies)
  • Includes instructions for "free spin to work without coins
  • Dispenses small gumballs (.62" or smaller), candy, or nuts

Description

The original Junior Carousel Gumball Machine is a smaller version of the classic gumball machine that set the standard for bubble gum machines when they were first introduced in the 1920's - almost 90 years ago. This brand new replica antique gumball machine is guaranteed authentic made by Carousel/Ford Gum Machine. Don’t settle for cheap imitations! At 11.5” tall, this old fashioned gumball machine is perfect for home, office or dorm room use. It’s also a great gumball machine for kids because it works as a gumball machine bank that helps teach how to save money. Kids of all ages love to put a coin in and guess which color they’ll get! Availability: Plenty in stock! Your order will ship the same day if its placed before 12:00pm Mountain Time Mon-Fri. Otherwise your order will ship on the next business day. Great gift idea! This is a great gumball machine for kids - it works as a bank that rewards them with a gumball every time they put a coin into their savings. The smaller photo above shows the Junior Carousel’s colorful gift box (shipped in a plain outer box).


Product Dimensions 12.09 x 7.09 x 6.89 inches


Item Weight 2.85 pounds


ASIN B00111N6RG


Item model number CHJRCAR


Manufacturer recommended age 12 months and up


Best Sellers Rank #11,466 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games) #26 in Money & Banking Play Toys #6,134 in Preschool Toys


Customer Reviews 4.6 out of 5 stars 971 ratings 4.6 out of 5 stars


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer No


Mfg Recommended age 12 months and up


Manufacturer Carousel


Shipping

This product includes free shipping to all US addresses.


Delivery

Unless otherwise stated above, most products arrive within 2-3 business days. Larger items may take 6-9 business days. Tracking information will be automatically provided as soon as your order ships.


View our full shipping policy here.

Returns

This product can be returned within 30 days of delivery for a full refund. Please visit our returns center to begin a return.

View our full returns policy here.

Features

  • Real glass gumball machine globe
  • Cast metal gumball machine base, lid, and coin mechanism
  • Accepts any coins (quarters, dimes, nickels, pennies)
  • Includes instructions for "free spin to work without coins
  • Dispenses small gumballs (.62" or smaller), candy, or nuts

Description

The original Junior Carousel Gumball Machine is a smaller version of the classic gumball machine that set the standard for bubble gum machines when they were first introduced in the 1920's - almost 90 years ago. This brand new replica antique gumball machine is guaranteed authentic made by Carousel/Ford Gum Machine. Don’t settle for cheap imitations! At 11.5” tall, this old fashioned gumball machine is perfect for home, office or dorm room use. It’s also a great gumball machine for kids because it works as a gumball machine bank that helps teach how to save money. Kids of all ages love to put a coin in and guess which color they’ll get! Availability: Plenty in stock! Your order will ship the same day if its placed before 12:00pm Mountain Time Mon-Fri. Otherwise your order will ship on the next business day. Great gift idea! This is a great gumball machine for kids - it works as a bank that rewards them with a gumball every time they put a coin into their savings. The smaller photo above shows the Junior Carousel’s colorful gift box (shipped in a plain outer box).


Product Dimensions 12.09 x 7.09 x 6.89 inches


Item Weight 2.85 pounds


ASIN B00111N6RG


Item model number CHJRCAR


Manufacturer recommended age 12 months and up


Best Sellers Rank #11,466 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games) #26 in Money & Banking Play Toys #6,134 in Preschool Toys


Customer Reviews 4.6 out of 5 stars 971 ratings 4.6 out of 5 stars


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer No


Mfg Recommended age 12 months and up


Manufacturer Carousel


abunda_amazon_reviews I bought one to keep M&Ms at my office desk - who doesn't need some emergency chocolate? It's extremely cute, very old-school bubblegum machine design. There are two reasons I'm taking off a star: it's not especially easy to set it to "free spin" mode (which is to say, I haven't figured out how to do it) -- I just keep a little pile of pennies next to the machine, so it's not a huge deal, but it would have been nice... and if you put larger-sized (peanut M&M/peanut butter M&M) candies in there, it really limits how many pop out in a single turn (2-3), even if you set the dispenser to the maximum aperture. The mechanism also crushed some of the softer peanut butter M&Ms. I now keep a combination of peanut and regular M&Ms in there, and it seems to have optimized the dispensation. (Dang, this is a nerdy-sounding review.) Suffice it to say, it's a really nice little machine, and while it's not quite perfect, I liked it enough to buy another one as a gift later!;;Reviewed in the United States on January 26, 2018;;4.0 out of 5 stars;;it's not especially easy to set it to "free spin" mode (which is ...;;Jenny;;;I filled it with pencil top erasers! Totally works! I had to set it to the smallest dispensing size which was easy enough with a phillips head screwdriver. Sometimes it drops more than one eraser, but its rare. Overall very fun classroom edition and my students love it. Now they are funding the purchase of additional classroom supplies. Two thumbs up!;;Reviewed in the United States on April 10, 2019;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;Great Classroom Purchase;;pattie;;;My 11 yr old is an avid gum chewer so I ordered this for him for Christmas. The product arrived unscathed, it's very nice quality. The glass globe is thin and could break if handled rough but i'd expect most globes are about the same thickness. It does come with an instruction sheet and diagram of the parts which is useful. It's base is very solid and heavy and it's bright red in color. It was put to use immediately and though the gum we ordered was smaller in diameter then the typical size the machine works just fine. The crank is a bit hard to turn with it being so new, but it's not a problem for my kid. I would, with how it works and all, say that this would be a machine for 10+ years old, or with supervision with younger kids. Filling the machine isn't as easy for younger children and takes a delicate hand to remove the top. All and all I can see this product lasting near a lifetime if the components are as well put together as I think. It's a solid unit and absolutely worth the price. If I com across problems in the future i'll amend my review.;;Reviewed in the United States on January 3, 2019;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;Great purchase;;Cheli540;;;My kids LOVE this thing, and so do I. I haven’t tried the trick to getting a “free spin” but it’s worked fine with quarters. (My kids earn quarters with little chores–I’m going to hold off on letting them know this thing would take pennies...) Anyway, the reviews are true—the glass is pretty thin. Mine broke, but it was totally my fault. I was trying to get the quarters out of the bottom, but was having trouble because the hole is a great size for quarters (which we’ve just established was all that was in there) to slide past. So, being the creative thinker that I am, I decided to, duh, shake the machine. I channeled a bit too much of my inner Lenny apparently because the glass broke. On the bright side, it didn’t shatter. A piece (the size of about TWO quarters) broke off cleanly. I have yet to call about a replacement piece, but it sounds like they’re just as expensive as the machine. So for now, I’m using some good ol’ packing tape. Kids don’t seem to mind—they just want what they came for.;;Reviewed in the United States on August 26, 2018;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;Incentive for good behavior;;P. Sands;;;Bummed that the shoot holder is so small. If you intend on putting anything else other than gum balls in here beware that it is very hard to get out. Especially if you have large hands. I purchased this for work to hold my M&M's because I was tired of some of my co-workers banging the spoon on my ceramic dish. I didn't want it to get broken so I figured this would be a great option. Only now my M&M's might get stale because no one is coming to get any because they have such a hard time getting them out.;;Reviewed in the United States on December 3, 2018;;4.0 out of 5 stars;;Disappointingly small;;Katrina S.;;;Very well made for the cost of it. Works very well also. Bought two of them as christmass presents for two college kids. Now almost a year later both are still being used and work. Only thing I was told is sometimes they chew up the M&M's but I'm guess they just need to be adjusted to handle them. They also work great with mike n Ike's. Only reason I gave it 4 stars is the glass is kinda thin. If dropped or you over tighten the top it will break. Other than that, no complaints.;;Reviewed in the United States on September 10, 2017;;4.0 out of 5 stars;;Good buy;;Michael M.;;;Well made item real glass but I recieved a defective one i believe. My machine will spin multiple times after coin is inserted and not dispense any gum. The customer service is subpar slow response and limited options seems like they could care less. My suggestion on purchase is I believe most will work but dont depend on seller if it doesnt.;;Reviewed in the United States on April 10, 2019;;1.0 out of 5 stars;;Bad service;;Jcall55;;;The only thing my son wanted for his birthday this year was a real gumball/candy machine that took coins. I looked at a lot of gumball machines on amazon and am so happy we decided to buy this one. As soon as my son opened it he was thrilled. He loved that it looked like a real gumball machine and didn’t look like a toy. He likes the glass dome because it looks more real. And he loves that it takes real coins. This gumball machine doesn’t look cheap it looks very nice. We have it set up on our basement bar and it looks very nice. We put mike and Ike’s in it and have had no problem. Only 2 or 3 come out at a time but that’s great as it limits how many the kids are eating. I found it really easy to fill and use. Very happy with this item. I would strongly recommend.;;Reviewed in the United States on August 20, 2019;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;Exceeded my expectations!;;Hettie72

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Delivery

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Returns

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Top Amazon Reviews


4.0 out of 5 stars
By Jenny - Reviewed in the United States on January 26, 2018
it's not especially easy to set it to "free spin" mode (which is ...
I bought one to keep M&Ms at my office desk - who doesn't need some emergency chocolate? It's extremely cute, very old-school bubblegum machine design. There are two reasons I'm taking off a star: it's not especially easy to set it to "free spin" mode (which is to say, I haven't figured out how to do it) -- I just keep a little pile of pennies next to the machine, so it's not a huge deal, but it would have been nice... and if you put larger-sized (peanut M&M/peanut butter M&M) candies in there, it really limits how many pop out in a single turn (2-3), even if you set the dispenser to the maximum aperture. The mechanism also crushed some of the softer peanut butter M&Ms. I now keep a combination of peanut and regular M&Ms in there, and it seems to have optimized the dispensation. (Dang, this is a nerdy-sounding review.) Suffice it to say, it's a really nice little machine, and while it's not quite perfect, I liked it enough to buy another one as a gift later!

5.0 out of 5 stars
By pattie - Reviewed in the United States on April 10, 2019
Great Classroom Purchase
I filled it with pencil top erasers! Totally works! I had to set it to the smallest dispensing size which was easy enough with a phillips head screwdriver. Sometimes it drops more than one eraser, but its rare. Overall very fun classroom edition and my students love it. Now they are funding the purchase of additional classroom supplies. Two thumbs up!

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Cheli540 - Reviewed in the United States on January 3, 2019
Great purchase
My 11 yr old is an avid gum chewer so I ordered this for him for Christmas. The product arrived unscathed, it's very nice quality. The glass globe is thin and could break if handled rough but i'd expect most globes are about the same thickness. It does come with an instruction sheet and diagram of the parts which is useful. It's base is very solid and heavy and it's bright red in color. It was put to use immediately and though the gum we ordered was smaller in diameter then the typical size the machine works just fine. The crank is a bit hard to turn with it being so new, but it's not a problem for my kid. I would, with how it works and all, say that this would be a machine for 10+ years old, or with supervision with younger kids. Filling the machine isn't as easy for younger children and takes a delicate hand to remove the top. All and all I can see this product lasting near a lifetime if the components are as well put together as I think. It's a solid unit and absolutely worth the price. If I com across problems in the future i'll amend my review.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By P. Sands - Reviewed in the United States on August 26, 2018
Incentive for good behavior
My kids LOVE this thing, and so do I. I haven’t tried the trick to getting a “free spin” but it’s worked fine with quarters. (My kids earn quarters with little chores–I’m going to hold off on letting them know this thing would take pennies...) Anyway, the reviews are true—the glass is pretty thin. Mine broke, but it was totally my fault. I was trying to get the quarters out of the bottom, but was having trouble because the hole is a great size for quarters (which we’ve just established was all that was in there) to slide past. So, being the creative thinker that I am, I decided to, duh, shake the machine. I channeled a bit too much of my inner Lenny apparently because the glass broke. On the bright side, it didn’t shatter. A piece (the size of about TWO quarters) broke off cleanly. I have yet to call about a replacement piece, but it sounds like they’re just as expensive as the machine. So for now, I’m using some good ol’ packing tape. Kids don’t seem to mind—they just want what they came for.

4.0 out of 5 stars
By Katrina S. - Reviewed in the United States on December 3, 2018
Disappointingly small
Bummed that the shoot holder is so small. If you intend on putting anything else other than gum balls in here beware that it is very hard to get out. Especially if you have large hands. I purchased this for work to hold my M&M's because I was tired of some of my co-workers banging the spoon on my ceramic dish. I didn't want it to get broken so I figured this would be a great option. Only now my M&M's might get stale because no one is coming to get any because they have such a hard time getting them out.

4.0 out of 5 stars
By Michael M. - Reviewed in the United States on September 10, 2017
Good buy
Very well made for the cost of it. Works very well also. Bought two of them as christmass presents for two college kids. Now almost a year later both are still being used and work. Only thing I was told is sometimes they chew up the M&M's but I'm guess they just need to be adjusted to handle them. They also work great with mike n Ike's. Only reason I gave it 4 stars is the glass is kinda thin. If dropped or you over tighten the top it will break. Other than that, no complaints.

1.0 out of 5 stars
By Jcall55 - Reviewed in the United States on April 10, 2019
Bad service
Well made item real glass but I recieved a defective one i believe. My machine will spin multiple times after coin is inserted and not dispense any gum. The customer service is subpar slow response and limited options seems like they could care less. My suggestion on purchase is I believe most will work but dont depend on seller if it doesnt.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Hettie72 - Reviewed in the United States on August 20, 2019
Exceeded my expectations!
The only thing my son wanted for his birthday this year was a real gumball/candy machine that took coins. I looked at a lot of gumball machines on amazon and am so happy we decided to buy this one. As soon as my son opened it he was thrilled. He loved that it looked like a real gumball machine and didn’t look like a toy. He likes the glass dome because it looks more real. And he loves that it takes real coins. This gumball machine doesn’t look cheap it looks very nice. We have it set up on our basement bar and it looks very nice. We put mike and Ike’s in it and have had no problem. Only 2 or 3 come out at a time but that’s great as it limits how many the kids are eating. I found it really easy to fill and use. Very happy with this item. I would strongly recommend.

Recent Reviews


4.0 out of 5 stars
By Jenny - Reviewed in the United States on January 26, 2018
it's not especially easy to set it to "free spin" mode (which is ...
I bought one to keep M&Ms at my office desk - who doesn't need some emergency chocolate? It's extremely cute, very old-school bubblegum machine design. There are two reasons I'm taking off a star: it's not especially easy to set it to "free spin" mode (which is to say, I haven't figured out how to do it) -- I just keep a little pile of pennies next to the machine, so it's not a huge deal, but it would have been nice... and if you put larger-sized (peanut M&M/peanut butter M&M) candies in there, it really limits how many pop out in a single turn (2-3), even if you set the dispenser to the maximum aperture. The mechanism also crushed some of the softer peanut butter M&Ms. I now keep a combination of peanut and regular M&Ms in there, and it seems to have optimized the dispensation. (Dang, this is a nerdy-sounding review.) Suffice it to say, it's a really nice little machine, and while it's not quite perfect, I liked it enough to buy another one as a gift later!

5.0 out of 5 stars
By pattie - Reviewed in the United States on April 10, 2019
Great Classroom Purchase
I filled it with pencil top erasers! Totally works! I had to set it to the smallest dispensing size which was easy enough with a phillips head screwdriver. Sometimes it drops more than one eraser, but its rare. Overall very fun classroom edition and my students love it. Now they are funding the purchase of additional classroom supplies. Two thumbs up!

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Cheli540 - Reviewed in the United States on January 3, 2019
Great purchase
My 11 yr old is an avid gum chewer so I ordered this for him for Christmas. The product arrived unscathed, it's very nice quality. The glass globe is thin and could break if handled rough but i'd expect most globes are about the same thickness. It does come with an instruction sheet and diagram of the parts which is useful. It's base is very solid and heavy and it's bright red in color. It was put to use immediately and though the gum we ordered was smaller in diameter then the typical size the machine works just fine. The crank is a bit hard to turn with it being so new, but it's not a problem for my kid. I would, with how it works and all, say that this would be a machine for 10+ years old, or with supervision with younger kids. Filling the machine isn't as easy for younger children and takes a delicate hand to remove the top. All and all I can see this product lasting near a lifetime if the components are as well put together as I think. It's a solid unit and absolutely worth the price. If I com across problems in the future i'll amend my review.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By P. Sands - Reviewed in the United States on August 26, 2018
Incentive for good behavior
My kids LOVE this thing, and so do I. I haven’t tried the trick to getting a “free spin” but it’s worked fine with quarters. (My kids earn quarters with little chores–I’m going to hold off on letting them know this thing would take pennies...) Anyway, the reviews are true—the glass is pretty thin. Mine broke, but it was totally my fault. I was trying to get the quarters out of the bottom, but was having trouble because the hole is a great size for quarters (which we’ve just established was all that was in there) to slide past. So, being the creative thinker that I am, I decided to, duh, shake the machine. I channeled a bit too much of my inner Lenny apparently because the glass broke. On the bright side, it didn’t shatter. A piece (the size of about TWO quarters) broke off cleanly. I have yet to call about a replacement piece, but it sounds like they’re just as expensive as the machine. So for now, I’m using some good ol’ packing tape. Kids don’t seem to mind—they just want what they came for.

4.0 out of 5 stars
By Katrina S. - Reviewed in the United States on December 3, 2018
Disappointingly small
Bummed that the shoot holder is so small. If you intend on putting anything else other than gum balls in here beware that it is very hard to get out. Especially if you have large hands. I purchased this for work to hold my M&M's because I was tired of some of my co-workers banging the spoon on my ceramic dish. I didn't want it to get broken so I figured this would be a great option. Only now my M&M's might get stale because no one is coming to get any because they have such a hard time getting them out.

4.0 out of 5 stars
By Michael M. - Reviewed in the United States on September 10, 2017
Good buy
Very well made for the cost of it. Works very well also. Bought two of them as christmass presents for two college kids. Now almost a year later both are still being used and work. Only thing I was told is sometimes they chew up the M&M's but I'm guess they just need to be adjusted to handle them. They also work great with mike n Ike's. Only reason I gave it 4 stars is the glass is kinda thin. If dropped or you over tighten the top it will break. Other than that, no complaints.

1.0 out of 5 stars
By Jcall55 - Reviewed in the United States on April 10, 2019
Bad service
Well made item real glass but I recieved a defective one i believe. My machine will spin multiple times after coin is inserted and not dispense any gum. The customer service is subpar slow response and limited options seems like they could care less. My suggestion on purchase is I believe most will work but dont depend on seller if it doesnt.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Hettie72 - Reviewed in the United States on August 20, 2019
Exceeded my expectations!
The only thing my son wanted for his birthday this year was a real gumball/candy machine that took coins. I looked at a lot of gumball machines on amazon and am so happy we decided to buy this one. As soon as my son opened it he was thrilled. He loved that it looked like a real gumball machine and didn’t look like a toy. He likes the glass dome because it looks more real. And he loves that it takes real coins. This gumball machine doesn’t look cheap it looks very nice. We have it set up on our basement bar and it looks very nice. We put mike and Ike’s in it and have had no problem. Only 2 or 3 come out at a time but that’s great as it limits how many the kids are eating. I found it really easy to fill and use. Very happy with this item. I would strongly recommend.