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Exact Change Holder

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Exact Change Holder by Glench Oct 26, 2012
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An exact change holder. This thing carries 3 quarters, 2 dimes, 1 nickel, and 4 pennies. Using this amount of change, you can produce any amount of money under and including a dollar. Say goodbye to getting change back when paying cash for things!

This is a fork of the original exact change holder on thingiverse. I've added deeper penny wells because they were way too shallow and added rounded corners for easier manipulation in wallets. The only potential problem with this still is that the wells are all a little too wide. I prefer this as it is easy to get change out, but it is not a snug fit.

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Shouldn't it be 3 quarters, 2 nickels, 1 dime, and 4 pennies?

Reminds me a story that I heard during a vacation in Florida.  One of the bridges used to be a toll bridge -- and the toll at the time was a dime.  There was one high-roller in town that would always hold up a $100 bill and said that's all he had at the moment.  The attendant, unable to make change, always let him go on without paying.  One evening, the high-roller again produced the $100 from his wallet.  The attendant on duty was ready this time, and gave him $99.90 in dimes so that he would always have a dime to pay the toll in the future...

Nice! I'll be adding this to my pocket.
The only issue I can see is that if you always give exact change, you will run out of coins!

 Are you telling me that you don't have at least 8lbs of change in a jar at home?

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