Summary: My boss had one of these calculators. After several years, it started having display issues. She expected I would have to pay close to $200 to replace it. She was very pleased with Amazon's $65 price. Great deal on a quality product.
Excerpt: This calculator stopped working after 6 months of light use. Staples will accept a return on a "business machine" for only 14 days after purchase. The Canon warranty allows me to mail the calculator to an address in Illinois - no phone contact, no turn around time given. Not great customer service.
Excerpt: We bought 7 of these calculators for our office about 2 years ago. They're great, except... after about a year the display screen on 3 of the calculators went bad. When this occured the display screen no longer shows the correct number - e.g. the digit "8" might be displayed as the digit "1".
Summary: We bought six of these calculators for our office. After about a year the displays all started going bad. e.g. in one position on the display the digit "8" would be displayed as a "7" or a "1". We sent 1 back to Canon and heard nothing and we're sending the other 2 back to them this week.
Summary: pros: legible and clear 2-color display, all the std printing calculator functions we've come to expect, good tactile feedback/solid keyboard feel, good price cons: big (9 inch x 14 inch footprint), ink lightens up when printing numbers with lots of digits, doesn't handle sum-of-product grand total like many Sharp calculators Overall: good for what it does, but if you can do without the 2-color display, you can certainly do better.
Excerpt: Paid more money than others thinking i was getting a quality product "WRONG" Digital Display Lasted just when the warranty was over. Dont waste your money ! I had pocket calculators last longer. Canon Suggest you find a new digital display supplier. Looks like im not the only one who had this issue.