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7.3 out of 10

Canon P1-DHV G

Environmentally-friendly, the P1-DHV-G performs advanced calcula Read more

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Reviews and Problems with Canon P1-DHV G

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Overall 10

Good product, I recommend,

xxragosaxx, Ebay
3 May 2013
  • Summary: Works great! I like that you have the option of a printed receipt. I use at the end of the year while figuring my taxes
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Overall 10

Printing calculator

mollymagoo135, Amazon
24 May 2014
  • Summary: This is a great little machine. I can carry it in my briefcase. Can also be used off printing mode.
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Overall 10

For bookkeeping for home and small business, this is a great tool (especially when trying to balance the books)!

Sheila McVicar, Amazon
18 September 2013
  • Summary: It took me a while to learn how this calculator worked, as I've used many types over the last 45 years in different situations. I have found this one quite useful, especially when trying to balance my chekbook, among other things.
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Overall 10

Canon Held Held "green" Printing Calculator

A. Loeffler, Amazon
31 March 2013
  • Summary: Excellent small hand held calculator. Basic functions are extremely easy to use including the direct subtraction function. Buttons are large enough for easy use and display is very easy to read. Can be used with batteries only and also can be used with an included electrical adapter. Tax related function buttons easy to use. This calculator is easier to use than a large multi-function calculator.
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Overall 4

Environmentally friendly, but poor design

B Fraser, Amazon
15 March 2011
  • Summary: I bought this calculator because I needed a printing calculator with an AC plug in. I noticed that it had been returned to the store by someone else. Now I know why. It's a nice looking machine, and it prints clear, sharp text, but it has design problems. The following things about this calculator are just plain goofy. 1. The display shows nice, tall digits, but the decimal point is so small as to be almost invisible.
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