Summary: This is by far the best standard calculator I've ever used. Certain civil service exams don't allow scientific/financial calculators to be used, so this one was perfect. It has a large display, large keys, and displays the arithmetic function you are trying to perform (multiply, subtract, etc).
Summary: I am writing this review not only for this calculator but for its predecessor, the Casio MS-80V which I have owned and used for 32 years and it has been used every day and has not failed. AMAZING!! The battery or the solar panel has never failed and all the buttons and functions still work!
When you need to "run the numbers" this one will add up to a great buy
Road King, Amazon
1 June 2015
Summary: This is a great value for a fine calculator. Large number pads plus an easy to read display make this a terrific machine for seniors or those that spend a lot of time running numbers. The percent key is less than intuitive hence the 4 stars. Once you figure it out it is ok but cumbersome.
Summary: My husband and I are both fussy about calculators. We don't want a tiny one because we want our hands free, and we want a desktop version to be sturdy enough without being huge desk space hogs. This has been the answer for both of us.
Summary: I bought this to replace the almost exact same model Casio calculator that I have had for 17 years. The old one still worked but keys were getting sticky. I used it on my very busy loan officer desk for 17 years, spilled coffee, soda, and ice cream on it and it still worked!
Summary: Can't believe I'm leaving a review for a cheap calculator! It might save someone the trouble of dealing with it though. It's a Casio, they make perfectly good calculators, but this one is a real dud!
Summary: I was looking for a new calculator to use at my desk at work and decided upon this one. This is a solid calculator with a low profile that will help reduce hand strain. The buttons are hard plastic which I prefer over rubber buttons that some other calculators use.