Summary: Just the right size for the back pocket. Works great and I like the fact it uses a battery instead of solar powered. The cover is nice to keep it clean and to keep you from pressing the buttons by mistake.
Summary: Granted the calculator is only $3.99 and the calculator I got has the same serial number listed on this website, but the calculator pictured here is aqua blue, pretty, and streamlined. In fact, someone mentioned that it was pocket sized. Well, it appears someone in manufacturing pulled a switch-a-roo somewhere because the calculator I got is really a dull dark blue with a non-matching white back portion. It is not what I would call pocket size, as someone mentioned here.
Summary: Why is this marketed for "Youth"? I hesitated to buy it because the copy indicated it was not for us older people but it's perfect for me and I'm well past childhood, ha ha. Why so great? I'll tell ya: 1. Has necessary functions including percent, square root, memories plus and minus. 2. Doesn't have all those extra functions that remind me of my struggles with calculus <grin>. 3.
Summary: We purchased this for our grandson. He was having trouble with math. I guess that is not a new problem. He finished H S with a GED. He now has an excellent job. That is something in this down economy. Thanks seller and Amazon.
Summary: This is a fun sturdy inexpensive calculator, without too many buttons to confuse things for kids. It does just enough stuff to be fun, and for the kids to feel like they understand what all the buttons do. We've had these for several years and they're still going strong.
Summary: I bought this for my nephew's first day of kindergarten. I needed something that cost just $3 to offset a $6 shipping charge. He loves this calculator and now he'll never have to learn pesky arithmatic!
Summary: I was looking for a small quality calculator for my daughter; who is an RN. When I received this calculator, I took it out of the package to try it. I loved it! It is perfect; an attached cover, not bulky, nice key size and touch, pocket sized, and fits right into her scrub pockets. Many of her coworkers ask to borrow it. Great choice! It is now April 9, 2009. The little calculators are still going strong in mechanics and structure.