CNMP170DH

Canon Printing Calculator with Calendar

12 Character(s) - Fluorescent - Power Adapter Powered - 2.6" x 7.7" x 9.8" - Gray

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12-digit, angled fluorescent display; prints 2.3 lps in 2 colors (Black + / Red -) on 2-1/4" W paper
Quiet, serial impact printer; non-add print key for dates/reference numbers; clock/calendar function
Offers time calculation, profit margin calculation, quick tax calculation and sign change
Also offers round up/off/down switch, item count, markup/markdown, memory, add mode and grand total
Decimal positions (+, 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, floating); operates on AC power with AC adapter (included)
  • Additional Info
SKU
CNMP170DH
Manufacturer
Canon, Inc
Manufacturer Part Number
P170DH
Brand Name
Canon
Product Model
P170-DH
Product Type
Printing Calculator
Color
Greys
Limited Warranty
1 Year
Weight (Approximate)
2.00 lb
Recycled
No
Print Speed
2.3lps
Power Source
Power Adapter

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  • Q:

    How do you subtract on this machine?
    Asked on 6/2/2015 by jack from Powell Ohio

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    • A:

      On the third column from the right, the second button is the minus (-) sign. This is what you will use to subtract. If you need the manual, please visit Canon's website or by calling their customer care at (800) 652-2666.

      Answered on 6/2/2015 by Sotheur from LDStaff
  • Q:

    Does this have a very good display of the subtotal amount on tape?

    Casio was a disappoint because I didn't like the way they displayed numbers on tape, subtotal, and display of the numbers on tape.
    Asked on 9/2/2014 by Anonymous

    1 answer

    • A:

      I am sorry to hear about the disappointment with Casio! For this printing calculator I have attached a photo for your viewing. I hope it displays enough so that you can see the numbers on the tape receipt. This is what the print outs would look like.

      Answered on 9/4/2014 by Shoshana
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Canon Printing Calculator with Calendar
 
1.5

(based on 19 reviews)

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Most Liked Positive Review

 

works great

I am a CPA who wants an adding machine that does all the basic things well. This adding machine does & is the perfect size.

I am a CPA who wants an adding machine that does all the basic things well. This adding machine does & is the perfect size.

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Locks up repeatedly

As the office manager of a small business I needed a new calculator and Canon always seemed to be a reliable product for me. Not this time. Within about a month the keys would...Read complete review

As the office manager of a small business I needed a new calculator and Canon always seemed to be a reliable product for me. Not this time. Within about a month the keys would lock up and I'd have to turn it off and back on to get anything to work. Some days it seems to lock up more than want to actually work. I wouldn't recommend this model to anyone. When I'm running long tapes of numbers and it freezes up it wastes a huge amount of my time. I hate to ask the boss for a new one when this is only 6 months old. Such a waste of money. Otherwise I like it's functions and feel.

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1.0

Loud and Clunky

By Jlamc

from Undisclosed

Comments about Canon Printing Calculator with Calendar:

I bought this calculator a little over a month ago and it has stopped working. It turns on but when you press any key, nothing happens. When it did work, it was very loud and had a clunky feel. Don't waste your money!

 
2.0

Disappointed!

By TeresaB

from Texas

Comments about Canon Printing Calculator with Calendar:

I have used Canon calculators for many years, but this one just isn't the same quality. The keys stick constantly and they are much harder to push than my last one.

 
1.0

product less than expected

By Mari

from North Carolina, United States

Comments about Canon Printing Calculator with Calendar:

i have used Canon for over 30 years and this is an awful product. The subtraction key is always getting stuck. Wastes time~that none of have at work. Wont stand behind them anymore. This one is only 2 years old. Previous ones lasted for over 20 years.. Maybe that's the intent...but it wont make me buy anymore.

 
1.0

don't buy won't print

By BillyJack

from Ocean City, MD

Verified Buyer

Comments about Canon Printing Calculator with Calendar:

I can't give this calculator a rating but had to release my comments. I bought this calculator for my wife & asked how she liked it to find out she doesn't like because it won't print. I immediately contacted LD to see procedure I should follow in returning it & was told LD would get back to me and they haven't & 3-4 days have passed.

(3 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

 
1.0

awful

By rhonda

from Vienna Center, Ohio, United States

Comments about Canon Printing Calculator with Calendar:

What a piece of junk. Dont waste your money. My calculator works better then this,my check book was all screwed up

(4 of 6 customers found this review helpful)

 
1.0

Poor excuse for a calculator.....

By Sue Office Manager

from White Sulphur Springs, WV, United States

Comments about Canon Printing Calculator with Calendar:

When you change the ribbon you get nothing - it is not any darker than before changing and I make sure the ribbons are not dried out or old.

(5 of 7 customers found this review helpful)

 
1.0

did not last long

By tiger thedog

from Chicago, IL, United States

Verified Buyer

Comments about Canon Printing Calculator with Calendar:

died in just over a year? did just fine for a while yet not good for the money

(6 of 6 customers found this review helpful)

 
2.0

Locks up repeatedly

By trees77

from North Eastern Wisconsin

Comments about Canon Printing Calculator with Calendar:

As the office manager of a small business I needed a new calculator and Canon always seemed to be a reliable product for me. Not this time. Within about a month the keys would lock up and I'd have to turn it off and back on to get anything to work. Some days it seems to lock up more than want to actually work. I wouldn't recommend this model to anyone. When I'm running long tapes of numbers and it freezes up it wastes a huge amount of my time. I hate to ask the boss for a new one when this is only 6 months old. Such a waste of money. Otherwise I like it's functions and feel.

(4 of 6 customers found this review helpful)

 
1.0

Waste of Money

By Shonny

from Oregon

Comments about Canon Printing Calculator with Calendar:

I have always used a Canon calculator so when I needed a new one I didn't hesitate to buy this. I wish I had bought something else. The #4 key sticks terribly and when putting in repetitive numbers it quite often gets stuck and puts in more than I intend. I think this will go to junk pile. Not even goodwill because it's worthless.

(7 of 7 customers found this review helpful)

 
1.0

Very disapointed

By stuck with it

from Los Angeles, CA

Comments about Canon Printing Calculator with Calendar:

I have used this same older model of calculator in my business of bookkeeping in the past and have always been very happy but not anymore. Am using it at home (not much use) and it started falling apart quite quickly Stuck keys or inoperable keys. Will Canon stand behind their product?

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