Dri Mark Smart-money Counterfeit Bill Detector Pen with Coil and Clip
Item Number: DRI351BCL
Our Price: $5.08 / EA (savings $2.67)
Quantity in Stock: 169
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- Ideal for use in busy retail environments
- Can be used with other detection methods
- Amber line means bill is genuine
- Black or brown line means bill is suspect
Counterfeit Money Detector Pen with security coil is ideal for use in busy retail environments. This quick, inexpensive, currency-screening device can be used in conjunction with other counterfeit detection methods. Mark a small line on U.S. currency. When mark is amber, the bill is genuine. If mark is black or dark brown, the bill is suspect.
Manufacturer: Dri Mark Products, Inc
Manufacturer Part Number: 351BCL
Manufacturer Website Address: http://www.drimark.com
Product Name: Counterfeit Money Detector Pen
Packaged Quantity: 12 / Each
Application/Usage: Currency Screening
- Mark a line on bill
- Marking Color: Amber
- Counterfeit Indication Mark: Black, Dark Brown
- If amber mark turns black or dark brown, the bill is suspect
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