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2nd store from Quarter to Dollar Coin

  • 1.  2nd store from Quarter to Dollar Coin

    Posted 04-16-2018 17:57
    Hi everyone,

       We just finished converting our 2nd store over to DC from Q and it's already a huge success after just about 3 weeks. When we converted our first store over to DC about 2 years ago it was and has be a huge success as well. I just wanted to say this one thing to anyone out there operating on Q's. IT.IS.TIME! This is not a card vs. coin thread, this is Quarter vs Dollar Coin and it's really a no brainer. I believe Larry Adamski was the trailblazer with DC but many more have and are doing it with great success. I was the first in Cincinnati but several others have followed suit and are all happy they did.  The quarter was a great workhorse for our industry but its' useful life is over. Switching from Q to DC is truly a win/win for both our customers (they love DC) and for us as owners as well. With companies like Imonex, Munzprufer, Standard Changers, and others now really getting full steam behind this your options are endless. I've ordered brand new machines with DC mechs from Alliance, retrofit 20 year old machines with new mechs and everything in between. I couldn't be any happier that I have completed store #2's conversion and am already planning my last two stores now.

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    Dave Menz
    Queen City Coin Laundry Chain
    Cincinnati, OH
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  • 2.  RE: 2nd store from Quarter to Dollar Coin

    Posted 04-16-2018 18:12
    Congrats.  I'm sort of jealous and do at some point see that as my next option.   I think I can get my head around the issues from DCO on washers and making that work even with it's limitations.  However, I just know my market (large spanish population) would not take well to having to insert another dollar for an additional 5 minutes of dry time needed.  I see the advantages for owners no doubt but know that right now the drying side 'challenge' is too much to get past.  Guys like Larry are first rate operators who could make it work with PO (penny only)!

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    Ronald Hogan
    Store Owner/ Employee
    Shoreside Laundromat
    Revere MA
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  • 3.  RE: 2nd store from Quarter to Dollar Coin

    Posted 04-16-2018 22:52
    Edited by Linh Nguyen 04-16-2018 22:55
    Dave ,
    very good to hear . I'm very close to DCO but I have a question for you,Larry and everyone with DCO , if your store unattended what do you do with customers they bring their own quarters in ? I gain an average 2,000 quarters ($500) per week . If your store attended and you give customers a flexibility to exchange their quarters to Dollars over the counter ,don't you think that is a time waster for yourself or employee?
     Every time I'm in store some customers asking me to exchange their Dime,Nickle and even Penny to quarter and Dollar coin , which I don't like but I don't refuse . Fun &fact : sometime I working on equipment and I hear a customer asking me: excuse sir ! Can I have a case of quarter ? WTF leave me alone I replied " just kidding " . I have to stop what am I doing and exchange a quarter for them , I'm guessing if I go with DCO they will asking me to exchange quarters to Dollar coins all day long , so what is your thought/advice on this .
     Thanks
    ps . I'm not afraid about vend price on washer,dryer or other vending machines I'm afraid they asking for exchange quarters to dollar coins

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    Linh Nguyen
    Store Owner/ Employee
    Mobile AL
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  • 4.  RE: 2nd store from Quarter to Dollar Coin

    Posted 04-17-2018 04:10
    Linh,

    Prior to my converting from QO to DCO, customers brought rolls of quarters that they obtained from the banks. Some months after the converting, customers started to bring dollar coins from the banks and stop bringing rolls of quarters.

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    J H (John)
    Laundromat Owner
    NYC
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  • 5.  RE: 2nd store from Quarter to Dollar Coin

    Posted 04-17-2018 09:28
    Edited by Paulie B 04-17-2018 09:52
    Thanks Dave for sharing this.

    Switching from Quarter coins to even just a hybrid of Dollar coins on your big machines, and Quarters on your small ones is also  a great move in the right direction.

    Also, you can easily allow both dollar coins and quarters on your dryers.

    I think Imonex has positioned themselves VERY well with their coin mechs to allow Dollar coins, Quarters, and 2 size tokens, as well as a phone payment option called "Clear Token". And any combination of those features. It's a no brainer these days.

    Remember, Dollar coins are now worth what quarters were worth in the 1970's, and back then everybody was quarter coin only, after 1978 or so.

    BTW, with clear token phone payment there are NO Credit Card FEES!

    http://www.imonex.com/Category_ClearToken/
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    Paulie B
    Multiple Mat Owner since 1976
    New York City, NY
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  • 6.  RE: 2nd store from Quarter to Dollar Coin

    Posted 04-17-2018 11:55
    Yes imonex is clearly going in the right  direction for us many options!
    Sorry to disappoint, there Are credit card fees with clear token.

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    Joe M
    Store Owner/ Employee
    Nassau NY
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  • 7.  RE: 2nd store from Quarter to Dollar Coin

    Posted 04-17-2018 12:21
    For those of you deciding on what brand of dual coin drop to install be aware that eventually you will want to stop accepting quarters so find out what it will take to make the drop accept dollar coins only. It may involve just covering one slot or it may involve sending the drop in to get reprogrammed.

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    Richard H
    Store owner
    B.C. Canada
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  • 8.  RE: 2nd store from Quarter to Dollar Coin

    Posted 04-17-2018 19:59
    Richard,

    The Munzprufer World drops that I have been using on some of my equipment can be programmed using the side mounted switches. I have the switches set so my drops reject everything except dollar coins. If I wanted to, I could program these drops to accept quarters ... or even Canadian dollar coins. No need to ship them anywhere for programming.

    I have been using these electronic World drops since 2011 without any disappointing issues.

    Most of my equipment has mechanical Munzprufer quarter drops that I converted to DCO drops.

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    Larry Adamski
    Muskegon Laundromat
    Spring Lake MI
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  • 9.  RE: 2nd store from Quarter to Dollar Coin

    Posted 04-18-2018 00:37
    Larry,

    I agree that the Munzprufer mechanical drops are virtually trouble free, so why did you install the electronic world drops?

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    Richard H
    Store owner
    B.C. Canada
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  • 10.  RE: 2nd store from Quarter to Dollar Coin

    Posted 04-18-2018 08:44
    Richard,

    I replaced some Maytag top loaders with Huebsch 20 lb. front loaders.  The mechanical DCO drops that were in the Maytags would not fit on the Huebsch washers.  So I sold the Maytags with the drops in them but I had to convert those drops back to QO for the new owner.  No big deal.  I ordered the new Huebsch washers with Munzprufer World drops installed in them.  So 10 out of 15 Huebsch 20 lb. washers have World drops as well as 3 new Huebsch dryers that I bought over the past 3 or 4 years.

    I recently was able to pick up some low-mileage Munzprufer mechanical QO drops for a good price.  I converted these to DCO in my spare time and I'm offering them for sale for $99 each including a DCO overlay.

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    Larry Adamski
    Muskegon Laundromat
    Spring Lake MI
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  • 11.  RE: 2nd store from Quarter to Dollar Coin

    Posted 04-18-2018 09:06
    Larry,

       How many of these do you have? Also what would you charge me to convert some of mine over to DC?

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    Dave Menz
    Queen City Coin Laundry Chain
    Cincinnati, OH
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  • 12.  RE: 2nd store from Quarter to Dollar Coin

    Posted 04-18-2018 09:25
    Dave,

    I have 8.  The value is in the fact that they are converted to DCO.  As QO drops, they would be worthless today.

    I would have to see one of your QO drops to see how difficult it would be to convert.  Newer QO drops are too difficult to convert to DCO.

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    Larry Adamski
    Muskegon Laundromat
    Spring Lake MI
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  • 13.  RE: 2nd store from Quarter to Dollar Coin

    Posted 04-18-2018 09:46
    Larry,

         I have original Munzprufer QO mechanical drops that came OEM from Alliance on Huebsch machines. They are approximately 5-6 years old. Does this help? I can send you a few if needed.

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    Dave Menz
    Queen City Coin Laundry Chain
    Cincinnati, OH
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  • 14.  RE: 2nd store from Quarter to Dollar Coin

    Posted 04-18-2018 11:19
    Dave,

    Drops newer than 2008 are generally much more difficult to convert. Why don't you post a couple of pictures here? One of each side of your drop.

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    Larry Adamski
    Muskegon Laundromat
    Spring Lake MI
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  • 15.  RE: 2nd store from Quarter to Dollar Coin

    Posted 04-17-2018 12:27
    Edited by John Mchale 04-17-2018 12:32
    I switched to dollar coin/quarters on my new Dexters  I brought three years ago I equipped with  Imonex coin chutes just recently about 4 months ago. Why I waited so long was ignorant in hindsight...I was scared to make the change.....but glad I finally did!
    However,  right now they have to go feed the extra dollar coins into my MEI cash flow coin changer for quarters but there is also a delay in accepting the coins which creates a bit of a hassle...
    My problem also is the dryers, switching to dollar/quarters means I would have to pull back on washer prices.
    if I go dual coin on dryers, then I can see some knuckleheads feeding in two DC giving them 64 mins, can you spell fire 🔥 not to mention the backup it would cause waiting. Yes still 8 min per quarter!
    tough market in NYC
    Just thought I'd post, JH and Paulie have helped me get this far, we all met up last year....or was it two!

    BTW I average about 60-70% DC/Q ratio, but those damn quarters keep piling up.
    I have a giant bucket full again now!!!!
    i don’t get it!
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    John Mchale
    Store Owner/ Employee
    Astoria
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  • 16.  RE: 2nd store from Quarter to Dollar Coin

    Posted 04-17-2018 12:43
    Paulie, Joe,
    I have Imonex drops with Clear Token. Yes, there are credit card fees at 3.95%. There also is a $.005 Clear Token fee for every $.25-which is 2%. I do not get the float-Clear Token keeps my cash until the customers use a washer and/or dryer.

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    Jim Rumczikas
    Owner/Repairman/Janitor/Shift Fill In Person
    Clean N Bright Coin Laundry & Dry Cleaners
    Dallas TX
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  • 17.  RE: 2nd store from Quarter to Dollar Coin

    Posted 04-17-2018 13:30
    Edited by Paulie B 04-17-2018 13:45
    Joe & Jim,

    Sorry about that error on the No Credit Card Fees. I was going by what Imonex says.

    Imonex does claim that on their demonstration Video. Maybe there is a certain site you must use to eliminate fees.
    You can hear him say it towards the end at 9:25 in the clip:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nBsvRz3WWRo


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    Paulie B
    Multiple Mat Owner since 1976
    New York City, NY
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  • 18.  RE: 2nd store from Quarter to Dollar Coin

    Posted 04-18-2018 15:02
    J H ,
    That's pretty cool. Two weeks ago I'd empty all my old Dollar coins and replaced with all brand new gold coins and until today I still see customer with old coins,so I guess customers keep them for next visit  .
     Thanks

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    Linh Nguyen
    Store Owner/ Employee
    Mobile AL
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  • 19.  RE: 2nd store from Quarter to Dollar Coin

    Posted 04-18-2018 03:33
    I've got a Standard and American change in which I added the optional coin acceptor.  Some customers still being quarters and this allows you an opportunity to take their money.  However, they will see how inconvenient it is to use quarters and eventually stop bringing them.

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    Chris Mallam
    Norfolk VA
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  • 20.  RE: 2nd store from Quarter to Dollar Coin

    Posted 04-17-2018 12:35
    Dave,
    I don't want to get too personal but can you quantify  "Great Success".  Has there been an increase in gross sales and net profit? A decrease in trips to the location?  Only a slight decrease in gross profit but a gain in net?  How have you measured this great success?  I am not trying to nit pick but this business is all about the numbers.

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    KURT ARCHER
    Store Owner
    CLOVIS CA
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  • 21.  RE: 2nd store from Quarter to Dollar Coin

    Posted 04-17-2018 12:53
    Hi Kurt,

        Yes sure, no problem. I quantify great success as 1.) Solving a problem(✓) 2.) Differentiating our stores from others in the market(✓) 3.) Modernizing our stores for the future (✓) 4.) Minimizing customer frustration  (✓) 5.) Lastly, we try to always makes decisions based on what's best for our customers, NOT what's best for us as operators. We want to first remove barriers for them. In this scenario our customers LOVE the switch from Q to DC. As an added bonus, our employees love it, and we as owners love it too. Customers carry and use less coinage, and they deal with less coin jams. Our employees see the same benefits from their end of things. We as owners, also see these benefits along with increasing capacity for each money box, and changers. I consider that a win/win/win for everyone.

        I understand the desire to try to quantify everything into numbers(revenue). We just choose not to operate that way. We make our decisions based on the customers best interest. We've been managing our 4 stores, 3 dropoff services, and our delivery business all this way for many years. All of these  businesses continue to grow in revenue, profit and market share while serving the communities' they're located in. We consider this "Great Success".

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    Dave Menz
    Queen City Coin Laundry Chain
    Cincinnati, OH
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  • 22.  RE: 2nd store from Quarter to Dollar Coin

    Posted 04-17-2018 15:27
    Dave,
    Thanks for the fast reply.  That is the beauty of our business.  Except for a few hard and fast rules, we get to choose how we operate our laundries.  I agree with all of the issues you solved, but as a current q/o guy I would hate to lose revenue and market share.  I have watched this DCO discussion with fascination for years and am grateful for operators like you willing to share your success without shouting that the other side is wrong.  I hope both of your next stores go equally well and look forward to hearing about your victories.

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    KURT ARCHER
    Store Owner
    CLOVIS CA
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  • 23.  RE: 2nd store from Quarter to Dollar Coin

    Posted 04-17-2018 16:06
    Richard, Does Imonex require the acceptor to be returned to them to reprogram to single coin acceptance if the operator has a dual value and wants to go single? Or is it a different company that does this?

    Jim, Are you saying the the CC merchant fee is 3.95% in addition to a clear token fee of 2% for a minimum cost of 5.95%? I was confused when you said .005 for every .25 cents. Certainly they are not charging for coins going through the acceptor, are they?

    I am committed to making the DC change soon as in like 1-2 months at most. Thanks for the informative thread.

    David

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    David Keith
    Store Owner/ Employee
    san diego CA
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  • 24.  RE: 2nd store from Quarter to Dollar Coin

    Posted 04-17-2018 18:34
    David,

    As far as I know, the only company that can reprogram an Imonex coin drop to go from dual coin acceptance to single coin acceptance is Imonex. There is a mechanical option that I have done in one of my stores that has a dual (Canadian $2.00/$1.00) coin drop. I stopped accepting the $2.00 coin by placing a metal plate on the inside of the drop so the larger $2.00 coin would not fit into the slot. Obviously this fix will not work if you wanted to stop accepting quarters in a dual (single slot) quarter/dollar coin Imonex drop, you would have to send the drop back to Imonex to reprogram.

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    Richard H
    Store owner
    B.C. Canada
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  • 25.  RE: 2nd store from Quarter to Dollar Coin

    Posted 04-18-2018 11:47
    Edited by Michael Walsh 04-18-2018 11:51
    I looked at the Imonex Video that Paulie linked to.   I also would like Jim to clarify about the specific if any charge from Clear Token even if the end customer uses regular universally accepted coins as part of their payment to the specific washer or dryer?

    Another thing after watching the video & other companies' videos ... to not pick on Clear Token too much.  This could be just me ... but I am not seeing the gain by the end customer to being notified when washer is done or available by these different offerings by the numerous "merchant fee" based payment methods ... phone or otherwise.  Am I not right that most smart phones come with a built-in already installed timer app that is a less than 5 second alarm set for the smart phone owner?  The laundromat customer knows from the amount put in when their "first off machine" will be done with a quick glance at the modernized machines interface LCD or whatever.  OK ... put in that usually very accurate # of minutes & sheezam the alarm will audible or vibrate them the same as the extra "dependency created" alternative payment method would have done.  Am I missing something ... or is this healthy skepticism?

    I applaud the operators like Dave Menz & numerous others who are finding ways to make higher denomination coins (dollar coins) the new workhorse of our industry "with better logic" leading the way to deal with the realities & potential realities of inflation for our industry.  Of course the "seeking for 100% cashless" individuals will continue to jump to the false conclusions of their so so so much better "control" & "illusionary convenience" approach.​

    Quarters should be becoming less & less ... with dollar coins becoming the new "norm" for the coin portion of our industry!  Oh ... I'm sorry ... your dear wifey or mommie ...works for a bank & she & some of her higher ups have a different agenda ... so so so sorry ... si si si .... master quarter pusher & master merchant fee pusher ... at all costs to the greater public interest ....      Me never pro-active ... me ... never want to offend anybody .... no matter how wrong they are .... no no not me ....

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    Michael Walsh www.kingkoin.com
    Store Owner/ Employee
    King Koin Laundry, Car n Dog Wash
    Bismarck ND
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  • 26.  RE: 2nd store from Quarter to Dollar Coin

    Posted 04-17-2018 18:24
    Kurt,

    as a current q/o guy I would hate to lose revenue and market share. I have watched this DCO discussion with fascination for years and am grateful for operators like you willing to share your success without shouting that the other side is wrong.
    KURT ARCHER,  04-17-2018 15:26
    Missing out on an opportunity to gain market share can be equally as bad as losing market share, don't you think?  Based on my 9 years of DCO operation, it appears that many QO operators are missing out on that exact opportunity.

    Please note that the above was posted without shouting that any opposing view is wrong.

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    Larry Adamski
    Muskegon Laundromat
    Spring Lake MI
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  • 27.  RE: 2nd store from Quarter to Dollar Coin

    Posted 04-17-2018 19:24
    Kurt,

        For what it's worth, I completely agree with Larry. While I don't know your market, I would be more concerned with losing market share by continuing with quarters than by switching to DC. One thing that is undeniable (atleast to me) is that quarters are the past. Their usefulness in our industry is long gone. I know for us converting to DC has separated us from our competitors thus increasing our market share.

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    Dave Menz
    Queen City Coin Laundry Chain
    Cincinnati, OH
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  • 28.  RE: 2nd store from Quarter to Dollar Coin

    Posted 04-18-2018 11:07
    Edited by Paulie B 04-18-2018 11:10
    I totally agree with Larry & Dave.

    Quarters are fast becoming obsolete. What can anyone buy with a quarter anymore??? What have YOU purchased with a quarter lately? Their value is the equivalent of what Nickels were when I first started in this business.

    One of the big customer draws imo, is that customers feel like they are spending less simply because they are inserting 1/4 the amount of coins.

    Plus, from your own point of view....more coin box capacity means less collections, more changer capacity, and Dollar Coins jam up far less often than Quarters do.

    Here's a little test for all you Quarter guys....
    Go to your mat. Choose your biggest washer. Perhaps a 60lb or better. Now put a load in it and proceed to insert 32 quarters. That is almost an entire roll of quarters!!! Hopefully, this will tell you what your own customers are putting up with.
    If you stand back from this mentally, you will see the absurdity of what customers are going through every day.
    At the very least, just start by converting only your big washers.

    This is a no brainer. Your business will go up. Mine did. Once you convert to Dollar Coins, you will say 2 things to yourself:

    1- WHY didn't I do this sooner?

    2- I will NEVER go back to Quarters.




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    Paulie B
    Multiple Mat Owner since 1976
    New York City, NY
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  • 29.  RE: 2nd store from Quarter to Dollar Coin

    Posted 04-18-2018 11:17
    Edited by Deward Stout 04-18-2018 11:24
    Paulie; & all others;

    Do you dispense Dollar coins only from your changer/changers?
    If you also still dispense Q what are the D/Q ratios you use for the higher bills?

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    Deward Stout
    Store Owner/ Employee
    Hurricane Laundromat & Storage
    Hurricane UT
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  • 30.  RE: 2nd store from Quarter to Dollar Coin

    Posted 04-18-2018 11:24
    Deward,

    Think about it. Why would a dollar coin only laundromat dispense quarters from the bill changers?

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    Larry Adamski
    Muskegon Laundromat
    Spring Lake MI
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  • 31.  RE: 2nd store from Quarter to Dollar Coin

    Posted 04-18-2018 11:29
    Larry my man;

    According to older posts in the past, not all mats dispense D/C only. I know you are one of the exceptions and some of your small vending snacks take a combo of D/C and Q from your previous posts. Just trying to get a better understanding my friend.

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    Deward Stout
    Store Owner/ Employee
    Hurricane Laundromat & Storage
    Hurricane UT
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  • 32.  RE: 2nd store from Quarter to Dollar Coin

    Posted 04-18-2018 11:45
    Deward,

    I still have one store that dispenses both dollar coin and quarters because I have some older dryers that will not convert to dollar coin. I dispense in dollar coins only and if customers want quarters I have a coin acceptor on my American changer where they can deposit dollar coins. I'm still waiting for a new competitor to open so I can buy their new dryers when they go belly up and I can finally have all locations on dollar coin.

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    Richard H
    Store owner
    B.C. Canada
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  • 33.  RE: 2nd store from Quarter to Dollar Coin

    Posted 04-18-2018 15:14
    Deward,

    Yes it's true that not everyone who uses dollar coins operates as DCO but this particular thread is about converting a laundromat to DCO so I responded to your question assuming you were asking about DCO changer payout setup.  Today, it has become apparent that even some operators who accept both dollar coins and quarters on the equipment choose to payout only dollar coins from the bill changers.   These operators call their particular vend system "Dollar Coin Mostly".

    Recently, I've been reading about operators mixing and matching all kinds of coinage in an effort to accommodate every possible wish and desire of their customer.  Heaven forbid a customer might have to spend a whole dollar coin instead of 2 quarters to finish drying her laundry.  And why is a customer better off being up-charged a quarter for every little thing like hot water instead of cold or 3 minutes of additional wash bath agitation instead of simply charging her for a basic E-cycle and up-charging a dollar more for an entire additional bath?

    I sense that we are approaching a new horizon.  QO operators now see that they must embrace the long-shunned dollar coin.  However, some fear taking the step up to DCO and instead seek a more conservative half step to DC/Q.  This thinking is short-sighted and will prove to be inefficient in my experience.  It loses the customer simplicity and owner dollar capacity increase offered by only DCO.  In an effort to accommodate a "perceived" customer issue that probably won't even materialize, these operators choose a dual coin payment system.  In my view, DC/Q is a very short-sighted approach to accommodating tomorrow's customers and it won't be long until the quarter acceptance will have to be shut off in favor of DCO.

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    Larry Adamski
    Muskegon Laundromat
    Spring Lake MI
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  • 34.  RE: 2nd store from Quarter to Dollar Coin

    Posted 04-18-2018 15:32
    Larry,

    I totally agree. If an QO laundromat owner is thinking about going DC and all of their washers and dryers are capable of DC acceptance then go all the way to DCO and forget about DC/Q. But that's just the opinion from someone who's done both.

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    Richard H
    Store owner
    B.C. Canada
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  • 35.  RE: 2nd store from Quarter to Dollar Coin

    Posted 04-18-2018 17:04
    Larry
    in your DCO experience, so do you think Dollar Coin Only is better than Dollar Coin Mostly? Why ? Please explain
    thanks

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    Linh Nguyen
    Store Owner/ Employee
    Mobile AL
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  • 36.  RE: 2nd store from Quarter to Dollar Coin

    Posted 04-18-2018 17:55
    ​Linh,

    Dollar coin mostly - DCM means the washers and dryers can accept dollars and quarters but all prices are in even dollars similar to DCO. Customers can feed quarters into the drops if they brought quarters with them. Bill changers provide only dollar coins for all bills inserted.

    DCM is a 3/4 step toward DCO. It's only defect is that quarters and dollar coins are still mixed into the coin boxes. During a collection, coins require sorting. Also, coin box capacity is slightly reduced by the quarters that may be used.

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    Larry Adamski
    Muskegon Laundromat
    Spring Lake MI
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  • 37.  RE: 2nd store from Quarter to Dollar Coin

    Posted 04-18-2018 11:50
    Deward,

    I had 1 dedicated changer for Dollar Coins, and 1 for Quarters. I say "had" because I recently sold my last mat and retired.

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    Paulie B
    Multiple Mat Owner since 1976
    New York City, NY
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  • 38.  RE: 2nd store from Quarter to Dollar Coin

    Posted 04-18-2018 12:17
    Wait, What!?

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    Richard H
    Store owner
    B.C. Canada
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  • 39.  RE: 2nd store from Quarter to Dollar Coin