Classic red finish. Real glass gumball machine globe. Accepts any coins. Works as a gumball bank and allows you to retrieve coins when full. Anti-spill gumball chute door cover. Dispenses candy, gumballs, or nuts.
Glass is thin and could break easily.
Cast metal gumball machine base, lid, and coin mechanism. Accepts any coins. Sturdy glass. Works as a gumball bank. Dispenses gumballs, peanuts, jelly beans, and more!
Large gumballs don't fit. Coins tend to get stuck.
No coins required. Cute for kids. Bigger than you would expect.
Candy dispenses every time a kid turns the knob, which makes it easy to get candy.
Holds up to 375 of 1" gumballs. The globe is a shatter resistant polycarbonate. Cash box is included for easy coin collection.
A higher price point than other models.
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Sure, you can easily buy a pack of bubble or chewing gum from the checkout aisle, but where’s the fun in that? A gumball machine may seem like an outdated toy from the 50s, but the fun factor is still there. Kids love to put in a coin, turn the knob, and guess what color gumball they will receive. You can get gumball machines in many different sizes and styles, and the maintenance cost (pennies and gumballs) are miniscule. If you’re just getting one for at home, a small basic model is less than $20, while a large capacity, standalone machine for a business or workplace can cost close to $100.
Great Northern Popcorn Company
Vintage Candy Gumball Machine and Bank with Stand
Bring back the memories of an old fashion candy shop with this unique gumball machine. A true replica from the 1920s, this gumball machine is perfect for the kitchen, home theater, kids' room, or office! Comes with a stand for the complete vintage look.
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