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CashPlus Secure Flip Lid from Cash Bases  RJ-11/12 Connect

Tills 4 Change features the following cash drawers suitable for PC or EPOS systems. If you require a replacement drawer for a cash register please enquire.

Inserts for this cash drawer including a locking lid are available POA

The Cash Bases Secure Plus Flip Lid is specifically designed to ensure security both for cash and checkout staff is fully maximised.

Providing a robust, durable and compact cash drawer design the Secure Plus Flip lid is designed to withstand attempts at excessive forced entry.

CB: CashPlus Secure Plus Flip Lid Colours:  Black White

Online Price: £POA  + Delivery (£0.00) + VAT (Total Inc VAT and Delivery = £0.00)

Steel ball bearing runners. Robust 1.2mm gauge steel construction.

Removable insert. Media posting slot.

Quick release mechanism. Quick release tray.

Drawer status micro switch.

Secure plus Flip Lid 460: W460mm x D175mm x H100mm.

Secure plus Flip Lid 490: W490mm x D175mm x H110mm.

Optional lockable lid for insert


Includes 12 months Return to Base (RTB) guarantee & 12 months telephone support. Price includes initial programming to customer supplied specification, before dispatch.

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