A Great Self-Sorting Coin Bank

This is a practical way of saving money without the hassle of having to manually sort through all of your coins.
This self-sorting coin bank is a practical way of saving money without the hassle of having to manually sort through all of your coins.

If you’re looking for an easy and practical way to save money, coin banks are the way to go. Not to mention, they’re also a great way to get rid of those pesky coins that always seem to weigh you down.
Sure, coins might not seem like much when you have a few of them.

But when they start to add up, they can really start to weigh you down – both figuratively and literally. That’s where coin banks come in handy. With a coin bank, you can easily save up your coins until you have a nice little nest egg.

If you find yourself with a lot of spare coins, you may be tempted to spend them on unnecessary items just to get rid of them. However, this isn’t the best solution. A better solution is to put them in a coin bank. Over time, you’ll be surprised at how much money you can save this way. Plus, it’s a great way to teach kids the value of saving money.

You can even use recycled materials to make this self-sorting coin bank!

You can even use recycled materials to make this self-sorting coin bank!

The hardest part comes when you finally open the piggy bank. You have to sort the coins by yourself so you can count how much you’ve saved. This can be a tedious task, but it’s important to know how much money you have.

As someone with several full coin banks at home, I have encountered this problem many times. But I spend zero effort in finding a way to make life easier for me. Luckily, someone has come up with a solution and shared it with the world.

All you need is a self-sorting coin bank. A self-sorting coin bank is a small machine that can quickly and easily sort your coins into different denominations. This makes it a breeze to empty out your coin banks, and you’ll save a ton of time in the process. I highly recommend investing in a coin sorter if you have a lot of coins at home. It’s a small price to pay for a lot of conveniences.

This is a great DIY project for anyone who wants a self-sorting coin bank. With this project, you can easily and efficiently sort your coins with no effort at all. This is a great project for those who love convenience and efficiency. Plus, it’s a really fun project to do and you can customize it to your own liking. So, what are you waiting for? Get sorting!

Materials you’ll need for this self-sorting coin bank project:

  • MDF Material (your choice of wood)
  • Bendy Straws
  • 3.5mm Screws
  • Foam Board
  • Super Glue


  • 3.5mm & 6mm Drill Bit
  • Jigsaw (Hacksaw)
  • Right Angle Ruler
  • 48″ Metal Ruler
  • Electric Sander
  • Eye Protection
  • Portable Drill
  • Gas Mask

As you drop your loose change into the self-sorting coin bank, you can’t help but marvel at the simple yet ingenious design. The coin bank consists of three or more chambers, each with a different coin slot. The first chamber is for smaller coins, while the others are for all larger coins incrementing in size. As you drop your coins into the appropriate slot, you can hear them clinking into place.

It’s so satisfying to watch your coins neatly sorted into their respective chambers! And when it comes time to empty the bank, you can rest assured that all your coins will be neatly sorted and easy to count. No more messy piles of loose change!

If you want to create your own self-sorting coin bank, you can check out the step-by-step instructions on how to make one here.

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You can watch the concept of this self-sorting coin bank in the video below!



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