Casio SL-100NC-RD Foldable Pocket Calculator

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SKU
OFF61399
R119.00

The Casio SL-100NC Dual Leaf offer an eight-digit, long display calculator within it's foldable protective case.

This model stays true to the colourful & friendly designed Casio calculators.  These compact and portable calculators are convenient for use away from the office or workplace. 

The large display with 3-digit Punctuation, Extra-Large "0" and "+" buttons, Tax calculations, Solar Plus Battery Power, Power Saving auto-Off function, Independent Memory, and a Profit-Margin Percent Function make this calculator a perfect choice for business and home use.

Features

  • 8 digits Tax calculation
  • Automatic calculation of price plus tax, price less tax, discount, selling price, tax amount, discount amount, and margin amount.
  • Two-way power (Solar + Battery) Solar powered when light is sufficient, battery powered when light is insufficient.
  • Function command signs - A symbol (+, -, ×, ÷) on the display indicates the status of operation you are currently performing.
  • Key rollover - Key operations are stored in a buffer, so nothing is lost even during high-speed input.
  • Large display - Larger display makes it easier to read.
  • Plastic keys - Designed and engineered for easy operation.
  • Profit margin percent " % " key gives quick access to prices and profits, and also delivers add-ons, discounts, ratios and increase/decrease values
More Information
ColourRed
Model NumberSL-100NC-RD
Calculator TypeHandheld
UsageBusiness | Shop Store | Accounting | School | Home
Memory Register3-Key
Display Number of Digits8
Display Size1-Line
Display TypeLCD
Display AngleFlat
Special KeysLarge "+" & "0"| Key; TAX | Profit-Margin Percent Function | Correction key | Memory | Square Root | Sign Change
Power SourceTwin Power Battery & Solar
Battery TypeLR44 x 1
Product Length (cm)11.000000
Product Width (cm)9.100000
Product Height (cm)0.900000
ManufacturerCasio
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