Japanese Savers Get a Whole New Incentive

November 13, 2007 (PLANSPONSOR.com) - Japanese investors will get a whole new savings incentive next week, when TOMY Co. Ltd. rolls out a unique piggy bank; the "Savings Bomb."
By PS

The bank, which goes on sale in Japan next week, according to Reuters, lights up, shakes violently, “explodes” and scatters coins if users fail to save for a long time.  

“Users must pick up and collect the scattered coins and reflect on their laziness,” the Japanese company said.

You can see a picture of the Savings Bomb  here

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