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."

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