Parker Slugbuster Coin Acceptors? Why am I using GinSan Sensortron?

Okay so I acquired some Parker Slugbuster II 2 long drop coin acceptors.  Is there a reason why I shouldn’t use the Slugbuster products?  Are Ginsan Industries Sensortron acceptors better or worse?  Why do all these products look the same as the $20 ebay China coin acceptor?   :)

The Parker is $30 less for the old Slugbuster I (Old Style)  $108.33.  (They look exactly the same.)

The Slugbuster II quarter only is $107.14.  With tokens also $130.94.

All the Slugbuster II models are less then the Sensortron at $137.75?  What have I done?  :)

 

What also worries me is in the Kleen-Rite ad for the Sendortron, the info says “with over 100,000 units in service since 1981″.  That I am guessing… means they have sold 100,000?  That doesn’t seem like very many…. so I think I have been purchasing something everyone knows is over priced and other products are better?

Also if you goto parkers slugbuster website:  slugbuster.com  (Which BTW is SO BAD and looks like a phishing web site.  The clip art also is….. WOW!)  They say to fix ANY Slugbuster it cost $65… and a new acceptor has a 2 year warranty?  WTF that site does seem like a scam!  Or to good to be true!  :)  I think I have to switch to Slugbuster acceptors…. unless they are POS?  I don’t know?  :)