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THE PERFECT GIFT FOR PARENTS AND GRANDPARENTS

EASILY CALCULATE THE TIP AND SPLIT THE BILL IN SECONDS!

  • Crystal Clear Magnifier: Leave the reading glasses at home. The 5x magnifier makes it easy to see even the finest print.
  • Discreet Backlight: Illuminate the menu or bill without distracting other restaurant diners with your phone’s flashlight.
  • Tip Calculator: Enter 15%, 18%, 20%, or any amount you like. The tip gets automatically added onto total amount.
  • Bill Splitter: Enter how many people are in your party, and find out exactly what each person should pay.

WHY TIP N SPLIT?

Let’s face it, as we get older our eyes don't work as well as they used to. Even people with perfect eyesight struggle to see small lettering in dimly lit conditions like restaurants, theaters, in the car, or even just at home.

Enter Tip 'n Split, The first restaurant calculating device with magnifier & light! It bridges the gap so you can see. Great for tipping and also working out the math with no guesswork.

Makes a great gift for anyone who needs to see the menu or bill and doesn't love using their phone for everything. Get Tip 'n Split today!

The first restaurant calculating device with magnifier & light!

FEATURES OVERVIEW

NO MORE SQUINTING

Vision not what it used to be? Use the Tip 'n Split’s magnifier with built-in backlight to easily see the small print on your menu or bill.

EASY AND DISCREET

Find the exact amount each person owes, and pass the calculator around the table — especially handy for special occasions like birthdays and anniversaries!

NO MATH INVOLVED

Just type in the tip you want to give, and watch as the total updates automatically. No more guesswork or complicated math equations.

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TIP ‘N SPLIT

BOGO! Two for $19.95

Meet Connie Inukai

Inventor of Tip 'n Split


“AT AGE 68, AFTER 40 YEARS AS A UNIVERSITY INSTRUCTOR, I PUT AWAY MY TEACHING MATERIALS AND LAUNCHED MY OWN PRODUCT.”

As someone who loved eating out with friends, Connie faced a problem. As she got older, it became increasingly difficult to read the small print on menus and bills in dimly lit restaurants.

Rather than passing around reading glasses and using the distracting flashlight on her cellphone, she decided to create a better solution.
In 2013, the Tip ‘n Split® was born.

Now, Connie is continuing her post-retirement journey as a new entrepreneur. She hopes to help everyone that was in her position so they can get back to enjoying dinners with friends and the people they love.

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Testimonials


Inventor, Lisa Ascolese, thinks Tip ‘N Split should be at every restaurant in America.

Angela Heath of Gig Con loves the magnifying glass and soft illumination.

What is Dick's favorite feature of the Tip 'N Split? The magnifying glass!

Removing frustrations when dining with her parents, Diane bought a great gift.

When you buy a gift for your mother-in-law but love it so much, you grab one for yourself…

Joe finds his Tip ‘N Split to be much easier than finding an app on his iPhone.

VERIFIED BUYER REVIEWS

I first saw the product at a trade show in New York, and was delighted to see that it was on QVC. It is always in my pocket so I can read the menu and bill at my favorite restaurants. We bought several units from QVC to be ready for the holidays, one for my mother, another for my mother-in-law, two for aunts, and one for our best friend. We will be the best Santa and Mrs. Santa this year!

- Shopper  (QVC)

I purchased this for my Father who always had challenge reading menus at restaurant. Now he doesn't go to a restaurant without it! We loved the product and it sure makes life easier.

-Nick (Amazon)

I also like that it has a magnifying device with a light. Rex is forever forgetting his reading glass so I have to read to him what is on the menu. Now I can just pull out the Tip 'n Split® and he can read the menu himself. I think this would be a great gift for your parents and grandparents or anyone who goes out to eat often.

- Kay Swederski (Kaisy Daisy's corner)

Faq

Who should use the Tip 'n Split®?

The Tip n Split® is perfect for restaurant lovers who have difficulty reading small print, especially in dimly lit restaurants. It’s also great for groups who want to split a bill.

How does Tip 'n Split® compare to a smartphone app?

The Tip n Split® combines a magnifier and light with a calculating device that is easier to use than any smartphone app.

Is the Tip 'n Split® bulky?

No. The Tip 'n Split is very light, and is smaller than most pocket-sized calculators. It can easily fit into almost any pocket or purse.

Does the Tip 'n Split® come with a guarantee?

Yes! The Tip 'n Split® comes with a limited warranty that covers any defects or malfunctions for one year from date of purchase. We will replace any defective or malfunctioning device at no charge. The warranty does not cover batteries or any problem caused by abuse or misuse.

How much does the Tip 'n Split® cost?

The Tip 'n Split® is yours for only $19.95, plus shipping & handling.

Does it come with a carrying case?

We offer a convenient Tip 'n Split® wristlet carrying pouch — it comes in bronze or silver.


Connie Inukai

Grandmapreneur · Author · Speaker

Connie Inukai, Grandmapreneur 

She hasn’t always been one, however. Far from it! For decades, she worked as a professor at the University of Maryland and Johns Hopkins University.

When Connie retired, she thought that was it—that she would leave her work behind and sit tight. But she couldn’t have been more wrong. She invented the Tip ‘n Split®—a handheld device that solved a great challenge facing people over 55: declining vision. Tip ‘n Split® magnifies the text on menus and bills, includes a light source, and completes calculations in one device!

Today she is thriving, in her second act. Connie is an inventor, a “grandmapreneur,” an author, and a caregiver to two young grandchildren. She is living proof that the second-act entrepreneur can succeed, if only they focus on what matters most to them.

As a speaker, Connie travels the nation inspiring other Baby Boomers to follow their dreams. You can read more about her journey here.

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