Scientific Series Calculators

Canon F-718SGA

Part-manufactured from Canon recycled product material, making it ideal for people interested in sustainable consumption.


  • Part-manufactured using recycled Canon product material

  • Dual power source: solar and replaceable battery

  • 264 functions and features

  • Large LCD dot matrix display

  • Dual way (Maths or line) mode

Detailed Features

  • Sustainable design

    This Scientific calculator is part-manufactured from recycled Canon product material to make the top case, bottom case, battery cover and hard case of the calculator. This maximises resource efficiency and minimises wastage.

  • Energy-saving efficiency

    The F-718SGA features a practical dual power source. Solar power ensures maximum energy saving, whilst back-up battery power means this calculator never lets you down whatever the light conditions. The ‘auto power-off’ function switches the calculator off after 7 minutes when not touched or not in use, saving even more energy. Also this calculator has a replaceable battery for a long life, unlike some calculators that have to be disposed of after single battery use.

  • 264 functions, highly accurate (up to 18 internal calculation digits)

    This comprehensive calculator contains all the essential functions required for Elementary and High School maths and science studies. This includes 264 functions and features, with 17 Store and Recall memories and up to 18 internal calculation digits for highly accurate results (see specifications for a full list of functions).

  • Large LCD dot matrix display

    The large 4-character lines, dot matrix LCD display - complete with contrast adjustment - makes figures easy to read at a glance. A practical hard cover protects the display and key board from everyday knocks and bumps.

  • Dual way (Maths or line) display and operation mode

    Benefit from convenient dual way (Maths or line) display and operation mode. With ‘maths’ mode input and display are shown in maths textbook style, while ‘line’ mode uses the traditional 2-line format.