Writing down the same string of numbers over and over can get monotonous — not to mention the risks for carpal tunnel. But never fear! Trodat is here to save the day again with their numberer stamp. Now you can number those pages and keep track of inventory without risking the health of your hands and wrists! There are three different rubber numberer stamp options from Trodat.
This stamp is part of the CO2 climate-neutral line of stamps developed by Trodat so the environment will appreciate it just as much as your hand will. This line stamp contains six number bands that are individually adjustable. The professional numberer stamp is available in black, green, red, blue or violet ink. It is good for 5,000+ clear, precise impressions before needing more ink. Each stamp comes equipped with 6 number bands that stamp at the size of 5/32”.
If you are looking for quality and precision, look no further than the Trodat 5558 self-inking professional numberer stamp. It’s the perfect solution for accountants, bank tellers, entrepreneurs, and anyone else who works with numbers on a daily basis. This stamp comes with eight easily adjustable number bands and is customizable with black, red, blue, green or violent ink. It is good for 5,000+ clear impressions before you need to worry about any refill ink. The stamp impression is approximately 3/16”.
If you want the biggest, baddest numbering stamp on the block, look no further. The Trodat 55510 number stamp includes 10 adjustable bands of numbers. A self-inking stamp that is good for thousands of clear impressions before needing refill ink, it comes with the option of red, blue, violet, green or black ink. This numberer leaves a stamp impression of 3/16”.
No matter which stamp you choose, we know you will love it! As always, we here at Rubberstampstation.com are your number one source for quality rubber stamps at bargain prices. If you have any questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to give us a call at 1 (850) 7STAMPS!
Writing down the same string of numbers over and over can get monotonous -- not to mention the risks for carpal tunnel....