ExcelMark Return to Sender NOT at This Address Self Inking Rubber Stamp – Red Ink (A2359) – Large Size (Stamp Only)

By | August 21, 2019

Ensure efficient communication and provide clear instructions with the use of this self-inking rubber stamp. This stamp is ideal for rapid, repetitive stamping because the die automatically re-inks itself by rotating into a self-contained two-sided reversible ink pad. Ordinary ink pads offer a certain number of impressions before they begin to fade. When this happens, the pad needs to be re-inked or replaced. Not so with a reversible pad. When the impression begins to fade, simply slide the pad out, flip it over, and reinsert to instantly double the life!

Product Features

  • SELF-INKING DESIGN is ideal for quick, repetitive stamping
  • REVERSIBLE, TWO-SIDED INK PAD doubles the number of impressions you get out of one pad
  • CLEAR MOUNT allows you to accurately line up your stamp impression
  • RECTANGLE IMPRESSION AREA: 7/8″ by 2-5/16″
  • Prints in red ink

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3 Comments

Anonymous on 08/21/2019 at 11:58.

Big letters, easy to use and clear stamp.

Anonymous on 08/21/2019 at 12:17.

Satisfying KER-CHUNK with every letter sent back Long story short, new house, old residents failed forward their mail. We starting getting hand cramps from writing RETURN TO SENDER – NOT AT THIS ADDRESS.Enter ExcelMark Rubber Stamp, hand cramps replaced with oddly satisfying ker-chunk of the well-constructed self-inking rubber stamp. The plastic unit feels sturdy in the hand and stamps clearly and cleanly on whatever annoying misaddressed piece of mail that darkens our mailbox.If we suddenly stop getting misaddressed…

Anonymous on 08/21/2019 at 12:20.

Do Not Drop! From a functional standpoint, this item does the job — leaves a very big, very red “Return to Sender” mark on an envelope, hopefully large enough for the postal service to read and take action on. But, be careful not to drop this on a hard surface, by accident or otherwise. There is a cheap piece of plastic that “houses” the words on the stamp (so that you know which stamp you are using and which direction it should be used when using), and if it comes off (through dropping or otherwise),…

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