Our Thoughts On Self-Inking Stamps
Stamps has been a key part of offices around the world. It would not be wrong to assume that almost every office in this world right now has a self-inking stamp in use. If they don't then well it's a fairly good chance that that's the office of another type of stamp-making company or that, that company has no stamps in operation at all! We here feel like self-inking stamps are a very safe asset to have in your office and you should definitely consider them.
Why are they a safe bet?
Self-inking stamps are durable, smart, and very practical. They do not make a fuss about the work they are supposed to do and in fact, are almost completely maintenance-free. Like a good gardener who goes by unnoticed but the work he or she does on the garden remains for all to admire, self-inking stamps don't take space, have no highly special catering needs other than the most basic and fundamental etiquettes one should follow to use them. This doesn’t mean they aren’t presentable, a stylish and cool colored self-inking stamp adds a lot to the environment of the office you place it in.
They seem to work better with the user than other stamps:
Without striking speaking against the other types of stamps, it must be said that the introduction of the self-inking stamp was seen as a revelation and still is. If anyone uses the other type of stamp and then uses the self-inking variety they will back us up on this. It must be considered that this is maybe only true for people who use stamps a lot. For users who do not need to use stamps frequently the appreciation of how quickly and effortlessly a self-inking stamp handles its job may go unnoticed. In short, they are swifter and cleaner than the other varieties of stamps available.
Where do they lack?
Saying that using self-inking stamps is a one hundred percent joyride won't entirely be true. It's true that the self-inking stamps are a great innovation that solves many more troubles than it causes but it can cause trouble at times. Changing its cartilage for example can be a hassle for people who are doing it for the first time. For the other types of stamps, you don't need to change anything just press the stamp on the ink pad and stamp away, with the case of the self inking stamp however the cartilage is kept hidden for safety and cleanliness reasons but this does mean you will need help the first time you change the cartilage but on the flip side you really won't be needing to do that every other month, more like every other year if not even later.
Self-inking stamps not only hold their own when facing up against the other types of stamps but actually make it really hard for other stamp types to compete. If you’re looking for a seamless experience and plan on using your stamp a lot then this is the best choice for you, but if you’re looking at maybe 3 or 4 stamps per week and want to stay away from anything complicated like changing ink cartilages, maybe go towards other types of stamps.