Max Korokoro Keshikoro Personal Information Protection Roller Stamp - Pink

Max Korokoro Keshikoro Personal Information Protection Roller Stamp - Pink

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When you discard your old mail, your name, address, and other personal information in it could be stolen. The Korokoro Keshikoro roller stamp eliminates this worry! It rolls out a dense pattern of dark ink, obscuring the text underneath. Due to its rolling mechanism, it is easy to stamp just the areas you want to cover. There is no need to stamp up and down, you do not waste ink by stamping extraneous areas, and the ink stays dark because the stamp is constantly re-inked as you roll. The stamp can even handle uneven surfaces such as corrugated cardboard.

Bright-colored and compact, the stamp is easy to spot and can be stowed anywhere including small desk compartments.

The ink is refillable, and it is simple to refill without dirtying your hands. The stamp pattern is 15 mm (0.6 inches) wide, and each ink cartridge lasts for a length of approximately 25 m (82 ft.).

Stamp your junk mail, magazines, and packing slips to start protecting your personal information!

Customer Reviews

An extremely useful tool....
October 23, 2014
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An extremely useful tool. I love it and it keeps me from having to shred everything.
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Love this roller stamper....
July 24, 2016
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Love this roller stamper. It is the best to cover up personal information on junk mail and other important documents before throwing it out in the trash.
Excellent coverage. ...
October 2, 2015
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Excellent coverage. Fast and easy to use for blocking out your private info.
Love this but make sure...
September 9, 2015
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Love this but make sure your paper is flat before using or else the ink smudges on the paper.
great. does exactly...
May 6, 2015
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great. does exactly as it should and you do not have to go over the area a billion times. one or two swipes does it.