Shutter Stamps – Accu2Stamps – Cosco

Matt R June 23, 2011 1

Let’s clear this up… These stamps are made by Cosco Industries, research them here, not by Costco, the place that produces those delicious over-sized cookies with the worlds largest chocolate “chunks” (chips are too small), that my wife gets upset at me for bringing home the day after our house, unbeknownst to me, has started following Oprah’s new 21-day cleanse diet for the 3rd time in the last two weeks, not that Costco.

Sorry… just had to rant for a sec.

Cosco on the otherhand have been manufacturing stamps for over 100 years and are darn good at it.  One of the newest products to Cosco’s line of stamps is the ACCUSTAMP 2 Shutter Stamp.

What’s nice is the unique shutter mechanism allows for easy, one-handed stamping operation.  No need for double-dipping either.

Dual-color capabilites allows for the user to distinquish one set of texts from another.  In addition, Cosco recently partnered with Microban which you can read on the home page here.  This partnership allows for an anti-microbial protection on our products which inhibits the growth of stain and odor-causing bacteria.

 As you also know, The Motley Guy LOVES 3M products, so when Cosco decided to put 3M flags on the side of these shutter stamps, it got me excited.  My love for 3M flags first started when I use to hang them over my balcony and on my front porch during Memorial Day, 4th of July and Labor Day holidays (they provided a nice cost-saving solutions compared to standard American flags) so to see them evolve and find their place on the side of Cosco Stamps just really blew me away, good thinking Cosco!

For more information please feel free to contact any of your local Motley Guys to get you going in the right direction.

One Comment »

  1. Ann Tyler December 2, 2011 at 8:54 am -

    How do I re-ink my ACCUSTAMP 2 Shutter Stamp?

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