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Stamp with date and time

Posted on 2011-03-02
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Anyone know where I can find a date/time stamp?  Meaning, something that will stamp time onto paper with hour and minute.  If it has date, that is even better.

Something like this http://www.officedepot.com/a/products/683632/DYMO-Electronic-DateTime-Stamper-Black-Ink/?cm_mmc=Mercent-_-Google-_-Basic_Supplies-_-683632 but much simpler.  More like this http://www.amazon.com/Self-Inking-Two-Color-Standard-Message-COS011041/dp/B0016IV2BG but with minutes.
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Best place is an office supply store.

Here are some from Office max online store. The first one should suffice.
http://www.officemax.com.au/6-wheel-chrome-numbering-machine-36001.html
http://www.officemax.com.au/colop-12-hour-clock-face-date-p700-12-line-dater.html
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Thanks but these do not include minutes.
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Do you want the stamp to separate the numbers or simply list them?
You can get a 10 wheel stamp that will have output like the following:
1212111500
This is 12 December 2011 at 1500 hours (3pm).
List of stamps that can do the above:
http://www.thefind.com/search?query=10+wheel+numbering+machine
you can also get 12 wheels stamps if you want seconds as well.

Or do you need it like 12/12/11 1500?
Would this suffice:
http://www.shoplet.com/Date-Time-Stamp-Adjustable-12-Hour-Dial-2-Dia-10-Bands/2515756/sgdv
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Correct me if I'm wrong but all of those listed above do not give minutes?  And yes - I'd like a space between date and time.
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Those stamps do give minutes as indicated by the notches. Each notch in the hour indicates 15 minutes. Do you need to be precise down to the exact minute?
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The only time/date stamps I can find that you can get an exact minute on are electronic. The ones I linked to above are the closest I can find with a minutes indicator.
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Thanks for confirmation.  I went with a simple date stamp and will pen in the time.
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