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Best Visitor Registers 2018 – [Buyer’s Guide]

Last Updated December 1, 2018
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Billy JacobsI’m Willow Billy Jacobs. My friends call me “stone” and it just kind of stuck. After 41 hours of research including speaking with consultants and experts, and plenty of parents and 17 hours spent testing 10 visitor registers, I believe that I found the best visitor registers of 2018.

The reviews are compiled through a mix of expert opinion and real-world testing. In this article, I’ve listed down the Top 3 list. These are the best visitor registers your money can buy.

Best Visitor Registers of 2018

I review the three best visitor registers on the market at the moment. I am going to specify each good-to-buy feature as much as possible for your references. There’s a product for every kind of user on the list of affordable options below. You must have heard that the best visitor registers should allow you to save money, right? Sure, but that’s not the only reason you should consider getting one.

Test Results and Ratings

Rank №1 №2 №3
Product
Total 4.8 4.5 4.3
Design
5 points
4 points
4 points
Versatility
5 points
5 points
4 points
Performance
4 points
5 points
5 points
Price
5 points
4 points
4 points
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№1 – AT-A-GLANCE 8058005 Recycled Visitor Register Book

 
AT-A-GLANCE 8058005 Recycled Visitor Register Book

Pros
Keep records of who was there in this handy book
8.5 x 11 inch page size
Room for 900 names
Cons
I didn’t notice a single drawback yet
 
Total:
4.8

Why did this visitor registers win the first place?

The product is very strong. Its material is stable and doesn’t crack. I really enjoy the design. It is compact, comfortable and reliable. And it looks amazing! I also liked the delivery service that was fast and quick to react. It was delivered on the third day. I am very happy with the purchase. It is definitely worth its money. The product is top-notch!

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Design
5

5star

Versatility
5

5star

Performance
4

4star

Price
5

5star

 

 

№2 – National 57803 Visitor Register Book

 
National 57803 Visitor Register Book

Pros
Burgundy hard cover
1792 spaces for date, name, badge number, company name, person to see, time in/out
Ribbon bookmark
Cons
Has some durability issues.
Lack of sufficient storage space.
 
Total:
4.5

Why did this visitor registers come in second place?

I really liked it. It is amazing in every aspect. It did even exceed my expectations for a bit, considering the affordable price. I recommend you to consider buying this model, it definitely worth its money. The material is pretty strong and easy to wash if needed. The design quality is top notch and the color is nice.

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Design
4

4star

Versatility
5

5star

Performance
5

5star

Price
4

4star

 

 

№3 – BookFactory Visitor Log Book / Visitor Register / Visitor Sign-In Book – 120 Pages

 
BookFactory Visitor Log Book / Visitor Register / Visitor Sign-In Book - 120 Pages

Pros
Hardbound book with Black imitation leather cover and stamped with “VISITORS REGISTER”
Archival quality, acid-free paper, with space for up to 1,320 entries and includes a convenient placeholder ribbon
Smyth sewn, Archival Quality Binding– book lies flat when open
Cons
Longevity is in question.
Higher priced than many of our other picks.
 
Total:
4.3

Why did this visitor registers take third place?

I liked the design. We’ve been using it for 2 months and it still looks like brand new. I hope that the good reputation of the manufacturer will guarantee a long-term work. It doesn’t squeaks nor bents. Looks great in my apartment. This price is appropriate since the product is very well built.

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Design
4

4star

Versatility
4

4star

Performance
5

5star

Price
4

4star

 

 

Visitor Registers Buyer’s Guide

If you keep the before points in mind, you can easily go out to the market and buy visitor registers, right? No!

Building Occupancy.

Is the building owner-occupied or are there multiple tenants? How much input is required from other tenants? Do their operations have an impact on security? For example, many wealth management and legal services firms would prefer no access or video records of their clients; on the other hand, government contractors may require auditable transactions.

Visitor Volume.

How many visitors per day need to be processed? What is the worst case, and when (day and time) does it occur? How will this be impacted by peak volumes of regular employees entering or exiting the lobby? What is an acceptable queuing or wait time for the visitors?

Processing Time.

What proportion of visitors can or will be preprocessed by the host? What proportion arrives in ones or twos or as groups (say, for training or presentations)? How long will it take to complete the processing in each of these scenarios? What impact will “exceptions” have on processing time — for example, VIP visitors, or visitors without a valid credential or a host? What impact will there be if a higher security level is implemented due to an increased threat?

Processing Stations.

Based on worst-case visitor volume and processing time, how many processing stations are required to ensure that the acceptable wait time is not exceeded? If additional processing is required during a heightened security period, will more staff be required or will longer wait times be acceptable? Is there enough lobby space for processing stations, or should a visitor center be considered? What training will be required for processing and security staff?

Policies.

What written policies need to be prepared to aid in the visitor management program? What credentials are considered acceptable and what actions should be taken for exceptions? How is contraband defined, and is there a formal relationship with local law enforcement and approved procedures if dangerous items are found? What areas of the facility can the visitor access based on the credential and the issuance of a badge, and will an escort be required for other areas? What will be the custodial duties of the escort? Who will be authorized to pre-approve a visitor and will they require security training associated with such authority or for escort duties?

Once these myriad of questions are asked — and as many as possible answered — we are able to determine appropriate strategies for the visitor management program. One of the most important drivers is the volume of visitors.

How to Process Visitors

A small number of guests can be processed at a single concierge, reception or security desk with a visual inspection of the visitor’s credential, a sign-in book and, perhaps, a hand-written badge. An alternative is to design and implement an unstaffed — or virtual — reception area with audio and/or video communications between the entry vestibule and a remote receptionist or even the host. Such systems can be very unsophisticated — similar to an apartment building intercom system.

There is visitor management software available to automatically read the visitor’s credential (via a business card or driver license scanner), compare it to a pre-authorization list, auto-dial the host for meeting confirmation, and print a visitor badge that could use a bar code to control access to selected areas.

Larger buildings may have several hundreds of visitors per day or even hundreds per hour — the Empire State Building visitor management system, for example, was designed to process more than 600 visitors per hour at peak times. These volumes require a well-conceived strategy, and the criteria discussed above must be well-researched if the correct strategy is to be selected.

In a multi-tenant office building, the minimalist approach for the building manager may be to offload the responsibility to the tenants, and to allow free access as far as the tenants’ front doors.

The tenant can then implement such level of visitor management as he/she may consider appropriate for their particular operation. Where the level of potential threat to the building itself is low and the building manager is not marketing “security” as a feature of the facility, this is a very common strategy.

However, for owner-occupiers and landlords of office buildings in major urban environments, a more proactive strategy may be called for. There are many visitor management systems on the market, most of which will include the features listed below:

Pre-approval

Authorized employees can access and complete a visitor pre-approval form on a web server. The system may require authentication from a supervisor before the data is accepted into the system database. The system can e-mail the visitor to let them know that they are pre-approved and that message can contain a bar code that authorizes the use of parking facilities or can be read at a visitor processing desk.

Processing

When the visitor arrives at the facility and presents him/herself at the reception desk/visitor processing station, the visitor is asked to provide a credential to verify their identity. The credential may be as simple as a business card or more rigorous, such as a government-issued driver’s license or passport. It should be noted that a pre-approval letter or e-mail, even with a bar code, does not verify the identity of the visitor.

Automated scanning of a credential enables software to read the data on the card and use it to populate the data field in the visitor record. In addition, many systems can check the validity of the document and check against “black lists” that are either developed internally or available from government agencies, such as the registered sex offender list.

The system can use the visitor’s data (manually or automatically entered) to check against the list of pre-approved visitors for that day. That may be sufficient to allow the visitor permission to enter the facility (with or without a visitor badge), or procedures may require a further check with the host to ensure availability, meeting location and/or escort requirements.

Badge Creation

The system automatically issues an e-mail to the host to notify of the visitor’s arrival and can print a visitor badge. The badge can have any combination of visitor name, issue/expiration dates, photo, host name, escort requirements, access control bar code, and meeting location/building floor. Visitor security policies, emergency egress instructions or even directions and a map to the meeting location can be printed on the back of the badge.

Of course, unless employees wear badges, a visitor without a badge looks like an employee.

In addition to the virtual reception system outlined above, kiosks can be used to process visitors and create the badges. They are ideal for the frequent visitor who is pre-authorized and has an acceptable, machine-readable credential. Unlike the virtual receptionist, the kiosk screen is used only for data display. The visitor initiates the transaction and is prompted to present their credential, for example, a driver’s license. If the visitor is pre-authorized, a visitor badge can be printed immediately. If not, the system may prompt for a keyboard entry of company and/or host to be visited and can connect to the host’s phone for verification of the meeting and, via the host’s telephone keyboard, an authorization for the kiosk to print the visitor badge.

Integration with Access Control

Visitor badges can provide access authorization for a single entry at a controlled portal or for any authorized period of time. They can also be issued to employees for one-day access when they arrive without their regular access credential or to temps or contractors that are expected to be on the premises for only a week, for example.

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Prepaid SIM card

If you wish to continue making calls and sending messages on your mobile phone, a good option will be to purchase a Singapore prepaid SIM card. All three local telcos – M1, Singtel and Starhub – offer a wide variety of packages, so take a little time to decide which plan best suits your needs. You can choose from bundles for local and international calls and SMSes and select varying amounts of local mobile data. Durations typically range from five to thirty or more days.

Prepaid SIM cards are easily purchased at the telcos’ retail counters and convenience stores like 7-Eleven and Cheers through the island, as well as at Singapore Changi Airport at Changi Recommends, currency exchange and telcos’ retail counters. You will have to produce your passport for registration when purchasing a prepaid SIM card.

Pocket Wi-Fi

You can also choose to connect to the Internet from multiple devices with a pocket Wi-Fi device. This is simply a mobile hotspot that provides data access via the cellphone network for your laptop, tablet and/or smartphone wherever you go in Singapore.

This is recommended if you carry a few devices, desire Wi-Fi connectivity and do not intend to make many phone calls. Pocket Wi-Fi devices are available for rental at the Changi Recommends counters at the Singapore Changi Airport, and you can conveniently drop off the devices at the Changi Recommends counters just before your return flight. There are other pocket Wi-Fi rental companies available in Singapore, and if you prefer to search and pre-register online, these companies offer easy delivery and return of the pocket Wi-Fi device to and from your hotel.

Shopping Malls

Free Wi-Fi service is offered and available for login at some shopping malls, restaurants and cafes in Singapore. This service is usually displayed prominently for customers but do feel free to enquire directly or at the malls’ information counters for Wi-Fi access.

Problems

When on the road, there will almost certainly be some sort of problem. In Australia, you cover very large distances, so you will need to know basic mechanical skills – e.g. topping up all fluids, carrying spare oil and water, knowing how to change a tyre and definitely carrying at least one spare.

It also helps if you can buy a common car – easier/cheaper for parts, easier to sell.

If you can find someone in the hostel that is mechanically minded try and get them to go with you to look at a car – that would be ideal! Most people would be happy to help out in exchange for a carton of beer! It would give you peace of mind that you are not buying a shit-bucket.

Selling

Some places to sell your car (and buy, I suppose) * The local newspaper (this is my favourite, for buying and selling)

You can sometimes get higher prices for your vehicle in more remote areas. E.g. Darwin or Cairns or somewhere. But it depends on season too, e.g. in Darwin in the wet, the car market definitely slows down. Tourist season (the dry in the North, May to Sept) is better, in my opinion.

Compulsory Insurance

The minimum insurance required by law is included under the registration of all vehicles in Australia. This is the compulsory third party personal injury (CTP Greenslip) insurance. Vehicles cannot be registered without this certificate, so every car with a current registration sticker has this insurance CTP insurance covers everyone involved in a motor vehicle accident, except the driver who caused the accident, for medical and disability costs that result from the accident. We at Travellers Auto Barn strongly suggest that everyone travelling to Australia take out his or her own travel/health insurance.

Nothing Like a First Impression

All things considered, a hardcover, Smyth sewn or notch bound book will have the biggest impact on the reliability of your records in case they are needed as proof or for an inspection. Beyond that, nothing looks quite as professional and impressive as a hardcover book with a foil stamped title. Such a book gives the impression that you are ready to take record keeping seriously, and that you make sure that the records are kept accurately.

How they get paid

Barrett-Jackson earns their money via an 8% seller’s premium charged to the seller (consignor) when their car is sold. They also collect a 10% bidder’s premium from the buyer once the car sells and 15% on automobilia sales. There are also ticket sales for the public to enter the fairgrounds, merchandising, food, advertisers and more.

If you are a regular person who paid admission to the auction, you are not getting a seat you can only stand off to the side of the auction area roped off from bidders who have reserved seats. The picnic area on the midway has some seating and a giant screen showing live auctions.

Don’t be a foolish bidder

Once sales assistants see you bidding, one will stay close by you. If you want to keep bidding, maintain eye contact, and give a gentle nod to up the bid, but wait until you think the gavel is about to crash down. Then pray nobody comes in after you before the hammer hits.

What happens once you win the auction

Remember that financing stuff we went over earlier and you put down a deposit or a letter of guarantee? That sort of means you paid already. So when the gavel comes down on your auction, you are now the owner of that vehicle, you just need to sign the paperwork.

If you’ve ever watched the Barrett-Jackson auction on TV, you’ll see one of the ring men comes over with a clipboard within 30 seconds of the bidder winning and makes them sign the paperwork. You have to go to the cashier in the auction office and settle everything and pay cash or write your check or wire funds by the end of the day.

If you want to sell your car at the auction

The earlier you sign up the better, because they also market your car on their web site for months leading up to the event, and so the maximum number of potential buyers will see your car listing on line. After the auction has ended, you get paid in about to weeks. This allows time for all the dust to settle, checks to clear the banks and Barrett-Jackson to complete the escrow.

It is up to you to get your own car to the site of the auction. They have a couple of recommended and trusted transport companies that can transport the car for you.

Preview day is when they recommend all sellers be present at your cars, because all the bidders are coming around to kick the tires. They will be asking questions, grilling you about everything and you’d better be able to answer.

196Mustang waits on deck in the staging tent just outside the auction block

We suggest you have a handout sheet with photos of your car and all the details of it. If anything is damaged or not working, include it on a list of disclosure items. People will still buy your car, they need to know what issues they face.

Make a professional sign like the photo above shows, with your best selling points on it. Make sure your car is everything you say it is, and convey that message to buyers with something they can take with them or take a picture of.

We recommend filming a good high definition video inside and out of your car, post it on YouTube, and put the link to it on your handout sheet so bidders can look it over in their hotel room before coming back to bid on your car. Better still, get their email so you can send them your marketing sheets and links to your professional grade photos directly.

Highlights You Should Not Miss

Pit One is the largest and most impressive, where about 2,000 terracotta warriors are displayed. Pit Two uncovers the mystery of the ancient army array. Pit Three represents the command post.

Vault one is usually crowded with tourists. According to our experienced guide, the best views are from the front of the vault around the corners. See map below.

From the Entrance to the Museum

The parking lot is about km from the entrance. There are buses running from the parking lot to the entrance, but, as you need to queue for them (in the busy travel season from May to October), we recommend you walk the 1minutes or so there if you are able. Our guide will accompany you on the walk if you don’t want to line up for the bus

Private Tour Recommended!

The most convenient way is to take a private tour. Your guide and driver will pick you up at your hotel and accompany you to the Terracotta Army.

Your guide will help you buy tickets, saving you a lot of time and trouble lining up. With our guide you will have the flexibility to decide how much time you spend at each exhibit. See our 2-Day Terracotta Warriors Private Tour.

Tourist bus (30displayed) departs from Xi’an Railway Station. The bus stops at several attractions along the way, and the Terracotta Army is the last station. No English is spoken by the driver.

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Final Word

First of all thanks for reading my article to the end! I hope you find my reviews listed here useful and that it allows you to make a proper comparison of what is best to fit your needs and budget. Don’t be afraid to try more than one product if your first pick doesn’t do the trick.

Most important, have fun and choose your Visitor Registers wisely! Good luck!

So, TOP3 of Visitor Registers

 

 

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