Increase your labeling and mailing efficiency. The DYMO LabelWriter 450 Twin Turbo label printer holds two label rolls – and lets you get more labeling and mailing done in less time. Print address labels and USPS-approved DYMO Stamps postage** without swapping label rolls. Or print large batches faster by loading two rolls of the same label – the DYMO LabelWriter 450 Twin Turbo automatically switches to the second roll when the first runs out. Print up to 71* labels per minute. Say goodbye to sheet-label hassles, and expensive ink and toner. And use the included software to print labels directly from text in popular software programs, verify US addresses and ZIP+4 codes, and much more. You can even weigh your mails up to 10lb. with the included digital USB scale. (*4-line address label. **Internet connection required. DYMO Stamps service provided by Endicia, a licensed USPS PC Postage provider. Account terms are subject to change.)
Nice system for sure!
Pros: Excellent little system for small business or home solution to postage. Other members posted about discounted postage, however I have not witnessed this. A lot easier than having to stand in line at the USPS.
Cons: None really.
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Awesome Money Saver - The Best
Pros: For the small office, this will save you SOOOOO much mone! Disregard the reviewer who claims it costs 17 cents/stamp. I purchase my refill labels on a certain on-line auction website and pay about 3-4 cents/stamp. We bought this and "fired" Pitney Bowes, SAVING us $600/year! I actually ahve 2, one at my full-time office manager job and one for shipping with my part-time on-line business. What a lifesaver! No more waiting in line at the post office, no more lugging a heavy postage machine over to the fax line & dialing up to refill postage. Need more postage? Click and your are done. Much smaller than the old postage machine.
Cons: The scale and the postage printer both require a USB port. A simple USB hub extender for about $15 solved this for me.
Other Thoughts: You can pre-print stamps (you can't with Pitney Bowes) and leave them available for clueless office workers who don't know how to use the postage machine. You can print regular 1st class postage, overweight 1st class postage, Priority Mail postage and more! AWESOME. No more getting stuck with a drawer full of old stamps when postage rates increase. You can print postage as you need it, very easy to control postage cost. You won't be sorry! Very easy to use, easy to load labels, takes up very little space, and is super cute.
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Not the greatest solution
Pros: Printer works great and creates postal labels without ink or toner
Cons: Each label will cost you $0.17 each. ($17/roll of labels). Printing your postage label on plain paper and gluing it to your parcel or using Avery labels is a a better solution.
Other Thoughts: For computer postage, use Avery labels on your printer and buy a stand-alone postage scale. You may lose something in the lack of automation but at least it will work and work cheaply. This solution is rated "Too expensive to use" and unreliable.
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“For the small office, this will save you SOOOOO much mone! Disregard the reviewer who claims it costs 17 cents/stamp. ...”— Sandi 5/3/2010
“Each label will cost you $0.17 each. ($17/roll of labels). Printing your postage label on plain paper ...”— Lubow 2/2/2010