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1. DYMO LabelWriter LW330 Turbo Label
$139.99 list($199.99)
2. DYMO LabelWriter 330 Label Printer
$22.99 $19.99 list($49.99)
3. DYMO LetraTag 11944 Electronic
$25.99 $24.37 list()
4. Dymo LetraTag QX50 Electronic
$63.99 list()
5. DYMO 18949 Label Manager for PC
$107.99 $94.20 list($89.99)
6. Dymo Labelwriter 400 for Pc/mac
$101.99 $81.99 list()
7. Rhinopro 5000 Printerlabelmaker
$12.99 $8.98 list()
8. Letratag Tape 3 Pack Starterpack
$140.99 $122.46 list($119.99)
9. Dymo Labelwriter 400 Turbo Pc/mac
$30.99 $28.86 list()
10. DYMO 18134 Execulabel LM150 Labelmaker
$22.99 list($49.99)
11. Dymo 11946 LetraTag Electronic
$103.99 $86.99 list()
12. Labelmanager 400 Desktop/pcconnected
$38.49
13. DYMO 18143 Execulabel LM150 with
list($399.95)
14. DYMO Labelwriter SE300 Thermal
$67.99 $64.12 list()
15. Labelmanager 300 Electroniclabelmaker
$140.99 $122.52 list()
16. DYMO LabelWriter 310 (PC/Mac)
$71.99 $67.36 list()
17. Dymo Electronic Date/Time Stamper,
$16.93 list($54.99)
18. DYMO LabelMANAGER 200 Electronic
$67.99 $58.04 list()
19. Labelpoint 300 Electroniclabelmaker
$14.99 list()
20. Dymo Model 16953 Electronic Fabric

1. DYMO LabelWriter LW330 Turbo Label Printer
list price: $299.99
our price: $199.99
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B00005IBSP
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: DYMO
Sales Rank: 1569
Average Customer Review: 4.75 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

This networkable label printer has a variety of time-saving functions that users will love. It connects via USB or Serial port to both Macs and PCs and can handle a wide range of label types and sizes. It integrates seamlessly with a host of applications, printing labels directly from Word, Outlook, Goldmine, and others with no need for retyping. The LW330 also conveniently prints Internet postage with stamps.com.

A 300-dpi resolution ensures easy-to-read labels, and a lightning-fast two-second print time serves even the most impatient user. The LW330 comes with Dymo labeling software and uses direct thermal print technology, eliminating annoying ink cartridges and ribbons. The LW330 also comes backed with a one-year limited warranty. ... Read more

Features

  • Print labels without a printer
  • Does not use ribbons, toner, or ink cartridges
  • Resolution of 300 dots per inch
  • Prints labels up to 2.3 inches wide
  • Prints label in 2 seconds

Reviews (12)

5-0 out of 5 stars An honest EBAY Power Seller Review
First off this is a great little printer that will increase your selling volume and make the filling of orders fun. It is quite quiet and (not laser printer quiet) but less than I thought once used. I have small children sleeping and I do my auctions at night.

I use Windows XP and had no problems installing it the first time. The best thing about this is is comes with all the software required to design the labels. The fields I use are address, return address, small product field and an auto sequence on the label. I had this up and running with no problems in 20 minutes, that means alot.

I usually process my payments and print out as I go, once I'm ready to ship I take the all the labels and fill the orders. It has really saved me time. I did look at zebra, but looked to complex and unsure if software was included. Labels are alot less expensive for the Zebra/eltron printers (.05 - .07 cents each for the shipping 2x4" for the DUMO) but the time save and real time processing is great from hand writting labels. I just cut and paste from PAYPAL Payment email and within 2 clicks I have a label.

I sell about 20-30 things a week and use this solely for that purpose. I have even thought about making some "Thank You" stickers or "Please Leave Positive Feedback" labels when I get some free time.

If you search hard you can get the Dymo 330 turbo for a few dollars more than the 330 listed hear at Amazon. I am not sure if it is faster or a marketing gimic as I have not used the regular 330. Oh well what is another $30. At the time of writing this area of Amazon does not price match. Look around.

I highly recomend this printer, for any ebay sellers and if you can use it in other areas of you life....BONUS.

5-0 out of 5 stars A superb office tool
This specialized label printer is simple to set up, easy to use, and takes up very little space on the desk - highly recommended.

A few cautionary notes:
1. when printing from Outlook the program only recognizes business addresses
2. the thermal printing labels you must use with this printer aren't exactly cheap
3. the template provided for use in Word reinstalls itself by modifying the default document template each time you open Word, which is annoying if you have Word set to notify you before saving the default template.

Otherwise I am completely satisfied with this printer and expect to use it for many years.

5-0 out of 5 stars Great little machine
I just received mine the other day; it is great. It takes a little getting used to, but you shouldn't have a problem if you have a good working knowledge of computer equipment.

I use Stamps.com, and it integrated beautifully with that service. It was a little tricky getting it to work with ACT! 6.0 2004. You do need to change some settings, and make sure you get every character (including the necessary spaces) correct. Once it is done, you will have a icon and can print right off ACT!. That is good because you can log your history of what you mailed. I called the technical support line, and they walked me right through it. The customer/technical support on Dymo's website is very helpful too.

As a small business owner, I need to control my costs. The supplies for this printer are not cheap, the time savings and professional results justify it. Like the previous reviewer, I recommend that you shop around. I ordered mine from Office Max (a client sent me a giftcard); it was $189 with free shipping.

5-0 out of 5 stars High price at Amazon
The product is excellent. However the price at Amazon is questionable. Try to go to www.dymo.com, then you will see the street price is now $199, but Amazon's suggested price is $221.99. Let's go to other shopping sites to purchace it. Check out the latst price at shopper.cnet.com. ;-)

4-0 out of 5 stars Dymo also prints on plain thermal roll!
Finally a low cost small format thermal printer on the market. But wait, none of the marketing material mentions plain thermal paper. There's plenty about the dozens of very expensive label stock sizes you can use, but... AND calls to the support centres in New Zealand and Australia produced the glibbest cop outs I ever heard. Basically Dymo will not state whether or not their little printer will even feed anything but their labels.
So, took a risk and bought the little sucker. Lo and behold, it will happily print on a plain roll - BUT it always feeds 142mm, irrespective of the 'page' size you set up. (The label stock has hole punches that stop the feed at the end of a label.)
AND you will need to make up a little spool that fits through the core of a plain paper roll, a felt pen shaft, and a couple of carefully cut cardboard disks will do it.
Of course this voids the warranty, but when pressed the Dymo help desk said they had not had any machines returned due to problems caused by the use of plain paper.
Of course if you DO want to use labels, you'll need that special Dymo stock with the holes that costs around 10 times the price of plain paper.
Dymo - why are you so coy? More people will buy your printers if they can use them for more than just labels - and who really cares about a fixed page size? ... Read more


2. DYMO LabelWriter 330 Label Printer
list price: $199.99
our price: $139.99
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B00005AT7T
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: DYMO
Sales Rank: 1122
Average Customer Review: 4 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

The DYMO LabelWriter 330 is a compact printer designed to print labels directly from your PC, so there's no more fussing with trying to load label sheets into your normal document printer. With the LabelWriter's resolution of 300 dpi, your labels will come out crisp and clearly legible, whether you're printing nametags, address labels, or barcodes.

The 330 can print directly from many standard business applications such as Word and Outlook, so you can use a variety of fonts and print sizes, and even add pictures. Less than 5 inches across, and weighing less than 5 pounds, it fits snugly on even small desks. It comes with all cables, as well as the software and labels to get you started. DYMO provides a one-year warranty on parts and service. ... Read more

Features

  • Prints high-quality 300 dpi labels
  • Direct thermal technology eliminates ink, ribbon, and toner
  • Resizes text on labels for a perfect fit
  • Built-in database saves labels for instant recall
  • Includes more than 40 built-in label templates

Reviews (27)

4-0 out of 5 stars New Mac OS X software works well
This is a revision of the review below. Dymo is now shipping a revised application and drivers for OS X, and they are _much_ better than the old application. The software stopped working when I upgraded to Panther, but then another revision took care of that a few weeks later. My only remaining complaint is that Dymo is not good about communicating to users about what software is available and forthcoming (their web site is really a disaster), but the device itself and current software is quite nice.

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I loved my old costar labelwriter (used with serial connection on a mac running OS 9) and bought the newer dymo labelwriter 330 in addition to go with a newer Mac with USB connection. At first the software was just klunky with OS X, running in classic mode only, and frequently working only after reboot. Then, when I upgraded to OS X 10.2.3, the labelwriter stopped working entirely. The drivers for third-party applications under OS X also don't seem to work at all (I can eject a blank label, but that's it). Dymo has been promising new OS X software for months, but meanwhile I've got a boat anchor.

I really want to like this gadget ... I had grown to depend on it ... but Mac users should not buy it unless and until there is a good, native OS X application for label printing.

5-0 out of 5 stars My most-used printer at home
I have a Dymo printer and you'd think that one would use it less than say, a regular inkjet, but no. I use this most of all. The Dymo takes several sizes of thermal label rolls, from large shipping labels, to name tags, to thinner file folder tabs or general purpose labels. The software allows you to input the brand of label, the format, and set up your own shipping label or return address, or whatever. You can even add graphics. The software, which gets updated from time to time on the Dymo website, handles input from database software so you can print out many addresses. You can save frequently-used labels (addresses for bills, friends.) If you do a lot of shipping or mailing, this is a very useful thing to own, and I really love mine. It works flawlessly.

4-0 out of 5 stars Mac OSX 10.3.4: Pretty good, could be better
I am generally pleased with my Dymo Labelwriter. It worked out of the box over USB with my Powermac G5 running Mac OSX 10.3.4. Labels come out sharp and clear. It's a quick printer as well.

The included label making software is only adequate. It's not very easy to make several labels at once, for instance. The software integrates with the Mac Address Book, but it could be a whole lot more seamless. The GUI is a little clunky and certainly not polished looking; a feature that isn't acceptable in the well-polished, not-so-clunky Mac environment.

Overall, however, I am pleased with the product's performance. The labels look great, print quickly, and the software can only get better with time.

5-0 out of 5 stars Wonderful Tool! 5 Stars +++
A fabulous tool...made itself indispensable to me immediately. Software works beautifully with my Mac. Had a problem with it powering up, but that was speedily resolved by Dymo's technical support. Great value on a super product!

5-0 out of 5 stars Works great!
Being a dual platform office, I use the 330 on both a G4 with OS X and a PC using XP Professional and the Dymo works great. My office prints between 25-35 shipping labels daily and the Dymo has been a true workhorse for the past few months. Can't imagine an office NOT having one! ... Read more


3. DYMO LetraTag 11944 Electronic Labelmaker (Metallic Silver)
list price: $49.99
our price: $22.99
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B00005QJED
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: DYMO
Sales Rank: 718
Average Customer Review: 4.17 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Review

Remember those handheld plastic label makers we all had as kids? You'd spin the wheel around and then clamp down when you got to the right letter (and you had to clamp hard to make a mark on that heavy-duty plastic strip). After you got your name out or made a message like "This is mine keep your hands off," you'd discover you spelled "keep" as "kep" and had to start over. Plus, the tape would invariably buckle and fall off wherever you stuck it.

Now label makers have joined the information age. The LetraTag 2000 labelmaker is akin to a handheld word processor, and boy, is it fun to use. There are so many cool little features that you really do need to read the instructions to take full advantage of it. To get started, you just flip up the top of the labelmaker and insert the cartridge. This model comes with 13 feet of standard white tape, but you can purchase extra paper, plastic, or metallic labels in seven different colors. The LetraTag requires six AA batteries, which are not included. Once those are in, you can press the red power button and get started.

The LetraTag defaults to normal text and lowercase letters, but with a little inputting you can create capitals, bold, big bold, italic, outlined, shadowed, or vertical text. It also has a box/underline feature that will surround your text with underlines or rounded, shaded, toothed, or pointed boxes, plus our favorite, the crocodile box (the croc grins at you!). If your labeling area is tight, you can use the two-line feature to double up the text so it prints two lines instead of one. It also provides a host of international letters and accent marks in addition to a range of symbols including a telephone, smiley face, heart, and cat.

As you input your label, what you've typed scrolls across the LCD screen (up to 72 characters). To go back and change your message, just use the arrow keys. When you're ready to print, you can press "shift-print preview" to see your label. Once the label is printed, just press the scissors key and the label will pop off. Handily, the last label made will automatically be retained in memory in case you turn the LetraTag off by accident.

Great for the home or office, kids or adults, the LetraTag is handy and easy to use, and comes in a funky translucent lime-green color. --Dana Van Nest ... Read more

Features

  • Lightweight, handheld electronic labelmaker
  • Includes letters, numbers, and a wide range of symbols
  • 5 different printing styles
  • LCD screen allows you to preview labels
  • Easy-peel backing makes adherence simple

Reviews (6)

5-0 out of 5 stars Wonderful
This is a great product. The cartridges have a little window to see how much label is left. Very handy. The cartridges are also very easy to change. The graphics and borders are nice too. Very good value, highly recommended.

5-0 out of 5 stars I love this labeler
I like the paper labels to label paper and cardboard items and the plastic labels to label hard-surfaced items. They stay on well. Yet they are easy to peel off, especially the plastic ones.

The tape is self-threading. To change tapes, just open the hinged cover, pull out one cartridge, and pop in another. I keep a spare cartridge of each type handy.

The device leaves an automatic margin on each end of the text. If it is more margin than you want, it is easy to shorten the ends with scissors.

It is very easy to peel the backing off the tape because it is precut lengthwise. Peel off one half from the center and then peel off the other half.

The labels, even the metallic ones, cannot survive a hot flame. (Don't even ask.)

The manual is short, and definitely worth reading.

The product is much more than I bargained for. I highly recommend it.

5-0 out of 5 stars Excellent! Just what I was looking for!
I bought this product and I am very pleased with it. I was using it within minutes. I'm was also pleasantly surprised to find out that you can buy cartridges that are weatherproof for outdoors as well as printed holiday papers. The crocodile box is particularly cute for labeling kid's things.

5-0 out of 5 stars Excellent Product
I have 2, one @ work and one @ home.
Simple and easy to use. I highly recommend this product! My sister purchased my first label maker now I have two and several of my friends own this labelmaker also.

1-0 out of 5 stars Dymo 11944 LetraTag Electronic Labelmaker
Very poor quality. Cheeze plastic. Cover over tape dispenser wouldn't close. Couldn't make the product print anything, after inserting 6 new AA batteries as directed. Wasted about 10 inches of tape trying to thread the tape through area in label maker to make it print. NO LUCK! Very displeased with this product. Have owned Dymo label makers in the past and never had a problem. Maybe I'm getting too old for gadgets! :-( ... Read more


4. Dymo LetraTag QX50 Electronic Labelmaker

our price: $25.99
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B00008J7PD
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: DYMO
Sales Rank: 1731
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Prints up to 9 copies at a time
  • QWERTY keyboard for fast and convenient input
  • Clear 9-character display
  • Stores up to 70 characters for a maximum of 20 labels
  • Also accepts Dymo fabric iron-on tape for labeling fabrics

Reviews (2)

5-0 out of 5 stars Great label maker for a great price
I bought the QX50 to help me get my files more clearly organized, and things like CD cases more neatly labeled. The print size is variable, and I've been able to print a wide range of sizes of type (prior reviewer said he was unable to print larger than 1/8" - he should reread the instructions). I love the fact that not everything needs to be in all caps, and I can print on two lines. The adhesive on the labels seems to be excellent so far, and I really couldn't be happier with my purchase!

4-0 out of 5 stars Nice starter label maker
I have always wanted an electronic label maker, so I finally ended up buying the QX50. It has a lot of features that make it nice. It has four different print sizes - the first three are 1/8" height, in varying widths, and the large mode is 3/16" height. It has a two line mode, which shrinks the type so that both lines occupy 3/16" height, combined. It is capable of printing in various type styles, including reversed, which is very handy when using the clear tape which is available. The metallic tape is useful for outdoor applications, and the plastic tape is very versatile. The paper tape is more economical, and handy for labeling folders, etc. I have used this label maker for everything from labeling my mailbox, to video tapes, electrical plugs underneath our aquarium, cable lines coming into our splitter/amplifier, etc. ... Read more


5. DYMO 18949 Label Manager for PC

our price: $63.99
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B00006B8FB
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: DYMO
Sales Rank: 21037
Average Customer Review: 3 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Easy-to-use software
  • For Windows 98, 2000, Me and XP
  • Choose from bold, italics, outline, and shadow
  • Align justified left, centered, and right
  • Adjustable label lengths; text is automatically re-sized

Reviews (2)

5-0 out of 5 stars Handy, flexible label printer!
The software that comes with the LabelManager PC has some limitations, but the the LabelManager itself is just another printer to Windows. So you can mix text and graphics to your heart's content in any graphics program. I had good experiences printing mixed text and graphics from Corel Draw.

It's true that you can't print any larger on 1-inch tape than you can on 3/4-inch tape; the print head is only 1/2 inch wide. But this is Dymo's bargain printer; the higher-capability printers cost more than twice as much.

1-0 out of 5 stars Simple to Use software, but multiple flaws
I purchased this unit because after looking at the software is seemed relatively easy to use. The first unit arrive broken. The second arrived intact and worked as Dymo intended but not as I wish it would. The problem stems from the fact that the machine acommadates four different tape sizes, but only two cartridge sizes. If you put a larger tape in, for instance one inch, rather than 3/4 inch, you are stuck with the margin limitations of the 3/4 tape and thus smaller fonts. No way to override this is software. ... Read more


6. Dymo Labelwriter 400 for Pc/mac USB 40 Labels Per Minute
list price: $89.99
our price: $107.99
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Asin: B0009KRY6Y
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: DYMO
Sales Rank: 12968
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Product Description

Dymo LabelWriter 400 300dpi Label PrinterTrust DYMO to eliminate the hassles of printing labels with the new DYMO LabelWriter. This tiny printer fits anywhere on your desk, and makes labels for envelopes, packages, files, name badges and more in seconds from your PC or Mac. Even print our popular D1 labeling tapes with our brand new LabelWriter Duo model. Every LabelWriter includes free software, plus prints directly from Microsoft Word, Outlook, WordPerfect, QuickBooks, ACT! and more. 300 dpi quality means great looking labels, plus, our printer never uses any ink or toner. The LabelWriter comes with everything you need to print perfect labels every time. ... Read more

Features

  • Eliminates the hassle of printing labels with a desktop or network printer.
  • 300dpi resolution for laser sharp labels.
  • Prints labels in less than 1 second, 55 per minute.
  • Prints Internet postage.
  • Easy to share over a network.

7. Rhinopro 5000 Printerlabelmaker

our price: $101.99
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Asin: B0001EMKDA
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: DYMO
Sales Rank: 10277
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8. Letratag Tape 3 Pack Starterpack (white Plastic Etc)

our price: $12.99
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Asin: B00008PXC0
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: DYMO
Sales Rank: 1248
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9. Dymo Labelwriter 400 Turbo Pc/mac USB 55 Labels Minute
list price: $119.99
our price: $140.99
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B0009KMTUK
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: DYMO
Sales Rank: 3805
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Product Description

Dymo LabelWriter 400 Turbo Label PrinterTrust DYMO to eliminate the hassles of printing labels with the new DYMO LabelWriter. This tiny printer fits anywhere on your desk, and makes labels for envelopes, packages, files, name badges and more in seconds from your PC or Mac. Even print our popular D1 labeling tapes with our brand new LabelWriter Duo model. Every LabelWriter includes free software, plus prints directly from Microsoft Word, Outlook, WordPerfect, QuickBooks, ACT! and more. 300 dpi quality means great looking labels, plus, our printer never uses any ink or toner. The LabelWriter comes with everything you need to print perfect labels every time. Offers the same great features of the 400, but at a faster print speed. Connects to USB and prints 50 labels per minute. ... Read more

Features

  • Eliminates the hassle of printing labels with a desktop or network printer.
  • 300dpi resolution for laser sharp labels.
  • Prints labels in less than 2 seconds, 40 per minute.
  • Works with Windows 98, 2000, 2003, Me, XP and MAC OS X. Can be used with MAC OS 8.6, 9, and 9.1 with version 5.03 of our DLS sof
  • Easy to share over a network

10. DYMO 18134 Execulabel LM150 Labelmaker Desktop Or Handheld/ Uses D1 Tapes

our price: $30.99
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B0002H4KVQ
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: DYMO
Sales Rank: 11555
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11. Dymo 11946 LetraTag Electronic Labelmaker (Metallic Blue)
list price: $49.99
our price: $22.99
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B00005QJEG
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: DYMO
Sales Rank: 2953
Average Customer Review: 3.67 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Review

Remember those handheld plastic label makers we all had as kids? You'd spin the wheel around and then clamp down when you got to the right letter (and you had to clamp hard to make a mark on that heavy-duty plastic strip). After you got your name out or made a message like "This is mine keep your hands off," you'd discover you spelled "keep" as "kep" and had to start over. Plus, the tape would invariably buckle and fall off wherever you stuck it.

Now label makers have joined the information age. The LetraTag 2000 labelmaker is akin to a handheld word processor, and boy, is it fun to use. There are so many cool little features that you really do need to read the instructions to take full advantage of it. To get started, you just flip up the top of the labelmaker and insert the cartridge. This model comes with 13 feet of standard white tape, but you can purchase extra paper, plastic, or metallic labels in seven different colors. The LetraTag requires six AA batteries, which are not included. Once those are in, you can press the red power button and get started.

The LetraTag defaults to normal text and lowercase letters, but with a little inputting you can create capitals, bold, big bold, italic, outlined, shadowed, or vertical text. It also has a box/underline feature that will surround your text with underlines or rounded, shaded, toothed, or pointed boxes, plus our favorite, the crocodile box (the croc grins at you!). If your labeling area is tight, you can use the two-line feature to double up the text so it prints two lines instead of one. It also provides a host of international letters and accent marks in addition to a range of symbols including a telephone, smiley face, heart, and cat.

As you input your label, what you've typed scrolls across the LCD screen (up to 72 characters). To go back and change your message, just use the arrow keys. When you're ready to print, you can press "shift-print preview" to see your label. Once the label is printed, just press the scissors key and the label will pop off. Handily, the last label made will automatically be retained in memory in case you turn the LetraTag off by accident.

Great for the home or office, kids or adults, the LetraTag is handy and easy to use, and comes in a funky translucent lime-green color. --Dana Van Nest ... Read more

Features

  • Lightweight, handheld electronic labelmaker
  • Includes letters, numbers, and a wide range of symbols
  • 5 different printing styles
  • LCD screen allows you to preview labels
  • Easy-peel backing makes adherence simple

Reviews (6)

3-0 out of 5 stars What I Like About The Dymo Electronic LabelMaker
I Usually Label My Compact Discs And The Bookcovers By Using The Computer. I Type The Text On The Microsoft Word Program. Then I Press Ctrl+P And Then I Press Enter On My Keyboard To Print It. Then I Cut Around The Text And Put It In The Xyron 150 Sticker Maker, And I Can Stick It Anywhere. I Like To Make Labels By Using The Computer. Because I Can Label Things In Different Fonts, Different Sizes, And Different Colors. I Also Can Make A Label That's More Than One Line On My Computer. Then I Can Save $20.00. But I Still Love This Inexpensive Electronic LabelMaker. The Tape It's Also Easy To Peel.

2-0 out of 5 stars Please IMPROVE THE TAPE!!!!!!!! Mothers please read!!!
This is an inexpensive, adequate label maker. However, if you're the mother of children in daycare and you have to label bottles, or anything that gets washed, forget it!!! The tape disintegrates in the dishwasher, and I have a steam sterlizer, and any plastic tape I use turns dark brown in the sterlizer.

I also wish I could make the letters more narrow, they're really thick, and it takes up too much room when labeling narrow items. Also the tape does not bend that easily, so if you're putting it on a surface across hard edges, it will not stick (plastic tape).

4-0 out of 5 stars Absolutely easy to use
The DYMO Letratag is a great product for those who want to simply label and go. The price and ease of use is phenomenal and you can be printing labels straight away.
Another great feature is the portability of the Letratag; it is pretty light and fits well in the hand, being about the size of a large TV remote or average telephone. Labels are printed fast without any smudging, and it's VERY easy to change cartridges!
But there are a few drawbacks which caused me to lower the rating to four stars. One, the "keyboard" is styled in ABCD format, which makes it pretty aggrivating to find letters for those who can practically type with their eyes closed ;) or even just those who use standard QWERTY keyboards.
Two, while the Letratag has a few nice features including 6 text frame designs; 4 type sizes; 5 text styles (normal, outlined text, shadowed text, italic, and vertical); little symbols to decorate the text with; and many foreign characters, the lack of features may be frusterating for those who want to label much more than toy boxes or file folders or use it regularily for business purposes.
Thirdly, the two-line feature is nice but cramps the text to a very small size. It's impossible to make mailing address labels for this reason and another that you can *only* have two lines, cutting off where the name might go or the city/state/zip line.

The bottom line is you're either one of two types of labelling people. The first simply wants to quickly label things and get organized without a lot of fussing and thousands of settings.
The second needs images, other fonts, color, and more than 2 lines of printing for heavy duty labelling such as mailing labels or such things.
I would recommend this one for those in the first group. It's great for it's price and lets you get going right away!

4-0 out of 5 stars Adequate for what I use it for
This labelmaker is adequate for what I use it for. Making labels is easy and fast, but it has a drawback. The keyboard is in ABCDE format, which takes longer to manipulate.

The cartridge format make it easy to instantly change color or material of labels.

4-0 out of 5 stars Good product and good price
I have two complaints about an otherwise excellent product.

1- It is not very self explanatory to use all the features of the product. The manual is non existent and so it can get a bit tricky to learn all the different type fonts and label templates.

2- No capability to plug in a power adapter.

Overall I think it is a great product. ... Read more


12. Labelmanager 400 Desktop/pcconnected Labelmaker

our price: $103.99
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Asin: B000132W2U
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: DYMO
Sales Rank: 31500
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13. DYMO 18143 Execulabel LM150 with adaptor Desktop Or Handheld/ Uses D1 Tapes

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Asin: B0002H4KW0
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: DYMO
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14. DYMO Labelwriter SE300 Thermal ASCII Printer
list price: $399.95
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Asin: B00004Z91N
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: DYMO
Sales Rank: 38591
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15. Labelmanager 300 Electroniclabelmaker (grey)

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Asin: B00008J7PH
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: DYMO
Sales Rank: 37365
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16. DYMO LabelWriter 310 (PC/Mac)

our price: $140.99
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Asin: B00019FSSO
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: DYMO
Sales Rank: 4424
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Features

  • Thermal printing on labels up to 1.5 inches wide
  • Precise 300 dpi resolution
  • Print speeds up to 16 labels per minute
  • Produces a wide variety of fonts, styles, bar codes
  • PC and Mac compatible; includes USB cable

17. Dymo Electronic Date/Time Stamper, Black Ink

our price: $71.99
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Asin: B00009APTW
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: DYMO
Sales Rank: 27366
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18. DYMO LabelMANAGER 200 Electronic Labelmaker
list price: $54.99
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Asin: B0000504CV
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: DYMO
Sales Rank: 14529
Average Customer Review: 3.36 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

The Dymo LM200 is a complete and versatile labeling system designed for your office. It opens and closes like a notebook computer and resembles one, too. Open it to reveal the keyboard and label previewer. Snap it shut, and all the workings are protected.

A clear, 15-character LCD makes it easy to edit and preview your labels before you print them. The LM200 accepts 0.25-, 0.375-, 0.5-, and 0.75-inch tape. It lets you to print one or two lines, and you can even print your labels vertically, horizontally, or mirrored. Choose from seven print styles--normal, narrow, bold, vertical, italic, outline, and mirror--and three formats--underline, shade, and box. You can choose from a wide selection of symbols, and the device offers left, center, and right justification, plus incremental numbering.

The LM200 comes with a built-in calculator and last-label memory. This tidy little label maker measures 8 by 5.7 by 3.9 inches and weighs only 1.89 pounds. It is powered by six AA batteries or optional AC adapter. ... Read more

Features

  • 15-character LCD display
  • Underline, shade, or box the text to suit your preferences
  • Features a QWERTY keyboard with profiled keys
  • Compact clamshell design
  • PRINTS ON MULTIPLE SIZES OF TAPES

Reviews (11)

2-0 out of 5 stars Dymo Doesn't Meet Expectations
The LabelManager was an item that I definitely needed and wanted for both home and work. However, the LabelManager does not even come close to being easy to use so for the most part, I don't use it as much as I hoped. One of the first problems I had, was the unit required 8 batteries or an AC adapter. I installed 8 BRAND NEW Energizer batteries and the unit still would not work until I used a spare AC adapter. The second problem is the awkward design of the key pad which makes it hard to type. Third, and most frustrating is that the labels do not peel away from the backing very easily. And after typing up 47 labels, I DO NOT have the patience to sit and struggle with peeling difficult labels. All-in-all, I prefer the Brother P-Touch!!

2-0 out of 5 stars One size fits all -- not!
When I first got this item, I fell in love with it. I followed the instructions and made big, beautiful labels. Following the instructions turns out to be crucial, so don't lose them. Many settings are mutually exclusive (this also changes with different sizes of labels) and the unit does nothing to suggest there's a conflict; it simply doesn't do anything, which makes it frustrating to figure out what is wrong.

Things really get bad, though, when you use the small (6mm) labeling tape: the cartridge frequently jams during printing. I'd say I waste more than a meter of tape (per 7 meter cartridge) because of mechanical malfunctioning. You'll also waste more time unraveling jams and reassembling cartridges than it should take to make a label. The 6mm tape also lacks a split in the backing, thus making it difficult to remove the backing from the label.

I can't figure out why they made this unit so bulky: the keyboard is too small for typing, yet it's too big for "thumbing." (Here's a compromise sure to please no one. Also note that it makes keying a two-handed operation: with the only shift key at the lower left, most people won't be able to shift and hit another key with the fingers of one hand.) It's not big because the display is so generous. Maybe it's because they got stuck on the clamshell design, which I find to be a bit of a turkey: you can't operate the unit very well without setting it on a work surface.

In short, this unit will do a good job with the wider (>= 12mm) label sizes. If you need to make labels smaller than that, find something that was designed to make small labels.

5-0 out of 5 stars Love it!
I'm surprised by the negative reviews for the DYMO LabelMANAGER 300 & 200. I own the 200 for the office & am buying the 300 for use at home. PLEASE NOTE: If you like labeling (I've become addicted), there is a HUGE difference between Dymo & Brother - the ease of exposing the "sticky" side of the tape. Dymo tapes all have a split down the middle of the back which makes using them a BREEZE!!!! This is VERY IMPORTANT!! So important I can't believe it hasn't been mentioned. I even gave my Brother Touchpoint away because of this, my secretary & I found it too cumbersome to remove the label backing and I was tempted to throw it away rather than subject someone else to this lack of design.

The font selections are very easy and intuitive with these models, I'm surprised that others found them difficult. Also, a big bonus is the keyboard. They are large & very easy to use. With this purchase I'll own 3 labellers, all by DYMO, believe me, you can't beat their label tape design...

1-0 out of 5 stars Junk.
Save your money. The replacement ribbons cost more than the unit iw worth.

5-0 out of 5 stars Great CD Labeler!!
I use it to label my CD-Rs after I burn them. It does a wonderful job. I have not used up my first set of batteries yet. I am on my 3rd roll of labels. You get a lot of 3 or 4 inch labels out of a label cartrige too. I also like the fact that you have so many fonts to choose from, and you can type 2 lines too. I love it. ... Read more


19. Labelpoint 300 Electroniclabelmaker (grey)

our price: $67.99
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Asin: B00008GQ5R
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: DYMO
Sales Rank: 15117
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20. Dymo Model 16953 Electronic Fabric Black On White Labeling Tape, 1/2In. X 12Ft.

our price: $14.99
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Asin: B00008S83O
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Dymo-CoStar Corp
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