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Dymo LabelWriter 400 Label Printer £32.26 Delivered @ Cancom !

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Dymo are currently offering cashback on their labelprinters. On the 400 model it is currently £20 until 30th June 2009. Buy the printer for £52.26 delivered from Cancom (cheapest I could find though… Read More
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8y, 3m agoFound 8 years, 3 months ago
Dymo are currently offering cashback on their labelprinters. On the 400 model it is currently £20 until 30th June 2009. Buy the printer for £52.26 delivered from Cancom (cheapest I could find though you can buy it from any reseller) then claim your cashback at http://www.dymo-time.com/#request=homepage

Seems a good deal especially as compatible label rolls can be had pretty cheaply on eBay for as little as £2.50.

DYMO LabelWriter printers are the fast and easy way to print labels in seconds from a PC, without tying up the main printer. The user simply highlights the address, clicks on icon and within seconds the label is printed. Advanced software gives users the ability to produce very sophisticated labels with images and logos, if required.

Key Features

Superb, laser sharp, 300dpi print quality

Label widths up to 60mm

High print speeds between 40 to 55 labels a minute

Compact unit with small footprint taking up minimum desk space

Full range of 17 self-adhesive labels available

First label rewind preventing loss of first label on loading

Easy to understand and use stand-alone software, integrates with Microsoft Office

Address book database

Software add ins for Word, Excel, Outlook, Corex Cardscan, Palm Desktop, Act, Goldmine
In the Box

Printer comes with software, adaptor, USB connection cable, roll of address labels and cleaning card.
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#1
HOT
Grabbing one
#2
great stuff...thanks
#3
That's a bargain.
#4
Anybody know how many labels to a reel. Thanks
#5
400 in the ql 550 think these may be the same
#6
Nice price, ive got one of these for ebay and its reliable.
Number of labels will depend on the size you use..
#7
"On the 400 model it is currently £20 until 30th June 2008"

2008?
#8
Don't worry it's 2009 just checked on the Dymo website :)
banned#9
I think it only works on an Apple Mac !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
#10
Tara Pinkerton;4930405
I think it only works on an Apple Mac !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


Nope its MAC / PC by USB
#11
Tara Pinkerton
I think it only works on an Apple Mac !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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It is PC as well (even though this comes from a Mac shop). Just pop dymo into the site search box and the Dymo 400 pops up with the "basic" information.

DYMO LabelWriter 400

Dymo LabelWriter printers are the fast and easy way to print labels in seconds from a PC or Mac, without tying up the main printer. The user simply highlights the address, clicks on icon and within seconds the label is printed.

* Superb, laser sharp 300dpi print quality
* Label widths up to 60mm
* Print speeds of up to 55 labels a minute
* Compact unit with small footprint[/SIZE]
banned#12
Looks good, although the video did'nt tell me what I wanted top know as did'nt the description, what kindf of ink cartridges does this thing use and how much do they cost?
#13
dtxt
Looks good, although the video did'nt tell me what I wanted top know as did'nt the description, what kindf of ink cartridges does this thing use and how much do they cost?


It's a thermal printer - you just need compatable labels - i.e. no ink!
banned#14
nick88
It's a thermal printer - you just need compatable labels - i.e. no ink!


Oh cool, thanks...
#15
260 labels on a roll, best buy off Ebay in larger quantities. I won one of these exact printer in a comp last year, and couldnt live without it!
#16
does this brink just black, if so , is there a colour printer
#17
anyone have an item number for ebay for the lables at £2.50?
#18
dhoomdhoom;4930614
does this brink just black, if so , is there a colour printer

no... these are thermal printers, so only "print" black.
#19
hmmmm on the dymo-time website its not secure when entering your bank details its not HTTPS secured! and ive never heard of it before! not sure if its good?

Anyone used dym-time before? and if there cash back is good?
#20
gary_rip
anyone have an item number for ebay for the lables at £2.50?


I think these will be compatibles not the genuine ones
#21
twinkle;4930809
I think these will be compatibles not the genuine ones

agreed... but id still like an idea of which ones would work.
#22
gary_rip;4931010
agreed... but id still like an idea of which ones would work.


Try item no 180346665060. Thats for one size but that seller and others have lots of different sizes.
#23
been looking for something like this, for all my ebay selling
banned#24
why is it called the model cslled a "Mac" Label printer on their web site if its not for a Mac ?
#25
Voted HOT. Have one of these at home and been working for years. Boss has also had one in office for 4 years and use for a tonne of labels. Very cheap to run. No ink needed and cheap compatible labels available (we get ours from ebay).

P.S. We use label ID 99010 for our standard address labels, easy to fit in full address and a return address too.
#26
I find the best ones for general use are 99012 sized labels, 260 per roll.
£27 delivered for 10 rolls on ebay 330313362108 (have used this seller before)
#27
Could someone tell me the best way to integrate one of these writers into ebay selling. Eg. Say I sell 100 items on ebay, how do I get all of those addresses and get them to the dymo and printed without copying and pasting a vast number of addresses?

Is there an ebay auction manager that can help or is there a way of doing it through ebay.com or does they dymo software do it all for you?

Thanks
#28
kinnth;4932125
Could someone tell me the best way to integrate one of these writers into ebay selling. Eg. Say I sell 100 items on ebay, how do I get all of those addresses and get them to the dymo and printed without copying and pasting a vast number of addresses?

Is there an ebay auction manager that can help or is there a way of doing it through ebay.com or does they dymo software do it all for you?

Thanks


Try Packing Partner from Aimco

Used it for a few years. It extracts eBay and Amazon data from your sales list and will print labels and invoices plus packing lists etc as you wish. A very good investment and can be set up to use with a labelprinter such as this one. There is a trial period so you could see if it suits your needs.
#29
Tara Pinkerton;4931112
why is it called the model cslled a "Mac" Label printer on their web site if its not for a Mac ?


The website sells mainly stuff for Macs. The title has actually flowed over the line and reads :
Dymo Label Writer 400 Mac [B]PC USB [/B]

Dont worry, it does work on PCs.
#30
Entering bank number unsecured and having to fax your invoice makes it seem rather dodgy to me, especially coupled with the 6-8 weeks for processing.
#31
kevinyork
Try Packing Partner from Aimco

Used it for a few years. It extracts eBay and Amazon data from your sales list and will print labels and invoices plus packing lists etc as you wish. A very good investment and can be set up to use with a labelprinter such as this one. There is a trial period so you could see if it suits your needs.


Thanks for that, but seems pritty dear. I dont mind doing a bit of legwork but was wondering how the software for dymo fairs? Can it read off excel tables. I probably only sell around 50 items a month through ebay so im wondering whether its worth it?

Tom
#32
JPS
Don't worry it's 2009 just checked on the Dymo website :)


Have you got the link for it pls? i cant seem to find it.

H +R added. Cheers OP for a great find.
#33
Gets good reviews - http://review.zdnet.com/product/label-printers/dymo-labelwriter-400-pr-for-pcmac/31357040

If there is a six - eight week waiting period and that gets extended, then the £20 back offer might not apply.
#34
kevinyork
Try Packing Partner from Aimco

Used it for a few years. It extracts eBay and Amazon data from your sales list and will print labels and invoices plus packing lists etc as you wish. A very good investment and can be set up to use with a labelprinter such as this one. There is a trial period so you could see if it suits your needs.


Yeah, it's a good piece of software to use with the Dymo, actually any printer really. I've also just started using another piece of software, Papilion.

To be honest, I actually know the developer, really amazing software, handles everything to do with ebay, I think he's testing it right now, anyone want to give it a try, let me know and i'll get you some invites.
#35
iban and swift details are completely useless to anyone bar the account holder as it's for incoming transactions only according to my bank LLOYDS.

If this is correct then no problem, however, i would blank out any payment details if it's necessary to fax invoice proof.
#36
Good printers, have them at work and pay way more than that! Rolls are expensive though.
#37
I've had a Dymo for about 10 years now and they are good. However if you have to print lots of labels (100's) it really is faster with a laser and A4 label sheets. Oddly they are most use for single and short run prints despite their functionality. When you have a couple of hundred labels it is a pain handling the roll it produces.

Also the labels are pretty expensive unless bought in large bulk packs.
banned#38
ali150 is the software free or do you have to pay lots like the aimco?
#39
Tenex;4936479
I've had a Dymo for about 10 years now and they are good. However if you have to print lots of labels (100's) it really is faster with a laser and A4 label sheets. Oddly they are most use for single and short run prints despite their functionality. When you have a couple of hundred labels it is a pain handling the roll it produces.

Also the labels are pretty expensive unless bought in large bulk packs.


Yes I would agree that A4 label sheets are cheaper and easier for large runs of labels. A bespoke label printer is best for small jobs or individual labels. The label cost works out at about 1p each on the Dymo if you buy a few packs together.
#40
the deal is nice indeed, heat added, however I would recommend to avoid Cancom as their customer service is just a little bit better than totally rubbish.

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