Yup! You are not the only one................that cannot see this deal for what it is...a bargain! Too many people are too quick to judge/vote on the perceived expense of an item as opposed to whether it is a cheaper than the normal price, which is where the "deal" is. (confused) But that's the fickleness of 'some' HUKDers. Most do understand that an item priced at £187.73, which currently costs £232.27 on Amazon (which is normally cheaper than anywhere else) is a £44 saving on the usual Amazon price. Look at when there's a cucumber for 59p on HUKD and it hits 1000 degrees and it's a saving of 50p? (confused) That's the ficlklenes I'm on about. This 'deal' has nothing to do with how cheap you can personally do the same thing, it's about cost the of the item itself and whether it's cheaper or dearer than anywhere else. You do it your way and some of us will do it the right, better way! ;) Good luck with your business too BTW! (y)
It's a couple of mins effort for the 4 or 5 parcels I send a week (which is probably more than the average person). Hardly a major inconvenience. I've no doubt this would make it faster, but personally I'm of the view that the cost doesn't justify the minor saving in time and effort. And judging by the temperature of this 'deal', I'm not the only one.
Added heat. Good price for this item when stocks are thin on the ground. I’ve just gone for a Brother equivalent though. If you send a lot of parcels the hassle this saves copying/pasting and/or cutting out and sticking is well worth it.
What a faff! I'll admit though that I used to do something similar.................over 10 years ago! (shock) Probably took a good 60-90 seconds from swapping over A4 paper to A4 labels, taking screenshot, cropping, pasting, printing and finally attaching to parcel as opposed to 2 seconds with my first Dymo 450 printer (for regular address label). But time moves on and investing a small amount of money in a Dymo 4XL label printer will streamline the that onerous process even further and save even more of time (the one thing you cannot make more of), with a 6" x 4" taking less than 5 seconds from clicking print to attaching label (confused) But horses for courses guess!