Dymo labelwriter £14.99 @ Aldi
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Dymo labelwriter £14.99 @ Aldi

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Found 27th Aug 2014
Aldi from Thursday 28th August

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If you have kids be prepared to buy lots of rolls of expensive tape

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Best toy ever for a 10-14 year child

about £4.50 for 4m of tape I think

I've always wanted one of these! so perfect toy for a 27yr old ;-)

These are great for labelling cables, plugs, freezer items. Cheap refills from fleabay. Hot. Runs on 4xAAs which last a while.

Bought one from a Charity shop at my local for only £3.50 but then realising that the refills were expensive, its now in the bottom of my draw

The iron on tapes are brilliant for labelling school clothes, they stay on wash after wash. Yes tapes are expensive and I hate they way you get an inch of blank tape at the start and end of any printing. Having said that I use it loads and would hate to be without it now. An OCD freaks dream, all my screw, nuts and bolt trays in my shed are neatly labelled. We have one at work and I have another with more functions however this model is by far the best and easiest to use.
Edited by: "ScottyMelotty" 27th Aug 2014

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darkh0rse

These are great for labelling cables, plugs, freezer items. Cheap refills … These are great for labelling cables, plugs, freezer items. Cheap refills from fleabay. Hot. Runs on 4xAAs which last a while.


Your thoughts and writing are too good for a child

Great price!

You think this is expensive? You should try out a Brady. You're looking at £1000 for an entry unit with crappy software.

Aldi also advertising the demo labels for £3.69
Choose from White Plastic, Clear Plastic, Yellow Plastic or White Paper
12mm x 4m refill tapes

snatch_master

If you have kids be prepared to buy lots of rolls of expensive tape



So true! Be good for stocking fillers though.

Heat added

Get a thermal printer much better
Ebay
Cheap rolls no ink.

Banned

Could bar-code label makers cost that much and be portable!
Fed up making labels home, then going to shop to buy things..
Just dont tell me you feel bad if you find glitch online and buy it.
Same here, just that`s everyday glitch in store..heh..
I am joking..of course...! chgmm

Edited by: "artcheezzz" 28th Aug 2014

Great if you want something portable - otherwise consider waiting for Brother to do one of their special deals. The QL-710W wireless comes up for around £25-30 occasionally... and it's a wicked piece of kit..you can use an ipod to take a picture and print it off in seconds.. No inks to refill.. cheap labels online etc...

I use mine to print urban graffiti stickers and miniature B&W landscape prints... http://www.thequietplace.co.uk/emit/whistle.gif

brother.co.uk/lab…10w

thegamingkinginfo

Bought one from a Charity shop at my local for only £3.50 but then … Bought one from a Charity shop at my local for only £3.50 but then realising that the refills were expensive, its now in the bottom of my draw



PM me if you're interested in selling please

Looks good, I might grab one of these as I have endless plugs and cables etc that need labelling not to mention sticking some cool labels on my server like a pro server room has

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artcheezzz

Could bar-code label makers cost that much and be portable! Fed up making … Could bar-code label makers cost that much and be portable! Fed up making labels home, then going to shop to buy things..Just dont tell me you feel bad if you find glitch online and buy it.Same here, just that`s everyday glitch in store..heh..I am joking..of course...! chgmm



What the hell?

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2409chris


Stupid but NOT racist,
everyone is generally same!

Anyone know where you can get cheap tape? The prices are ridiculous for them, buy like 3-4 and you have paid for the label machine.

Horrible labeler. Tape runs out too quickly and is bad quality(sticker doesnt always separate, and paper).
Letters printed are missing parts. It purely is just a toy.

Soni84

Horrible labeler. Tape runs out too quickly and is bad quality(sticker … Horrible labeler. Tape runs out too quickly and is bad quality(sticker doesnt always separate, and paper).Letters printed are missing parts. It purely is just a toy.



The brother printer isn't like that !

The quality is always A1, and it automatically trims the label perfectly.. the backing peels off easily they stick well - and ink doesn't easily smudge either (its thermal so sort of burned in)..

(<- smug grin)

Bought last time but had to return it as I found the ABC keyboard on these impossible to live with, we are all so use to qwerty now even on phones. As others have said the Brother ones are also better quality and more different label types available.

Soni84

Horrible labeler. Tape runs out too quickly and is bad quality(sticker … Horrible labeler. Tape runs out too quickly and is bad quality(sticker doesnt always separate, and paper).Letters printed are missing parts. It purely is just a toy.



Not what I am finding as I am currently using it to label up hifi cabling (flag tagging). Print is just fine, sticker separates fine, and backing has a line split down the middle for ease of removal (just bend slightly)...this is using the plastic labels that Aldi have for £3.69 a reel.

A great purchase for labelling tool cabinet drawers etc, saves the constant "no, no, no, no, ah there it is"

Also labelled funny things and wait for people to notice, 'cos I'm a comedy genius.
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