well normally they don't. The problem i've had is with the gentuine labels after a number of years, they delaminate, something which never happened to the original Dymo labler, though it did use a very different technique
I've not had any problems with the letters wearing off. The problems i've had is with the labels not sticking. The originals stick great, others not good.
The back protects the back of the lettering. The lettering is just a very thin layer of coloured plastic which can then easily wear off.
For any one looking for them in Aldi I found them in Aldi Kidbrooke there were quite a few left.
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When originally posted all those months ago, it was that price including VAT. Maybe a mistake on the sellers part I don't know, this deal went subzero for some reason. Tried to tell everyone it was a bargain at the time, especially as it had been OOS for months everywhere due to the first lockdown, but no-one could see it. (confused) Just have to add, it's the best thing I've bought in years and an absolute god-send when printing labels direct from Royal Mail and MyHermes. (y)
Failed to mention the price is ex vat.
@Lakesman Heat added because this isn't a cold deal. It's an excellent printer for anyone who has lots of labels to print
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 fickleness 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)
I agree with that. As I also use qwerty daily, on phone, laptop etc..
Only negative is the keyboard not being qwerty but in letter order which is annoying.
The included tape is paper and no good for anything like kids bottles that get washed. You can pick up the plastic tape at Aldi for about £3.70 though. Online you can get aftermarket packs of tape much cheaper too. Bought one at the weekend and pleased with it. You can save and load reoccurring labels such as names and add borders etc such as a crocodile, flowers, train, hearts etc. Very pleased with mine. Heat from me
Posted 3rd Mar 2020Posted 3rd Mar 2020
Dymo Omega Home Embossing Label Maker £12.99 + £4.49 NP at Amazon£12.99£21.1138% offAmazon Deals
I have created my video and uploaded it.. Let me know if you'd like to see my unboxing and in depth review!
You're welcome (y) 🏻 anything in particular you'd like to see / know?
I haven't opened mine get.. Will probably do it on the weekend. Should I do an unhooking and quick look video? Let me know guys! Especially those who are on the fence about getting one of these... Any questions or features of the machine you'd like me to cover? Just let me know (y) 🏻
I have one of these at work and we use it all the time. Great for keeping things organised.
Posted 5th Nov 2019Posted 5th Nov 2019
20% off Dymo Label writer 25% off Brother PT Cube plus other offers with voucher Codes @ Cartridge PeopleCartridge People Voucher
Yes the Wickes deal doesn't seem to come with a case, while the Amazon and DYMO Express deals have a case. But Amazon price for the same boxed unit that Wickes has, is more costly then the one with and case. DYMO Express doesn't seem to have a cost just the boxed unit.
Don’t think this comes with the case ect
This is what you would pay for a brand new Dymo XTL 300 Label Maker on other retailers amazon £199.78 https://www.amazon.co.uk/Dymo-Label-Maker-QWERTY-Keyboard/dp/B0140YZ4HU dymo express £359.99 https://www.dymo-express.co.uk/dymo-rhino/dymo-xtl-300-labeller-kit-case-1873305.html ebay £215.00 + P&P https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Dymo-XTL-300-Brand-New-Label-Maker/162613619950?hash=item25dc86ecee:g:ItEAAOSwxxVZgPgD
The brother cube plus is a couple of quid cheaper on Amazon at moment if you fancy something wireless. Decent little thing
Yeah the packaging is a bit of a sod to get open, I did actually nick my finger on it ;(
Good price, thanks for posting. Picked one up today. It's a bit of a battle to open the packaging. but once accomplished you will need 4 x AA batteries. The cassette that comes with it is black on white paper.
Do aldi sell them?
These are good but would pay a bit more for the QWERTY one.
Yes but, there are two versions, get the qwerty version, ABC is a real pain
Posted 30th Jul 2019Posted 30th Jul 2019
20%Dymo LabelWriter Wireless Thermal Transfer Label Printer Silver / White (1980562) with Code @ Cartridge PeopleCartridge People Voucher
I guess you don't have plugs upairs and downstairs. I wasn't given batteries, don't need #em as I do have upsyairs and downstairs mains.. I have whats know as a modern house, caves are so last millenium.
It's good you were given batteries. It must not just be mains powered then! I don't know why anyone would want to use a portable printer with mains power anyway, seems hardly worth mentioning.. :p
Batteries were given, Like all of these type of printers.
It's not just mains powered though is it? According to the website it's battery powered, with mains power being an option with a separate mains adapter. https://www.labelcity.com/powering-your-dymo-letratag-lt100h-label-maker