Reviews and Problems with Dymo LabelWriter 450 Twin Turbo
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Near impossible set up
20 April 2013
Excerpt: I've had the computer tech guys even try to set it up. This will be the third try for them and that think they might have it ready. It does work well for postage labels, but that is all so far.
Summary: For computer postage, use Avery labels on your printer and buy a stand-alone postage scale. You may lose something in the lack of automation but at least it will work and work cheaply. This solution is rated "Too expensive to use" and unreliable.
Pros: Printer works great and creates postal labels without ink or toner
Cons: Each label will cost you $0.17 each. ($17/roll of labels). Printing your postage label on plain paper and gluing it to your parcel or using Avery labels is a a better solution. Also keep in mind that the Postal Service will NOT refund any badly printed postage on Dymo labels. Therefore it is wise...