Reviews and Problems with Dymo LabelWriter 450 Twin Turbo
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Great Printer - Expensive Consumables
14 February 2013
Excerpt: While the printer does provide crisp professional looking labels and postage, I find the cost of those labels to be excessive. 200 postage stamp size labels run nearly $20. While the machine could easily accomodate a much larger roll 200 is the largest I have found available.It is convenient to have for immediate printing of postage and labels but you'll find the labels start getting costly when doing large mailings routinely.I have gone back to sheet labels on my laser...
Pros: Compact Design, Easy To Set Up, Easy To Use, Fast Print Time, Low Ink Consumption, Reliable
Summary: We use this for our church off a touch screen. This was a really good printer and it suits our needs very well. I don't know if a business that needs to print labels or tapes would want to use this on a daily bases though.
Pros: Works great and does what it's designed to do. very quiet printer. Very quick for it's size
Cons: The biggest con would be the label issues and having to unplug and plug in the USB cable every time the computer goes off. We have had problems with the label as well. It will print nothing for a while. I didn't personally set it up and so it may be a "user error".
Excerpt: I use it for my business and found the initial setup to be difficult since the first label jammed and suck to internal parts, after a little investigation I noticed they built into the printer leavers to release the roller for cleaning.