Reviews and Problems with Dymo LabelWriter 450 Twin Turbo
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One problem of which you should be aware
2 weeks ago
Excerpt: The DYMO printers are fine, but the newest models are not ccompatible with server software. Despite the fact that many offices have their mail room in the same room as the company server, DYMO has chosen not to put out a version of the software that is compatible. I had an older model which did run on Windows Server 2003, but this new model won't run on any server operating system.
Excerpt: multipurpose, multisize, this worked fantastic for our retail store. Print out item labels with barcodes, description labels, address labels, postage labels, sale labels, shall I go on. Because we don't need a lot of any one type this worked perfect, we can print what we need, when we need them, and we can interchange the labels easily and economically. I am very pleased with this, and because I found it on sale, it was even better!
Pros: Easy To Set Up, Easy to Use, Efficient, Reliable
Excerpt: I was mostly pleased with this product. It gives you the option of two different sizes of labels. I'm a little disappointed that the shipping labels aren't as large as I would like for them to be.
Excerpt: I like the label software that came with this printer. I have used a Brother QL500 for years and liked it, but this labeler's software is more versatile, and I love the way your previously printed labels show up as thumbnails for easy retrieval. I can buy shipping size labels in the generic for very good prices.
Pros: Genericinexpensive Labe, Good Value, Versatile
Excerpt: I was dissappointed to find that I can only use it for first class postage up to 13oz. without paying a monthly fee for an upgraded service. That defeats the purpose of having the convenience of printing postage at home. I would warn anyone who is considering this for occasional home use. However, it is nice to be able to print only one label at a time when needed.
Pros: Compact Design, Easy To Set Up, Fast Print Time
Excerpt: The Dymo printer is great. The problem is the roll of labels. The adhesive that attaches the last label to the roll gets stuck in the printer. It would be more practical if the last few labels could be marked to show that the roll is near the end so it can be replaced before it runs out as it does on a roll of paper for a credit card terminal or cash register.
Pros: Easy To Set Up, Easy To Use, Fast Print Time