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  • 200 Half Sheet Shipping Labels, (2) - 8 1/2 X 5 1/2 Labels Per Sheet. Will Work in Both Laser and Inkjet Printers. Made of Heavyweight Material with Super Adhesive Sticker. For Use with Internet Postage Sites Like Ebay, Paypal. Stamps.com Ext... Same Size As the Avery® 5126 Template
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200 Half Sheet Shipping Labels, (2) - 8 1/2 X 5 1/2 Labels Per Sheet. Will Work in Both Laser and Inkjet Printers. Made of Heavyweight Material with Super Adhesive Sticker. For Use with Internet Postage Sites Like Ebay, Paypal. Stamps.com Ext... Same Size As the Avery® 5126 Template


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  • Excellent value for a quality shipping sticker
  • Save time and resources when creating two labels per sheet
  • 1/2 sheet stick is made to meet the needs of any internet postage site.
  • Super Sticker! Sticker will stick to any surface - example in the Photo is a 10 oz package
  • Will work with Both Laser and InkJet printers!
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Product Information

Technical Details
Brand NameGeneric Labels
Item Weight2.2 pounds
Product Dimensions12 x 9 x 1 inches
Item model numberUL-2up-100
ColorWhite
Material Type50# Matte paper
Size100 sheets = 200 labels
Manufacturer Part NumberUL-100-2
  
Additional Information
ASINB004YU70H8
Best Sellers Rank #6,526 in Office Products (See top 100)
Shipping Weight2.8 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
Date First AvailableMay 2, 2011
  
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Product Description

High on quality and value - these half sheet shipping labels will save you time and resources when creating postage labels from popular internet postage sites. Assured to work well with both residental and commercial laser or inkjet printers, these labels can handle being run through the printer more than once with jamming. The paper a 50# bond paper which is the highest weight paper that is on the market. These are flat white that is designed to grab your ink and hold on to it. Will not smudge to the touch. The paper size is 8.5 x 11 sheets with 2 labels per sheet. This is a great quality item that you will have a for a great price. Be Careful when ordering from anyone other than Universal Labels or VeraGJ - Not the same quality and may be a lighterweight and cheaper label.

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I have an kodak inkjet printer and these labels work perfect with it.
D.Warren
The labels are white on BOTH sides, they are a little hard to tell which side is the label, and they tend to curl at the corners if you leave them out of the plastic.
Brent
I have had very good luck with these labels, no issues at all and serves their purpose well.
Kristy Tyrney

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14 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on February 17, 2012
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** UPDATE ** I bought another set of 200 sheets. I went through the first pack without one problem. Nothing changes from my review below either. They hold up very well and for the price it is a great deal. This batch I got from seller Universal Labels and the print seems better on this set. It doesn't smear as easy as the last one, the label seems a bit softer to absorb the ink a little better. So they are slightly better than the first batch.

First off, the review I'm writing is from the product from seller VeraGJ. Their shipping time was very fast and they packed the paper very well so the sheets would not be damaged during shipping.

I have had no issues sticking the labels on packages, the adhesive seems strong and it gets the job done.

The labels are light so if you have writing underneath it makes a shadow on the label, but it is not too bad, these are not made for covering up older labels.

I use these with an inkjet (HP) printer and the ink smears (dusty) a bit at first and mostly in heavy areas (more than typical paper does). So far this is not a deal breaker for me. I am just careful applying the label to the package if I apply it before it dries. The paper feeds well through the printer as well, no issues there yet. (I will update this if that changes). But I'm able to feed the sheet through multiple times if I need to print one at a time.

I would say if you do not mind waiting for ink to dry and do not have to cover up old labels then these will be good for you, especially for the quantity and price. If those are two pain points for you, you will probably look to buy better quality.

I simply bought these so I could stop printing out labels and taping them to packages.
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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Jennifer Allan on March 29, 2012
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I do a lot of shipping from my home office, and previously used labels from the Stamps.com store... which were a bit pricey. It suddenly occurred to me that there might be a less-expensive option, so I landed on these.

Eh.

Yes, they're cheap. And yes... they're cheap. I've had no problems getting them to run through my printer, but as others noted, the ink smears badly and it's very difficult to tell which side is "up." I've also noticed that in damp weather the labels lose their grip, so I've started taping them on.

Here's the thing. I really don't expect a lot from a label except for what it's supposed to do. Which is... stick to the box or envelope I put it on and not smear all over itself and my hands. These labels just don't cut it. I won't be buying them again.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Suzanne on August 12, 2011
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Great labels, my only complaint is the back/front is not marked. The seam between labels is very thin. So unless you have perfect vision...you will have to work hard to figure what side goes into the printable side. other than that, I like the quality.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By cherrysweater on December 1, 2013
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I have purchased these twice, looking at my orders now it was from two different sellers. I mostly ship first-class mail items, so weight of the label is pretty important. Also they go on boxes, bubble mailers and poly mailers. I usually make two passes on one sheet in an HP1300.

The first was from FantasyBuy. The two stickers took up the whole page so I guess for some it may be difficult to see which end is up, for me it wasn't - especially if you look for the seam in the middle, you'll be able to easily see where the two labels split. They print on fine, have jammed my printer twice in one pack but it's because I didn't line it up properly for the second feed. They were a bit heavier but I didn't notice a difference in packaging weight. If I packaged items at night, most morning I would find that the ends of the sticker had curled up off my bubble mailers and some on my boxes.

The second was ToysNGames - the labels they sent were two die-cut labels on a page, so it was very easy to see which side the label was on because the edges of the sticker were rounded off. I liked the stickiness of them better, maybe one in 5 packages the end would peel up over night. They didn't jam on me from what I could remember. They were also nice and light.

On either sticker, using them on poly mailers was ok. They stuck and stayed down around the edges but an unscrupulous sort could easily peel the sticker off and no one would be any wiser.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By N. Joy on December 16, 2012
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I do a lot of shipping from home. I had been buying the half-sheet Avery brand labels because I was afraid of thinner labels getting jammed in my 7 year old HP printer. Once I upgraded my printer to an Epson WF-2540, I decided to gamble on and try out the cheaper labels.

So far, they work fine. They're very thin--you can see through them fairly well, so if you plan to use these to cover up old labels or writing on your package, these are not for you. You're better off getting the more expensive Avery labels, which are completely opaque. However, if you just need a ton of labels to print on and opacity isn't an issue and you have a newer printer, I'd say these work fine. Sometimes my printer grabs two sheets while printing instead of just one, probably since they're so thin, but that's really a minor issue. Nothing has jammed and the ink doesn't smear, plus they stick fine on all the packaging I've used (flat rate boxes, envelopes, and polymailers). I'll keep buying these since the price is right and they work perfectly fine for what they are.
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