|Item Weight||9.6 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||11.8 x 9.2 x 0.4 inches|
|Item model number||08160|
|Size||1 in x 2-5/8 in|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
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Avery Easy Peel Address Labels for Inkjet Printers, 1 x 2.62 Inch, Box of 750 Labels, White (08160)
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- Label Stock Paper
- Made in USA
- Remove Labels easily with Avery's Easy Peel feature. Columns can be separated to expose label edges for easier, faster peeling
- Bright White Labels for sharper print quality
- Jam-Free Guarantee
- Easy-to-use Avery Templates for Microsoft Word
- Guaranteed printer performance in HP, Canon, Epson and other popular ink jet printers
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Avery caught on to the potential of what was then known as the "micro computer" market at the very beginning and has turned out an amazing variety of labels for a bewildering array of purposes.
Labels are actually reasonably complex products in terms of the technologies they employ, such as the adhesives they employ.
Well, how do you take something as seemingly simple as a 1 x 2-5/8 inch label and make it better? Why not just leave well enough alone and continue with the same style as they started off with so many years ago? Avery doesn't think that way, which is good for us.
Avery redesigned the carrier sheet so peeling off the labels is simple as can be. It used to be that you had to bend the sheet to separate a label from the sheet and then slip a fingernail underneath it to peel it off. Now, Avery has eliminated the paper between the row of the labels and you just bend he carrier a bit and pull off the label. Simple, faster and less frustrating then it used to be.
The labels are designed for ink jet printers and I had no trouble feeding them as single sheets.
There was no spreading or blurring of colored inks.
Avery has long offered design templates to make creating labels a lot easier. Way back when, printers and software were less sophisticated and you really had to know what you were doing to print labels without a lot of waste and hassle. Now just download the template, use it in a major word processing or other application that supports them and you're set to go.
Avery still plays at the top of the label game and this particular style carries on that well deserved honor.
Updated 6/3/2012 - As these labels have aged they have developed some issues that make me reluctant to leave them with a 5 star rating. the adhesive has gotten less tacky, I now see more of the peeling the other reviewer reported. Equally annoying is a failure of my printer to recognize that these are printable. Because the easy peel has areas near the top that are not covered in label, my printer spits every fifth or sixth sheet out as unprintable. it can take a dozen re-feeds for the printer to stop thinking the page is upside down. Still love the quick release of these but the printer misfeeds are wearing me down.
I usually do need to print a huge number of labels and can't fill the entire sheet. However I found that I can reliably print the labels on the sheet in two several passes, even when some labels were alredy peeled off. o avoid labels sicking to the printer I flip the sheet and have the part that has no peeled labels go first. This really helps me to save money and only print what I need without waste.
Avery redesigned the label sheet to reduce wasted paper. Avery has eliminated the paper between the row of the labels. Despite less of a hold on the labels I am still able to feed the paper through twice as described above.
There is a large variety of free templates for use with Avery labels, all you need to know is the number of the label to get the right template. Using templates I get perfect results with several different word processors - no waste, all labels get printered and perfectly aligned.
You can't go wrong with Avery labels.
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Most Recent Customer Reviews
These labels by Avery are excellent. Will definitely purchase more.Published 6 days ago by Jennifer Dupree
I have used these labels for years. The are sized for my printer and work well.Published 6 days ago by M. Weir
These labels are definitely worth the price if you do a lot of labeling. The labels are very easily peeled off the page, and have a edge to grab ready to peel.Published 6 days ago by Kurt Fisher