|Item Weight||1.1 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||12 x 2.1 x 9 inches|
|Item model number||98107|
|Number of Items||1|
|Manufacturer Part Number||98107|
Avery 98107 CD-Stomper Pro CD Applicator with Software and Labels
|Price:||$29.99 & FREE Shipping|
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- CD design and applications kit
- Avery Design Pro software
- 24 white matte labels
- 6 white matte inserts
- Clip art, photos, and pre-designed layouts
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The included Avery Design Pro software helps you to design and format labels and inserts. It comes with clip art, photos, and pre-designed layouts, as well as templates for most brands of labels.
What's in the Box
Applicator, software CD-ROM, 24 white matte CD labels, six white matte jewel case inserts
Top Customer Reviews
BEWARE! The glossy labels will warp the disc over time. I've never used the thinner, matte labels so have no experience with them or their archival quality. I went to view a DVD archive that I had labeled about 18 months ago and the discs are warped beyond usability. Thinking it must be inferior media (Datawrite brand) I started to check my archived discs and older audio CDs. The media brands of these other discs include: Maxell, Memorex, Philips, Sony, and Verbatim. They all are exhibiting the warping to varying degrees all based on age. The longer the label is affixed to the disc, the more it will warp it. When pealing a label off the backing before it is applied you will notice an extreme curve toward the printed side. Who would guess that a piece of paper could exert enough force to bend a plastic CD?
Despite some other reviews, this product does NOT warp discs! You must use common sense when using products! This kit comes with a base (the stomper) and you just place the label sticky side up on the base and place the CD onto the label. You don't have to use force to apply the label. Following these guidelines will produce perfectly centered labels every time! However, if you apply a great deal of force when applying the label, you should probably expect some damage to your disc. Once again, use common sense. This is a simple product, so just follow the directions without adding your own, and you'll be fine!
I use this product to label CDs of audio sermons at my church. It works great! You can use any photo you have or will take, or you can use one of the many photos that come with the kit. The software only took me about fifteen minutes to become familiar with. Once I had that down, the only thing left was having fun with the designs. This software has limitless possibilities, and I really enjoy the feature that lets you add ANY photo as a background for a label!
Whatever your task, this product will give you the WOW effect!
Highly recommended to all!
In 2003, I purchased this software as part of a "CD STOMPER" package. Moments after installing it, I was told I needed an upgrade. After spending an unecessary amount of time getting the upgrade via online download, the problems continued. Without getting into detail, the long and short of it was that the product was not functioning as described: Images were being resized without my consent, and printed images were consistently poor in quality even when the source files were 600dpi.
After multiple attempts to contact tech support via the website, an employee finally answered me in one of the online forums. Unfortunately, not only was the help ineffective, but his responses were few and far between. Eventually, anything I posted was ignored. In addition, users with similar issues were also ignored.
I then tried contacting the company via email, and the responses were even slower. I decided to try the website once more, only to find that my IP had been banned from posting. I was furious, and decided to call the company ASAP.
After getting the runaround, I was told QUOTE: "my comments were not constructive to the tech support forum," and that, technically I was "not a click n design customer." According to the person on the phone, I had purchased their software as part of a "CD STOMPER" package that was put together by Avery.Read more ›
The only thing I've found is that all the labels included are matte/paper quality, anything more than that like glossy/photo quality is very expensive! Matte quality is standard and decent enough. I recommend having at least a good inkjet printer if you're going to print photos on the labels, they do soak up ink!
I highly recommend this product, it's quite addictive once you get the hang of it!!!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Application still using outdated softwear. Don't support curent windowPublished 3 days ago by Willie L Miller
The software didn't work... it wouldn't even install but Amazon gave me a refund.Published 2 months ago by Richard Bakos
WTF! I spent over an hour trying to figure out how to use this piece of cr*p software. I finally get to the point of printing it and cannot find the print template - ANYWHERE in... Read morePublished 4 months ago by D. Bellino
I am trying to do things with labels like I used to do with some I had years ago.Published 7 months ago by Algomobo
CD-ROM does not load with Apple Mac PCs!!! Contacted Avery Products (the manufacturer of CD-Stomper) and they confirmed that the label-making CD-ROM does not work with Apple Mac... Read morePublished 13 months ago by Joseph R. Beaty