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DYMO 1752265 LabelWriter 450 Turbo Thermal Label Printer

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  • Create and print up to 71 address, shipping, file folder and barcode labels, name badges and more per minute.
  • Use included DYMO Stamps software to print USPS-approved postage directly from your desktop - without fees, contracts or monthly commitments.
  • Prints on easy-peel, split-back D1 tape (1/4-, 3/8-, or 1/2-inch sizes). Thermal printing creates labels with no ink or toner.
  • Connect to PC or Mac, and you're ready to print labels right from Word, Excel, Outlook, QuickBooks and other programs.
  • 1 year limited warranty. 10.937 inches long by 5.937 inches wide by 6 inches high. 3.489 pounds. Imported.
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Product Information

Technical Details
Brand NameDYMO
Item Weight2.9 pounds
Product Dimensions10.9 x 5.9 x 6 inches
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Item model number1752265
ColorBlack/silver
Number of Items1
Size10.5000" l x 6.3800" w x 5.5000" h x
Manufacturer Part Number1752265
  
Additional Information
ASINB0027JIIKQ
Best Sellers Rank #85 in Office Products (See top 100)
Shipping Weight3.3 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
ShippingCurrently, item can be shipped only within the U.S. and to APO/FPO addresses. For APO/FPO shipments, please check with the manufacturer regarding warranty and support issues.
Date First AvailableJune 17, 2003
  
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Technical Details

  • Mac Compatible


Product Description

From the Manufacturer

DYMO LabelWriter 450 Series

DYMO Productivity Software--Work Faster and Smarter

Label, mail, and file smarter with proprietary DYMO productivity software, featuring DYMO Label v.8, DYMO Stamps, DYMO File and Address Fixer. DYMO Label v.8 software enables you to create and print address, shipping, file, folder and barcode labels, plus name badges and more--all without the extra work and hassles of printing sheet labels on a standard desktop printer. Plus, use the included DYMO Stamps software to print USPS-approved postage directly from your desktop--without fees, contracts or monthly commitments.*

Label Printer--Create Labels and USPS-Approved Postage

Quickly connect a DYMO LabelWriter label printer to your PC or Mac, and you're ready to print labels directly from Microsoft Word, Excel, Outlook, QuickBooks and other popular programs. Best of all, DYMO printers use thermal printing technology--no expensive ink or toner needed, ever. DYMO 450 series label printers carry a one-year limited warranty.

5 Label Printers to Choose From:

LabelWriter 450: Fast, smart label printing for any budget. Print basic labels for envelopes, packages, files, inventory, barcodes and more at speeds up to 51 labels per minute.**

LabelWriter 450 Turbo: Print faster--and print postage. Print 60+ label layouts at speeds up to 71 labels per minute.** Plus prints DYMO Stamps postage.

LabelWriter 450 Twin Turbo: Double your label capacity for even greater labeling and mailing efficiency. Holds two label rolls at once for maximum efficiency--print 60+ label layouts at speeds up to 71 labels per minute**, without switching label rolls. Plus prints DYMO Stamps postage.

LabelWriter 450 Duo: Print paper and plastic labels with one printer. The one printer for all your labeling jobs. Print 60+ paper label styles at speeds up to 71 labels per minute.** Plus prints DYMO D1 cassette labels and DYMO Stamps postage.

LabelWriter 4XL: DYMO's fastest and highest capacity LabelWriter label printer. Prints the widest variety of DYMO LabelWriter labels. Print postage and shipping labels right from your desktop--and labels up to 4.16 inches wide. The printer's 300 dpi resolution ensures precise barcodes and clear, legible text and graphics. It prints up to 129 labels per minute*** and has a capacity of up to 1050 labels per roll***.

Product Specifications:

Works with Windows XP, Windows Vista (32-bit, 64-bit), Windows 7 or Mac OS v10.4 or later; USB connected.

What's in the Box

Power cords, USB cable, software, instructions, and starter labels.

DYMO LabelWriter 450 Series
LabelWriter 450 Series: smart labeling and mailing solutions for your busy, cost-conscious office. View larger.

Label faster. Mail smarter. Look sharp.

Make any office more productive, efficient and professional.
DYMO LabelWriter 450 Series
Create colored labels.
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DYMO LabelWriter 450 Series
Make barcode labels for scanning packages.
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DYMO LabelWriter 450 Series
Print name tags for visitors.
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DYMO LabelWriter 450 Series
Design labels for CDs.
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DYMO LabelWriter 450 Series
Create shipping labels for larger-size packages.
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DYMO LabelWriter 450 Series
Generate labels for files and other documents. View larger.

Please note: Functions of label maker shown above vary by model.

Choose the LabelWriter That's Right For You

DYMO LabelWriter
450 Series Label Printers
LW450 LabelWriter
450
LW450T LabelWriter
450 Turbo
LW450TT LabelWriter
450 Twin Turbo
LW450Duo LabelWriter
450 Duo
LW4XL LabelWriter
4XL
Reasons For Use
(Files, binders, retail stickers, name badges, address labels, return labels, large envelope labels, etc.)
Prints Large Format (4" x 6") & High-Capacity Labels
Prints DYMO Stamps Postage*
Prints Barcodes
(Print Resolution DPI: 600x300)
Print Speed (labels/minute)
*4-line address label
51 71 71 71 53
PC or Mac Connectivity
Prints Die Cut Paper LW Label Rolls
Prints Plastic D1 Labels
(Temperature & Water Resistant)
Dual Roll Printing

*Internet connection required. DYMO Stamps service provided by Endicia, a licensed USPS PC Postage provider. Account terms are subject to change.
**4-line address label
*** When combined with the LabelWriter high-capacity address labels printing 4 line address

Product Description

DYMO 1752265 LabelWriter 450 Turbo Thermal Label Printer. Create and print up to 71 address, shipping, file folder and barcode labels, name badges and more per minute. Use included DYMO Stamps software to print USPS-approved postage directly from your desktop - without fees, contracts or monthly commitments. Prints on easy-peel, split-back D1 tape (1/4-, 3/8-, or 1/2-inch sizes). Thermal printing creates labels with no ink or toner. Connect to PC or Mac, and you're ready to print labels right from Word, Excel, Outlook, QuickBooks and other programs. 1 year limited warranty. 10.937 inches long by 5.937 inches wide by 6 inches high. 3.489 pounds. Imported.

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

It prints labels quickly and is very easy to use.
MJCJ
If given a choice, I would not get another DYMO due to lack of customer support not wanting to get to the bottom of the problem.
animaldoc
This time I didn't even touch the eject button I touched the feed button... Now it won't stop feeding labels.
theresa

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

116 of 122 people found the following review helpful By Jessica VandeLeest on May 22, 2010
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I was a little worried at first when I ordered this label printer. I sell on eBay and use the PayPal multi-order shipping tool. I was not sure if this model (450 turbo) would be compatible. They list the former model (400/400 turbo) I emailed PayPal and they assured me this would in deed work with their system. I have been using the label printer for a couple months now with no issues! When using the PayPal shipping I just have to select Dymo 400 turbo before printing. I ordered label 99019 and they are perfect for printing address, postage and confirmation all on one label. The labels print in seconds! It has saved so much time and I know that in no time at all the price of the printer will be made up for in the money I will save on paper, ink and packing tape! Set-up was easy. I have been told the included software is no good, but I printed a return address label just to try it and it seems pretty easy.
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58 of 62 people found the following review helpful By N. Adleberg on April 23, 2013
I purchased the twin turbo printer and scale and used them without trouble for several years.
Now all of the sudden they're requiring users to purchase their overpriced "genuine" labels.
I've used the generic as well as genuine and they all work fine. Genuine cost many times more than generic which they'll now not permit.
I'm left with rolls and rolls and they want me to pay $10/mo to print using the ones that aren't genuine.
Company made huge marketing mistake. AVOID AT ALL COSTS
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192 of 227 people found the following review helpful By Bart on October 24, 2010
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The physical printer is great. I love being able to print an address label and then ten seconds later do a stamp without having to switch rolls of paper.

I just spent the last half hour trying to figure out how to print postage to mail a book. I could not find the option to print $2.77 worth of postage (for a media mail package), no matter how hard I looked. And then I learned, from the DYMO website, that despite the listing for this item stating that we can, "Print USPS® approved DYMO Stamps® postage directly from your desktop -no monthly fee, contracts or commitments required," printing is limited to First Class, Priority Mail, Postcard and International Air Mail postage.

What this means is that if you want to print postage for packages you must pay $9.95 per month $99.95 per year. Something that is not mentioned in the product page.

That said, the printer works great, and otherwise lives up to its billing.
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58 of 66 people found the following review helpful By minishark on June 19, 2013
As a printer the 450 Turbo works well at generating labels of all sizes for me. As a way to print postage at home it was very convenient and one of the main reasons I purchased the machine.
The Dymo/Endica software change currently going into effect makes the Dymo Printable Postage software require an activation code to print postage. This is an outrageous change because the only way to get an activation code is to purchase a new roll of Dymo/Endica stamp labels thereby precluding people from using 3d party labels. When I bought the printer there was no mention of such restrictions, now if I want to use my printer for the functions that were advertised at the time of purchase, I have to jump through Dymo's hoops and pay them a monopoly price for labels. I've used all kinds of labels in this machine, Dymo's and 3d party labels. All of them have worked equally well. I think it is outrageous that they are holding the stamp printing function hostage by forcing people to buy their products. I freely concede that this would not be outrageous behavior by Dymo/Endica if they had always had this requirement and all purchasers spent their money knowing that this was how things were going to work. It is, however, morally wrong to make a unilateral retroactive change to the deal their customers agreed to by purchasing their products. With this change, Dymo/Endica is killing all the goodwill they built up by having nice products and alienating their formerly fanatical customers.
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18 of 18 people found the following review helpful By totally dude on April 9, 2013
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For starters, don't buy this from warehousedeals or any 3rd party seller.

If you do, you will not be eligible for the 2 yr warranty. A repair would cost $75 -- more than the cost of the unit.

I finally got it to work, although when I initially tried to get the label spool around it, it sucked it in and clogged. Took a call to support to figure out how to fix. In the meanwhile, there's a black plastic tab that is supposed to move down the roller on the bottom. Well, the tab is very weak and er, was damaged. With the tab damaged, you can't actually fit the faceplate on, so for a while it was operating without the faceplate.

Finally got it sorted out by forcing it back into position. Shoddy engineering though to make that lever so weak.

As for the value proposition, it's lousy.

I got it basically after trying out stamps.com. Stamps.com charges $16/mo to print USPS postage, and so I figured that a one-time investment of $60 would be a winner b/c I could just print out USPS postage from it for no monthly fee.

I can sorta do that. I can print out USPS postage for packages up to 13 oz. To do so I need to use special stamp rolls which cost additional, plus I have to pay the full cost of the stamp. So it doesn't really save money. A pack of 200 stamps costs $16, which is pretty high.

But I want it to print out package shipping labels for larger packages. To gain this ability, you are charged $9.99 a month. In other words, ZERO savings over Stamps.com

And the large labels aren't included in the beginner package. The larger 4x2.5 labels cost $15 for one roll of 300. That's fairly expensive for what is basically a roll of stickers. Shouldn't be more than $5.
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