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DYMO 30915 LabelWriter Self-Adhesive USPS Postage Stamp Labels, 1 5/8- by 1 1/4-inch, White, Roll of 200

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  • Eliminate trips to the Post Office. Print USPS-approved postage directly from you DYMO LabelWriter.
  • White background helps text stand out. Clear, crisp text is far easier to read.
  • Use with DYMO LabelWriter 400 Turbo, Twin Turbo, Duo, 450 Turbo, Twin Turbo, and Duo label printers.
  • Print First Class, Priority, Express flat rate envelope, International Mail (1 oz.) and postcards.
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Eliminate trips to the Post Office. Print USPS-approved postage directly from you DYMO LabelWriter. White background helps text stand out. Clear, crisp text is far easier to read. Use with DYMO LabelWriter 400 Turbo, Twin Turbo, Duo, 450 Turbo, Twin Turbo, and Duo label printers. Print First Class, Priority, Express flat rate envelope, International Mail (1 oz.) and postcards.

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Roll of postage labels are designed to create postage from the Internet. Simply print off the USPS-approved postage you need with your Dymo LabelWriter.

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Brand NameDYMO
Item Weight0.3 ounces
Product Dimensions3.7 x 3.5 x 2.6 inches
Item model number30915
Colorwhite
Number of Items1
Manufacturer Part Number30915
  
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ASINB000RPKDUU
Best Sellers Rank #1,392 in Office Products (See top 100)
Shipping Weight0.3 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
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Date First AvailableSeptember 14, 2004
  
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105 of 112 people found the following review helpful By R. Iredale on March 19, 2013
I really dislike going to the Post Office. When I'd heard about Dymo Stamps a few years ago, I jumped on it. Bought a Turbo printer and also bought a compatible roll of blanks, which added only a penny to the cost of a regular stamp. Setup worked great--until 2013.

Now Dymo says you must buy their own special stamp blanks, which cost TEN TIMES MORE than the blanks I was using. That's right--10X! So a first-class stamp is now $0.55, not the $.46 I'd been paying.

What a ripoff. Here's hoping a resourceful hacker finds a way to "adjust" the Dymo software so it no longer requires the registration code.

By the way, the 700-label rolls I've been using work perfectly. There is absolutely nothing different about the stamps--except that Dymo doesn't make $0.10 on each one.

Dymo, you are really blowing it here. The good will associated with your name and products is being destroyed by your ill-advised policy change.
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45 of 46 people found the following review helpful By ShuMO on May 14, 2013
I've used Dymo stamps and labels. They're ok, until you compare the price for the quality. I bought Dymo as a label printer, not as a stamp solution, but the stamp solution was easy to use.
The new policy of charging $120 PER YEAR (9.95/MO) OR making me buy stamps that will cost me nearly $220 per year... well. thats easily solved. Time to roll over the Dymo product to something else.
It will take 1-2 months for people like me to find a different solution. And Dymo will loose customers like me that have been around since 2006 or longer. I will no longer recommend this or any Dymo product as its clear that Dymo Management has their head up their proverbial keisters.
The simple solution would have been to partner with another label manufacturer that is doing it more cost effective. This is a baby in the bathwater scenario and I haven't seen this type of open warfare on clients since the bank fees of 2008.

Jim Shimota
VP Technology
E-Wiz, Inc.
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36 of 36 people found the following review helpful By GChicago (International Man of Intrigue) on April 25, 2013
GREAT product !!! BUT.... in JULY of 2013 Endicia (the company the works with the USPS) to print your stamps legally will REQUIRE you to buy ONLY authentic DYMO stamps. The stamps will have a code on each roll that is REQUIRED in order to be able to print on them. I have a lot of these stamps (and all non-Dymo/Endicia) and will either print a load BEFORE the deadline or just switch over. The ONLY way to use these or any of the perfectly fine GENERIC stamp stock is if you PAY a monthly fee to Endicia. I believe their least expensive monthly service is around $10/month. So BEWARE and be FORWARNED that generic stamps will not work later this summer. It stinks but I guess the companies involved are losing quite a bit of $$$. The only upside to purchasing the Endicia/Dymo stamps is that you can get REFUNDS on any misprints or errors by submitting the problem.

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51 of 56 people found the following review helpful By Mark on February 14, 2013
Dymo is now requiring an Activation Code (which is only found on their highly overpriced labels) despite making a fortune on machines and advertising free software with no mention of buying only DYMO labels).
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27 of 28 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on April 23, 2013
As other reviewers have said, Dymo is about to put into effect a requirement that you buy their stamps (about about $0.10 each, plus purchasing the actual postage), or pay for one of their subscription plan. I have love using Dymo printers until now, but it's definitely not worth it for this. I will likely stop using Dymo completely when they make the change. If their stamps were a reasonable price, I would consider buying them, but I can buy 3rd party stamps for about $0.01 each and they work perfectly.
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24 of 25 people found the following review helpful By Steve G on May 22, 2013
The Dymo Stamp system was the perfect solution for a long time. For whatever reason, they always charged an exorbitant amount for their labels... 10 cents PER label, vs. about 1.5 cents for other vendor's labels. So naturally nobody buys Dymo labels.

Now they plan to change their software so you HAVE to use their labels, using an activation code. They say this is because they are "worried" that 3rd party labels won't work well. BUT, if you pay them 10 bucks a month, you can use the 3rd party labels... I guess their "concern" has a price!

I think they should have to refund all funds on deposit, AND buy back our label maker machines. This was not it the original deal, and they are now trying to change the rules to increase their grubby little profits. Well it's not going to work. I plan to print out stamps with all my funds on deposit for future use, and ask for a refund on my hardware, which they have made obsolete.

DO NOT BUY DYMO STAMP PRODUCTS!
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29 of 31 people found the following review helpful By Edward R Lamaster on April 12, 2013
I was very happy with this product until this week. I could print stamps of any denomination I needed with third party labels I could find here on Amazon and elsewhere.

The new policy as of 6/1 requires you to buy THEIR labels which have a serial number on them for DYMO Printable Postage, so existing stock of third party labels becomes worthless, and their labels are MUCH more expensive. They can set prices as high as they want to, and you'll have to pay it. You've been warned.
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46 of 52 people found the following review helpful By Martin on April 9, 2013
I purchased the Dymo twin turbo several years ago, along with the Dymo postage scale. Everything worked beautifully, and I especially liked the ability to print supplemental postage every time the price of stamps went up and I had older stamps.
Now, everything has changed. Starting in June I will be obligated to either pay $120 per year to Dymo, or to use only their stamp blanks which are $0.10 each.
Complete rip-off, and a bait-and-switch, too.
Had I known I would have had to pay 10 cents a stamp I would never have invested in all the hardware.
Unless they change their policy I will probably stop using the Dymo system.
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