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  • DYMO Desktop Mailing Solution w/LabelWriter Twin Turbo and 5 lb. USB Scale
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DYMO Desktop Mailing Solution w/LabelWriter Twin Turbo and 5 lb. USB Scale

by DYMO

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  • Includes starter rolls of white address and DYMO Stamps postage labels
  • Easily create professional-looking labels that print in seconds
  • Holds two rolls of labels at the same time, so you can print address and postage labels, without having to switch rolls
  • Printer comes with DYMO Label and DYMO Stamps software, that will have you printing address and postage labels in minutes
  • USB-connected postal scale, place an envelope or package on the scale and your DYMO Stamps software will indicate how much postage is required to mail
  • Sets up in minutes and works with Microsoft Windows XP/Vista (32- or 64-bit) or Mac OS 10.4 or higher
  • First, a LabelWriter Twin Turbo printer, the printer that holds two rolls of labels at the same time, so you can print address and postage labels, without having to switch rolls
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Product Information

Technical Details
Brand NameDYMO
Item Weight5.9 pounds
Product Dimensions11.8 x 6.6 x 9.9 inches
Item model number69270
ColorBlack, Silver
Number of Items1
Manufacturer Part NumberN05286
  
Additional Information
ASINB000QWCAQY
Best Sellers Rank #61,289 in Office Products (See top 100)
Shipping Weight7 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 AvailableSeptember 1, 2004
  
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  • Mac Compatible

Product Description

DYM1757660 Exceptionally fast, convenient and versatile. PC/Mac -connected label printer lets you label, mail and file smarter with DYMO Productivity Software. Powerful and intuitve label software includes an integrated address book that makes it easier to select and filter multiple addresses. Add-ins allow one-click printing from popular software programs such as Microsoft Word, Excel , Outlook , QuickBooks and CardScan . Address Fixer corrects addresses from the USPS data base. Prints 56 label styles in eight categories plus USPS -approved No-Monthly-Fee DYMO Stamps postage labels. Convert your paper files to digital with DYMO File LT. 600 x 300 dpi resolution. Cost-effective, efficient direct thermal printing no ink or toner required! ''Sleep mode'' conserves energy. Label guide feature ensures that each label prints perfectly. Compact design saves valuable work space. Compatible with Windows and Mac . LabelWriter 400 Twin Turbo label printer, DYMO Stamps software and 10-lb postal scale work together to weigh mail, then calculate and print the correct USPS approved postage for First Class, Flat Rate Priority Mail and Express Mail , postcards and International Mail (one ounce). USB-connected compact scale features easy-to-read digital display. Maximum Tape/Label Width: 2 7/16 in; Printing Speed: 71 Labels/Minute; Maximum Resolution (Dpi): 600 x 300 DPI; Operating System Compatibility: Mac OS 10.2.8 and Later; Windows 2000, XP, Vista .PRODUCT DETAILS: -Pre-Consumer Recycled Content Percent [Nom]: 0 pct. -Maximum Resolution (Dpi): 600 x 300 DPI. -Post-Consumer Recycled Content Percent [Nom]: 0 pct. -Operating System Compatibility: Mac OS 10.2.8 and Later, Windows 2000, XP, Vista . -Total Recycled Content Percent [Nom]: 0 pct. -Global Product Type: Label Printers-PC/Mac-Connected Thermal. -Quantity [Nom]: 1 each. -Connectivity: USB. -Printing Speed: 71 Labels/Minute. -Maximum Tape/Label Width [Nom]: 2 7/16 in. Package: Includes label printer, scale an

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Label printer is also excellent.
TLS-PLS
Plus the convenience of printing your own stamps, using just the right amount of postage, thanks to the scale and integrated software, is beyond wonderful.
Thinkman
Summary - Very Cool, affordable, time saving, the future is here now.
Larry A. Patrick

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27 of 27 people found the following review helpful By Larry A. Patrick on December 3, 2007
I've only had this system two weeks, so far I'm way beyond very impressed!

The Good - Small 8"x8" footprint, fast & quiet printing, no ink replacements ever needed and you have stamps and labels ready to print. The software is easy to install & use, and there are no monthly fees (unlike Pitney Bowes). Print one stamp or run a roll 10 or 15 $.41 stamps. My computer is always on and I can print a fast $.41 stamp in less than 10 seconds. Really! With a package or envelope over one ($.41) ounce, the scale automatically calculates the correct postage and offers 1st Class or Priority Mail options in seconds! The label software is just as fast and easy to use! Type in the name & address and the software will find the complete zip code and save it for the next time. You can even import your existing address book.

The Bad - No insurance or registered mail is offered for the free 'no monthly fee plan'. However if you pay $9.99 a month through Endicia, Dymo's postal partner, a another software program and these options are available. Still less money than any competitor such as Stamps.com or Pitney Bowes.

Summary - Very Cool, affordable, time saving, the future is here now.
After your initial purchase, the cheapest way to buy stamps!
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17 of 17 people found the following review helpful By J. Cramer on September 2, 2007
I purchased this to expedite my small office mailings and it has lived up to its description. The set up was quite easy on my Mac, as was establishing an account for the postage. Having access to two types of labels at once is very handy as you can print out an envelope label and postage without changing any spools. No more struggling to get paper out of my paper tray, properly feed an envelope and then have to refill the letter tray. The time I save sending letters with this system will pay for itself in a very short time.
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15 of 15 people found the following review helpful By L. Rushforth on December 10, 2007
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PRO: I echo the two prior reviewers. The combination of the Twin Turbo Labelwriter and the USB scale is a great value. The Labelwriter software installed without any problems. To use Dymo Stamps (which requires no monthly fee), a separate download is required, but that software also installed without any problems, and creating a postage account was easy with a credit card. The scale was recognized instantly, and it is great to be able to print the precise postage. The scale works by itself without the software (giving weight only, not postage amount). With a 9-volt battery, the scale works with the computer off. Having two spools allows one spool to be dedicated for labels and another for stamps, if you wish. I am just learning to use the label template designer, but my initial assessment is very positive.

CON: This printer cannot detect the size and type of labels in the printer, so you have to make sure the setting in the software matches the actual label. Also, you have to notice which spool (left or right) it wants to print to. The cost of labels (including shipping) does add to the effective cost of the postage. [All of these "problems" are outweighed by the convenience and added productivity.]
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Robert Paterson on October 16, 2009
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Ask yourself: how much is your time worth? If you live a block away from your local post office, perhaps this solution is unnecessary, but when every minute counts, this is a no-brainer. At first, I was hesitant about purchasing this since it is significantly more expensive than the single spool version, but after using it for a few days, the convenience is definitely worth it.

I use a Mac, and although the software interface has a distinct 90s look (at least to me), it works like a charm, and couldn't be easier to use. You start the software, which takes a few seconds, then select what type of package you're mailing, weigh it, and print the postage and/or label, which takes, and a kid you not, ONE SECOND. Not ten, at least not the one I have, one. That's pretty cool.

A few comments on previous reviews. If cost is an issue, I would suggest not purchasing labels from Dymo. Just look online for a minute and you'll find great deals on labels elsewhere, like from label value dot com. You can use any labels that are compatible with this printer. (NOTE: the labels ink themselves, so you can't use regular labels that you run through a normal printer.)

Re. the comment by another reviewer that about which spools it prints to, with the version of software I have, it remembers which spools is which automatically after you set it the first time.

Something else I like: when I used to go to the post office, each trip was a single charge. Now, using Endicia, I pay a certain amount, say $100, and the postage draws off that, so there are less items each month on my bank statement. I really like not seeing a whole bunch of post office charges each month.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Steven Odekirk on July 2, 2008
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I've been using this product for about a month and the only reason I gave it a 4 rating instead of 5 is because there is no power off switch on the printer (which I knew before I purchased it) and the scale tends to jump around a bit (between 3 & 4 tenths of an ounce) with no objects on it. I have to zero it and get my item on it before it starts adding on the extra weight. Very happy with Amazon's Great prices and Excellent Service!!!
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