|Item Weight||3.2 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||11.7 x 9 x 0.4 inches|
|Item model number||48160|
|Number of Items||1|
|Size||1 x 2 5/8|
|Manufacturer Part Number||48160|
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Avery White EcoFriendly Address Labels, 1 x 2.625 Inches, Box of 750 (48160)
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- Great for adressing, gift tags, organizing, identification and more
- Customize your labels with your own unique logo or graphics at avery.com/print
- Labels and packaging are made of 100% recycled material and are processed chlorine free
- Water-based adhesive is 100% recyclable
- Compatible with both laser and inkjet printers
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Top Customer Reviews
At any rate, these are nice labels and work pretty much the same as any other label so I have to give them a high rating.
While doing spring cleaning and organizing my home and office, I also used these to label boxes, plastic containers and shelves around the house. I suggest giving this product a try, and you will be pleased.
THE LABELS THEMSELVES
-I don't care for the "easy-peel". The package recommends printing 1 page(30 labels) at a time, or else it's likely to jam.
-They seem to work fine for the most part, although they don't do very well in laser. Avery's own printing doesn't even adhere to the page that well.
AVERY'S ECO CLAIMS:
-Making paper chlorine-free is important. This is definitely a plus in my book.
-However, there are also layers of other chemicals used in paper & labels (surface sizing, for example), and there is no mention of this. Please be aware that making these chlorine-free does NOT ensure they are "natural" or "chemical-free". Chlorine-free is just a good start.
-The package also says they used soy & vegetable based inks made from renewable resources. This is also slightly misleading - they use a maximum of 30% soy/vegetable ink, mixed in with the same ink toxins they normally use. Again, a good start, but beware of the claim.
-Also, the claim that the adhesive is 100% recyclable is misleading and a completely worthless claim. When does a *used* label ever get peeled off and thrown in the reycle bin? The most important part to recycle is the waxy backing paper, which Avery does not address.
-Finally, pay attention to the claims "Recycled" vs. "Recyclable". They can claim that just about anything is "recyclable", but it's much more important to focus on post-consumer content. Fortunately, these are 100% post-consumer content, though the cardboard package is only 35%.Read more ›
I like to use the Address size labels for labeling books in my daughter's classroom library.
I am a very frugal shopper, but when it comes to labels I feel Avery's quality justifies the price. I would recommend Avery brand labels to anyone!
On the "environmental friendliness": while the labels are 100% postconsumer, the package is only 35%. The backer sheets are just as landfill-bound as ever. The labels and packaging use vegetable inks. There were two Box Tops for Education on my package. Basic usage tips are printed on the back of every sheet, which is helpful, as are the feed instructions printed on the front of each sheet. Oddly, though, the stuff on the front is in English and French, while the stuff on the back is in English and Spanish.
The stickiness of these labels is mid-grade; they're relatively easy to peel off the backer (4/5), peel easily off regular cardboard with and without packing tape and shipping labels (3/5) and don't restick well, stick relatively well to glossy cardboard (4/5) and restick almost as well, and peel cleanly but not super-easily off paper (4/5) and restick just OK. The popup edge to help peel the labels off the sheet is OK, but kind of superfluous. If you tear off a column from the sheet of three, however, it leaves the popup edges exposed so they'll try to stick to whatever you set the tearoff down on and/or lose their stickiness on that edge by getting dusty. The popup edge on the right side of the sheet is a little harder to fold because there's no paper on it to help stiffen it; the perforations are only on the right edges of the labels.
I used the built-in Avery 5160 template in MS Word 2003 to test these labels.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I use a lot of labels in my classroom library. Thought I'd choose these through the Vine program since I can always use more labels. Read morePublished on December 15, 2011 by Chocolate_therapy
I have to admit, I have a hard time reviewing labels because I don't have any grand expectations. As long as they don't jam my printer, bleed or rip too easily, I'm satisfied. Read morePublished on November 19, 2011 by Chicago Book Addict
I'm not sure how to write a review of address labels, but I can say this: They stick excellently, are "green" friendly, feed perfectly into the printer without smudging, and are... Read morePublished on May 7, 2011 by Brian Hulett
These labels work well. They go through my laser printer without getting torn or jammed, and they stick well to envelopes and other packaging. Read morePublished on February 25, 2011 by No Zombies
I have been using 3M permanent adhesive address labels for my needs but this time I have the chance to review Avery's EcoFriendly version, thanks to Amazon Vine. Read morePublished on February 21, 2011 by fatmav
If you are a perfectionist and NEVER make a mistake THESE ARE THE LABELS FOR YOU!!!
However, I occasionally will need to cover up old addresses, or make corrections with new... Read more