|Item Weight||1.7 pounds|
|Package Dimensions||12.5 x 10.9 x 2.8 inches|
|Size||CD/DVD Making Kit|
|Manufacturer Part Number||5699/8692/2PACK|
Avery CD/DVD Label Applicator (5699) and Avery CD Labels, Matte White, 80 Disc Labels and 160 Spine Labels (8692)
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- This Making Kit includes Avery CD/DVD Label Applicator (5699) and Avery CD Labels, Matte White, 80 Disc Labels and 160 Spine Labels (8692)
- Easy-to-use applicator for applying CD/DVD labels.
- Centers label perfectly every time.Tall center spindle prevents label curl.
- CD/DVD label design kit refills. 80 Disc Labels and 160 Spine Labels
- Print-to-the-edge capability. Perfect
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Apply custom labels with precision using the Avery CD/DVD Label Applicator 5699. Creating sophisticated presentations, product demos, and clearly-labeled archives is easy when you print your own, high-quality CD and DVD labels, and this easy-to-use applicator centers them perfectly every time, so you never have to worry about an unsteady hand resulting in an unbalanced disk. This compact device fits neatly inside a drawer or on your desk, so it's always ready when you need to press a new disk and label it professionally.
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If you can figure out some way to make a curly label lay flat, you may be able to use this. I cannot.
Normally, I would rate a product of this quality perhaps a 3-star. I normally wouldn't purchase such a product. I've been in the computer industry for about 25 years, and started playing with computers since I was 8 years old. The first pack of writable CD's I purchased costed about $50 for a pack of 15. Yes, so I've been doing this for a long time and never believed in devices like these. The rational is that you're just doing one or a few CD's at a time and "don't be so lazy, just line it up and stick on the label". Why waste your money? It's not entirely true, I did own a similar device about 15 years ago, but hardly had any use for it. it was sloppy, inaccurate, expensive and clumsy.
Well, my company had been distributing software these past couple years, and 5 here and 10 there wasn't a big deal. We recently had an order for 50 pieces and now it's a big deal. After all DVD's were duplicated, and labels printed, sticking on the labels with this device only took about half an hour for all 50 discs. It probably would have taken 2-3 hours doing it by hand, so I'm grateful for such a device.
However, I mentioned I would normally rate something like this a 3-star because of what I've found here. The label and cd mandrels are pretty sloppy. I understand THINGS need to be a little sloppy because of manufacturing tolerances between different label manufacturers, disc manufacturers, and all the equipment that goes into making them, etc. If tolerances are held too tight, chances of your choice of media and materials would probably have a 15-25% change of fitting and working for you. So, although I got the job done quickly, most of the labels were not as centered as if I were to do each one by hand. Some were so far off that some labels met the edge of the disc on one side and about 1/16" - 1/8" gap on the other side. Obviously there was some rework to be done.
At the end of the day, a $10 label sticking device saved me hours of work. If this is for personal use, it might take a while for such a device to pay for itself. For me, the device arrived today and the job was completed in half an hour, so this device already paid for itself.