|Item Weight||1.68 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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The center post (push down and twist to get it to pop up) is high enough that even the cheaper labels that tend to curl up when you take them off the backing can be aligned properly.
Pop up the center post.
Put the label (sticky side up) on the large center post.
Put the CD label side down on the small center post (I usually burn them first...just in case there's an error, I don't want to waste labels).
At this point, I use that little foam O-ring that comes on the top of the stack of CDs and put it on top of the CD.
Now I put the clear disk that comes on top of the stack of CDs on top of the foam ring.
Press down...let up...rotate 30 degrees, repeat a couple times.
Your label will be centered and fully pressed on with no edge curl or other problems. I use the foam ring and clear disk so that nothing touched the written/writable surface of the disk I'm labeling.
If you are tired of trying to put labels on by hand and wasting them or tearing them because you have to try and take them off and reposition them...you will love this applicator. (I just did a couple hundred CDs for my church choir, and using this I was able to have the labels on a disk before the next one was done burning...GREAT time saver.)
I was browsing Amazon one day and noticed this as a recommended product. I was a little skeptical at first, but it is worth every penny. You just have to pull the DVD label sticker of the label page (purchased separately) and place the label with the sticky side facing up on the Applicator. You then place the size of the DVD that is not read towards the bottom. You then press the center button down and the label is placed perfect every time. This is a huge time saver and makes your custom labeled DVDs look more professional without paying the professional price. I would DEFINITELY recommend.
On the plus side, it does a fine job of ensuring that your label is perfectly centered. Absolutely no complaints there.
On the minus side, it really doesn't help to get the label adhered to the disc. If you push down on the center of the disc, where it's safe to put your fingers, the label will stick lightly, but won't be firmly applied. You either have to mash down on the optical surface of the disc with your fingers, or (as I did) remove the disc from the applicator, put it label side up on a lint-free cloth, and press on the label from the top side.
I ended up using two lint-free cloths, so that I could put the disc down on one, then put the second cloth on top and then gently press on the label through the cloth. I start from the hub of the disc and use the side of my hand, sliding it outward outward to press the label down while hopefully not trapping any air bubbles. I work my way around the disc this way, doing maybe four to six sweeps. This produces very good results.
I wish that the applicator made this part of the process better, and I think that it could if it were designed differently.
Perhaps finding full faced labels with a smaller hole thst grips the spindle stick better'd allow for the perfect placement every time? Most likely, a better product. It's okay...