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Avery CD Labels, White Matte, 40 CD Labels and 80 Spine Labels (8960)

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  • Full-face CD labels for inkjet printer.
  • Covers 100% of the CD, allowing more space for customized logos, graphics and text.
  • Easy-to-hold tabs secure label for Perfect centering every time.
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Product Description

Covers 100% of the CD, allowing more space for customized logos, graphics and text. Easy-to-hold tabs secure label for perfect centering every time. Br br

From the Manufacturer

With Avery 8960 Matte White Full-Face CD Labels, identifying CDs and DVDs is quick and painless. You can catalog digital photos, music, and important backup disks, or create professional looking demos and presentations labeled with photo-quality graphics and crisp text, all using your own inkjet printer. Downloadable DesignPro software and free templates are available from avery.com to help you start designing, and Avery even makes a special applicator that can help you apply these precut labels quickly and precisely (not included). A special CD drive and player guarantee ensures that these label won't lift, peel off, or wrinkle, as long as they are not exposed to extreme temperatures or humidity.

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40 Disk Labels and 80 Spine Labels.


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Technical Details

Brand Name Avery
Item Weight 8.8 pounds
Product Dimensions 12 x 9.5 x 0.3 inches
Item model number 8960
Color White
Number of Items 1
Size 4 1/2" diameter
Sheet Size 8.5-x-11-inch
Manufacturer Part Number 8960

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ASIN B00062LRNQ
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4.5 out of 5 stars 90 customer reviews

4.5 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #9,504 in Office Products (See top 100)
#59 in Office Products > Office Supplies > Labels, Indexes & Stamps > Labels & Stickers > Printer Labels: Laser & Inkjet
Shipping Weight 8.8 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
Date First Available November 15, 2005

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By Richard B. Green VINE VOICE on November 15, 2009
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Although it is stated plainly on the front of each package of labels (Will not life or peel), these labels do lift, I'm guessing from the movement of air created as a disc spins inside any machine, causing the edge of labels to lift. If your disc sits inside a drawer or a front cover can be lifted to insert or remove a disc, there is less problem. If your disc is inserted into a slot (car CD players or my Bose system) and that edge lifts, it will be near impossible to eject the CD. Such was my problem; I had to have someone remove the front panel in our van, retrieve the discs from the player, only to find that not being able to eject the affected disc had also damaged the drop down mechanism as each of six discs was to play. I called Avery Dennison at one time, spoke to someone in, perhaps, India; "Oh, no, we've had no reported problems." Instead they sent me a package of the CD labels. I wrote to the company, received two additional packages of labels in response to my letter. So, after a new disc player was installed in our van, I packed all unused lables, the unopened packages of labels, the applicator and any receipts I could find, including for installation and purchase of a new disc player, copied all of those receipts, and sent them back to the company. I'll be waiting to see just what action, if any, they take. There is a new program, LightScribe, for labeling discs that works with the same mechanism used to burn CDs. This sounds preferable to affixing any labels in the future
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I expect quality products and I was not disappointed with Avery's cd labels. The full face allows for more room on the label for creativity. The labels are easy to remove from their backing and place on cd's. I am very pleased with this product.
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These labels are thin and flimsy and tear easily. Moreover, they are not precise. They fit loosely on a standard labeling machine's small spindle, and the result is a sloppy looking, off-center label. To add insult to injury, Avery has a template on the Website for the 8960 label, but the actual label sheet directs you to use either of two template numbers, neither of which is 8960. I checked the Avery site, and the numbers are for templates that have nothing to do with this label.

Neato labels are more substantial and precise. Unfortunately, Neato doesn't make the "full" DVD label with the small hole, so I guess the only solution is to go back to their CD-style big hole label.
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So the labels work, and I have used them successfully. But you'd better be really careful. The little white tabs that you use to handle the label during the application process do not tear off cleanly, so no matter how careful I am I always end up with some little paper shreddies sticking out of my label on both sides. So, I pick the big ones out with tweezers and stick the others down.

So far so good, but this certainly can't be the last word in this sort of product. I think once I use up these labels I'll look at other products.
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Compared to other labels (Memorex) these seem extremely thin and flimsy. They're also a pain to peel off after they're printed. But the worst part - if you print one of the two lables, use the one you printed, then try to use the same template for another printout, BE CAREFUL!! When it went through my printer some of the sticky parts of the template shredded around parts of my printer, mainly in the paper feed and I had to perform SURGERY to get all the tiny pieces out. My printer still isn't the same, I couldn't get all the glue off some of the rollers. I highly recommend AGAINST this product!!!
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Before browsing Amazon, I almost purchased these at my local OfficeMax. As an afterthought, though, I paused long enough to check my computer just to see if Amazon had this brand available. Most of the time, for most products, I've found that Amazon's prices are about the same as those in the brick-and-mortar big box stores. This time, though, I was shocked at the difference. Amazon was selling this 40-pack of labels for only $11.99! OfficeMax listed this exact same pack and brand for $25.09 on their website! Now, maybe I stumbled onto a flash sale on Amazon, but I just checked this product page today. It's still listed at that same price, and it's been a week since I ordered it. I bought these labels because I had created some labels on Avery's website, and I was able to print them for free at home once these arrived in my mailbox. All I had to do was select the correct product code on the website and then click 'Print'. They turned out beautiful, and they were very easy to apply, thanks to a pair of breakaway tabs on either side of each label. And no, I didn't need to purchase the recommended label-applier for an extra 9.95. All I did was leave the disc in its case, centered the label carefully above it and then pressed down just right, moving from the center outward. Then I broke off the tabs, and presto! All 8 of my discs now have lovely, colorful labels, and I still have $13 in my pocket. Thank you, Amazon.
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So, I have a mac and a pc...there is NO way to get an easy format to create these labels. Avery has really missed the boat with these...essentially, they are useless.

They tell you to use template 5931, which cannot be found on the mac anywhere (MS Word does not have this template, surprise) and even on my pc, I am having issues with it. This process should take about 5-10 minutes from beginning to end. It's now over 45 and I cannot even get an Avery template to work with.

I'm so frustrated. Avery is horrible. There has to be an easier way...what a total waste of time and energy to print up CD labels. This should be an EASY process...it's a total nightmare.

Avery really needs to make this much more user friendly...we're not all computer whizzes! Although the physical labels might be made well, I'll never know because I have no way to print on them...

Too frustrating!

UPDATE: I tried using the AVERY online designer and couldn't do it...when you go to print, it converted my cd cover into an octagon shape and that was it...I'm done with them. They have useless customer service...I tried this on a PC and a MAC with the same result. Again, when it goes to save your project to a pdf so that you can print it, it makes it an octagon shape instead of a circle and it's absolutely useless. My advice is to avoid avery like a disease....they are horrible...
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