|Item Weight||1 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||8.8 x 0.6 x 11.2 inches|
|Item model number||5523|
|Number of Items||1|
|Manufacturer Part Number||5523|
|National Stock Number||7530-01-498-9208|
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Avery Weatherproof Laser Shipping Labels, 2" x 4", 500/Pack (5523)
- Low Return Rate: 37% fewer returns than similar products
- Highly Rated: More than 85% 4 star and 5 star reviews
- Popular Item: Popular with customers shopping for "avery 5523"
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- Durable polyester labels provide strong protection against harsh elements
- TrueBlock technology completely covers everything underneath, so you can reuse boxes, mailing tubes, envelopes and more
- Customize with free templates and designs at avery.com/print
- Optimized with laser printers
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Shipping Made Easy
Avery Shipping Labels are the perfect solution when you want to create professional shipping labels quickly and easily. They're great for all your shipping and mailing projects, or to use for organizing and identification. Simply customize your labels with your logo or other graphics using the free templates and designs at Avery Design & Print Online. The drag-and-drop mail merge tool lets you quickly and easily import addresses and data for high-volume projects. Jam-free and smudge-free guaranteed, Avery Shipping Labels are perfect for all your mailing and shipping needs.
Specialty Shipping Labels
Opaque backing completely covers up old labels and markings underneath the label for a clean, professional look every time.
Stand up to harsh weather and conditions with these durable polyester labels.They resist moisture, scuffing and tearing and hold on in tough environments.
Get a custom printed-on look on all your mail. The labels virtually disappear on colored and textured surfaces, making them great for special events and occasions.
Draw attention to important messages with durable labels featuring eye-catching colors. Also great for brochures, fliers and more.
Apply labels in a snap with the patented Easy Peel feature. Just bend the label sheet to expose the Pop-up Edge, peel off your label and fold the sheet back to flat.
Easily customize your labels using the free templates and designs at Avery Design & Print Online. Personalize with your logo, graphics and other information.
Easy-to-Use Mail Merge
Import names, addresses and other data in just a few quick steps. Ideal for mass mailing, invitations, branded mailings, holiday address labels and more.
|White||Clear||Specialty Sizes and Shapes||Weatherproof||High Visibility||Repositionable|
|Avery Shipping & Addressing Labels|
|Create professional address labels quickly and easily.||Labels virtually disappear on colored and textured surfaces.||Add a special touch to envelopes with uniquely shaped labels.||Make sure addresses stick and stay put with these durable labels.||Make your messages stand out with bright neon labels.||Remove and reapply with no damage to the label or envelope.|
|Green||Unique Materials||Mini Sheets||Thermal||Postage Meter & Pin Fed||Copiers|
|Avery Shipping & Addressing Labels|
|Labels and packaging are made of 100% recycled material and are processed chlorine-free.||Premium materials and textures and an elegant touch to envelopes and gifts.||When you only need a few labels, print just a few rather than an entire sheet.||Scratch- and water-resistant labels specially designed for use with select label printers.||Durable labels for select postage meters and continuous form printers.||Optimized for high-speed copiers, these labels can be easily customized.|
These WeatherProof Address Labels with TrueBlock technology are made of durable polyester to stand up against harsh weather and conditions.They resist moisture, scuffing, tearing and smudging. The Ultrahold Adhesive sticks to tough surfaces ensuring your label won't fall off your package. With TrueBlock technology, the labels completely cover everything underneath so you can reuse boxes, mailing tubes, envelopes and more. Compatible with laser printers, the labels are simple to customize with sharp, clear text using free templates and designs at avery.com/templates.
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I bought these to label bottles for water quality samples. Right now I use the Avery 2" x 4" shipping labels that are not weatherproof. They work well but we have to tape them to make them waterproof. We use two 2" x 6" tape strips to completely cover the label. This is an added expense and requires more time to prepare the bottles for sampling. I printed up one page of labels (10 individual labels) and put them on our sampling bottles. We use a color xerox laser printer for printing labels as we use color on our labels. I then threw the bottles into a cooler filled with ice and water and left them overnight to simulate how we hold our water samples.
I checked the labels the next day and they looked perfect. I rubbed my fingers over the labels to see if the ink or label would rub off and the labels look and felt like they did when I printed them out. The water looks to bead off the label like a vinyl sticker. I left the bottles in the cold water with the labels attached for the weekend and will check them out come Monday. I was very impressed though as I did not expect the labels to work so well as they are described as weatherproof.
The only issue I had was the labels arrived with some text on all the labels. It almost looked like a water mark of the Avery logo and some text. Amazon took care of the issue so I can not complain about it but just warn those to look at the labels before printing to see if they have any marks on them and if they do get Amazon to refund the purchase price.
I will update soon with my findings and with pictures but so far so good.
The labels survived 72 hours in the water with ease. I pulled the bottles out and while they were still wet I tried rubbing the ink off. I could not get the ink off at all. These are the real deal waterproof labels. I did try to remove the ink so I sprayed the labels with acetone and the ink after a few seconds of spraying started to come off. This was just to test the resistance to a known chemical. If you are using these labels around chemicals be mindful of that. I would say that these are the best labels I have used to date.
I used these for a gay pride parade, my student org passed out 400 water bottles with our and a couple other orgs' info. Printing, labels, and bottles (store brand) cost us less than 20 cents per bottle, YMMV. After riding around in a truck with ice a few hours from early morning to end of parade, then ending up in a plastic bag in my car for a week, we drank the leftovers for a few weeks (we don't drink a whole lot of disposable bottles), and my friend even carefully peeled one of the labels off to keep on her fridge! I printed them at the print shop at school, color laser. My only gripe was that it wasn't extremely obvious where to find the appropriate Microsoft Word template, but it took less than 10 minutes. Beware of printing errors, If you are inexperienced with printing on any more than regular copy paper I advise you to do the following:
Purchase at least 10% more labels than you think you need if you are printing many. Stuff happens. Next, talk to the printing people wherever you go, or do it yourself at home or office, and do a test print on regular paper. This is routine for printing on more expensive papers, along with checking color and proofreading, but they won't necessarily do it for you so always ask nicely for a proof with regular paper and with your actual paper you will use. Line up the sheet with your labels against a bright light or the sun and make sure everything looks good and is a good deal within the margins. Slight misalignment is normal, design your label accordingly and save as PDF with high quality option, embed fonts, etc., if available, to make sure that no matter where you go it prints the same. With Office program files, if you open it in a different program or computer sometimes the formatting or something changes. Print shops usually ask for PDF anyway.
Once you are ready, print 5 to 10 sheets at a time, or 1 to 3 at a time if it's less than 10. Keep an eye on your output. This paper can get some serious static electricity buildup which may or may not be the fault of the specific printer you are using or the paper may need special handling before loading. This happened at the print shop and several sheets came out clung together with printing crossing multiple sheets and colors were not aligned. Thankfully we only needed 400 out of the pack of 500 labels. The shop was nice and gave us some sheets of (normal paper) labels, printed and blank, and didn't charge for the ruined labels.
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