|Item Weight||3.5 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||10.9 x 5.9 x 6 inches|
|California residents||Click here for Proposition 65 warning|
|Item model number||1752265|
|Number of Items||1|
|Manufacturer Part Number||1752265|
|National Stock Number||7025-01-603-9958|
DYMO LabelWriter 450 Turbo Thermal Label Printer (1752265)
|Price:||$69.79 & FREE Shipping. Details|
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- Create and print up to 71 address, shipping, file folder and barcode labels, name badges and more per minute.
- Use included DYMO Stamps software to print USPS-approved postage directly from your desktop - without fees, contracts or monthly commitments.
- Prints on easy-peel, split-back D1 tape (1/4-, 3/8-, or 1/2-inch sizes). Thermal printing creates labels with no ink or toner.
- Connect to PC or Mac, and you're ready to print labels right from Word, Excel, Outlook, QuickBooks and other programs.
- Works with Windows XP, Windows Vista (32-bit, 64-bit), Windows 7 or Mac OS v10.4 or later; USB connected.
Create custom labels quickly and easily with DYMO labelers and compatible tapes. DYMO labelers can be used with a variety of white and color tapes so you can create sharp and easy-to-read labels. Find your DYMO label today. Shop now
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From the Manufacturer
DYMO offers a complete range of products for the office, warehouse, work site, home and even the classroom. From simple embossers, manual label makers and desktop products to industrial portables, computer-connected products and cutting-edge software and online service, DYMO is here to simplify your tasks while helping you to look more professional.
From its initial beginnings in 1958 as an embossing company, DYMO has grown into a company with global reach. Today, DYMO product lines include labels, label makers, contact management software, business card scanning solutions and mailing and shipping scales.
DYMO LabelWriter 450 Turbo Label Printer
Label Faster, Mail Smarter
The LabelWriter 450 Turbo rapidly handles all of your labelling and filing needs and nimbly prints postage. Printing 4-line address labels at an impressive 71 labels per minute, the LabelWriter 450 Turbo label printer saves you a lot of time. It connects directly to your PC or Mac, making it easy to print customised graphics, barcodes, address labels and more. You can even print directly from popular programs including Microsoft Word and the Mac Address Book. Plus, thermal printing technology eliminates the cost of ink and toner while the label printer’s sleek, compact design makes it a great addition to every workplace.
- Thermal printing technology cuts costs - no ink or toner needed
- Prints crystal-clear barcodes and graphics
- Create customised labels directly from your PC or Mac with DYMO Label software
- Compatible with Windows 7 or later and Mac OS X v10.8 or later
Fast, Reliable Printing
From making quick work of label printing to creating crisply defined graphics and barcodes, the LabelWriter 450 Turbo label maker takes care of all your labelling needs.
Never Buy Ink Again
Thermal printing technology means that you never need to waste money on expensive ink or toner.
Create Customised Labels
Save time and print customised labels directly from popular programs like Microsoft Word and Mac Address Book.
Simple, Speedy Labelling
Prints 4-line standard address labels at up to 71 labels per minute. Plus, the included DYMO Label software allows you to create customised file folder, address and barcode labels.
Easy-to-load label rolls eliminate the frustration of manually feeding label sheets into a standard printer.
|DYMO LabelWriter 450||DYMO LabelWriter 450 Turbo||DYMO LabelWriter 450 Twin Turbo||DYMO LabelWriter 450 Duo||DYMO LabelWriter 4XL|
|Suggested Applications||Shipping and Mailing Labels, Asset Identification, Barcoding, Files, Name Badges and Binders||Shipping and Mailing Labels, Asset Identification, Barcoding, Files, Name Badges and Binders||High-Volume Shipping and Mailing Labels, Asset Identification, Barcoding, Files, Name Badges and Binders||Shipping and Mailing Labels, Speciality, Asset Identification, Barcoding, Files and Binders, Home Organisation, Name Badges and Industrial||High-Volume Mailing, Shipping, Speciality, Asset Identification, Barcoding, Files and Binders|
|PC and Mac Connectivity||✓||✓||✓||✓||✓|
|Print Speed (4-Line Standard Address)||51 labels per minute||71 labels per minute||71 labels per minute||71 labels per minute||53 labels per minute|
|Prints Wide Format and from Popular Shipping/Selling Platforms||✓|
|Prints Barcodes (Print Resolution DPI: 600x300)||✓||✓||✓||✓||✓|
|Dual-Roll Capability (Same or Different Sizes)||✓||✓|
|Prints D1 Plastic and IND Industrial Labels||✓|
|Prints Die Cut Paper LW Label Rolls||✓||✓||✓||✓||✓|
Top Customer Reviews
Now all of the sudden they're requiring users to purchase their overpriced "genuine" labels.
I've used the generic as well as genuine and they all work fine. Genuine cost many times more than generic which they'll now not permit.
I'm left with rolls and rolls and they want me to pay $10/mo to print using the ones that aren't genuine.
Company made huge marketing mistake. AVOID AT ALL COSTS
The Dymo/Endica software change currently going into effect makes the Dymo Printable Postage software require an activation code to print postage. This is an outrageous change because the only way to get an activation code is to purchase a new roll of Dymo/Endica stamp labels thereby precluding people from using 3d party labels. When I bought the printer there was no mention of such restrictions, now if I want to use my printer for the functions that were advertised at the time of purchase, I have to jump through Dymo's hoops and pay them a monopoly price for labels. I've used all kinds of labels in this machine, Dymo's and 3d party labels. All of them have worked equally well. I think it is outrageous that they are holding the stamp printing function hostage by forcing people to buy their products. I freely concede that this would not be outrageous behavior by Dymo/Endica if they had always had this requirement and all purchasers spent their money knowing that this was how things were going to work. It is, however, morally wrong to make a unilateral retroactive change to the deal their customers agreed to by purchasing their products. With this change, Dymo/Endica is killing all the goodwill they built up by having nice products and alienating their formerly fanatical customers.
If you do, you will not be eligible for the 2 yr warranty. A repair would cost $75 -- more than the cost of the unit.
I finally got it to work, although when I initially tried to get the label spool around it, it sucked it in and clogged. Took a call to support to figure out how to fix. In the meanwhile, there's a black plastic tab that is supposed to move down the roller on the bottom. Well, the tab is very weak and er, was damaged. With the tab damaged, you can't actually fit the faceplate on, so for a while it was operating without the faceplate.
Finally got it sorted out by forcing it back into position. Shoddy engineering though to make that lever so weak.
As for the value proposition, it's lousy.
I got it basically after trying out stamps.com. Stamps.com charges $16/mo to print USPS postage, and so I figured that a one-time investment of $60 would be a winner b/c I could just print out USPS postage from it for no monthly fee.
I can sorta do that. I can print out USPS postage for packages up to 13 oz. To do so I need to use special stamp rolls which cost additional, plus I have to pay the full cost of the stamp. So it doesn't really save money. A pack of 200 stamps costs $16, which is pretty high.
But I want it to print out package shipping labels for larger packages. To gain this ability, you are charged $9.99 a month. In other words, ZERO savings over Stamps.com
And the large labels aren't included in the beginner package. The larger 4x2.5 labels cost $15 for one roll of 300. That's fairly expensive for what is basically a roll of stickers. Shouldn't be more than $5.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I have been buying these for years now and haven't had any issues with them. The postage capabilities of these label writers make them indispensable for any SOHO you may have.Published 23 hours ago by Jason Scholz
I opened the box, followed the installation instructions, and was printing perfect labels within 30 minutes. I'm using this printer on a Mac with OS10.5. Read morePublished 2 days ago by Thomas Evans
Excellent little powerhouse printer. Speedy and clean labels. Very easy to set up and use. Huge time saver!Published 3 days ago by Amazon Customer
Great printer. Already printed 100s of labels. Its my first thermal printer too so its soo cool to watch!Published 3 days ago by Jollygreen