|Item Weight||5.6 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||6.9 x 8.3 x 4 inches|
|Item model number||12965|
|Number of Items||1|
|Manufacturer Part Number||12965|
DYMO Organizer Xpress Handheld Embossing Label Maker (12965)
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- Prints letters, numbers, and symbols so effortlessly, you'll wonder where the power is coming from.
- Soft-grip handle for comfort, convenience and performance. in your kitchen or office.
- Ideal for labeling duties in kitchens or offices.
- Enhanced tape-cutting feature makes the labels easy to load, cut, and remove.
- No batteries required. Please refer the User Guide before use.
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Prints letters, numbers, and symbols so effortlessly, you'll wonder where the power is coming from. Soft-grip handle for comfort, convenience and performance. in your kitchen or office. Ideal for labeling duties in kitchens or offices. Enhanced tape-cutting feature makes the labels easy to load, cut, and remove. No batteries required.
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When I saw the output from this DYMO, I thought I was mis-remembering what the output from this kind of label maker looked like. So I bought a ROTEX 880 for twenty one ninety nine (incl shipping) from eBay. I just received it, put tape in it (I used one of the extra rolls of black tape that came with the Dymo) and the output of the ROTEX 880 is exactly what I had hoped for. (See attached photo.)
The DYMO is a lightweight plastic thing. That wouldn't be a problem if it stamped a quality tape.
UPDATE: I first bought the xPress Pro, it works well, now I have the Office Mate II, it also works just fine, but with larger more square font!! See attatched photo, the real difference between the two models are $$ and font size. The one on the top "CELINE" is from office mate II, bottom label "dymo" is from exPress Pro. Because Office Mate has a tape advancing feed knob, so there is no "space" on the wheel.
One thing to note: the sticker doesn't stay great on glass, I ended up putting just a dot of super glue on the ends, but that may just be because I was using it on bottles holding oils and the residue could have kept it from adhering. Super glue fixed everything and was super simple. I stuck a few of the labels I practiced with to paper as well as a plastic binder, and both adhered perfectly.
A few tips- press down fully and hard for each letter so that they completely press into the sticker, otherwise you'll end up with a half formed letter like the "N" in the second picture. TBH one or two of these add to the charm of the vintage look for me, but be forewarned.
You make a space with the underscore button, and it makes a nice big space. I made the mistake of double spacing it on my first try because I thought a single space would be cramped, but you definitely don't need two.
Before cutting it off, add in a space at the end of your last word. You can trim the end if the space is too big, but if you don't the tape cuts off right at the edge of the last letter and you'll end up with uneven spacing at the front end and back end of your label.
I chose to get the Dynamo Xpress because of the size and font of the sticker- definitely go with this one if you want it to look more vintage/typewriter-y. Overall, it's lovely and perfect for organizing within in aesthetic.
A couple of tips based on the bad reviews I read:
-I found pressing down really hard on the clamp made the letters worse. Just squeeze the clamp until it clicks and the letters will come out fine.
-When cutting your label, i pressed down halfway first to get better spacing between the last letter and the end of the label, before clamping all the way down to cut the strip.