|Item Weight||2.1 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||11.1 x 8.6 x 0.9 inches|
|Manufacturer Part Number||fullsheet|
DigiOrange Premium Full Sheet Labels 100 White Laser & Inkjet Labels (100 labels)
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- Works well with online postage and postage software
- Cheap low cost alternative to name brand labels
- Premium Quality
- Inkjet/Laser printer compatable
- Not Glossy and do not curl!!!
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Our Shipping labels work on laser and inkjet printers. Our blank Shipping Labels work with all popular label software programs and label templates and are excellent for your carton shipments, bar coding and other shipping label uses. 1 label per sheet. You will receive 100 sheets, total 100 labels. Sheet are letter size (8.5 x 11")
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Top Customer Reviews
Update on 12/7/12
I reordered these labels as I was super happy with them from the first order, they have changed some things, all to the good! The labels now have the DigiOrange name printed on the back of them, so you can tell which side is the back, they are also now split on the back in two places, so they are super easy to peel the back off of now (I never used that before, but it will help for those that need it). If you were hesitant to buy these before because of these two issues, don't worry any more. One other thing they did, before the labels were just wrapped in cellophane which caused them to be able to bend if not put into something sturdier. They now have a wrap around cardboard box. It is not heavy duty but definately keeps the product from bending and falling over.
Update on 6/9/14
Purchased these again. They are back to the backing not having any splits on them to help with peeling. This is not a big deal for what I need, as I am peeling off the whole backing anyways, but now the labels seem thinner. I compared some of the old I have with the new and just don't feel the same. I have not had any ink smearing problems yet and they still work good, just not as good as the second set of labels I purchased.
1. The pages are quite a bit thinner and transparent than the Avery version. This results in some bleed through from the surface underneath (which to some extent is dependent on the color differences and brightness of those two surfaces). Avery does advertise that they have the "Tru Block" technology, and these papers certainly do not.
2. Because of the thinness of the pages, they curl up pretty quickly when you peel the back's off. I had one curl all the way over on itself. This also created more difficult alignment on the envelopes I was fastening these too. Because it is curling on itself so heavily, it is difficult to match the straight edges up perfectly.
3. Removing the backing takes significantly longer on these. Part of it seems to be the thickness of the paper, another part seems to be that the cut parts on the backing are not cut all the way through to some of the edges. I would say it takes me about 2-3 times as long to remove the backing with these compared to the Avery equivalents. This was determined with exact same prints side by side comparison.
4. Prints look as good at the Avery as far as I can see, and if you don't have a dark background you are pasting a light sticker on, you should be ok with any bleed issues.
5. Stick seems equivalent to Avery. I have not tested over time, but in sticking them on bubble envelopes side by side, they both seem to stick about the same
All things considered, I like this pricing more than I like or need the efficiency and thickness that going with the Avery's would provide. If you have hundreds of these to do though or need to put them over dark backgrounds or previous labels that you don't want people to see, the Avery's are the way to go in my experience.
I will update if I get any kickbacks from my mailings by the post office or from clients.