|Item Weight||2.4 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||11 x 1 x 9 inches|
|Item model number||8.5"x5.5"-200|
|Number of Items||1|
|Manufacturer Part Number||8.5"x5.5"-200|
MFLABEL Half Sheet Self Adhesive Shipping Labels for Laser & Inkjet Printers, 200 Count
|Sale:||$7.99 & FREE Shipping on orders over $25. Details|
|You Save:||$5.00 (38%)|
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- 100 sheets=200 labels, 12pcs 2"x3" fragile stickers
- Compatible with laser/ Inkjet printer
- Strong adhesive to corrugated boxes and envelopes
- With premium raw material
- Minimum application temperature: 50℉; Service temperature range: -59℉~+149℉
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3. The half sheet thermal transfer mailing labels are very adhesive on boxes and envelopes.
4. MFLABEL Company is factory direct sell. Our labels are all with competitive price and premium quality.
5. We can accept custom all kinds of barcode shipping mailing labels.
6. If you have problem on the printer setup or label use, please contact us via Amazon message. We will give you a suggestion.
Top customer reviews
One review stated that these used to be really good quality but, weren’t anymore. I wasn’t so sure about that and it made me a little apprehensive to buy. I’m glad I went ahead and did it. I don’t know what these could have been before but I think they are great. My packaging labels print on them fantastically without any issues. You just pull off the sticker and slap it on your package and you are done. This has saved me so much time and I am so thankful.
I believe these are great quality labels. They aren’t cardstock of anything but a little thicker than a normal piece of paper. I have had a few rip when pulling it off the back paper but this was my own fault. If you start at the corner and rip quickly you will tear it but if you go slow to a medium pace you will have no issue.
These are great and once I start running low I will be back for more!!
The reason I marked them down one star is because you can't easily tell the difference between the back and the front of these.. I cut them in half, so I only use one label for each shipment (otherwise, the usps printing program will use the 2nd label for shipping info automatically). Once you've cut them in half, it's very difficult to tell which side is the label side and which is the backing side.. I go through and make a little mark on the back side before cutting them so I can tell. Otherwise, I was printing the labels on the back side half the time. That is my only complaint. I wish the backside had a watermark or something on it so it would be easier to know which way to stick them in the printer.
But other than that, they have worked great and cost much less than buying these labels from the post office.
I WILL NOT BUY THESE AGAIN
To fix it all i did was use the other blank label as a base then fit my printed stamp on top (still cheaper then the avery trublock).
As for printing I had no problems the ink was readable and great i think it depends on your printer, i have an epson with quick dry no smear ink. I havent had to reprint or have usps return a package because it is unreadable
I ship everyday about 100 packages a week and have had no problems this is my goto i just ordered 500 more
I recommend this product if your looking to cut cost.
If your a heavy shipper then you should upgrade your printer and you will be fine if you ship less than 10 packages a week then get the avery trueblock and keep your cheap printer you will do fine. Just use common sense
Most recent customer reviews
Sticks well to packages, as I had that issue with others.Read more