Staples: Dymo LabelWriter 450 Duo Label Maker $129 (Reg $269)

27 October 2011

LabelWriter 450 Duo

After fussing with making just a few address labels on my laser printer recently, I thought, “there must be a better way to do this”. This machine just might be it. At $140 off - now $129 it won't break the piggy bank either.

The LabelWriter 450 has some clear advantages over my printer:

  • It prints one (or more) labels without wasting paper and dealing with the layout hassle of multiple labels on one sheet
  • It prints the more permanent plastic sticky labels (Dymo refers to theirs as “D1 plastic labels”)
  • It uses thermal printing technology, so you don’t need to buy ink or toner

You do have to use Dymo’s labels though, perhaps off-setting your savings on ink or toner, depending on the kind of jobs you need to print.

Included in the box is a starter roll of address labels and a D1 cassette.

This price is good until the 1st of November and shipping is free.

TOPICS:   Computers   Back to school


  • wez
    I may have mentioned this before but they make there money on the labels. Kinda like printers make there money on ink.
  • Rebs
    You can use other labels in these printers - Grand and Toy sells their own brand in many sizes. Avery does as well - just search for thermal labels. I only use the Dymo for specialty labels that G&T doesn't have.

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