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DYMO LW USPS Postage Stamp Labels for LabelWriter Label Printers, White, 1-5/8'' x 1-1/4'', 1 roll of 200 (30915) 1-Part Internet Postage
49.73 AED
  

DYMO LW USPS Postage Stamp Labels for LabelWriter Label Printers, White, 1-5/8'' x 1-1/4'', 1 roll of 200 (30915) 1-Part Internet Postage

by  DYMO, Printers -

49.73 AED 

+ 24.31 AED UAE Delivery
International Product from Amazon.com. Ships from and sold by Amazon Global Store US.
Brand
DYMO
Model Number
S0722480
Main Features:
  • For anyone who needs to ship envelopes and packages for online purchases. These labels work with DYMO Endicia, eBay and other PC postage providers.
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  • International products are sold from abroad and may differ from local products, including fit, age rating, and language of product, labeling, or instructions.
  • Local Customer Service and hassle free returns within 30 days.
  • Any warranty descriptions were intended for US purchasers. Warranty may not be valid in the UAE.
  • Import duties and taxes included at time of purchase.

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PRODUCT INFORMATION

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    Specifications

    Brand
    DYMO
    Model Number
    S0722480
    UPC-A
    071701990198
    Item EAN
    2724527435999
    ASIN
    B0006B2RLS
    Weight & Dimensions
    Weight & Dimensions
    DG
    DG
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    Description:

    DYMO LBL 1-PRT INT POST 110 LBL/ROLL 1PK

 

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  • Endicia recommended that I purchase my stamps directly from them through ...
    By James Hendrix Jr. on 02 December 2015

    I set up a free account with Endicia several years ago. Always bought my stamps on Amazon.com. But have had problems getting Dymo Stamps to accept the serial numbers, although they were genuine. Always had to call them and they always waved their magic want and things worked well until the next time. This time, Dymo Stamps balked before I finished a roll. So, I jumped through the hoop again. But, this time they wanted me to send them pictures of the front and back of a strip of the stamps. When they said it should work, it didn't, so another round of emails was needed to get it going. I have a new roll on the shelf that they have approved. But I have no confidence it will work with one or two email exchanges. When I griped about this, Endicia recommended that I purchase my stamps directly from them through the Dymo Stamps program, as that would automatically approve the roll without me having to enter the activation code. The ploy is obvious, but what counts is the price difference. So, here is what I found. Getting my stamps from Amazon.com with free Prime shipping costs $17.58 for a roll of 200 stamps. So, I am paying 8.8 cents per stamp for the convenience of printing stamps on demand. But, I have to jump through hoops to get them activated. Directly from Endicia, the price is $20.95 for 200 stamps, or 10.5 cents per stamp, an increase of 21% or 1.7 cents per stamp. I can't speak for you, but for me, the convenience of printing stamps on demand and not jumping through hoops is worth the premium. My volume is low, so it will not break the bank. Much as I cringe at giving in to shady marketing tactics, I'll purchase future stamp rolls directly through the Dymo Stamps program. The only other choice out there is Stamps.com. I tried them and gave it up because their software is clumsy and they will not print on my Dymo printers. I love my Dymo printers. They are rock solid and never need maintenance. Bottom line in marketing...people will pay anything for convenience. Yep!

    5 people found this review helpful

    Published on Amazon.com

  • Perfect for eBay Postage
    By Jess on 19 November 2015

    Works brilliantly with my 450 Twin Turbo for eBay postage. 99019 is long enough to avoid having information cut off. There is a slight learning curve for this; you have to select "Dymo 2 5/16- by- 7 1/2-Inch" in the eBay Shipping preferences to get this label to work, and then you have to manually select Dymo 99019 every time that you print the label. Nonetheless, these are very sticky labels, the printout is crisp, and I am pleased with the fact that I am able to affix professional-looking postage to my eBay packages.

    And, despite what a previous reviewer said, this label WILL print tracking information, provided that the correct settings are used in eBay's shipping manager. As always, it's important to read the instructions first. eBay's customer service is also more than happy to assist with postage issues.

    6 people found this review helpful

    Published on Amazon.com

  • Good labels but serious flaw with the new code system
    By Dan Sepke on 10 May 2013

    So this is my first roll of official labels to continue using the no fee Dymo Stamps system. As you may know starting in June of 2013 you will be required to purchase genuine stamps and enter a code from the retail packaging to activate your stamps software for 200 printouts.

    But there is a serious flaw in their system. First off the code is not clearly indicated on the package or an insert in the box. It is plain six digit code rubber stamped into the closing flap of the box with no other markings. To confirm if this was the code I called the customer assistance number from Dymo and asked for clarification. The CS rep told me that I had called the wrong company that I actually needed Endica customer support and that she could not help me. After transferring me the Endica rep confirmed that this simple rubber stamp was in fact the code.

    Now the real kicker is that these boxes are not sealed so any joe schmoe can pop open a box in Staples or Wal-mart write down the number and be on their way.

    Until Dymo fix this serious flaw in the way they are including the code I suggest buying these only from trusted online sources to ensure the code works.

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    Update

    I have finally used my account enough to trigger the request for the code and the rubber stamp mark is not the code. The code in fact appears on the back of each stamp label along one edge. I had to confirm this with a rep again, who this time did appear to be informed about the system design. Thankfully this is slightly less theft prone as a thief would need to open the inner bag to get the code. If you buy these instore somewhere be sure to check that the inner bag hasn't been opened and that the coil is still stickered shut.

    Sadly Dymo have thrown another wrench in the works in that they are now deactivating accounts that are not used for 90 days or more. This policy was introduced in November 2013 without any fanfare. So for users like myself who only occasionally use the free system you have two choices, print at least a 1 cent stamp once ever 90 days or have to call Dymo to reactivate your account. What a pain!

    13 people found this review helpful

    Published on Amazon.com

  • Exactly as Advertised.
    By Mark from LA on 23 November 2014

    I share in the frustration of the cost and inability to use standard labels. However, when you buy something, you expect to get what is advertised and if you do, and it works as expected, the product is worth 5 stars. I buy them because I love the convenience and am willing to pay a little extra to know that I have all the stamps I need at the house for a mailing of any size. If I wanted to pay less per mailing, I could sign up and pay monthly like $10/month and have that privilege. In the meantime, I use these. They are exactly as advertised.

    6 people found this review helpful

    Published on Amazon.com

  • It's really quite a shame.
    By Jc on 11 December 2018

    So you have to purchase these "Authentic" stamp label now instead of simply paying for the stamps directly- and it is quite a pain to active them. The quality is that of what you'd expect from DYMO, but their business logic is seriously flawed here. These things are always so marked up it becomes counter productive to print stamps at home- I purchased these during the lightening deals because otherwise I'd be paying way too much (which even with the lightening deal was absorbent). Over all Meh- I deal with it because I have to.

    Published on Amazon.com

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