David M - 04/15/2019
I print out hundreds or thousands of mailing labels per month via Endicia and these labels work perfectly. No issues beyond one or two small jamming issues with the roll runs out. But about 1-2 minutes of pulling the label out manually always fixes it. These have no problems adhering to boxes, cardboard tubes or poly bags (I'm always shipping in one of those). A much much better deal than the "official" labels. Get these.
Charles S - 03/24/2019
Works like name brand at a fraction of the cost
Stephanie I - 01/03/2019
The label themselves are great as far as printing; however, I did notice one morning when I looked at my outgoing mail that had been prepared the evening before that all the labels were coming loose on both poly bags and regular paper padded mailers. It was especially bad on the poly mailers. I love the bargain of the price but do not want my labels falling off after leaving my shop. I already have enough problems with the postal service as it is. Unsure if I will order again just because of this and I have had the expense of taping all sides of the label down on the packages now.
Gardenia P - 12/29/2018
I've used other brands of "generic" labels and have been pleased with them. These are about the same price and I thought I'd give them a try. The print quality is fine. Unfortunately these seem to have a thicker backing paper that doesn't like to easily feed when installing a new roll. I've installed 6 rolls in the last 2 days and for each one I had to remove the lower front panel in order to get it to load. As soon as I back the front panel off just a little bit, it auto feeds right away. However it likes to push out 3 labels (waste) if you're in the middle of a print job. Next issue it how the paper is attached to the center roll. With other brands, once you get to the end the label's backing paper pulls off the roll, making it quick and easy to change. With these, the adhesive is too strong for the paper to pull off, which puts a bit of strain on the feed motor. Not good for longevity. Also, there is adhesive residue that would rub against the print head unless you cut the last label off to keep that from happening. Lastly, because the backing paper is either thicker or slightly stiffer, it holds its shape (wants to stay coiled). When I have to fold 90-150 of these labels to send out, that coiled memory is a pain the you know what. I won't say they're bad. If the choice was between these and Dymo's gold-plated label prices I'd probably stick with these. But since I can buy other brands that are much easier to handle and are the same price why bother?
Claus P - 12/09/2018
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