DYMO D1 Labeling Tape,NEON,2-Pack (1933238)-Labeling Tapes

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DYMO 1933238 Neon 2-Pack High End Permanent Self-Adhesive D1 Polyester Tape for Label Makers, 1/2 -inch, Black print on Neon, 20-Feet Cartridge Color: Assorted Neon Colors Size: 2-Pack Produced particularly for the Label Manager and Label Author Duo label makers, DYMO Neon D1 labels provide the performance and variety you'll need for to school. Neon D1 labels can be found in continuous label cassettes so that you can create sharp, easy-to-read labels of virtually any length. Label Manager 160 ( 1/4 `, ⅜", 1/2 ') Label Manager 210D ( 1/4 `, ⅜", 1/2 ') Label Manager 280 ( 1/4 `, ⅜", 1/2 ') Label Manager 360D ( 1/4 `, ⅜", 1/2 ', 3/4 ") Label Manager 420P ( 1/4 `, ⅜", 1/2 ', 3/4 ") LabelManager450D ( 1/4 `, ⅜", 1/2 ', 3/4 ", 1") Label Manager 500TS ( 1/4 `, ⅜", 1/2 ', 3/4 ", 1") Label Manager PnP ( 1/4 `, ⅜", 1/2 ') Label Manager Wireless PnP ( 1/4 `, ⅜", 1/2 ', 3/4 ", 1") Label Writer 450 Duo ( 1/4 `, ⅜", 1/2 ', 3/4 ", 1") Label Point

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Brand NameDYMO
Item Weight.8 ounces
Product Dimensions6.2 x 1.5 x 4 inches
Item model number1933238
ColorNeon
Number of Items1
Manufacturer Part Number1933238
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ASINB00Y4S5KPE
Customer Reviews 3.6 out of 5 starsSee all reviews 19 reviews 3.6 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank#4,133 in Office Products (See best players)
#57 at work Products > Office Supplies Online > Labels, Indexes & Stamps > Labeling Tapes
Shipping Weight.8 ounces (View shipping rates and guidelines)
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Date First AvailableMay 23, 2015
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Color Neon black/white (45013) Neon red/white
Dimensions 4.02 inches x 6.18 inches x 1.46 inches .5 inches x 3.5 inches x 2.5 inches 3.5 inches x 4.13 inches x 3.5 inches .62 inches x 3.5 inches x 2.5 inches
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful Cute for niche needs but mostly I’ll stick with the 23 foot cartridges
By Knits in Tardis VINE VOICE on June 29, 2015 Vine Customer Overview of Free Product This is because I’ve reached think that a lot of the price is incorporated in the actual hardware from the cartridge – both of these little colorful eco-friendly and pink rolls, at 10 ft each, really are a inadequate value only at that writing than the black on white-colored 23 feet rolls I’m accustomed to.
worse, with rolls I'd to handle a little bit of stickiness in the beginning, to ensure that letters stacked atop one another in fits and Begins. See my submitted customer image: it’s merely a couple of inches, but whenever you’ve compensated for ten ft in every color, losing half a feet in the beginning subjectively seems like a great deal. You will find, I’ve had which happen using the black on white-colored tapes now and again, but to possess both rolls stick around they did was unfortunate. Tightening the tape while using gear control helped just a little. I additionally needed to take out some period of tape using the eco-friendly to lick the problem, and in the two cases the tape was correctly held inside the guides.
Top Printing Quality resembles those of my buddy PT70, utilizing an OEM tape cartridge and in the Brother. In the two cases, there’s an annoyingly lengthy “margin” before and following the text, an issue that might be significantly less vexing when the cost-per-inch was lower. However these Dymo refills get it all around the Brother for easy taking out the paper backing in the sticky side, because the Dymos are split completely lower horizonally across the tape. Using the Brother, you’re fighting to pry up a large part from the cut label having a thumbnail, which just about inevitably results in touching the sticky part, and departing natural skin oils to affect adhesion. I needed to push lower the corner from the P-Touch label within the picture I required, three occasions, before it might completely follow the paper, and obviously that corner can always be susceptible to peeling. Point there for that Dymo. Comment Was this review useful for you? Yes No Delivering feedback... Appreciate your feedback.If the review is inappropriate, Please tell us. Sorry, we unsuccessful to record your election. Please try again 1 of 1 people found the following review helpful edited: Needed to waste 10% of both cartridges just to have it to give - it is a more prevalent problem, too - see review
By Grits VINE VOICE on This summer 4, 2015 Vine Customer Review of Free Product Both cartridges were apparently over-filled (I figured), and wouldn't feed the tape to print it. The device couldn't pull the tape from the cartridge for whatever reason. Eventually, after tugging lightly around the tape, I believed there is you win, and so i grabbed and pulled very difficult. Finally, the tape barely started to become pulled from inside, and after I'd wasted a foot of tape (a complete 10% from the entire roll), it had been loose enough the machine could feed it correctly. Next, printing was fine.
After I inspected the cartridges more carefully, I saw that within the cartridge is rather visible in one side, and there's clearly a lot of empty space within the tape area, therefore it is not dependent on being over-filled. They are only 10 feet tapes, whereas I presently possess a 23 feet black-on-white-colored cartridge which has the identical quantity of space within the cartridge for tape. Using the considerably longer tape, it really winds further within the empty space, departing less space in the center of the circular area that contains the rest of the tape. for reasons uknown, both of these cartridges possess the tape very tightly pressed facing the outdoors fringe of the circular area that contains the tape supply, and the inside end of the tape isn't loosely unwinding itself into the middle to give the tape some slack (enjoy it does using the 23 feet lengthy cartridge).
Main point here: if you possess the same issue from the machine attempting to print but nothing arrives, grab the colored portion (not the black character tape beneath it within the cartridge) and pull it as being hard as you've to, to have it began. Once you have pulled it far enough so that you can believe that it's feeding fairly easily, try re-installing the cartridge and it'll most likely work fine. Read more › Comment Was this review useful for you? Yes No Delivering feedback... Appreciate your feedback.If the review is inappropriate, Please tell us. Sorry, we unsuccessful to record your election. Please try again 1 of 1 people found the following review helpful Nice Tape but both reels were stuck and I had to waste some tape to get them un-stuck
By Joel Avrunin TOP 500 REVIEWER VINE VOICE on This summer 5, 2015 Vine Customer Overview of Free Product It was almost a very negative review, but I could decipher it. The Issue? Neither tape would enter my Dymo 500TS label author initially when i first got them. I have undergone numerous tape cartridges within my 500TS, but didn't have one not feed. I do not know why, but neither the eco-friendly nor the pink tapes would feed initially when i first installed them. I googled "500TS tape will not feed" and various combinations but found not good explanation. Finally I examined by good tape and discovered that I possibly could pull it easily with my fingers. both eco-friendly and pink tapes were difficult to pull. When I yanked in it a little harder, I acquired about 6" out and they began to be released simpler. I installed and voila - the tapes labored.
My only concern is which i spent such a long time looking to get the eco-friendly someone to work which i all messed up the black and white ribbon and It broke. It now feeds using the tape, and so i believe that cartridge is useless.
so overall? The tapes are wonderful shades of pink and Eco-friendly, but I was not happy to have to manually waste tape (and ruin one along the way). When you get these and have a similar problem, just carefully yank on the tape (don't turn the small inner wheel like Used to do - apparently , is just for that black and white tape and not the label tape - you may break it). Just feed out enough tape so it's easy and Then install.
So 3 stars - I'm not sure the were both stuck, but You've now learned what to complete if they're!Comment Was this review useful for you? Yes No Delivering feedback... Appreciate your feedback.If the review is inappropriate, Please tell us. Sorry, we unsuccessful to record your election. Please try again Work If You Want Flourescent Labels, But Some Bugs To Work Out
By Andy in Washington TOP 500 REVIEWER VINE VOICE on This summer 22, 2015 Vine Customer Overview of Free Product I personally use lots of labels within my workshop, and wanted to test these due to the neon colors. The colours were vibrant and were visible, but there have been another issues that limited the effectiveness of those.
=== The Good Stuff ===
* The vibrant neon colors labored great within my shop. They was out from the dull gray steel that produces the majority of my cabinets, and the writing demonstrated up crisp and bold (see below). Labels were built with a reasonable quantity of adhesive in it, although I more often than not laminate these kinds of labels with a decent thick grade of obvious tape to safeguard them.
* Of these two labels cartridges within the box, one labored fine within my labelwriter, another was problematic.
=== The Not-So-Good Stuff ===
* Among the label cartridges would be a problem right from the start. It simply didn't wish to feed properly, and my label text usually got garbled and mashed together. After concerning the 50% point, it began feeding all right, but basically had compensated with this cartridge, I could have been furious.
* When compared to white-colored labels, they are pretty costly. Unsure which i come with an application that actually demands that much cla of cost for additional visibility. you may.
* The 10' label length was a problem. That isn't really that much, particularly when you waste 1 / 2 of it simply looking to get labels to give.
=== Summary ===
In case you really need fluorescent labels, these did work fine. Paper quality was good, the adhesive labored fine, and they appeared like they'd endure, although I laminated mine like a precaution. In my use, the price could be somewhat prohibitive. The improper feeding was a disappointment, and I suppose Dymo will fix this moving forward.Comment Was this review useful for you? Yes No Delivering feedback... Appreciate your feedback.If the review is inappropriate, Please tell us. Sorry, we unsuccessful to record your election. Please try again See all 19
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