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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful.
Okay, but quirky printer.
By Jason W. Barron
First, these were designed to be UPS only (specifically for worldship) printers and as such setup for other uses can be a little tricky. Depending on who you buy them from, the seller will go out of their way to help (ours did). Our biggest complaint is that when turning on, or switching out label stock the unit will go through four to six labels to calibrate spacing. With the specific unit we have print quality is highly variable from label to label, and stock to stock. That may simply be due to age (ours was refurbished) we don't know. Overall, we would recommend getting one of these only if they are the only option in your budget range. All that said, if you have a lot of work to do, and have really good quality labels, it prints as fast as you can work, if not faster.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful.
inexpensive, yet chugs away
By Jean Eden
Yes, I had to buy a PC (versus Mac) to use Stamps website. And yes, Amazon does NOT support this printer format for printing labels if you sell stuff on Amazon and wish to buy postage off Amazon. And, yes, if one buys old 2005 labels (which I originally did), they won't print that great. But THAT IS NOT THE - PRINTER'S - FAULT!!!!!!!!
I bought this used printer from mistermoney, and it works just great. At about a hundred bucks, its a steal.
Sorry, mistermoney, for listening to my panic as I had no idea Amazon didn't support the printer format. I never bought a thermal printer before.
Though it was sold USED, it came looking NEW, including with plastic sheeting on the semi-see-through black top. Was packed well and shipped fast.
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We love this printer for our small business
By Amazon Customer
We love this printer for our small business!! It saves so much money in ink and prints so fast!! The labels that came with it however suck, they wouldn't stick to any corrugated box, which is the typical brown shipping box everyone uses. Thankfully our local UPS gave us a roll of labels.