A few weeks later than expected, stocks of the new Postal Scales from Dymo are now starting to arrive at the leading Dymo dealers though many of the smaller outfits are still having trouble getting stocks.
The packaging follows the new green/black squares branding.
Dymo has released it’s simplest to use electronic labeller yet. The new Dymo PnP connects to your PC or Mac via USB, but there is no software to install, no batteries to buy, and no need for another power supply cluttering up your office.
The Dymo Plug and Play uses an internal Li-Ion rechargable battery and is charged via the USB cable. When the device is switched on a label window pops up on your PC/MAC allowing you print straight away. The software is based on the labeller rather than PC, so you can just plug it in to any machine and start printing without having to install the software from a CD or network share. Just Plug and Play. It’s that simple!
Further more, you can use any of the fonts on your PC rather than being restricted to a few default fonts as with most labellers.
Dymo have extended their cashback offer to the LabelWriter 450 DUO label printer. If you purchase one and 6 or more of any Labelwriter labels and any 5 or more Dymo D1 tapes between 1st January 2011 and 31st March 2011 you can claim £100 cashback from Dymo.
Considering that some internet based Dymo sites are selling the DUO’s for little over £100 anyway, you’re almost getting the labeller for free!
Dymo have a new offer on for their LabelWriter 450 (standard) address label printers. If you purchase one and 6 or more of any Labelwriter labels between 1st January 2011 and 31st March 2011 you can claim £50 cashback from Dymo.
Considering that some Dymo stores are selling the labelwriters for little over £50 anyway, you’re almost getting the labeller for free!
Dymo Corporation is launching it’s new range of Digital Postage Scales to the UK market in January 2011. In the US these were originally known under the well known Pelouze brand name, but in the UK that has been phased out in favour of the Dymo brand name.
The range includes 4 Postal Scales for letters and small parcels (upto a max of 10kg), and 4 shipping scales for larger packages (upto a max of 180kg). Most of the models are USB so can be plugged into your PC.
The shipping scales come with a detachable display so you can still read the weight when weighing a large box. See the picture of the Dymo S180 below:
Prices and availability are yet to be confirmed, but we should have details in a few days. It’s not yet known which channels these items will be available through, but they will be available first at Dymo Label Printers and also the new Dymo Scales website.